Biden chooses dinner table politics over bipartisanship

WASHINGTON – With his first major legislative win on track to pass Congress early this week, President Joe Biden is already looking ahead to the next policy push on his Build Back Better agenda. His victory lap may be short-lived.  The expected passage of the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package may give

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Carville Outrageously Claims Republicans Think God Wants ‘Wealthy White People To Be First In Line To Get The Vaccine’

James Carville, the former lead strategist for Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign, disrespected Christian Republicans everywhere on Thursday when he outrageously claimed that their philosophy is that “God must surely want wealthy white people to be first in line to get the vaccine.” Carville said this in response to reports

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A Governor in Isolation: How Andrew Cuomo Lost His Grip on New York

Longtime advisers and allies have helped the governor navigate the series of crises and offered advice. They include two former top aides, Steven M. Cohen, the former secretary to the governor, and William Mulrow, another former secretary to the governor who now works at the private equity firm Blackstone; Melissa

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Cuomo faces fresh misconduct allegations from ex-New York aides

The office of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) was on Saturday facing fresh accusations of misconduct against his staff, including further allegations of inappropriate behavior against two more women. His office denies the claims. Driving the news: The Washington Post reported Cuomo allegedly embraced an aide when he led

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Pope visits Iraq’s war-ravaged north on last day of tour

IRBIL, Iraq (AP) — Pope Francis arrived in northern Iraq on Sunday, where he planned to pray in the ruins of churches damaged or destroyed by Islamic State extremists and celebrate an open-air Mass on the last day of the first-ever papal visit to the country. The Vatican hopes that

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Biden’s COVID stimulus bill passes Senate, legislation heads to House

WASHINGTON – The Democratic-controlled Senate Saturday overcame Republican roadblocks and a debate that lasted beyond 24 hours to pass President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package which would provide millions of Americans with $1,400 direct payments, billions of dollars for vaccine distribution, and funds to help reopen schools and colleges. The chamber

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