|‘Time for Congress to Act’: Sanders, Scott Unveil Federal Minimum Wage Bill
“Raising the federal wage floor is the single most efficient, effective—and wildly popular—bipartisan tool we have to deliver economic stability to working people,” said one supporter of the legislation.
Inside McCarthy’s sudden warming to a Biden impeachment inquiry
Speaker Kevin McCarthy in recent weeks has heard similar advice from both a senior House Republican and an influential conservative lawyer: prioritize the impeachment of President Joe Biden over a member of his Cabinet.
President Biden Had The Perfect Response To Kevin McCarthy’s Impeachment Threat
President Biden was asked about Speaker McCarthy’s threat to impeach him, and the President didn’t feed the story. He just smiled and walked away.
Judge knocks down Biden’s asylum policy as illegal border crossings dip
U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar, an Obama appointee in Oakland, Calif., knocked down the restrictions as “arbitrary and capricious,” while staying his ruling for 14 days to give the Biden administration an opportunity to appeal.
‘Reptilian Humanoids?’ Erin Burnett Cannot Believe Who’s Receiving RFK Jr.’s Campaign Cash
A report by CNN KFile published on Tuesday cited the campaign’s Federal Election Commission filings, which show “numerous payments to individuals and groups whose ideologies differ significantly from traditional Democratic Party politics.”
Congressional Dems, Activists ‘Raise the Alarm’ About Medicare Advantage ‘Scam’
“It is time to call out so-called Medicare Advantage for what it is,” said Rep. Rosa DeLauro. “It’s private insurance that profits by denying coverage and using the name of Medicare to trick our seniors.”
Fox Insiders Shudder at Gutfeld’s Latest Holocaust Controversy: ‘Yikes’
The White House called Gutfeld’s comments ‘dangerous and extreme” while the Auschwitz Museum rebuked his observation about Holocaust survivors as an “oversimplification.”
Dept. of Education Opens Investigation Into Harvard’s Donor, Legacy Admissions Preferences
The Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights will investigate whether the University’s use of donor and legacy preferences in its undergraduate admissions practices discriminates on the basis of race.
Three dead in Greece wildfires as firefighters battle the flames
Two pilots were killed when their plane crashed on the island of Evia, east of Athens. TV footage showed it dropping water over a fire and then crashing into a hillside.
Former US Marine who was released by Russia in prisoner swap injured while fighting in Ukraine
Reed, who was released in a prisoner swap in April 2022, was transported to a hospital in Kyiv and was evacuated to Germany for medical care, the source said.
Triple-digit ocean temps in Florida could be a global record
A buoy in Manatee Bay, Florida, reported a preliminary high ocean temperature of 101.1 degrees Monday afternoon, according to meteorologists.
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