A new poll showed that Biden's $4 trillion sweeping infrastructure plan drew two-thirds support among voters. Republicans are pushing to cut its size.
"For the good of the country, now is the time to step aside," an ad released by 13 progressive groups on Wednesday said.
"We don't have Trump being...a spokesperson for Putin any longer. We have a president who will stand up and defend American interests," Clinton said.
McCarthy called for Omar's removal from the House Foreign Affairs committee, adding to the GOP's latest attacks on the Minnesota lawmaker.
"There are words that I have said, remarks that I've made, that I know are offensive. And for that I want to apologize," Greene said.
"And you don't think it was a setup? Gimme a break," Lindell said in a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine.
Lindell has taken credit for the groundless prediction that Trump will be back in the White House in August. It appears he's pushing that timeline.
Nancy Pelosi signaled she is unwilling to strike a deal with Republicans if it means substantially cutting the size of the package.
"On a big infrastructure bill, to pass on climate altogether? No way," one top Democrat told Insider.
The cuts in Mississippi, Missouri, Alaska, and Iowa yanks aid from 340,000 workers. More GOP states are following suit in the next two months.
Trump claimed he has already turned down two book deals "from the most unlikely of publishers," but he stopped short of offering any specific details.
The easing of restrictions comes a month after the CDC announced that fully vaccinated individuals can stop wearing masks indoors.
The tentative deal faces a steep climb in both parties. Democrats want tax hikes, while Republicans are likely to balk at fresh spending.
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney told Insider a bipartisan group was weighing indexing the gas tax to inflation. The tax hasn't been raised since 1993.
Politics for the GOP is no longer about conservative ideology - it's about cancel culture.
Most Republicans (61%) do not believe the preposterous conspiracy theory that Trump will be reinstated this year, but nearly 30% say it's likely.
After talks collapsed with Republican Sen. Capito, Biden is turning to a new bipartisan working group that includes Joe Manchin and Mitt Romney.
Republicans have taken positions that "would be unrecognizable and unacceptable even five years ago," Obama told CNN's Anderson Cooper.
"I don't understand the point that you're making. I'm not discounting the importance of the border," Harris told NBC's Lester Holt.
In December, GOP state senators targeted at least three conservative-leaning counties asking if they would agree to a voluntary audit of their ballots.
Biden is seeking a corporate tax rate of 28% to pay for infrastructure, but he'd settle for major firms paying just 15%. That's too much for the GOP.
Fauci has been facing a wave of backlash from Republicans, including calls for his resignation, after his emails were released earlier this week.
Whenever Republicans are faced with a country moving left, they resort to desperate culture war antics.
The Speaker strategy was previously touted by Steve Bannon, who told a group of Boston Republicans that Trump should run for Congress in 2022.
Democracy experts are sounding the alarm as Republican-led legislatures nationwide take extraordinary steps to restrict voting.
The White House is shifting its tone on stimulus unemployment aid as the economy picks up more jobs and Republicans step up their attacks.
The White House said Biden's remarks didn't extend to federal programs aiding gig-workers and long-term unemployed people.
Psaki alluded to a cash benefit families can start tapping in July. The GOP has argued that federal aid is keeping unemployed people on the sidelines.
Biden also offered to cut the amount of new spending he's seeking to $1 trillion. Republicans have barely budged in the negotiations.
GOP states are pulling the plug on federal unemployment benefits in weeks. One top Democrat said he's eyeing a new plan for the government to step in.
The White House press secretary said the president's remarks were rather a "commentary" on cable TV punditry.
The ruling from the Senate parliamentarian could pose fresh hurdles for Democrats embarking on party-line votes without Republican support.
"No American should advocate or support the violent overthrow of the United States," the Republican lawmaker tweeted about Flynn.
Over 100 top scholars of democracy said recent Republican actions have called into question whether the US will "remain a democracy."
Candace Owens said the portraits were Photoshopped, despite Oswald being a former member of the military.
Austin Smith has argued that courts systematically misinterpreted the bankruptcy code in student lenders' favor. Now, he wants to change the law.
The step could provide coverage to 23 million Americans, but centrist Sen. Joe Manchin said he opposes enlarging Medicare access. It's unclear why.
The White House budget blueprint is focused on infrastructure plans already on the table, which include cash payments for parents and universal pre-K.
Former President Donald Trump quickly fired back at former Rep. Paul Ryan, calling him "a curse to the Republican Party."
With a cone in hand, Biden said he "couldn't imagine" why Republicans are opposed to a bipartisan commission to investigate the Capitol riot.
Biden pulled out a list of Republican lawmakers who are touting measures of his American Rescue Plan, even though they refused to support it.
Some Democrats are open to the possibility of redirecting stimulus money into other parts of the economy, such as broadband.
Gladys Sicknick visited Capitol Hill to urge Senate Republicans to support a commission that would investigate the deadly riot.
Americans who most trust right-wing media, including OAN, are 9 times more likely to believe in QAnon than those who most trust broadcast networks.
The latest plan is unlikely to satisfy the White House and Democrats, who are seeking robust new spending on healthcare and education.
The Labor Department has concluded it has limited authority to step in to keep aid flowing. Some unemployed workers feel they are being punished.
"One of the things I'm concerned about is that you get savaged by telling the truth," Santorum told Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Progressives are calling for Biden to abandon infrastructure talks with Republicans, arguing that plays for bipartisanship aren't taken seriously.
Domestic violence survivors have endured exacerbated states of financial abuse during the pandemic, with abusers pocketing stimulus checks and potentially child tax credits.
Greene is one of several Republican lawmakers who have openly defied the mask-wearing requirement on the House floor this week.
McCarthy voted against impeachment because instead he thought "a fact-finding commission and a censure resolution would be prudent."
"What is this, the honor system?" Pelosi said at a Thursday news conference. "Do you want them breathing in your face on the strength of their honor?"
"We have people scaling the Capitol, hitting the Capitol police with lead pipes across the head, and we can't get bipartisanship," Ryan shouted.
The Capitol physician said House members must continue wearing masks on the House floor until all members and floor staffers are fully vaccinated.
"Congress has the Asian American community's back," Rep. Grace Meng, who led the bill, said on Tuesday.
Democrats agreed to nearly all of the Republicans' demands about how the Jan. 6 commission would operate.
For that reason, Republicans most likely plan to focus not on President Joe Biden's shortcomings but on the so-called radical left, Politico reported.
Around 2.1 million people are set to lose some federal stimulus aid starting next month. Gig-workers and freelancers are poised to lose all of it.
The Treasury and the IRS said they would issue advance payments of the child tax credit in mid-July. It's set to reach most American kids.
When asked for an example, Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier mentioned The New York Times' 1619 project, which examines the legacy of slavery in the US.
The Biden administration is pushing ahead with $4 trillion in spending to overhaul the economy. But tough headlines in May are challenging that.
If Marjorie Taylor Greene and her husband are found to be violating Georgia state law, they could face a fine of $12,000, WSB-TV said.
The Heritage Action director said the group is quietly working on writing and passing the laws to "right the wrongs of November."
Fear of COVID-19, lack of childcare, eldercare responsibilities, and a competitive market are contributing to the hiring slump, economists told Insider.
"Predictably, he went speechless. I regret I wasn't more explicit," the California lawmaker said of the Friday incident.
One of Greene's associates in the video, Anthony Aguero, entered the Capitol with pro-Trump rioters on January 6.
Cheney voted with Trump's position 93% of the time, while Stefanik voted with Trump 78% of the time, but he still endorsed her to replace Cheney.
"I used to work as a bartender. These are the kinds of people that I threw out of bars all the time," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told reporters.
The Wyoming Republican said it was "really stunning" to see Rep. Kevin McCarthy visit former President Donald Trump a week after the Capitol riot.
Manchin cited the availability of vaccines in explaining his opposition to renewing federal jobless aid once it expires September 6.
The GOP "is in a place that we've got to bring it back from," Rep. Liz Cheney told reporters after she was removed from House Republican leadership.
Big firms like Chipotle are hiking pay and expanding incentives amid concerns of a labor shortage. Biden's policies could encourage others to follow.
McCarthy argued that Cheney's criticism of Trump and the GOP's election lies had become a distraction.
"I'm still in the height of my career," the 79-year-old senator, who's served since 1985, said in a recent interview.
McConnell didn't budge on his opposition to consider unwinding the 2017 Trump tax cuts, saying that step would not get GOP support.
Democrats and Republicans drew opposite conclusions from April's jobs report and about the way forward in healing an economy battered by the pandemic.
The business group claims the government is "paying people not to work," but many economists dispute this claim, pointing to some jobs gains.
The US has a "workforce shortage and we have raising inflation, both directly related to this recent bill that just passed," McConnell said.
McConnell says he's 100% focused on resisting the Biden administration, setting up a prolonged clash over Biden's $4 trillion spending plans.
"To imply that slavery is not an important part" of US history "fails to provide a true representation of the facts," a university official said.
State Sen. Andrew Brenner told The Columbus Dispatch he was indeed driving during the call but "wasn't distracted."
Republican leaders are campaigning for Rep. Elise Stefanik - a fierce Trump supporter - to replace Cheney, Punchbowl News reported.
Trump dubbed Stefanik "a new Republican star" after she aggressively defended him during his first impeachment trial.
Jen Psaki instead touted a remodeled child tax credit from Joe Biden's stimulus, a measure allowing up to $300 monthly cash payments for parents.
Yellen urged that additional steps be taken to fetch the revenue, which could be used to finance President Joe Biden's $4 trillion spending plan.
"I've had it with her. You know, I've lost confidence," McCarthy told Fox during off-air remarks, according to a tape reviewed by Axios.
CNN anchor Don Lemon said he was "furious" with Santorum's explanation and accused him of trying to "whitewash the whitewash that he whitewashed."
"Covid has now created a stormwave of support for government," Barney Frank says. Joe Biden argues "Trickle-down economics has never worked."
McConnell said there would be "zero" GOP support for Biden's $4.1 trillion spending plans, which include universal pre-K and cash payments.
The lawmakers urged Americans to join them "in choosing to get the vaccine so we can throw away our mask and live life as free as we did before."
Biden's new $1.8 trillion plan aims to save families $15,000 a year in childcare costs, but the Republican senator for Utah wants direct payments.
Trump said he is "100%" thinking about a 2024 presidential bid, telling Fox Business: "The polls show that everybody wants me to do it."
Vice President Kamala Harris spoke about racism in the United States on "Good Morning America" on Thursday.
"This whole thing could have just been an email," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy tweeted after the speech.
Sen. Tim Scott, the only Black Republican in the Senate, delivered the GOP response to President Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress.
President Joe Biden called for an ambitious pandemic economic recovery plan focused on jobs, infrastructure, and childcare.
It aims to flood federal money into childcare and education to make the lives of families easier. It would also extend monthly payments to parents.
Trump was not happy with his sudden shift out of the spotlight and took several weeks to adjust to post-White House life, a source told CNN.
The former first lady sometimes gets spa treatments twice a day at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and spends time with her son, sources told CNN.
The plan would extend cash payments for parents and set up universal pre-K and free community college for all - paid for with tax hikes on the rich.
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