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Biden's vaccine inertia and other commentary
Evidence suggests "vaccines really do work and that normal life is just a few hundred million shots away. How about a bit of urgency in ­administering them?" urges Oliver Wiseman at Spectator USA.
The Cynical Republican Tack on the COVID Relief Bill Could Work. It Wouldn't Be the First Time.
All indications are that the Republican congressional minorities are going to salute to the breeze and march directly over the cliff as regards the administration's attempts to ameliorate the effects of the pandemic.
Senate GOP pans Biden's COVID relief plan by taking aim at N.Y. bridge cash sought by Trump
Senate Republicans apparently aren't big fans of Donald Trump's government spending priorities.
Stimulus Check Update: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400
(CBS Detroit) - A $1,400 third stimulus check is currently working its way through Congress as part of a $1.9 trillion relief package.
White House asked if Neera Tanden offered to pull her OMB nomination
White House press secretary Jen Psaki ​continued to dance around questions about Neera Tanden's nomination to run the Office of Budget and Management Wednesday as reporters asked whether she has offered to pull her name from consideration after two Senate committees postponed a confirmation vote.
Biden names USPS board of governors nominees, as Democrats put pressure on DeJoy
President Biden on Wednesday nominated a former postal union lawyer, a vote-by-mail advocate, and a former deputy postmaster general to sit on the Postal Services' Board of Governors.
White House on defensive over 'kids in containers' as GOP, AOC cite hypocrisy
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday was forced to again fend off questions about how the Biden administration's detention camps for child immigrants differ from those that Democrats including President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris decried during the Trump administration.
'Get used to me': Trump-picked postmaster general defiant amid calls for removal over mail-in ballot flub
Louis DeJoy, the Republican mega-donor picked by former President Donald Trump to lead the U.S. Postal Service, told House Democrats on Wednesday they should "get used" to him despite mounting calls for his removal over an allegedly deliberate effort to sabotage his own agency.
Texas lawmakers meet with Biden, Harris to discuss semiconductor production
The Republican lawmakers met with the president and vice president to discuss recent developments involving semiconductor production.
CIA Nominee William Burns Talks Tough On China
President Biden's nominee to lead the CIA, William Burns, spent more than three decades as a diplomat.