Month: May 2022

Boris Johnson beefs up Downing Street in wake of Partygate saga

LONDON — Boris Johnson moved to beef up his office at the expense of the U.K.’s Cabinet Office in the wake…

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A wild new court decision would blow up much of the government’s ability to operate

A wild new court decision would blow up much of the government’s ability to operate

Getty Images The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s decision in Jarkesy v. SEC would dismantle much…

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The messy, Democrat-on-Democrat fight over New York’s congressional map, explained

The messy, Democrat-on-Democrat fight over New York’s congressional map, explained

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, chair of the House Democrats’ campaign arm, has made the controversial decision to potentially challenge a…

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Nordic NATO bids — Commission half-time report — Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly

Listen on Spotify Apple Music Google Play EN_Google_Podcasts_Badge Created with Sketch. Stitcher Acast We unpack Sweden and Finland’s historic bids…

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“A lot of unnecessary loss of life”: The White House’s dire warning on Covid-19 funding

“A lot of unnecessary loss of life”: The White House’s dire warning on Covid-19 funding

White House Covid-19 response coordinator Ashish Jha urged Congress to approve pandemic funding ahead of possible fall and winter surges….

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Washington warns London: No trade deal if you mess with Brexit protocol

LONDON — The United States Congress “cannot and will not support a bilateral free trade agreement” with the U.K. if…

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Meghan McCain, Faildaughter

Meghan McCain is tough. Very tough. Also, has she mentioned that she has perspective? Lots of perspective. She knows how…

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<div>India Walton: The Buffalo Massacre Is Rooted in Segregation and Disinvestment</div>

India Walton: The Buffalo Massacre Is Rooted in Segregation and Disinvestment

The racist massacre in Buffalo didn’t come from nowhere. Jacobin spoke to India Walton, last year’s socialist mayoral candidate, about…

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<div>Nationalize Baby Formula Production</div>

Nationalize Baby Formula Production

Across the country, millions of parents are desperately searching for baby formula. Why are we letting the private sector alone…

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Biden wanted to prioritize China. 16 months later, he gets his shot.

Biden wanted to prioritize China. 16 months later, he gets his shot.

The pivot to Asia lives. Sixteen months after his inauguration, President Joe Biden will finally make his first trip to…

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5 challenges awaiting Biden on his Asia tour

5 challenges awaiting Biden on his Asia tour

President Joe Biden is headed to South Korea and Japan, but make no mistake — this week’s Asia trip is…

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Brexit tensions mean Brits won’t get EU science cash, Brussels warns

Brexit tensions mean Brits won’t get EU science cash, Brussels warns

BRUSSELS and LONDON — The European Union has confessed it is holding back funding for British scientists as punishment for…

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Olaf Scholz dismisses EU Parliament call to sanction Gerhard Schröder over Russia ties

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Thursday rejected a demand by the European Parliament to sanction Gerhard Schröder over his refusal…

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FDA refuses to tell Congress why infant formula response took months

FDA refuses to tell Congress why infant formula response took months

FDA Commissioner Robert Califf refused to answer questions from lawmakers Thursday about why it took the agency months to respond…

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Senate on track to approve NATO bids of Finland and Sweden

Senate on track to approve NATO bids of Finland and Sweden

GOP senators who opposed new Ukraine aid are eager to push back on Russian aggression in another way: supporting Finland’s…

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‘Nokiagate’ pits Dutch lawmakers against Mark Rutte in transparency debate

Mark Rutte’s old Nokia phone took center stage on Thursday during a parliamentary debate about the Dutch prime minister’s habit of deleting text…

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