Twitter says Chinese government’s tweets denying ‘forced labor’ in Xinjiang don’t break its rules

Recent tweets by the Chinese communist regime denying that forced labor takes place in the Xinjiang province do not violate its rules — amid the ongoing debate about the tech…

Coming up on Friday, Jan. 15 edition of 'Special Report'

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Biden pledges bigger checks for Americans in new COVID aid package

Biden pledges bigger checks for Americans in new COVID aid package Continue Reading >>> Source link

Trump prepares for legal battle in final days at White House

Trump prepares for legal battle in final days at White House Continue Reading >>> Source link

AOC says Republicans only care about Trump ‘mob’ when it’s coming for them

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Thursday accused Republicans of neglecting what she characterizes as threats incited by President Trump unless they become the target.  “One thing that always astounds me is…

Should Senate proceed with impeachment or focus on Biden agenda?

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Biden labor secretary nominee Marty Walsh’s campaign paid his girlfriend’s employer nearly $1 million

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, President-elect Biden’s nominee for secretary of labor, paid his girlfriend’s fundraising consulting firm over $1 million, campaign filings show.  The payments account for more than half…

GOP Senator Murkowski undecided on conviction despite backing Trump impeachment

Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Thursday she is undecided on whether to convict President Trump on an impeachment count, despite asserting that that House lawmakers acted “appropriately” by approving the resolution In a statement, Murkowski, of…

Unprecedented security in Washington ahead of Biden swearing-in

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Biden DOJ Civil Rights pick stands by defense of controversial ex-Women’s March leader

Kristen Clarke, President-elect Joe Biden‘s choice to run the Justice Department‘s Civil Rights Division, is defending her decision to support a former leader of the Women’s March who was accused of anti-Semitism.…