June 13, 2021

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USA News

Bipartisan Group of Senators Reach Agreement on Infrastructure Deal

But the bipartisan group of senators are part of a broader coalition of moderates who have quietly met since Mr. Biden took office in an effort to explore avenues of compromise on a number of issues. Moderate Democrats in particular have been resistant to immediately bypassing the need for Republican votes on an infrastructure package, […]

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Politics News

‘Hell yes’: Clyburn to seek another term in 2022

None of the top House leaders — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) and Clyburn — have made plans to relinquish their positions, though Pelosi committed to two terms as speaker in 2018. While several Democrats have said they see a scenario in which all three hold on to power, others have […]

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Sports News

Washington minicamp takeaways: Position battles, Jonathan Allen’s contract, trash talk

Last season, due to injuries or coaches’ decisions, Washington didn’t have one legitimate position battle all training camp. This year promises to different, with competitions shaping up at backup quarterback (Taylor Heinicke, Kyle Allen), left guard (Wes Schweitzer, Ereck Flowers, Saahdiq Charles), free safety (Deshazor Everett, Bobby McCain, Jeremy Reaves), right tackle (Cornelius Lucas, Sam […]

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DeSantis Blasts ‘Critical Race Theory’ as ‘Toxic’ as Florida Bans It from Public Schools

Florida’s State Board of Education banned “critical race theory” (CRT) from public school classrooms Thursday, adopting new rules it said would shield schoolchildren from curricula that could “distort historical events.” Florida’s move was widely expected as a national debate intensifies about injecting racial issues into classrooms as the overriding force in U.S. history. Republican Gov. […]

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Politics News

Opinion | What Herbert Hoover Can Teach Joe Biden

Democratic President Harry Truman turned to the Republican Herbert Hoover because of his unmatched qualifications. Hoover, the only living former president at the time (a title he held for 20 years), left office unpopular. But he also had earned the nickname “The Great Humanitarian” for leading the Commission for Relief in Belgium to feed 10 […]

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