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Biden Agenda on The Line

October 22, 2021
Our panel dissects what’s included in Biden’s economic agenda and the voting rights battle

In Milwaukee, Biden Offers Reassurance, and Tries to Avoid Mention of ‘the Former Guy’

Annie Karni | The New York Times
February 17, 2021
In his first official trip away from Washington since taking office, President Biden on Tuesday offered reassurance to Americans about the availability of the coronavirus vaccines and optimism that his $1.9 trillion relief bill was the kind of ambitious plan that could restore the American economy.

Hell week bears down on Congress

| Politico
December 7, 2020
Washington could sew up a massive government funding deal, finally respond to the coronavirus surge and clinch a must-pass defense bill. Or it could all fall apart this week.

Trump raises more than $170 million appealing on false election claims

Josh Dawsey, Michelle Ye Hee Lee | The Washington Post
December 2, 2020
President Trump’s political operation has raised more than $170 million since Election Day, using a blizzard of misleading appeals about the election to shatter fundraising records set during the campaign, according to people with knowledge of the contributions.

As the holidays approach, demand for food soars in the U.S.

Lisa Desjardins | PBS NewsHour
November 25, 2020
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches millions of people are out of work and struggling to put food on the table. And as food insecurity soars across the nation due COVID-19, the hardest hit are often children and people of color.

Shutdown deadline nears as White House, Congress tangle over VA funding

Seung Min Kim, Jeff Stein | Washington Post
November 23, 2020
The Trump administration is injecting new demands into congressional negotiations over a government spending bill that threaten to sink the must-pass package, people familiar with the discussions said.

Federal Reserve raises interest rates for second time in a decade

Jim Tankersley | The Washington Post
December 15, 2016
The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday for the first time in a year and signaled that rates could continue to rise next year.