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Top Lawmakers Reach Ukraine Aid Deal, Spend $1.5 Billion

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional leaders reached a bipartisan agreement Wednesday morning providing $13.6 billion to help Ukraine and its European allies and billions more fight the pandemic as part of a $1.5 trillion overdue measure funding federal agencies for the remainder of this year. Although only a tiny fraction of …

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Kiev warns of cyberattacks; Biden-Putin encounter discussed amid invasion fears

Live updates on the Russian-Ukrainian conflict: everything you need to know ahead of a summit World leaders are making another diplomatic push in hopes of preventing a Russian invasion of Ukraine, even as heavy shelling continues in eastern Ukraine. The White House has said President Joe Biden has agreed in …

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Winslow flooding project among White House social justice spending targets

This once bustling town in northern Arizona has a difficult relationship with the rain. Winslow needs it, but just a little can overwhelm a levee system that officials have been begging the federal government for years to fix. Local officials believe a push by the Biden administration to fund projects …

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Commonwealth Magazine

GOV. CHARLIE BAKER On Thursday, he outlined his plan to spend $9.5 billion in federal infrastructure funds, which the state is expected to receive over the next five years. Congress passed and President Joe Biden signed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act in November, which will distribute massive …

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Infographic: Military Capabilities of Russia and Ukraine | New infographics

The threat of conflict looms in Eastern Europe with more than 100,000 Russian troops massed along the border with Ukraine. The US military said on Monday it had put up to 8,500 troops on high alert, ready to deploy to Eastern Europe potentially at short notice if NATO activated a …

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Japan targets record defense spending in 2022 with 10th consecutive annual increase

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida speaks to the media at his official residence at the close of a Special Diet session in Tokyo, Japan, December 21, 2021. Yoshikazu Tsuno / Pool via REUTERS TOKYO – The government of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida approved record defense spending on Friday, with …

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Breaking News: Nation Knows How UP Empowers Women, Says Prime Minister Modi

Live Breaking News from December 21, 2021: Get the latest news, breaking news, latest updates, live news, top headlines, latest business news and top news of the day. Find quick updates on the latest news as soon as it is posted. Updated 21 Dec. 2021 14:22 IST Throughindustantimes.com, New Delhi …

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January 6: How the House Select Committee Finally Exposed Trump’s Empire of Lies

But it is the greatest and most subversive victory of the ex-president that his empire of lies will surely survive new revelations that lay bare his own abuses of power and the mocking deception of the voters of his political enablers and media. While there has already been a steady …

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Biden and Manchin will continue to talk about $ 1.75 trillion spending bill – Manchin spokesperson

WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 (Reuters) – US President Joe Biden and Senator Joe Manchin have had “a productive conversation” but will continue to speak as Democrats struggle to overcome stubborn differences over a $ 1.75 trillion spending budget dollars, a Manchin spokesperson said. The couple spoke on Monday as Biden tried …

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October Jobs Report: America Goes Back to Work

But economists are optimistic that the string of bad news will end with the October jobs report, which is due on Friday morning. This could be good news for President Joe Biden after voters sent a strong message this week about their disappointment with the US economy. Analysts polled by …

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Voters have the answer for Democrats on spending

Democrats in Congress are arguing with each other over whether to pass a massive spending bill, or just a big one. They should listen to the voters, who are leading the way. A new Morning Consult poll asked voters what they thought of the Democrats’ expanded child tax credit as …

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California pipeline closed after worst-case oil spill

A 13 square mile oil spill off the coast of Southern California forced authorities to close beaches and warn of an environmental disaster on Sunday, amid a previous plan produced by the operator of a offshore pipeline described such a situation as a “worst case” scenario. that could cause “substantial …

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Homeowners sue to block new moratorium on evictions

President Joe Biden may have avoided a flood of deportations and solved a growing political problem when his administration imposed a new temporary ban on evictions because of the COVID-19 crisis. But he has left his lawyers with legal arguments that even he acknowledges they might not hold up in …

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Lots of growth, not enough workers or supplies for the U.S. economy

Last month, employers added 559,000 jobs on top of the 278,000 in April. These would normally be considered fairly healthy numbers. Yet, against the backdrop of record job openings and spending consumers, forecasters expected many more hires. Some economists had envisioned the recovery from the pandemic recession resulting in monthly …

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DOJ seizes millions in ransom paid by Colonial Pipeline

The Justice Department announced on Monday that it had successfully seized millions of dollars in Colonial Pipeline cryptocurrency paid to cybercriminal group DarkSide following last month’s ransomware attack that led the pipeline to briefly shut down operations. , according to an unsealed seizure warrant Monday afternoon. “Earlier today, the Department …

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Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline enters critical month in June

June will be a critical month for Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 pipeline as the company resumes construction and opponents rally for large-scale protests and civil disobedience. Leading opponent Winona LaDuke, founder of Indigenous environmental group Honor the Earth, said she expects thousands from across the state and country to join …

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Biden doubles spending to prepare for hurricanes and storms

President Joe Biden Doubles US Emergency Spending to Help Communities Prepare for Hurricanes and Other Extreme Weather Events, While Launching New Effort at NASA to Better Understand and Track Climate Change Impacts Through MATTHEW DALY Associated Press May 24, 2021 at 5:16 pm • 3 min read Share on FacebookShare …

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