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Steve February 13, 2021

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent Measures expand on goals and ideals of Black History Month WASHINGTON, DC — To kickoff Black History Month, U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03), Chair of the powerful Congressional Black Caucus, introduced three related pieces of legislation. Collectively, the resolutions formally recognize the important contributions, struggles and sacrifices […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Source: PoliticalWire February 13, 2021 at 10:27 am EST By Taegan Goddard The Senate voted 55 to 45 to allow the House impeachment managers to subpoena witnesses. The Republican senators who joined Democrats in approving witnesses: Susan Collins, Lindsey Graham, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse and Mitt Romney. Graham originally voted “no” but changed his vote […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Is it any surprise that Trump’s lawyers not only have zero substantive defense of him to offer, but also feel comfortable lying in front of Congress in the statements they DO choose to make? It shouldn’t be. As Nicolle Wallace puts it, “I think we were prepared for it, and it is very Trumpian in […]

Steve February 13, 2021

And so we come to what might be the final day of the impeachment trial…or not. House Lead Impeachment Manager Jamie Raskin has a choice to make: Does he call witnesses or just move to closing arguments? If the choice were up to me, I would absolutely call Senator Tommy Tuberville and Rep. Kevin McCarthy, […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial could conclude on Saturday, leaving a divided US Senate to decide whether the former president incited his supporters to attack the US Capitol on January 6 in a last-ditch effort to stay in power after his November election defeat. Trump is the first US president to be impeached twice and […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Democrats and Trump’s lawyers make their closing arguments as the Senate ponders an ‘incitement of insurrection’ charge. House Democrats and Donald Trump’s defence team will make their closing arguments on Saturday on Day 5 of Trump’s historic second impeachment trial. Following the closing arguments, senators, who are serving as jurors in the trial, are expected […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Usually when you minimize a program or app, it goes to the taskbar. This gives you quick access when you need to maximize it. But sometimes you don’t need a program cluttering up your taskbar when it just needs to run in the background, such as when you’re downloading files in your browser. That’s when […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Yes, I reviewed this phone already. Way back in July, I reviewed the Snapdragon 765G version of the LG Velvet, which was meant for international markets. Later, LG actually sent me the AT&T model, which was the same aside from the cellular bands. But more recently, MediaTek reached out and offered the T-Mobile model, and […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Published on Saturday, February 13, 2021 by America hasn’t stopped taxing its wealthiest citizens entirely. But that’s where we’re headed. According to a new IPS briefing paper, the richest .01 percent of Americans, about 33,000 lucky souls today, now pay just one-sixth of what they used to pay in tax, when measured as a percentage […]

Steve February 13, 2021

President Biden has announced an end to US support for a Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen. US President Joe Biden has no plans to call the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), the White House said. Biden said he intends to make human right a key issue in US-Saudi […]

Steve February 13, 2021

Mario Draghi heads unity government called on to confront Italy’s coronavirus crisis and economic slump. The Italian president has sworn in a former chief of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, as prime minister at the head of a unity government called on to confront the coronavirus crisis and economic slump. All but one of […]