Deb Haaland, Secretary of the Interior

The Interior Department seeks to update a federal regulation to support the economic develop of Tribes through the gaming industry.

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Denis McDonough, Secretary of Veterans Affairs

The VA Secretary said the “sacred obligation” of his department to U.S. veterans requires in-person work.

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Jerome Powell, Chairman, Federal Reserve

Chairman Jerome Powell said Federal Reserve officials may not have the confidence in the U.S. economy to cut interest rates in March.

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Tracy Stone-Manning, Director, Bureau of Land Management

The administration’s Bureau of Land Management is in the process of selling off America’s helium stockpile, which makes up 30 percent of the nation’s supply.

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Helena Fu, Director, Office of Critical and Emerging Technology, Department of Energy 

Helena Fu, the Department of Energy’s chief AI officer, said artificial intelligence presents a tremendous challenge and tremendous opportunity.

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Antony Blinken, Secretary of State

Secretary of State Blinken has been seeking to rally Middle Eastern countries to help clear a “pathway” for a Palestinian state.

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Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Press Secretary

The White Houe Press Secretary is urging voters to be patient when it comes to seeing the advantages of Bidenomics.

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Pete Buttigieg, Secretary of Transportation

Transportation Secretary Buttigieg said the goal for electric vehicles over internal combustion engines by the end of the decade is around 50/50.

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Danny Werfel, Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service

The Internal Revenue Service announced it would waive $1 billion in penalties for back taxes owed for nearly 5 million people, businesses and tax-exempt organizations.

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Michael Horowitz, Inspector General, Department of Justice

Justice Department Inspector General Horowitz is calling for written rules for “restraints“ after a federal prison inmate was placed in a cage for 21 hours.

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