Secretary Blinken Announces $2 Billion in Assistance for Ukraine

He made the announcement during a 2-day visit to Kyiv. Secretary of State Antony Blinken this week that the U.S. is processing a $2 billion arms deal for…

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FDIC Chair Appears Before House Committee

He accepted responsibility for the agency’s culture, which was revealed in a report. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Chair Martin Gruenberg testified before the House Financial Services Committee…

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President Signs Ban on Imports of Russian Uranium

12 percent of the uranium the U.S. uses for nuclear power as come from Russia. President Joe Biden signed a bipartisan bill from Congress this week that bans…

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Congressman Files an Impeachment Article Against President Biden

The president’s delay in sending aid to Israel is similar to the first impeachment trial of former President Trump. Representative Cory Mills of Florida filed an article of…

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TikTok Sues U.S. Government Over Upcoming Ban

The lawsuit claims the recently passed law allows Congress to “circumvent the First Amendment by invoking national security.“ TikTok filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government this week,…

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Group of Legislators Urges President to Secure Border with Executive Powers

The members of the House express concerns as they face reelection challenges. Fifteen members of the House minority party sent a letter to President Joe Biden urging him…

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House Passes Antisemitism Awareness Act

The measure would require the Department of Education to use a definition of antisemitism from the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. The House of Representatives passed legislation to address…

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FCC Proposes Fines for Pirate Radio Operators

The agency is heightening enforcement against unauthorized transmissions on AM and FM frequencies. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced proposed fines against seven pirate radio operators for…

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Senator Believes Congress May Need Short-Term FAA Extension

Amendment requests have slowed reauthorization proceedings. Senator John Thune of South Dakota stated that Congress may have to pass a short-term extension for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)…

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Group of Legislators Calls Out Columbia University Board of Trustees

Negotiations to disband protestors encamped on the campus have failed. A group of 21 members of the House, led by Representatives Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey and Dan…

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