Offshore Wind Project Near New Jersey Approved

200 wind turbines and two power facilities are expected to generate 2,800 megawatts. The Department of the Interior (DOI) recently announced its final approval for a new offshore…

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Department of Energy Seeks to Ease Gas Prices

The Department of Energy awarded oil sales contracts ahead of the summer and distributes 42 million gallons of gasoline to keep prices from surging. Recently, the Department of…

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Tropical Storm Beryl Knocks Out Texas Power

Earliest recorded as a Category 5 hurricane, Beryl weakens near land but still remains destructive. Tropical Storm Beryl slammed southeast Texas on Monday, flooding large swaths of land,…

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Congressman Questions President Biden’s Campaign Strategy

He highlights the president’s first debate performance and his campaign’s response. Representative Scott Peters of California raised questions about President Joe Biden’s campaign strategy and the response it…

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House Judiciary Chair Supports Supreme Court Decision on Presidential Immunity

He calls support of presidential immunity “democratic norms.” Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, chair of the House Judiciary Committee, expressed support for the Supreme Court’s decision regarding presidential…

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President Joe Biden

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House Committee Sues Attorney General for Biden Interview Audio Recordings

Majority members maintain the audio is needed to cross-reference the transcripts. The House Judiciary Committee filed a lawsuit to force Attorney General Merrick Garland to turn over the…

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President Biden Announces Overtime Extension for Salaried Workers

The White House states the executive action will apply to those making less than $43,888 a year. President Joe Biden announced an executive action that provides overtime to…

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Transportation Department Opens Airline Applications for New Daily DC Routes

Five additional daily flights are planned at Reagan National beginning in mid-July. The Department of Transportation (DOT) opened applications for five new daily flights at Reagan National Airport…

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Supreme Court Rules Plaintiffs Lack Standing in Federal Censorship Case

The court permits the president’s administration to continue communicating with social media outlets. The Supreme Court decided that communications from government agencies directing social media companies to remove…

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