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Biden asks for $715 billion for Pentagon, holding defense spending essentially flat

Top-line discretionary request provides bigger boost for domestic spending

U.S. jobless claims up to 744K as virus still forces layoffs

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week to 744,000, signaling that many employers are still cutting jobs even as more people are vaccinated against COVID-19, consumers gain confidence and the government distributes aid throughout the economy.

Trump: Boycott ‘woke companies’ that oppose Georgia’s election reforms

Former president also complains Republicans didn't 'go further' in changing state law.

‘Dear Don Lemon, You’re not God’

The CNN host declares that 2,000 years of church teaching on sexual dignity, morality and about God is wrong

Biden, Yellen push to raise corporate taxes in U.S. and globally

President Biden on Monday defended his push to raise corporate taxes to pay for higher infrastructure spending, while Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen made the case for a global minimum tax that would prevent U.S. companies from moving overseas to avoid higher taxes at home.

‘Trojan horse’: Republicans say moderate Biden has ceded all control to radical left

The Democrats’ Trojan horse is inside the White House gates and wasting no time.

Vermont accused of discrimination for moving minorities to head of vaccine line

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott has come under fire for a newly announced statewide vaccination protocol moving minorities to the head of the line based solely on their race.

AOC scores near bottom on effectiveness study

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York has become one of the most recognizable figures in Washington, but she’s falling flat on the effectiveness scale.

Microsoft wins $22 billion Army contract to produce augmented-reality headsets for soldiers

The Army is moving forward with a cutting-edge program to give tens of thousands of service members augmented-reality headsets in a move that could transform how soldiers fight the wars of tomorrow.

Trump blasts Biden’s ‘ludicrous’ plans for massive tax increase: ‘Strategy for economic surrender’

Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday slammed President Biden‘s plans for a huge tax increase as a “classic globalist betrayal” of American workers that will result in U.S. jobs and factories moving to China and other countries.

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