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The Los Angeles County board of supervisors is set to approve on Tuesday guaranteed taxpayer-funded income of up to $1,200 per month for certain low-income young adults, as more Democrat-led cities around the nation push for universal monthly aid ...
A cardinal who allegedly induced an underling to lie to prosecutors. Brokers and lawyers who pulled a fast one over the Vatican No. 2 to get him to approve a disastrous real estate deal. A self-styled intelligence analyst who bought Prada and ...
It was a steamy Friday two Augusts ago when Jason Whisler settled in for a working breakfast at the Coffee Ranch restaurant in the Texas Panhandle city of Borger. The most pressing agenda item for city officials like him that morning: planning ...
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that she would not bring a Senate infrastructure bill forward for a vote without adding other items from the Democrats' agenda, while senators pursue a bipartisan agreement on the legislation.
Some 160,000 people, including far-right activists and members of France's yellow vest movement, protested Saturday across the country against a bill requiring everyone to have a special virus pass to enter restaurants and mandating COVID-19 ...
Kaseya, the IT firm whose software was exploited to deliver the "REvil" ransomware strain to its customers this month, announced it has obtained a universal "decryptor" key that restores infected systems.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told congressional leaders Friday that the U.S. will reach its borrowing limit on Aug. 1, and Treasury officials will take "extraordinary measures" after that if Congress doesn't raise the ceiling and ...
House Democrats are trying to muscle their way into the infrastructure negotiations between President Biden and bipartisan senators, even going as far as threatening to scuttle the entire package.
 
 
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