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Appeals Court Slows January 6 House Select Committee’s Effort To Access Trump White House Records

A federal appeals court on November 11 granted a short-term delay in the January 6 select committee’s access to former President Donald Trump’s White...

At COP 26 Conference, US and China Issue Joint Pledge To Slow Climate Change

The US and China jolted the United Nations climate summit here with a surprise announcement on November 10, pledging the two countries...

Fifth Circut Court Of Appeals Temporarily Blocks Biden Administration COVID Vaccine Mandate

A federal appeals court temporarily blocked President Joe Biden’s Covid vaccine and testing requirements for private businesses on November 6, just a day after...

Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Passes House of Representatives, To Be Signed Into Law By President Biden

The House of Representatives passed a more than $1 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill late on November 5, sending it to President Joe Biden’s desk in...

In A Bright Spot For The Democratic Party, Georgia Democratic Party Makes Gains In Municipal & Local Elections

Despite losses elsewhere in the country, the Democratic Party gained a net total of more than 40 seats in the local and municipal elections...

Democratic Governor Phil Murphy Narrowly Wins Re-Election In New Jersey

Democratic New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy narrowly fended off an election challenge from Republican former State Senator Jack Ciattarelli, returns showed on November 3,...

Republican Glenn Youngkin Wins Virginia Gubernatorial Election

Republican Glenn Youngkin defeated former Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe in Virginia's high-profile election on November 2 for governor, flipping control of a state...

Report: US Top General Secretly Called China Over Fears Donald Trump Could Spark War During His Final Days In Office

The top US general secretly called his Chinese counterpart twice over concerns then-President Donald Trump could spark a war with China as...

President Joe Biden Announces Sweeping Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate Covering Nearly 100 Million Americans

In his most forceful pandemic actions and words, President Joe Biden, on September 9 ordered sweeping new federal vaccine requirements for as...

In A Rare Bipartisan Vote, US Senate Passes $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

The Senate gave overwhelming bipartisan approval on August 11 to a $1 trillion infrastructure bill to rebuild the nation’s deteriorating roads and bridges and...

House of Representatives Passed Bill Establishing Independent Commission To Investigate January 6 Insurrection

The House of Representatives voted on May 19 to approve legislation to establish an independent commission to investigate the violent insurrection on January 6...

Iranian Presidential Elections Heats Up As Two Main Contenders Register

Two of the main contenders to become the next Iranian President, Iranian judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi and former parliament speaker Ali Larijani,...

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OurWeek In Politics (February 2, 2022-February 9, 2022)

Here are the main events that occurred in Politics this week 1. New York, New Jersey, & Several...

Supreme Court Upholds Alabama Challenge To Voting Rights Act

The Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, allowed a congressional map drawn by Alabama Republicans to remain in place on February 7, freezing a...

House of Representatives Passes Bill to Avert Temporary Government Shutdown

The US House of Representatives on February 8 approved legislation to fund federal government agencies through March 11 and avoid a chaotic shutdown of many...

New York, New Jersey, & Several Other States Rollback Mask Mandates, Other COVID Mandates as Omicron Surge Recedes

Governor Kathy Hochul will drop New York’s stringent indoor mask mandate on February 9, ending a requirement that businesses ask customers for...