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Joe Biden Calls for People to Stop Looking at ‘Spider-Man,’ – Video

“Saturday Night Live” returned with its first new show of 2022 with Joe Biden announcing a solution to the current COVID-19 pandemic: stop seeing “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” New cast member for the 2021-22 season James Austin Johnson appeared as the president during a press briefing in which he urged all Americans to see the…

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Joe Biden delivers the speech and the fire on the voting rights he should have brought last July

“I’m tired of being quiet!” President Joe Biden told a crowd at Atlanta University Center, which unites the city’s four historically Black universities, on Tuesday afternoon, in a speech that was supposed to represent Democrats’ new push for federal voting rights legislation. It raised the question: Who’s been keeping him quiet on voting rights? In…

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Biden will increase spending on bridges in his infrastructure drive

Please try another search Economy3 hours ago (Jan 14, 2022 08:30PM ET) © Reuters. Construction workers are seen at the site of a large public infrastructure reconstruction project of an elevated roadway and bridges in upper Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., April 22, 2021. REUTERS/Mike Segar WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden…

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Biden Announces Press Conference to Mark One Year After Gaining Office

January 14, 2022 2:00 PM ET President Joe Biden will hold a formal press conference at the White House on Wednesday, Jan. 19 — his first such event since March of 2021 — the White House announced Friday.Biden has held less than half as many press conferences in his first year in office as any…

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Biden is ending Trump’s war on green appliances, but not very soon

President Joe Biden’s Department of Energy continued reversing the Trump administration’s assault on energy efficiency standards this week by undoing rules that would have allowed certain models of dishwashers, clothes washers, and dryers to use unlimited water and energy.  Advocates for energy efficiency applauded the move but argued that the Biden administration has not been…

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Live news: Biden orders 500m more tests to combat Omicron surge

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Biden Administration to Provide 10 Million More Tests Per Month to Schools

Jan. 12, 2022 — The Biden administration announced on Wednesday that 10 million more COVID-19 tests will go to schools each month in an effort to reduce the spread of the virus and keep in-person classes going.About 5 million free rapid tests and 5 million free PCR tests will go to schools each month.“These additional…

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Biden Economic Advisor Claims U.S. in a “Uniquely Strong Economic Situation” Despite Record Inflation

National Economic Council Director Brian Deese speaks at a press briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., January 12, 2022. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) National Economic Council Director Brian Deese attempted to paint a rosy picture of the U.S. economy on Wednesday, on the same day the Labor Department announced inflation increased at the fastest rate…

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Biden misses the Senate’s point

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE ‘W ill you stand for democracy?” Joe Biden asks. That has the grammatical form of a question, but it is not really a question. The real question is, “Will you stand for gross majoritarianism?” And the answer should be, for all Americans, “No.” Not that the Democrats are even much interested in…

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Biden Was Too Slow to Push the Senate for Voting Rights

On Tuesday afternoon, President Joe Biden employed the bully pulpit—ostensibly one of the most powerful instruments in the executive toolbox—to press the Senate to pass voting rights legislation as soon as possible, in order to counteract a spate of measures that are either being enacted or considered in Republican-led states that may suppress voter turnout,…