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Experts worry it's only a matter of time before Biden's environmental agenda collides with anti-government militias.
A former press aide says Cuomo embraced her in his hotel room after a work event and pulled her back to him as she tried to step away.
“If this isn’t public corruption, I don’t know what is," said Agricultural Commissioner Nikki Fried, referring to reported vaccine distribution by Gov. DeSantis.
Derek Chauvin, who pressed his knee against Floyd's neck last May, has been charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter over the incident.
Opposition leader Ousmane Sonko was arrested on Wednesday, sparking days of protests in Senegal.
The former president only likes some Republicans some of the time.
He kept Democrats united on a $1.9 trillion bill he called “one of the most progressive pieces of legislation — if not the most progressive — in decades.”
The big story isn't what Biden and Democratic leaders gave away. It's what they got and the boost it provides future efforts.
Millions of Americans would benefit from the provision in the Senate bill, which could become law as early as next week.