In a letter, FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock wrote that she’s concerned about “contacts between representatives from Biogen and FDA during the review process, including some that may have occurred outside of the formal correspondence process.”
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Retired US general says the Trump White House 'was complicit in the planning' of the January 6 insurrection
Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, a retired Army officer, was tasked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with reviewing the US Capitol's security after January 6.
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Watch: Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz Get Heckled off the Stage While Defending Capitol Rioters
Greene has been publicly harassing people she opposes for years. On Tuesday, the tables were turned
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AOC on Sinema blocking $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill: 'Good luck tanking your own party's investment'
The New York congresswoman criticized the key moderate for coming out against Senate Democrats' $3.5 trillion spending bill.
"You cannot watch this testimony and say that it’s not a big deal," the Fox News anchor said.
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The former president has been a member of Winged Foot, one of the country's top golf clubs and host of the 2020 U.S. Open, for more than 50 years.
Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) defended comments made during a House committee hearing in which he compared the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot to a "normal visit." The big picture: In a heated back-and-forth during a Rules Committee meeting on Tuesday, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), who sits on the select committee investigating the attack, pressed Clyde on whether he had watched the officers' testimony earlier in the day.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subsc
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“Nobody out in Olathe would know how to work with someone at 23rd and Van Brunt,” a state lawmaker in Kansas City said.
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On the eve of the first scheduled meeting of the House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 riot, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy made a last-ditch effort to seat the Republicans who House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected from the committee.
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Since Donald Trump won the 2016 election, his namesake company has appeared to be running in place. The Trump Organization hasn't opened a new property since its (now shuttered) Vancouver hotel in February 2017. Its biggest plans for expansion - two new lower-cost hotel chains aimed at Trump-friendly states - were canceled in 2019. Trump had left his adult sons Eric and Donald Jr. in charge, along with now-indicted executive Allen Weisselberg. They appeared to be simply trying to hold Trump's od
Many court watchers are still paying attention only to how liberal or conservative the justices are. But there’s another factor at work.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Justice Department in a court filing on Tuesday declined to defend Republican congressman Mo Brooks in a lawsuit that alleges he conspired to instigate the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Brooks had asked the Justice Department consider him covered by the Westfall Act, which protects federal employees from being sued for actions taken as part of their jobs, concerning the lawsuit brought by Democratic congressman Eric Swalwell. The Justice Department's filing could indicate it may not defend former President Donald Trump, who has also been sued by Swalwell for allegedly conspiring to incite the attack.
He kissed up to Trump only for the former president to endorse his rival.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says NYC Revival At Risk, Begs Private Sector To Force Office Return – “A 15% Decline Of People Coming Back Would Be Devastating”
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo fears a New York City revival will stall unless private sector employers require workers return to the office, and NYC actively addresses gun violence, homelessness and high taxes. In a wide-ranging online briefing hosted by public interest group ABNY (Association for a Better New York), Cuomo also said the state […]
After weeks of long nights and endless Zoom calls, a bipartisan group of senators finally reached a deal on "the major issues" in their $1.2 trillion "hard" infrastructure package, GOP senators involved in the talks announced Wednesday.Why it matters: It could be days before the group finishes writing the bill, but the Senate can begin debating the legislation in earnest now that they have resolved the outstanding issues. The bill needs 60 votes to advance in the Senate.Stay on top of the latest
A Capitol Police Officer Slammed His Fist on the Table While Addressing January 6-Denying Congressmen
Meanwhile, other officers' testimony suggested that what happened that day was not all random.
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The Democrats' Kamala Harris problem
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Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham mocked the harrowing police testimony about the Capitol riot with snickers and a 'best political performance' trophy
The Fox News hosts sneered at the police officers who had testified about being attacked and harassed during the insurrection.
The Justice Department's new memo reminded states that allowing ballots to be mishandled can violate federal law.
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Sinema said that while she supports the goals of the $3.5 trillion proposal, such as job growth for Americans, she does not back the price tag.
“I think you’ve been, with all due respect and I love you, gaslighting, changing the subject," Rivera told his fellow Fox News personality.