Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm talks to Chuck Todd about ransomware attacks and infrastructure negotiations, during an interview with Meet the Press.
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"Family fireworks about to be ignited for our viewing entertainment," the longtime Trump fixer wrote.
(Bloomberg) -- Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III, the former Philippine president who oversaw the fastest period of growth since the 1970s and challenged China’s expansive territorial claims before a United Nations-backed tribunal, has died. He was 61.President Rodrigo Duterte, through his spokesman Harry Roque, sent condolences to Aquino’s family. “We are grateful for his contribution and services to the country,” he said.Aquino, who served as the nation’s president from 2010 to 2016, was rushed to a
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Fox NewsRepublican officials and right-wing media stars have lobbed withering and unrelenting criticism at Vice President Kamala Harris for not visiting the southern U.S. border after President Joe Biden tapped her to lead up the administration’s response to the migrant crisis.However, now that she announced that she plans to go to the border on Friday, many of those same conservatives are angry over her visit, calling it a “complete mistake” and complaining that she is not going to where they b
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Before dawn on June 22, 1941, Nazi Germany launched the largest invasion in the history of warfare and a battle that may have cost it the war.
Recent years have seen a dramatic re-engagement with Africa, especially the Nile Basin countries.
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Judiciary committee want to know if officials violated policies in issuing secret subpoenas against congressional Democrats The former attorney general Jeff Sessions, along with his successor William Barr, have denied knowledge of the subpoenas but congressional Democrats will examine their accuracy. Photograph: Dan Anderson/EPA Top Democrats in the House are investigating whether Trump justice department officials ran an unlawful shadow operation to target political enemies of the former presid
The takedowns come as world powers scramble to resurrect Tehran’s tattered 2015 nuclear deal.
American frustration over Canada’s still-shuttered frontier now has an additional cross-border irritant: the prospect of a new property tax.
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I want to thank Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Maryland U.S. Rep. Andy Harris for providing me with some clarity.
- The Week
Border Patrol chief who backed Trump's wall ousted
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Canada leads more than 40 countries in voicing concern over Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Tibet, sparking clash at UN A perimeter fence is constructed around what is officially known as a vocational skills education centre in Dabancheng in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters Canada has led more than 40 countries in expressing serious concerns over Beijing’s repressive actions in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Tibet, prompting a furious response from Beijing over Canada’
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Whether it’s the The Washington Post or British website The Guardian, here are six stories published this week.
A finalist for U.S. attorney in Boston is publicly trashing the city's former mayor — Labor Secretary Marty Walsh.Why it matters: Rachael Rollins’ approach is perpetuating scrutiny of a troubled Cabinet secretary and fellow Democrat — and hints at the independence she may exhibit if tapped for top federal prosecutor for the eastern half of Massachusetts.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeIt’s also testing the Biden communications s
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'Abundantly clear' Democrats never had a plan to pass election reform bill, former Obama aide says
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The Ever Given's owners have struck a deal with Egypt to free the ship months after it was seized, insurers say
The Ever Given is on the brink of being released, according to its insurers, who say its owners have made an agreement in principle with Egypt.
So far, the Biden administration hasn’t given into pleas to negotiate a new deal.
The former Philippine president known as "Noynoy" and scion of the Aquino family has died aged 61.
Turkmenistan's capital Ashgabat has been named the most expensive city to live in for expatriates but it's not for reasons you may think.
A court decision in a case regarding a Federal Housing Finance Agency director could open the door for President Joe Biden to replace Commissioner Andrew Saul.
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“Critical theory is an ideology that says the United States is rotten to its core. The leaders of this movement think our society is defined by white supremacy,” Hawley said.