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WASHINGTON -- Lead Top Capitol Hill negotiators sealed a deal Sunday on an almost US$1-trillion COVID-19 economic relief package, finally delivering long-overdue help to businesses and individuals and [...]
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 -- The U.S. Department of Transportation issued the following press release: The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) today released the "Hyperloop Standards Desk Review," sponsored by the Department's Non-Traditional and Emerging Transportation Technology (NETT) Council. This document serves to assess the status of hyperloop standard development; begin a dialogue for future hyperloop standardization efforts; and identify stakeholder perspectives on the applicability of existing standards to domestic testing and deployment...
Globe & Mail (Toronto, Canada). July 28, 2020, B1,B7.
Antitrust issue, Company legal issue, United States. Congress -- Investigations, United States. Congress -- Officials and employees, Antitrust law -- Investigations, High technology industry -- Officials and employees, and High technology industry -- Investigations
SAN JOSE, CALIF. -- Lead Four of Silicon Valley's most powerful executives are set to testify before a congressional antitrust inquiry Wednesday in a political showdown that marks [...]
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Lead If the 16-month-old Revolutionary War didn't give the British an inkling that the American colonies were unhappy, the Declaration of Independence certainly did. Drafted by a committee [...]
Bret Baier, Mike Emanuel, Byron York, William La J
Special Report with Bret Baier [Fox News] (USA), December 28, 2020 News; Domestic, 24pp
EMILY CAMPAGNO, FOX NEWS HOST: All right, guys, that's it for us. "SPECIAL REPORT" to you. Hi, Bret. BRET BAIER, FOX NEWS ANCHOR (on camera): Hi, Emily. I think that was Greg Gutfeld dancing there, thank you. Good evening. Welcome to watching, I'm Bret Baier. Breaking tonight, just moments ago, the House voted to give struggling Americans $2,000 checks to replace the $600 relief checks...
Mornings with Maria [Fox Business] (USA), December 31, 2020 News; Financial, 24pp
(COMMERCIAL BREAK) DAGEN MCDOWELL, FBN ANCHOR: Good Morning, I'm Dagen McDowell in for Maria Bartiromo. It's Thursday, December 31st, New Years Eve. Your top stories at 7:00 AM Eastern. The push for more stimulus, time running out for Congress to agree on $2,000 checks for Americans as they tried (ph) to put the focus on overriding President Trumps Defense Bill veto...
All Things Considered [NPR] (USA), January 1, 2021 All Things Considered, 4pp
AILSA CHANG: Buried in the $900 billion COVID relief package is Medicaid restoration for thousands of Pacific Islanders living in the U.S. People from the Federated States of Micronesia, Palau and the Marshall Islands qualify under a compact of free association. That compact allows citizens of those nations to legally reside here after the U.S...
Christine Romans, Phil Mattingly, Nick Paton Walsh
Early Start [CNN] (USA), December 31, 2020 News; International, 16pp
(COMMERCIAL BREAK) [05:30:49] CHRISTINE ROMANS, CNN ANCHOR: Good morning, this is EARLY START. I'm Christine Romans. It is 30 minutes past the hour on the last day of the year. At the end of a very challenging year, it is clear some of the hardships that marred 2020 will linger well into 2021...
Los Angeles Magazine. Sept, 2020, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p48, 6 p.
FOX News Network L.L.C., Republican Party (United States), Twitter (Online social network), Congressional candidates -- Political activity, Congressional candidates -- Political aspects, Cable television broadcasting industry -- Political aspects, Cable television broadcasting industry -- Political activity, Conspiracy theories -- Political aspects, Furniture industry -- Political aspects, Furniture industry -- Political activity, Political campaigns, and Electioneering
LATE LAST JUNE, a visitor scrolling through the Wayfair website noticed something curious. Several ordinary-looking cabinets featured were listed at rather lofty price tags. Further examination revealed that the cabinets--and [...]
The New Civil Liberties Alliance, a nonpartisan, nonprofit civil rights group, filed an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of United States v. Arthrex, Inc., et al. At issue in the consolidated set of cases is whether administrative patent judges (APJs) can be appointed by the U.S...
United States. Congress -- Political activity, United States. Government Accountability Office -- Political activity, Computational linguistics -- Political aspects, Natural language interfaces -- Political aspects, and Language processing -- Political aspects
It's no secret that the U.S. Congress has been dysfunctional for some time. The hallmarks of dysfunction will be familiar to anyone working within a large organization: * [...]
The Humanist. March-April, 2020, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p20, 4 p.
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On January 28, 2020, the testimony Of Rafida Bonya Ahmed, a humanist activist and author, was presented before the United States House of Representatives in a joint hearing on 'Ending [...]