Biden Student Debt Relief Plan Revoked In U.S. House Vote

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Ariana Figueroa, Florida Phoenix The U.S. House on Wednesday voted to overturn the Biden administration’s one-time student debt relief plan that is currently on hold awaiting a Supreme Court decision expected within weeks. Before the 218-203 vote on the resolution, the White House said President Joe Biden would veto it, arguing …

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Advocates Warn Abortion Pill Access Still at ‘Severe Risk’ Despite Supreme Court Reprieve

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Brett Wilkins, Common Dreams “Mifepristone remains safe, effective, and AVAILABLE.” However, access to medication abortion remains at “severe risk.” That was the message Friday from reproductive rights advocates after the United States Supreme Court temporarily blocked a ruling by a Texas federal judge that would effectively end access to abortion …

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Trump Says He Expects To Be Arrested Next Week


Former President Donald Trump has said in a social media post that he will be arrested on Tuesday, as a New York prosecutor eyes charges in a case examining hush money paid to women who alleged sexual encounters with him. Trump said in a post on his Truth Social network …

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White House Demands Chinese Owner Sell TikTok Or Risk US Ban


The Biden administration wants TikTok’s Chinese parent company to divest itself of the popular social media platform, or it could face a possible nationwide ban, TikTok confirmed to news outlets this week. The Wall Street Journal said the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS) had recently made the divestment …

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