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Congress moves to reclaim its war powers


Congress moves to reclaim its war powers
The Conversation
30 Jul 2021, 06:41 GMT+10
Whether this bill passes as is, or with significant changes, or not at all, its proposal signals an effort by lawmakers to reclaim power over military action and spending that Congress has gradually surrendered over decades. It also puts pressure on presidents to evaluate their foreign policy objectives more clearly, to determine whether military action is, in fact, appropriate and justified.
As I've demonstrated in my research, even though the 1973 War Powers Resolution attempted to constrain presidential power after the disasters of the Vietnam War, it contains many loopholes that presidents have exploited to act unilaterally. For example, it allows presidents to engage in military operations without congressional approval for up to 90 days.

"Biden, without authority cancel student loans"


July 30, 2021
Washington— House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sided with Charles E. Schumer, Senate Majority Leader, and other powerful Democrats Wednesday when she challenged President Biden’s authority cancel federal student loans. Post.
“People think that the president of the United States has the power to forgive debts. It doesn’t, ”Pelosi said during a press conference yesterday. “It can postpone, it can delay, but it doesn’t have that power. It must be an act by Congress.
Pelosi, which has been relatively silent on the issue debt cancellation, is now entering murky waters.
The House and Senate progressive Democrats have been pressuring Biden to write off federal student loan debt up to $50,000 as an act for financial relief. They claim that Biden could have the same legal authority as President Donald Trump to temporarily waive interest for federal student loans during the Pandemic. Biden has asked if he would be able to unilaterally make decisions on any of the $1.6 trillion worth federal debt Americans have.

US Defense Chief Seeks to Advance Ties with Vietnam


US Defense Chief Seeks to Advance Ties with Vietnam
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U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin with Vietnamese Defense Minister Phan Van Giang, left, inspects an honor guard in Hanoi, Vietnam, Thursday, July 29, 2021.
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U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin looked to improve military relations with Vietnam during talks Thursday. The two countries are slowly gaining closer ties as they watch China’s activities in the South China Sea with growing concern.
The closer security relations come more than 40 years after the Vietnam War ended in 1975. President Joe Biden's administration, however, has said there are limits to the relationship unless Hanoi makes progress on human rights.

Biden orders tough new vaccination rules for federal workers


Biden orders tough new vaccination rules for federal workers
Alexandra Jaffe And Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar
Associated Press
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President Joe Biden speaks about COVID-19 vaccine requirements for federal workers in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, July 29, 2021. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden on Thursday announced sweeping new pandemic requirements aimed at boosting vaccination rates for millions of federal workers and contractors as he lamented the “American tragedy” of rising-yet-preventable deaths among the unvaccinated.
Federal workers will be required to sign forms attesting they’ve been vaccinated against the coronavirus or else comply with new rules on mandatory masking, weekly testing, distancing and more. The strict new guidelines are aimed at increasing sluggish vaccination rates among the huge number of Americans who draw federal paychecks — and to set an example for private employers around the country.

Young Person's View: Young people better start reading newspapers


Young Person's View: Young people better start reading newspapers
From the column: "How can we be sure teenagers are grasping what's going on in the world if their only news intake is a short video that can be made by anyone?"
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Sitting in my eighth-grade classroom, I stealthily check my email, hoping for news updates from The New York Times or CNN about the heightened COVID-19 crisis in India, my country of origin.
Before I can even read a word on the page, a boy in my class asks, "Why are you reading the news?"

Congress passes bill to fund Capitol security, Afghan visas


Congress passes bill to fund Capitol security, Afghan visas
By MARY CLARE JALONICK
Associated Press
July 29, 2021 — 5:10pm
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WASHINGTON — Congress overwhelmingly passed emergency legislation Thursday that would bolster security at the Capitol, repay outstanding debts from the violent Jan. 6 insurrection and increase the number of visas for allies who worked alongside Americans in the Afghanistan war.
The $2.1 billion bill now goes to President Joe Biden for his signature. The Senate approved the legislation early Thursday afternoon, 98-0, and the House passed it immediately afterward, 416-11.
Senators struck a bipartisan agreement on the legislation this week, two months after the House had passed a bill that would have provided around twice as much for Capitol security. But House leaders said they would back the Senate version anyway, arguing the money is urgently needed for the Capitol Police and for the translators and others who worked closely with U.S. government troops and civilians in Afghanistan.

Eucharist document should unite, not divide, the church, panelists advise


...Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory gives Autiyonna Johnson her first Communion as a new Catholic during the Easter Vigil at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington April 3, 2021. (CNS photo/Andrew Biraj, Catholic Standard)
...A priest prepares to distribute Communion during Mass in Washington in this 2011 photo. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
...Sister Isabel Macarilay, a Poor Clare, fills a bag of freshly baked and cut altar bread in the bakery at the Monastery of St. Clare in Langhorne, Pa., July 21, 2021. The monastery produces up to 3 million altar breads a year, selling what may eventually become consecrated hosts to parishes throughout Pennsylvania and other parts of the U.S. (CNS photo/Chaz Muth)

Congress passes bill to fund Capitol security, visas for Afghan allies


WASHINGTON — 
Congress overwhelmingly passed emergency legislation Thursday that would bolster security at the Capitol, repay outstanding debts from the violent Jan. 6 insurrection and increase the number of visas for allies who worked alongside Americans in the Afghanistan war.
The $2.1 billion bill now goes to President Joe Biden for his signature. The Senate approved the legislation early Thursday afternoon, 98-0, and the House passed it immediately afterward, 416-11.
Senators struck a bipartisan agreement on the legislation this week, two months after the House had passed a bill that would have provided around twice as much for Capitol security. But House leaders said they would back the Senate version anyway, arguing the money is urgently needed for the Capitol Police and for the translators and others who worked closely with U.S. government troops and civilians in Afghanistan.

Greta Thunberg criticises Science Museum over reported Shell 'gagging clause'


Greta Thunberg criticises Science Museum over reported Shell ‘gagging clause’
Greta Thunberg (Aaron Chown/PA)
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has criticised the Science Museum following reports it signed a “gagging clause” with oil giant Shell over sponsorship of one of its exhibitions.
Sections of a contract between the London museum and Shell, published online by campaign group Culture Unstained, appeared to show an agreement “not to damage the goodwill and reputation” of the company.
Shell’s sponsorship of the Our Future Planet exhibition – featuring carbon capture and storage technologies and nature-based solutions to the climate crisis – was previously criticised by environmental activists.

Mike Pence wades into abortion debate at Supreme Court


Pence's advocacy group filed a brief asking the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Supreme Court agreed in May to hear the case challenging a woman's right to an abortion.
Dozens of conservative groups are supporting Mississippi's ban on most abortions after 15 weeks.
WASHINGTON – A conservative advocacy group launched by former Vice President Mike Pence is wading into a high-profile abortion case at the Supreme Court, arguing the landmark Roe v. Wade decision has contributed to the destabilization of families.
Pence’s group, Advancing American Freedom, is one of dozens of anti-abortion organizations to file briefs in recent days supporting Mississippi’s ban on most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Nearly 230 GOP lawmakers also filed a brief Thursday, calling on the high court to release Roe's "vise grip on abortion politics."

Justice Department urges Texas to halt new migrant order


AUSTIN, Texas — 
A new order by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott that allows state troopers to stop and turnaround vehicles carrying migrants on the basis that they could increase the spread of COVID-19 drew swift backlash and a threat of a lawsuit from the Justice Department on Thursday.
Attorney General Merrick Garland urged Abbott, a Republican, to immediately walk back the directive a day after it was issued by the two-term governor, who is up for reelection in 2022 and for months has sought to claim former President Donald Trump’s hardline mantle on immigration.
The letter from Garland is among the most forceful pushback yet from the Biden administration over the actions taken by Abbott along the U.S.-Mexico border, which have also included jailing migrants on state crimes and building new fencing. Civil rights groups and immigration advocates have also slammed Abbott’s latest move to curb border crossings, saying it could invite racial profiling and restrict the ability of shelters to take in newly arriving families.

Congress poised to pass Capitol security money, Afghan aid


WASHINGTON (AP) — The House is expected to pass emergency legislation Thursday that would bolster security at the Capitol, repay outstanding debts from the violent Jan. 6 insurrection and increase the number of visas for allies who worked alongside Americans in the Afghanistan war.
House passage would send the $2.1 billion bill to President Joe Biden for his signature. The Senate approved the legislation Thursday morning, 98-0.
Senators struck a bipartisan agreement on the legislation this week, two months after the House had passed a bill that would have provided around twice as much for Capitol security. But House leaders said they would back the Senate version anyway, arguing the money is urgently needed for the Capitol Police and for the translators and others who worked closely with U.S. government troops and civilians in Afghanistan.

Senators Go After Unemployment Fraud — But Not Tax Cheats — To Pay For Infrastructure


Senators Go After Unemployment Fraud — But Not Tax Cheats — To Pay For Infrastructure
Under pressure from conservative groups, GOP senators refused to strengthen IRS enforcement to pay for the bipartisan infrastructure deal.
By Amanda Terkel, Arthur Delaney, and Igor Bobic
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Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) speaks as (from left) Sens. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.), Bill Cassidy (R-La.), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Rob Portman (R-Ohio) listen during a news conference after a procedural vote for the bipartisan infrastructure framework.
The Senate voted to move forward on a $1 trillion infrastructure package Wednesday, after a bipartisan group of senators agreed on a deal that includes $500 billion in new spending on roads, bridges and waterways.

Senate Dems rush $1.2 trillion infrastructure package after GOP helps them clear filibuster hurdle


Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican, is pushing to give senators adequate time to review the package and offer amendments.
Democrats can rush forward now since the legislation, which is currently only a framework, on Wednesday cleared the 60-vote threshold to survive in the chamber. The infrastructure deal advance with 17 Republicans joining all 50 Democrats.
The vote was a major victory for President Biden, who ran on his ability to work across the aisle and now is poised to deliver $1.2 trillion of infrastructure projects.
Former President Donald Trump’s attempt to get an infrastructure deal never got off the ground with Senate Democrats.

Durbin: So Many Americans Are 'Desperate to Believe' Trump's 'Manufactured Madness' that He Won 2020


29 Jul 2021
Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) said Thursday on MSNBC’s “Ayman Mohyeldin Reports” that former President Donald Trump’s “manufactured madness” that he won the 2020 presidential election was being embraced by “so many Americans who are desperate to believe he never should have left the White House.”
When asked about reports on Trump’s phone calls to then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, Durbin said, “Well, it confirms many suspicions. It confirms our suspicions that former President Donald Trump was virtually unhinged after this election, flailing away in every direction, every court suit he could file, to try to push his ‘Big Lie’ the election had been stolen from him. So it confirms that. And secondly, though, it confirms the fact that Jeffrey Rosen, as has been reported was being harassed and still stood his ground. Some of us were skeptical. Bill Barr left after saying largely honest and accurate election results. He was canned by Donald Trump, and then along came Jeffrey Rosen, an unproven quantity.  He turned out to have the backbone to stand up to this president by all reports. That’s good information to know.”

La economía estadounidense se recupera a niveles previos a a la pandemia – Telemundo Las Vegas


Telemundo
WASHINGTON - El Producto Interior Bruto (PIB) de Estados Unidos creció un 1.6% en el segundo trimestre y coloca la tasa anualizada de crecimiento en el 6.5%, su valor más alto desde antes de la pandemia del COVID-19.
La Oficina de Análisis Económico (BEA, por sus siglas en inglés) publicó este jueves el primero de sus tres cálculos del PIB, según el cual, además, la economía creció un 12.2 % sobre el segundo trimestre de 2020, cuando la pandemia causó una grave contracción de las actividades.
Estas cifras demuestran el fuerte ritmo de recuperación de la primera economía del mundo.

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