President Biden’s approval ratings have been epically low, but on a Thanksgiving Day stop at a New England Coast Guard station they suddenly reached the single digits.
Month: November 2021
Three Men Found Guilty of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery: Live Updates
The defendants were found guilty of murder and other charges on Wednesday for the pursuit and fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery. They face up to life in prison. Follow live here.
Proud Boys, Oath Keepers subpoenaed by House Jan. 6 panel
The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol has issued five new subpoenas for witnesses lawmakers want to hear from, in addition to 40 witnesses subpoenaed already.
Paid family leave in spotlight as Senate weighs Biden social spending plan
Fresh off securing U.S. House of Representatives passage of President Joe Biden’s social and environmental spending plan, his fellow Democrats are pressing ahead with it in the Senate, where the bill may undergo major changes on issues such as paid family leave to satisfy party centrists. The $1.75 trillion legislation, approved by the House https://www.reuters.com/markets/us/us-house-vote-bidens-175-trillion-bill-after-hours-long-delay-2021-11-19 on Friday over united Republican opposition, includes four weeks of family leave paid by the government for reasons such as the birth of a child or caring for a sick relative. The legislation, which aims to bolster the U.S. social safety net and fight climate change, must win over divided Senate Democratic moderates and liberals, as Republicans remain opposed.
Kyle Rittenhouse trial verdict – live: Armed man arrested outside court as MSNBC denies photographing jury – The Independent
Allegedly intoxicated paramedic kills patient after crashing ambulance
A Georgia paramedic who allegedly admitted to being high on drugs has been arrested after crashing his ambulance and killing the patient he was transporting — before trying to flee the scene …
Vanessa Bryant must turn over therapy records in Kobe crash case, judge rules
Vanessa Bryant must turn over therapy records to L.A. County in her lawsuit for severe emotional distress after learning deputies and firefighters shared images of a helicopter crash scene
Covid-19 Cases Rise in Pockets of North and West, Halting Delta Variant’s Decline in U.S. – The Wall Street Journal
Covid-19 cases are climbing in the upper Midwest, Southwest and parts of the Northeast, stalling progress in ending the spread of the Delta variant just before Thanksgiving holiday travel.
Arbery trial: Grim photos, police testimony dominate Week 1
The trial of father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan wrapped up its first full week of testimony.
U.S. Briefs Allies on Possible Russian Threat Toward Ukraine
As Russian troops continued movements near Ukraine’s border, the U.S. urged pressure against Moscow. The Kremlin dismissed concerns.