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Harris says images of Border Patrol on horseback evoked 'times of slavery'

Vice President Harris on Friday further condemned the actions of Border Patrol agents on horseback who appeared to use reins to threaten Haitian migrants, comparing the incident to “times of slavery.”Harris made her comments during an… Source: The Hill

Mayorkas defends Biden policies on migrants in tense White House briefing

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas at a tense White House briefing on Friday defended the Biden administration’s policies on immigration as moral, arguing its deportations of Haitians and others found to have illegally crossed the border… Source: The Hill

Biden does not plan to shield Trump docs in Jan. 6 probe

President Biden has determined that he does not plan to assert executive privilege to shield Trump-era documents sought by the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday.“We take this… Source: The Hill

Biden says he supports taxing billionaires' investment gains annually

President Biden on Friday said he supports an idea championed by a key Senate Democrat to tax billionaires’ unrealized investment gains annually.Biden said the idea is one of a number of tax proposals he backs as ways to finance legislation that… Source: The Hill

Two 'View' hosts test positive for coronavirus ahead of Harris interview

Two hosts of “The View” tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday in advance of a planned sit-down interview with Vice President Harris, causing the show to shift gears and interview Harris virtually as a precaution. Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro… Source: The Hill

Biden: Negotiations over economic agenda at a 'stalemate'

President Biden on Friday acknowledged it is going to take time to pass his economic agenda following meetings with key Democratic lawmakers this week to discuss the bipartisan infrastructure package and the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion reconciliation… Source: The Hill

Biden administration defends handling of Haitians amid uproar

The Biden administration on Thursday defended its handling of Haitian migrants at the U.S. southern border amid growing uproar among Democrats over the decision to expel Haitian nationals. The Department of Homeland Security said it has… Source: The Hill

Sean Spicer, Russ Vought sue Biden over Naval Board removal

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer and former Office of Management and Budget Director Russ Vought are suing President Biden over the president’s request that they resign from the Board of Visitors at the U.S. Naval… Source: The Hill

Biden approval sinks to 44 percent in new Pew poll

Forty-four percent of American adults approve of President Biden’s handling of his job while 53 percent disapprove, according to a new Pew Research Center poll, a sharp decline in his poll numbers since July.Two months ago, Pew found that 55 percent… Source: The Hill

DHS suspends horse patrols but ramps up Haiti repatriation flights

The Biden administration said that it has temporarily suspended the use of horse patrols in Del Rio, Texas as it works to ramp up controversial repatriation flights of Haitians camped under a bridge near the border.“We have ceased the use of the… Source: The Hill

White House prepping agencies for possible shutdown

The Biden administration is set to notify federal agencies on Thursday to prepare for a potential government shutdown as the White House makes preparations to mitigate impacts on the pandemic response and other services.The Office of Management and… Source: The Hill

Biden touts 'progress' during 'candid' meetings on $3.5T plan

President Biden had “productive and candid” meetings on Wednesday with Democratic lawmakers and made “progress” in his push for consensus amid significant infighting within the party over the roughly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package and… Source: The Hill

Biden employs flurry of meetings to unite warring factions

President Biden on Wednesday launched a full-court press, hosting a series of White House meetings with lawmakers in a bid to unite warring factions of his own party behind his sweeping, multitrillion-dollar economic agenda.Progressive and moderate… Source: The Hill

Biden nominates ambassadors to Sweden, Belgium and the Dominican Republic

President Biden will nominate Erik Ramanathan to serve as ambassador to Sweden, Michael Adler to serve as ambassador to Belgium and Calvin Smyre to serve as ambassador to the Dominican Republic, the president announced on Wednesday.Ramanathan,… Source: The Hill

Democratic anger grows over treatment of Haitian migrants

The Biden administration is under increasing scrutiny from Democrats over the conditions and treatment of Haitian migrants camped out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas.The intraparty pressure is especially caustic because the Department of Homeland… Source: The Hill

Biden confronts sinking poll numbers

President Biden is facing strong political headwinds as troubles mount for his domestic agenda.A slew of recent national polls have shown the president’s once-strong approval numbers dipping across the board. And a poll released Tuesday showed Biden… Source: The Hill

Biden says he will review executive actions after police reform talks fail

President Biden on Wednesday expressed disappointment at the failure of bipartisan police reform negotiations on Capitol Hill and said he would explore potential executive actions “to advance our efforts to live up to the American ideal of equal… Source: The Hill

Harris unveils $250M commitment to new global health fund

Vice President Harris on Wednesday called for a new global health security fund at the World Bank to focus on pandemic preparedness, with the Biden administration planning to contribute $250 million in seed funding, a White House official said…. Source: The Hill

Rahm Emanuel has earned $13M since leaving Chicago's city hall: report

Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) disclosed that he has earned nearly $13 million since leaving office in May 2019.The income was disclosed in paperwork filed as part of Emanuel’s nomination to be U.S. ambassador to… Source: The Hill