Senate Republicans opposed legislation to avert a government shutdown and prevent a debt default at a critical moment for Democrats’ domestic agenda.
Their release coincided with an agreement on Friday that cleared the way for a senior executive of Huawei Technologies, the Chinese telecommunications giant, to return to China.
Republicans and Democrats have long sparred over raising the debt ceiling. But this time, the odds are growing that the U.S. could default.
The top two Democrats in Congress face a daunting pile of legislative imperatives. With President Biden’s agenda hanging in the balance and few votes to spare, can they get it done?
Two leaders of the office had publicly questioned whether the general population needed coronavirus booster shots and recently announced plans to retire.
Robert S. Kaplan will exit his role as head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas next month. Eric S. Rosengren, the head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, is also retiring earlier than planned.
Five groups invited association members to an undisclosed location on Tuesday afternoon to write checks for between $1,000 and $5,800, payable to Sinema for Arizona.
Congress wants the government to turn to the private sector to augment the capabilities of highly classified spy satellites.
The move comes only days after federal regulators moved to allow millions of Americans to get Pfizer booster shots.
Representative Liz Cheney came out against same-sex marriage in 2013. Her sister, who is gay, wrote online at the time that the decision put her “on the wrong side of history.”