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favicon fivethirtyeight.com —  53+ min ago

Why 28 House Democrats Aren't Running Again

fivethirtyeight.com > features

It’s been only about a month since we last checked on which members of the U.S. House of Representatives are retiring, but already 10 more have announced their intention to leave office. Eight of those outgoing members are Democrats, too, which may speak to a lack of confidence about the party’s standing heading into the […]...

favicon newrepublic.com —  53+ min ago

Vaccine Politics Are Tearing Republicans Apart

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Donald Trump wants Ron DeSantis to kiss the ring. The former president, in exile at Mar-a-Lago, has been “grumbling quietly to friends and visitors” that the Florida governor has thus far refused to state publicly that he will not run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024 should Trump enter the race—itself all but a foregone conclusion at this point—per The New York Times. This feud has, in recent days, reached a boiling point, dividing Republicans and providing the first tantalizing bit of evidence that Trump’s hold over the GOP might not be quite as strong as it ... ...

favicon axios.com —  23+ min ago

Rising rates may hammer the stock market

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Stocks are much more vulnerable to interest rate swings than they used to be. Why it matters: A sharp rise in rates in early 2022 is the key reason the stock market is off to an ugly start. And with the Federal Reserve making noise about trying to keep inflation in check, rates could go higher. By the numbers: The most widely watched gauge of interest rates, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note, hit 1.87% on Tuesday, the highest since January 2020. Stocks are down about 4% so far this year — the worst annual start for the S&P 500 since 2016. The big ... ...

favicon rollcall.com —  20+ min ago

Rare snowy owl dazzles onlookers from Union Station perch

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Many Capitol Hill visitors come through Union Station to be wowed by the sights and attractions in the nation’s symbolic home of democracy. The latest high-profile visitor to “This Town,” however, has come for the rats.  A snowy owl, a rare sight in Washington, has been dazzling crowds of birders making pilgrimages to Columbus Circle […] The post Rare snowy owl dazzles onlookers from Union Station perch appeared first on Roll Call.... ...

favicon theweek.com —  28+ min ago

White House to distribute 400 million free N95 masks at "tens of thousands" of locations starting next week

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White House to distribute 400 million free N95 masks at 'tens of thousands' of locations starting next week...

favicon washingtonpost.com —  9+ hour, 26+ min ago

Analysis | One-third of Biden's ambassador nominees, so far, are campaign "bundlers'

washingtonpost.com > politics

Analysis | One-third of Biden's ambassador nominees, so far, are campaign 'bundlers'  The Washington Post...

favicon commondreams.org —  31+ min ago

Vaccine Apartheid Means Pandemic "Nowhere Near Over': WHO Chief

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Vaccine Apartheid Means Pandemic 'Nowhere Near Over': WHO Chief  Common Dreams...

favicon sheknows.com —  9+ hour, 54+ min ago

Amy Schumer's Honest New Swimsuit Photo Details Months of Medical Treatment — & Liposuction

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Amy Schumer has been very honest about her wellness journey over the last few years. She's talked about what has brought her confidence — and what didn't work so well for her. Celebrities often aren't open when it comes to what's happening behind the scenes (and that's their right), but it's a reminder that everyone has a journey of feeling good about themselves. In a new Instagram post, the comedian shared a photo of why she's feeling happy these days. The image shows Schumer on a gorgeous beach, wearing a stunning black one-piece swimsuit with a level of self-assurance written...... ...

favicon axios.com —  48+ min ago

Microsoft's Activision Blizzard deal complicates Big Tech regulation

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Microsoft's surprise $68 billion deal to buy Activision Blizzard is adding a fresh twist to the heated debate over which tech companies have monopolies that need to be reined in.The big picture: The deal could force a question the company has happily ducked for a decade: whether its size and power make it just as deserving of regulatory scrutiny as its Big Tech rivals. Why it matters: Regulators have finite resources and will have to prioritize which companies and deals they want to contest.Flashback: Microsoft, of course, spent years fighting a Justice Department antitrust suit two decades ago — but ... ...



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