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By the numbers: Stats that tell story of Biden
By the numbers: Stats that tell story of Biden's first year

By some counts, President Joe Biden can lay claim to a banner first year in office. America exited Afghanistan, but the war ended with a chaotic evacuation ...

After Biden
After Biden's first year, the virus and disunity rage on

From the inaugural platform, President Joe Biden saw American sickness on two fronts - a disease of the national spirit and the one from the rampaging...

Time to start over on voting rights and election security
Time to start over on voting rights and election security

Our electoral system is still in peril. Congress should try a different approach - less ambitious, more bipartisan.

Restaurant owner blasts NY senator Kirsten Gillibrand for ignoring mask mandate during visit
Restaurant owner blasts NY senator Kirsten Gillibrand for ignoring mask mandate during visit

Kirsten Gillibrand has pledged to 'do better' after Innovo Kitchen's owner expressed his frustration that she wasn't wearing a mask on the premises.

Joe Biden
Joe Biden's first year: Covid, climate, the economy, racial justice and democracy

How has the president fared on the four big issues he outlined at his inauguration - and the one he couldn't ignore Joe Biden delivers his inaugural address ...

Steve Bannon claims Trump rally will prompt Arizona to decertify Biden
Steve Bannon claims Trump rally will prompt Arizona to decertify Biden's 2020 election victory. The vote cannot be decertified in any way.

"We're going to decertify Biden electors in Arizona, in Wisconsin, in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and in the great state of Georgia," Bannon said.

Illinois governor cuts $90M check for reelection campaign
Illinois governor cuts $90M check for reelection campaign

Self-funder JB Pritzker made the contribution just days before expected GOP challenger Richard Irvin is set to announce a bid to unseat the first-term...

Youngkin
Youngkin's executive orders to focus on education, critical race theory

The order is the first of a batch of executive actions the Republican governor planned to release after his swearing in Saturday.

Glenn Youngkin sworn in as Virginia
Glenn Youngkin sworn in as Virginia's 74th governor, reinvigorating Republicans after years of statewide losses

The governor - a political newcomer - led a successful statewide GOP ticket that includes Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears and Attorney General Jason Miyares.

A Bill Proposed a New Way to Teach History. It Got the History Wrong.
A Bill Proposed a New Way to Teach History. It Got the History Wrong.

Amid a flurry of bills nationwide that seek to ban the teaching of critical race theory in schools, one such proposal in Virginia stood out. Tucked inside a ...

Frustrated Democrats Call for
Frustrated Democrats Call for 'Reset' Ahead of Midterm Elections

WASHINGTON - With the White House legislative agenda in shambles less than a year before the midterm elections, Democrats are sounding alarms that their...

Second gentleman Emhoff acts as public link to White House
Second gentleman Emhoff acts as public link to White House

As America's first second gentleman, Doug Emhoff has attended a U.S. naturalization ceremony in New York, dished up spaghetti and chocolate milk to kids at a...

Black women look to make historic gains in 2022 midterm elections
Black women look to make historic gains in 2022 midterm elections

A number of Black women candidates have become front-runners in seeking their party's nominations for statewide office, particularly in the South.

The Biden administration has failed its Covid test
The Biden administration has failed its Covid test

The White House claims to follow the science. But it has missed chance after chance to limit infection - with disastrous results How many infections could...

Inside Trump
Inside Trump's secretive endorsement operation

A small set of advisers, led by longtime counselor Susie Wiles, is vetting some of the candidates seeking the most valuable stamp of approval in GOP politics...

Sen. Ron Johnson Ripped As
Sen. Ron Johnson Ripped As 'Virus That Infects' GOP By Wisconsin Newspaper

The Capital Times tore into the Wisconsin Republican in a blistering editorial.

Joe Biden
Joe Biden's low point: can the president revive his sinking popularity?

After a week of setbacks, some analysts say time is running short to impress voters ahead of the November polls Joe Biden speaks on the infrastructure law on...

Biden supporters
Biden supporters 'apoplectic' one year into his presidency

Just over a year ago, millions of energized young people, women, voters of color and independents joined forces to send Joe Biden to the White House...

McConnell
McConnell's Threat to Go Nuclear on Democrats Is Nonsense

Kevin Dietsch/GettyAfter President Joe Biden appealed to Senate Democrats this week to eliminate the filibuster, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell...

Trump to rally in Arizona as heated GOP Senate primary is underway
Trump to rally in Arizona as heated GOP Senate primary is underway

His endorsement is highly sought, but he hasn't picked a candidate to take on Democrat Mark Kelly yet.

U.S. seeks up to 46 months prison for ex-Giuliani associate Fruman
U.S. seeks up to 46 months prison for ex-Giuliani associate Fruman

U.S. prosecutors said on Friday that Igor Fruman, a one-time associate of Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who helped collect damaging...

First lady visits Kentucky neighborhood struck by tornado
First lady visits Kentucky neighborhood struck by tornado

First lady Jill Biden visited a tornado-ravaged neighborhood in Kentucky on Friday to meet with residents and local leaders. The Bowling Green neighborhood ...

Pence: "Tragic" Jan. 6 no reason to scrap filibuster
Pence: "Tragic" Jan. 6 no reason to scrap filibuster

Former Vice President Mike Pence on Friday called the Jan. 6 Capitol riot an attempt to "overturn results of the presidential election that had been...

Oath Keepers leader jailed on Capitol attack charges
Oath Keepers leader jailed on Capitol attack charges

The founder and leader of the far-right Oath Keepers militia group remained in jail after his first court appearance on Friday, a day after his arrest on...

No charges for 151 Arizona votes vetted over fraud claims
No charges for 151 Arizona votes vetted over fraud claims

A review of potential voter fraud cases in the 2020 general election in Arizona's second-largest county ended Friday with an announcement by prosecutors that...

Mixed response from businesses after SCOTUS ruling on vaccine mandates
Mixed response from businesses after SCOTUS ruling on vaccine mandates

Following the Supreme Court's ruling on Thursday to block President Joe Biden's vaccine-or-testing mandate for large employers, the surge in the omicron

Here
Here's how to request free at-home COVID tests starting Wednesday

Americans may order four at-home tests per household as part of the Biden administration's strategy to make tests accessible.

Third Republican Who Voted To Impeach Trump Now Retiring
Third Republican Who Voted To Impeach Trump Now Retiring

Rep. John Katko (R-N.Y.) faced a challenge from a pro-Trump Republican.

Ohio Supreme Court invalidates GOP-approved congressional map
Ohio Supreme Court invalidates GOP-approved congressional map 'infused with undue partisan bias'

The Ohio Supreme Court rejected a congressional map drawn by GOP lawmakers to favor Republicans, calling it a partisan gerrymander.

Biden team regroups after court loss on COVID shots-or-test
Biden team regroups after court loss on COVID shots-or-test

Concerned but not giving up, President Joe Biden is anxiously pushing ahead to prod people to get COVID-19 shots after the Supreme Court put a halt to the...

Website for free virus tests is coming. How will it work?
Website for free virus tests is coming. How will it work?

Under criticism after weeks of shortages, President Joe Biden's administration is working to make COVID-19 rapid test kits more available and accessible to...

Prosecutor: Texas attorney general violated open records law
Prosecutor: Texas attorney general violated open records law

A district attorney says Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton violated the state's open records laws by withholding or failing to retain his communications...

Senate
Senate's big voting legislation plans dashed in reminder of limits of Democrats' power

Despite Biden's pleas, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema aren't budging on the filibuster, leaving no viable path for the two major election overhaul bills.

You can start ordering free COVID tests Wednesday
You can start ordering free COVID tests Wednesday

The White House said Friday a new website, COVIDTests.gov, will begin accepting orders Jan. 19 for free rapid tests shipped to Americans' homes.Why it...

Biden admin threatens to take back Arizona
Biden admin threatens to take back Arizona's COVID aid over anti-mask rules

The Biden administration warned Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) that it will take back the state's COVID-19 relief aid if it does not redesign programs that use ...

New York
New York's Ban on Evictions Is Expiring. What Happens Now?

For most of the pandemic, New York state has maintained a strict eviction moratorium, a safeguard that many elected officials and housing advocates say has...

Transgender athlete ban, backed by Noem, clears committee
Transgender athlete ban, backed by Noem, clears committee

A South Dakota legislative committee on Friday approved a bill championed by Gov. Kristi Noem to ban transgender women and girls from participating in...

Biden moves to remake the Fed
Biden moves to remake the Fed

Biden on Friday tapped two Black economists - Lisa Cook and Philip Jefferson - for open seats on the board.

Biden to hold first formal news conference in 2022 on Wednesday on the eve of his first-year anniversary
Biden to hold first formal news conference in 2022 on Wednesday on the eve of his first-year anniversary

President Joe Biden has held just six solo news conferences, fewer than any of his most recent predecessors at this point in their presidencies.

Decoding Donald Trump ahead of his speech in Arizona, according to an expert in his political rhetoric
Decoding Donald Trump ahead of his speech in Arizona, according to an expert in his political rhetoric

What to listen for as former President Donald Trump returns to hosting political rallies, starting with a speech in Arizona.

John Katko, who voted to impeach Trump, announces retirement
John Katko, who voted to impeach Trump, announces retirement

Katko is the third House Republican who voted for impeachment to skip a reelection bid in 2022.

Tightened federal water protections won
Tightened federal water protections won't slow some projects

The Biden administration is moving to tighten oversight of projects that benefitted from Trump-era loosened water protections, but some projects including a ...

Millions of families won
Millions of families won't get child tax credit for first time in six months

Millions of families will not receive the monthly child tax credit payments this weekend for the first time in six months as the program expired at the end...

Ohio Supreme Court strikes down GOP-drawn congressional map
Ohio Supreme Court strikes down GOP-drawn congressional map

The Ohio Supreme Court has once again struck down a Republican-drawn legislative map for gerrymandering, this time for congressional districts.Why it matters...

GOP Rep. John Katko, who voted to impeach Trump, won
GOP Rep. John Katko, who voted to impeach Trump, won't seek re-election

Rep. John Katko (R-N.Y.) on Friday announced he will not run for re-election in 2022.Why it matters: Katko was one of the 10 House Republicans who voted in...

Yes, your company can still require you to be vaccinated despite the Supreme Court
Yes, your company can still require you to be vaccinated despite the Supreme Court's ruling

The Supreme Court rejected President Biden's vaccine-or-test mandate for large businesses, but that doesn't mean your company can't enforce its own.

Biden administration to claw back Covid aid from Arizona over anti-mask policies
Biden administration to claw back Covid aid from Arizona over anti-mask policies

Treasury department says relief funds have been redirected to unauthorized programs opposing mask use in schools Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona has been at...

GOP Rep. Katko, who voted to impeach Trump, won
GOP Rep. Katko, who voted to impeach Trump, won't run again

Rep. John Katko, a respected Republican moderate whose congressional career seemed to be on the rise, announced his retirement Friday, the third of the 10...

Sen. Warren demands profit and rent figures from companies following Pandora Papers revelations
Sen. Warren demands profit and rent figures from companies following Pandora Papers revelations

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is demanding answers from corporate landlords about their influence over the U.S. housing market amid a worsening...

U.S. intel suggests Russia is planning a false-flag operation
U.S. intel suggests Russia is planning a false-flag operation

The Kremlin has operatives already in Ukraine, laying the groundwork for an invasion, say Biden officials.


Armed Man Takes 4 Hostages at Texas Synagogue, One Later Released

A man took four hostages at a Jewish synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, on Saturday morning. One has since been released unharmed.

Huge Crowd Attends Donald Trump Rally in Arizona

A massive crowd gathered for former President Donald Trump's rally in Florence, Arizona, on Saturday evening.

Trump Will Call on Republicans to Increase ICE Officers

Trump will call on Republicans to increase the number of ICE officers to “find, detain, and deport” every illegal alien Biden has let in.

Exclusive — Kari Lake Plans to Circumvent Feds on Border Policy

Kari Lake, a candidate for Governor in Arizona, says she plans to enter into an interstate compact to circumvent federal immigration policy.

DeSantis: Coronavirus Taught the Governor Is Consequential to Daily Life

DeSantis is predicting increased enthusiasm in the midterm elections this year, as the Chinese coronavirus taught the importance of Governors

Volcano Erupts in Tonga, Tsunami Advisory Issued for West Coast, HI, AK

Tsunami advisories have been issued for the entire West Coast, Hawaii, and parts of Alaska as a volcano erupted near Tonga late Friday.

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin Signals New Leadership with 11 Executive Actions on First Day

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin signaled a new direction on his first day in office, signing 11 executive actions.

Rubio: Fauci Is 'Protected' by View of Media, Dems That He 'Cannot Be Questioned' and Biden's 'Tied' to and Can't Abandon Him

On Friday's "Megyn Kelly Show," Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) stated that White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci "survives because he's being | Clips

Report: Anthony Fauci’s $10M 2020 Investment Portfolio Includes Chinese Assets

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s reported $10.4 million-dollar 2020 investment portfolio included Chinese companies, Breitbart News discovered.

Suspect in Burger King Murder Demands Reparations

The man suspected of murdering a Burger King employee demanded reparations as police officers escorted him out of a Harlem police station.

House Republicans: Biden Protecting Illegal Aliens Who Overstayed Visas

Biden's gutting of interior immigration enforcement is shielding from deportation illegal aliens who overstayed their visas, Republicans say.

Nearly 4-in-10 Illegal Aliens Refuse Vax as Americans Face Mandates

While American citizens are being hit with vaccine mandates, new data reveals that thousands of illegal aliens are refusing the vaccine.

Hagerty: Democrats Willing to 'Resort to Destroying the Senate' to Pass Election Law

Friday, during an appearance on Fox Business Network, Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) slammed his Democrat Senate colleagues for the lengths they are willing to go to pass their so-called voting rights election law. | Clips

Raskin: Hillary Beat Trump by 3 Million Votes, Biden Beat Him by 7 Million -- GOP a 'Shrinking Minority Party'

Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said Thursday on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" that the Republican Party is a "shrinking minority party." | Clips

Biden Admin. Threatens to Recoup AZ's COVID Relief Funds over Masks

President Joe Biden's (D) administration has threatened to recoup coronavirus relief money issued to Arizona regarding state provisions.

Nolte: Biden's Bungling Surged the Virus and Killed the Economy

Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election based primarily on his promise to shut down the virus and not the economy.

Al Gore on Climate Change: Stop Using ‘Sky as an Open Sewer'

Decades after Al Gore first sounded the alarm about global warming, the former vice president is still preaching about climate change.

Sen. Roger Marshall to Introduce 'FAUCI Act' After Skirmish at Hearing

The bill would require the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) website to supply financial records of "administration officials like Fauci."

China’s Trade Surplus Hits Annual Record in 2021 — Saw Double-Digit Growth in Exports Every Month

China's trade surplus hits a record high of $676 billion in 2021, a 26 percent gain over 2020 driven by a 30 percent surge in exports.

Report: Biden Finishes First Year on an ‘Epic Losing Streak’

Biden will have been president officially for one year next Thursday and has "never been less popular nationally."

Report: Whitmer Admin. Undercounted Nursing Home COVID Deaths

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration allegedly undercounted coronavirus deaths in long-term care facilities by approximately 30 percent.

Tulsi Gabbard Blasts Biden: 'He Has Betrayed Us All'

Joe Biden has "betrayed us all," Tulsi Gabbard said on Friday, accusing the president of going back on his promise to unite the country.

Joe Biden Claims He Ran to 'Unite the Country' After Comparing Republicans to Racists

Joe Biden claimed he ran for office to "unite the country" just days after he compared Republicans and even some Democrat senators to racists.

Exclusive -- GOP to DOD: Where's Update on Equipment in Afghanistan?

Republicans are asking the Biden Pentagon where its report is on the status of American-funded military equipment left in Afghanistan.

Transgender UPenn Swimmer Lia Thomas Claims to be the 'Jackie Robinson of Trans Sports'

Transgender UPenn swimmer Lia Thomas was heard arrogantly claiming to be the "Jackie Robinson of trans sports."

Breitbart News Daily Podcast Ep. 51: Joe Slammed by Senate and Supreme Court; Guests: Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Ken Klukowski

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) discusses the filibuster fight in the Senate and what the GOP is ready to do to win in November, and Breitbart News’s Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski breaks down the Supreme Court’s vaccine mandate decision.

Jen Psaki: Biden Knows He Is 'Not Always the Most Effective Messenger' on Vaccines

Jen Psaki said President Biden was "not the most effective messenger" when it came to convincing unvaccinated Americans to take the shot.

Ann Coulter: The Great Epstein Cover-up, Part 2

Let's review the government’s long record of zealously trying NOT to unravel the case against accused child molester Jeffrey Epstein.

Democrats Block Plan to Remove Foreign Nationals from Voter Rolls

House Democrats this week blocked a plan that would have required states to remove foreign nationals from voter rolls.

Howard Dean: Right-Wing Zealot Supreme Court Is a 'Threat' to America -- Millions Will Die

Former Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean said Thursday on MSNBC's "The Beat" that the Supreme Court striking down President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for large private companies means it was a threat to America because millions would die. | Clips

WATCH: Nancy Pelosi Says Kevin McCarthy 'Obligated' to Testify at January 6 Committee

Pelosi said McCarthy -- the leader of the opposition -- was "obligated" to testify, even after she rejected his nominees to the committee.

Joe Biden Angry One Third of Americans Are Not Wearing Masks During Pandemic

President Joe Biden complained that Americans had stopped wearing masks during the coronavirus pandemic, promising to send better-fitting masks to Americans for free.

Charlie Kirk: States Need to Punish Woke Companies for Their Behavior

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk told Breitbart News that states need to start punishing woke companies for their behavior.

Nearly 4,200 Schools Closed for Low-Risk Omicron

Nearly 4,200 schools will be closed or condemned to remote learning this week as officials fear the low-risk omicron variant.

Marshall Sends Letter to Fauci Demanding Copy of Financial Disclosures

Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS) sent Dr. Anthony Fauci an official letter on Wednesday demanding copies of Fauci's financial disclosures.

Labor Sec'y Walsh: Vaccinated People Are Still 'Getting Sick,' But Are 'in Better Shape' - SCOTUS 'Ruled Against' Worker Safety on Mandate

On Thursday's broadcast of CNN's "The Lead," Labor Secretary Marty Walsh said that the Supreme Court "ruled against workers to keep them protected" by | Clips

Biden 'Disappointed' by Supreme Court Ruling on OSHA Vaccine Mandate

President Joe Biden said Thursday he was "disappointed" that the Supreme Court ruled against his coronavirus vaccine mandate.

Exclusive — TX AG Ken Paxton: Biden Administration Is 'Willing to Let People Die of COVID or Drug Overdoses'

The Biden administration is "willing to let people die of COVID or drug overdoses" via its open border policies, TX AG Ken Paxton said.

Conservatives Rejoice After Supreme Court Strikes Down OSHA's Vaccine Mandate: 'A Win for the Constitution'

Conservatives rejoiced after the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected President Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate.

EXCLUSIVE: Human Smugglers Earn $1B from U.S.-Mexico Border in December 2021

On average, migrants claimed to have paid smugglers more than $5,000 per person – with more than 170,000 apprehended in the month.

Supreme Court Rejects Biden's OSHA Vaccine Mandate on Private Employers; Upholds CMS Mandate

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate, 6-3, but upheld the CMS mandate, 5-4.

Supreme Court Rejects Biden's OSHA Vaccine Mandate on Private Employers; Upholds CMS Mandate

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate, 6-3, but upheld the CMS mandate, 5-4.

Anthony Fauci: ‘We’re Not Going to Eradicate’ the Coronavirus

Anthony Fauci on Wednesday reemphasized that the world will not “eradicate” the Chinese coronavirus, despite President Biden’s previous vow.

Poll: Less than One-Third of Voters Trust Coronavirus Info from Anthony Fauci

Less than one-third of voters trust coronavirus information coming from Dr. Anthony Fauci, a NewsNation survey released this week revealed.

Breitbart News Daily Podcast Ep. 50: Is the Tide Turning Against China, Biden, and COVID? Guest: Texas AG Ken Paxton

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joins today's podcast to discusses election integrity and immigration.

Kevin McCarthy Reaffirms Populist Promises to Establishment Axios

GOP leader Kevin McCarthy used an interview with establishment outlet Axios.com to reaffirm his populist promises to Breitbart News of pro-American immigration, economic, and technology policies.

Queen Strips Prince Andrew of All Military Titles and Patronages

Buckingham Palace announced Thursday that Queen Elizabeth has stripped her son Prince Andrew of all military titles and patronages.

Poll: Majority Disapprove of Biden's Handling of the Chinese Coronavirus

Most Americans disapprove of President Joe Biden's handling of the Chinese coronavirus, a poll released Wednesday found.

Sean Hannity on ‘Red-Handed’: ‘I Hear Peter Schweizer’s Book Is Going to Be Massive!’

“I hear Peter Schweizer’s book is going to be massive!” conservative host Sean Hannity told his national radio audience about Schweizer's the soon-to-be-released book "Red-Handed: How American Elites Got Rich Helping China Win."

Liz Cheney Considers McCarthy Subpoena over January 6

Liz Cheney reportedly said she may subpoena House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy after he wrote he would not cooperate with the January 6 Committee.

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