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The president is doubling down on bad regulations that raise labor and material costs of federal infrastructure projects.
A grant revoked under President Donald Trump will be returned.
When pressed by NBC's Lester Holt in a Tuesday interview, Harris laughed the question off.
Kamala Harris Campaigned on a Kinder, Gentler Migration Policy. Now She's Telling Guatemalans, 'Do Not Come.'
By discouraging Guatemalans from coming to the U.S., Harris hopes to keep migrants away from a legal immigration pathway they’re eligible to pursue.
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More spending on more intrusive government is the Biden agenda all the way down.
The Commerce Department is planning to hike tariffs on Canadian lumber from about 9 percent to more than 18 percent.
And Trump is taking full credit.
Senate Republicans Released a $928 Billion Infrastructure Plan. Biden Says It Still Doesn't Spend Enough.
For the president, the spending is the point.
In Biden's plan, the government would consume a historically large share of the economy—and those taxes still wouldn't be enough to pay for everything
Secret Recordings Reveal Officials Discussing 'Filthy' Conditions of 4,632 Immigrant Kids Held in Texas Tent Camp
In recordings and documents obtained by Reason, officials at the Fort Bliss tent camp admit that children lack basic necessities such as underwear and access to medical care.
American consumers are bearing nearly 93 percent of the costs of the tariffs applied to Chinese goods, according to Moody's Investors Service.
The White House Is Hoping New Vaccine Partnership With Dating Apps Will Convince Singles To Get Their Shots
This new initiative will "help people meet people who have that universally attractive quality: They've been vaccinated from COVID-19," said White House COVID-19 adviser Andy Slavitt.
Biden has tapped her to be assistant secretary for civil rights yet again.
Monday's announcement of a truce in the conflict is good. Peace would be better. Biden should drop Trump's steel tariffs.
Building more and better energy infrastructure is the best guarantee against fuel and electricity disruptions.
The economic aid package paid people not to work. So it's no surprise that many aren't working.
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Jobs data casts doubt on the idea that the COVID-19 pandemic is uniquely setting women back.
The state and local tax deduction overwhelmingly benefits rich households in high-tax states while shifting their federal tax burden to everyone else.
Biden Claims 5 Past Fed Chairs Back His Jobs Plan, but 2 Are Dead and 2 More Have Been Quiet About It
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"Conservation will ultimately boil down to rewarding the private landowner who conserves the public interest," wrote naturalist Aldo Leopold.
Trump imposed huge tariffs on imported steel and Biden is keeping them in place even as American businesses beg for relief.
This feel-good gesture will discourage future investment and innovation.
Like all licensing schemes, this one will raise prices for consumers, hurt entrepreneurs, and protect the interests of the big guys in the market.
The pharmaceutical industry is on track to supply enough doses to vaccinate 7 billion people this year.
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Biden's argument about a strategic competition with China ignores America's advantages.
The White House says cracking down on tax cheats will generate $700 billion over 10 years to help offset a $1.8 trillion expansion of welfare programs.
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Biden's Infrastructure Plan Would Redefine 'Broadband' To Justify Spending $100 Billion on Government-Run Internet
The Biden administration is manufacturing a market failure to justify spending $100 billion on municipal broadband and other government-run internet projects.
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55 percent of Americans say they favor providing a "pathway to citizenship" for undocumented immigrants and 56 percent say that simplifying the process for legal immigration is the best way to reduce illegal immigration.
The plan would require a substantial retirement of machines that run on fossil fuels.
The effort to redefine everything as infrastructure is a gift to central planners—because infrastructure is, almost by definition, centrally planned.
His explanation makes little sense.
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Just because a politician says something doesn't make it so.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Sues Biden Administration for Not Studying the Environmental Impact of More Migrants Coming Into the U.S.
A signature priority of President Donald Trump's administration was paring back federal environmental laws. Republicans are now stretching the definition of those same laws to save the former president's immigration policies.