New York City's largest public employee union pushed back against Mayor Bill de Blasio's requirement that all city employees be vaccinated or face weekly COVID-19 tests by mid-September.
The Chinese telecom giant Huawei is hiring Washington lobbyist Tony Podesta – the brother of former top Obama aide John Podesta – in an effort to help improve its ties to the Biden administration, Politico reported.
Infrastructure talks in the Senate on Thursday and Friday seemed to teeter on the edge of failure as some Republicans began airing grievances over Democrats' transit-related demands, with a Monday deadline looming for another procedural vote on the bill.
Republicans on the House Budget Committee are asking congressional leaders to including spending controls with any increase debt ceiling increase, as the July 31 expiration of the debt limit suspension looms.
The Department of Homeland Security is cracking down on cybersecurity, mandating that pipeline owners take action in the wake of the Colonial Pipeline attack.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) last year gave coronavirus relief money to the Confucius Institute, a Chinese Communist Party front group that functions as a propaganda arm for the brutal regime at American colleges.
A Microsoft executive on Wednesday detailed the "frightening" abuse by the Department of Justice of "secrecy orders" that allow the government to take Americans' data from tech companies without ever letting them know.
Republicans are lauding a federal court's decision Tuesday to slap the Biden administration with a preliminary injunction preventing it from implementing the president's "pause" on oil and gas leases on federal lands.
Rep. Jim Banks is proposing a change to House rules requiring committees to report how legislation will affect inflation to highlight the recent price increases many Republicans attribute to President Biden's policies.