Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y. said Friday he will file a complaint against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's aide after a bombshell admission that she withheld data on COVID-19 deaths at nursing homes to avoid federal scrutiny.
President Biden conceded that his push to fold a $15 minimum wage into a broader COVID-19 relief package likely won't "survive."
Google is the latest tech company to halt political donations to members of Congress who voted against certifying the results of the presidential election.
Some GOP lawmakers are resisting President-elect Joe Biden's proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15 and fold the new requirement into the next COVID-19 relief bill.
Facebook, Lyft and DoorDash announced Wednesday that they will no longer be donating to the Republican Attorneys General Association after reports that the group helped organize robocalls urging protesters to descend on the Capitol on Jan. 6, when a violent mob attacked the building.
More than 170 business executives are urging lawmakers to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election and stop any further delays "in the orderly transfer of power," they wrote in a letter Monday.
Yet another financial firm is leaving Wall Street and headed to the Sunshine State, the latest trend born of the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced scores of workers into remote settings, slashing the need for expensive office space in the Big Apple.
The U.S. announced a fresh wave of sanctions against Iran on Tuesday-- this time aimed at 17 companies that supply the regime with materials for the steel industry.
Walmart blamed a short-lived tweet calling GOP Sen. Josh Hawley a "#soreloser" on a mistake by an employee who meant to add the comment to a personal account rather than the corporate Twitter page.