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Millions of Americans risk eviction as virus cases spike

Millions of Americans could find themselves homeless starting Sunday as a nationwide ban on evictions expires, against a backdrop of surging coronavirus cases and political fingerpointing. The CDC feared homelessness would boost coronavirus infections.
Presidential ElectionWashington Examiner

Voters are rightly blaming Biden for inflation

An economy growing at 6.4% would be great news for most White Houses. But with inflation surging to 5.4%, many are not feeling the economic good times, and they know exactly whom to blame. “Everything just costs more, and no one’s really making more other than if you get government...
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The rent is now due, America

CNN — It’s like Democrats in the White House and Congress forgot the date. Now it’s the first of the month and rent – and back rent – is suddenly due for millions of Americans who have been shielded from eviction during the pandemic. Millions of households could face eviction...
U.S. Politicsmsn.com

Missed debt ceiling deadline kicks off high-stakes fight

The legal limit on how much debt the U.S. government can owe was reimposed Sunday, kicking off a high-stakes battle over federal spending with dire implications for global financial markets. A two-year deal to suspend the debt ceiling lapsed at midnight following inaction from Congress and President Biden to give...

Trump raises big money in early 2021, but doesn't spend much

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A fundraising group run by former President Donald Trump raised $62 million in the first half of the year but only spent $3 million, with the biggest chunk of money going to a pro-Trump research center and more than $65,000 to Trump's own hotels, according to federal records published on Saturday.
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Times of San Diego

Opinion: As California’s Crises Multiply, Early Recall Election Could Backfire on Newsom

Gov. Gavin Newsom and his pals in the Legislature thought they were being very clever when they advanced the date of his recall election several weeks to Sept. 14. At the time, less than a month ago, events seemed to be going Newsom’s way and an earlier election would, they believed, take advantage of those circumstances while giving his enemies less time to persuade voters to oust him.