U.S. Judge Halts Trump's TikTok Ban, The 2nd Court To Fully Block The Action

December 7, 2020 - 8:36pm EST
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A federal judge in Washington found that the administration's proposed ban was "arbitrary and capricious" and the president overstepped his authority in using emergency economic powers.

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President Biden promised to tackle racial equity when he came to office. There are few tangible changes so far, and proposals woven into his massive social program spending bill are at risk.

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The Federal Reserve is adopting new restrictions on investments after active trading last year by two regional Fed bank presidents drew criticism.

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The House voted 229-202 to hold Bannon in contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena from the Jan. 6 select committee.

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The saga over Sen. Joe Manchin's political party affiliation comes after a Mother Jones article claimed the West Virginia Democrat had plans to become an independent. Machin has denied the report.

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Jackson is the state capital, but it wrestles with poverty, infrastructural problems, including water issues, and a conservative state government.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland told lawmakers he's working to keep the Justice Department out of politics after four years of chaos during the Trump presidency.

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As Democrats keep working towards a scaled-back spending bill, the Duchess of Sussex urged them not to "compromise or negotiate" over a national paid family leave program.

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Democrats' legislation to alleviate voting restrictions in some states was scaled back in order to get Republican senators on board. But in the end, no GOP lawmakers backed the bill.

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An investigation by the district attorney for Westchester County is examining property valuations at Trump National Golf Club in Westchester. The probe adds to Trump's legal headaches in New York.