Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) on Sunday shot back at criticism that the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in her state has not been efficient enough. While appearing on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” host Margaret Brennan noted that White House sources have told reporters that Whitmer is not maxing out vaccine orders and claimed she was not being efficient in the allocation of doses. “I don’t think … Continue reading Michigan governor pushes back on criticism that state isn’t being efficient in vaccinations
Former President Donald Trump on Saturday expressed optimism that Republicans would regain control of the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm elections and win back the White House in 2024, according to prepared remarks obtained by the Associated Press. In a keynote address at the Republican National Committee’s donor summit in Florida, Trump did not explicitly say if he would be a candidate in … Continue reading Trump predicts that the GOP will retake Congress in 2022 and the White House in 2024
WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden is set to reveal his to begin with major steps to address weapon viciousness on Thursday, coordinating his organization to fix confinements on so-called phantom weapons, or untraceable weapons that can be built from parts acquired online, agreeing to senior organization authorities. The president too is anticipated to declare his assignment of David Chipman as the executive of the Equity … Continue reading Biden looks to stem ‘ghost guns,’ reveals other steps in the midst of rise in shootings.
Nearly half of new coronavirus infections nationwide are in just five states — a situation that is putting pressure on the federal government to consider changing how it distributes vaccines by sending more doses to hot spots. New York, Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey together reported 44% of the nation’s new COVID-19 infections, or nearly 197,500 new cases, in the latest available seven-day period, … Continue reading Nearly half of new US virus infections are in just 5 states
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — A Naval force surgeon shot and basically injured two U.S. mariners at a military office Tuesday, at that point fled to an adjacent Armed force base where he was shot and murdered, police and Naval force authorities said. Fantasy firma Woldesenbet, a negligible officer third lesson relegated to Post Derrick, started shooting with a rifle interior a Naval force office at … Continue reading Petty officer shoots 2 sailors; is stopped, killed on base
The federal government has significantly ramped up the pace of vaccinations as it works to end the COVID-19 pandemic. States with limited vaccine supply initially limited early doses to higher risk groups, such as the elderly.Biden initially set a goal of delivering 100 million jabs into people’s arms within his first 100 days in office. The goal has since been doubled to 200 million shots … Continue reading Biden to declare all US grown-ups qualified for antibody by April 19
Trump on Mondayrevealing that his re-election operation had refunded more than 10 percent of what it had raised online — $122 million of $1.2 billion — and that a flood of refunds had come after his campaign set up weekly recurring donations by default for online donors. Contributors had to uncheck a box to opt out, and the box became increasingly hard to find as … Continue reading Trump argues that his fund-raising was done legally.
President Joe Biden plans to announce Tuesday that he is moving up his deadline for states to make all American adults eligible for a coronavirus vaccine by almost two weeks.With all states having opened eligibility to the public or at least having announced when they plan to do so, Biden will announce that every adult in the country will be eligible to be vaccinated by April 19, according to … Continue reading Biden set to announce he’s moving deadline for all US adults to be eligible for Covid vaccine to April 19