Comment “Buy America” ​​pourrait faire dérailler les trains à grande vitesse

Le président Joe Biden est le champion le plus célèbre des trains de voyageurs du pays – mais certains de ses partisans craignent que sa politique ne réduise à néant les derniers espoirs d’apporter un véritable train à grande vitesse aux États-Unis Le renforcement par Biden des exigences de financement fédérales «Buy America» pourrait rendre … Read more

Republicans invade 2024 race. It boosts Trump, but may help the GOP in the end

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination last week at Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, South Carolina. (Mic Smith/Associated Press) The race for the Republican presidential nomination, once a two-way battle between former President Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, is increasingly crowded. Sen. Tim Scott of South … Read more

Many Republican representatives are unhappy with the debt ceiling agreement, and one has vowed not to “bankrupt our country.”

Kevin McCarthy with President Joe Biden during an Oval Office meeting on the debt ceiling on May 22.Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy have reached an agreement in principle on the debt ceiling. Some Republican and Democratic congressmen are unhappy with the fine print of the deal. At least two Republican … Read more

Why Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Impeachment Fight Isn’t Over Yet

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas legislature has already made a historic decision with its removal from office of Republican state attorney general Ken Paxton. Another arrives. The GOP-led House of Representatives on Saturday approved 20 articles of impeachment over broad allegations of wrongdoing that have dogged the state’s top lawyer for years, including abuse … Read more

Asylum seekers say joy over Title 42 ending turns to angst induced by new US rules

TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — On the day President Joe Biden’s administration ended a public health measure blocking many asylum seekers at the Mexican border during the coronavirus pandemic, Teodoso Vargas was ready to show American officials his scars and photos of his bullets. body. Instead, he stood frozen with his pregnant wife and 5-year-old son … Read more