President Biden says it ‘remains to be seen’ whether or not he’ll run for reelection in 2024

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President Joe Biden discussed the prospect of running for reelection in 2024 on the first episode of the new season of 60 Minutes, which aired on Sunday. Some Democrats are avoiding the question of whether or not the current president ought to make another bid for the presidency because it has become an issue. Although … Read more

Russell Crowe feared touching Kim Basinger in ‘L.A. Confidential’

Russell Crowe made his debut on the international film industry with the Australian production Romper Stomper in 1992. However, the actor was still relatively unknown to Hollywood when Curtis Hanson cast him as a tough-talking detective in the 1997 neo-noir thriller L.A. Confidential. (On September 19, the movie that has now become a classic will … Read more

There are 12 different careers that can result in an annual income of million dollars.

Here are 12 careers that might potentially earn you a million dollars a year. 1-EntrepreneurStart anything, from a small retail shop to a technology company with innovative ideas. and the capacity to bear risk. 2-A real estate agentProviding guidance and assisting clients to understand their real estate needs and helping them buy, sell, or rent … Read more

President Joe Biden’s Remarks on the Anniversary of the Terrorist Attack at the Airport in Kabul

Thirteen proud and patriotic American service members as well as more than 100 innocent Afghan civilians were killed in a terrible terrorist attack at the Kabul Airport a year ago. Many more people suffered injuries, and their wounds and experiences will have an impact on them for the rest of their lives. President Joe Biden … Read more

President Biden issues an executive order to put the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 into effect.

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CHIPS and Science Act 2022 Implementation Steering Council and Implementation Establishment by EO Launch of CHIPS.gov by the Department of Commerce In order to implement the semiconductor financing in the bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, President Biden signed an Executive Order today. With the passage of this law, prices will drop, there will be an increase in well-paying manufacturing jobs … Read more

The U.S. Department of State was recognized by Forbes as one of the nation’s top state employers for 2022.

Top state employers for 2022 – Forbes survey. The U.S. Department of State has been designated one of America’s Best-In-State Employers for both Virginia and Washington, DC for 2022 by Forbes in collaboration with Statista. In both DC and Virginia, the department came in third place for government services. The readiness of American employees at … Read more

U.S. Department of Education Announces Public Service Loan Forgiveness Exceeds $10 Billion in Debt Relief Due to Temporary Changes

The Department keeps urging borrowers to submit an application for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) before the October 31 deadline for waivers. The Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, run by the U.S. Department of Education, has now authorized more than $10 billion in debt relief for more than 175,000 students in just 10 … Read more

Professor Sarah Cleveland’s selection for the International Court of Justice

Professor Sarah Cleveland, a renowned expert in international law. Professor Sarah Cleveland, a renowned expert in international law with a wealth of experience in multilateral forums, will be put forward by the U.S. National Group to the Permanent Court of Arbitration for election to the International Court of Justice in 2023. We wholeheartedly endorse her … Read more

Nearly $26 million in funding has been given by the US Department of Labor to support workers’ equitable access to state unemployment insurance systems.

Grants under the American Rescue Plan Act are given to West Virginia, California, Iowa, Michigan, and Nevada. WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the award of roughly $26 million in grant money to enhance the delivery of unemployment insurance benefits to persons in California, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, and West Virginia who have trouble … Read more

The FTC Requests Additional Public Comments on Digital Media Advertising to Children

In conjunction with an event in October to examine kids’ ability to distinguish digital ads from surrounding content, FTC is asking for comments. Additional public feedback on how children are impacted by digital advertising and marketing communications that may blur the line between commercials and entertainment is being sought by the Federal Trade Commission. The … Read more

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