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It's time for corporations to pay what they owe

America's corporate sector owes the rest of the economy big time. And the Biden administration is taking first steps to redress this through long-overdue tax reforms that will help pay for the modernization of infrastructure that businesses -- and all of us -- need to thrive.

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Biden keeping Trump's pick for Moscow ambassador in place

The Biden administration recently decided to keep the Trump-appointed US ambassador on the job in Moscow for the foreseeable future, two senior administration officials told CNN, demonstrating a willingness to nurture areas of stability in the US-Russia relationship after it got off to a tumultuous start.

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Lt. Gov.: The US needs a national hotspot strategy

Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist responds to the Biden administration's policy of allocating Covid-19 vaccines based on states' populations, saying it does not account for hotspots like his state where coronavirus cases are surging.

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US eyes eventual Iraq exit as ISIS threat wanes

The Biden administration is eying an eventual withdrawal of US troops from Iraq as the country's security forces grow more capable and the threat of ISIS wanes, the two countries announced in a joint statement Wednesday.

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Manchin warns Biden's infrastructure bill is in trouble over corporate tax hikes

Sen. Joe Manchin, an influential centrist Democrat, warned Monday that the Biden administration's massive infrastructure package can't pass in its current form because he and a handful of other Senate Democrats believe the corporate tax hikes proposed in the bill -- designed to offset its costs -- are too steep.

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US and members of Iran nuclear deal will meet next week in Vienna

The members of the Iran nuclear deal and the United States will visit Vienna next week in the first effort to kickstart face-to-face negotiations to salvage the pact since the Biden administration came into office, a senior administration official said.

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Opinion: Impending doom? We can avoid it

Thank God for vaccines. The Biden administration's mass vaccination campaign comes just as spring brings warmer weather and longer days, fueling a sense of broad optimism for many across the United States. On weekend nights, cities like New York are again brimming with pleasure-seekers; you can feel the raw and almost feral enthusiasm of millions of people coming out of our Covid cages. Plans for summer travel are being laid. Parents are hugging their adult children and meeting new grandchildren for the first time.

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