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Major US mall owner files for bankruptcy

Washington Prime Group, a major mall owner of more than 100 locations across the United States, filed for bankruptcy, citing pandemic-related shutdowns.

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Analysis: How Joe Manchin speaks for a lot of Americans

West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin is increasingly drawing the ire of progressive Democrats. With the slimmest of majorities in the Senate, Democrats need every vote and Manchin's unwillingness to bend on issues such as filibuster reform is getting in the way of the party's legislative priorities.

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Rubio says US must fight China's 'extraterritorial reach,' citing CNN report

US Sen. Marco Rubio said Thursday that the United States needed to fight back against the "extraterritorial reach" of the Chinese government to better protect Uyghurs around the world, citing a CNN investigation into the alleged deportation of Uyghurs from several major Arab countries at Beijing's request.

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Here's how Joe Manchin can show he's a true patriot

There's still time for Joe Manchin to stop pontificating and do what is best for the country. With the US Senate split 50-50 along party lines, his vote -- as the most conservative Democratic senator, from the very Republican state of West Virginia -- on everything from the massive Covid relief bill to the infrastructure bill is essential for the Biden administration to get major legislation passed in Congress.

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Key week for infrastructure talks arrives as Biden's agenda faces major obstacles in Congress

President Joe Biden's legislative agenda faces a critical month ahead as he and congressional Democrats work to secure agreements with Republicans on several key items -- including a far-reaching infrastructure bill and a policing overhaul -- and gear up for action on voting legislation they believe must pass to overcome efforts in GOP-led states to restrict voting rights.

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Poll: Two-thirds of Americans say life is at least somewhat back to pre-pandemic normal

Two-thirds of US adults now say their lives are at least somewhat back to normalcy, according to a new Gallup survey, reflecting a major shift in sentiments since last fall. Americans are more optimistic and less worried about coronavirus than at any point previously in the course of the pandemic, although disruptions due to the virus -- and partisan divides over its impact -- persist.

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If the Senate drops the ball on this legislation, we all have a problem

President Joe Biden is stepping up the fight to protect the voting rights of all Americans. During the commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre 100th anniversary on Tuesday, Biden called on Congress to move on the For the People Act -- a bill that would make major changes to laws on campaigns, voting and government ethics, and that has been stalled in the Senate.

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Trump shuts down his blog after less than a month

The blog page that former President Donald Trump launched less than one month ago, after his team suggested he'd be launching a major new social platform, has been permanently shuttered.

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