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Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro is the 10th candidate in a crowded field to qualify for the next presidential debates, taking place in September in Houston.
Joe Biden will have the nation’s first primary state essentially to himself as his top rivals jockey for attention from hundreds of Democratic officials gathered in San Francisco for the party’s last national meeting before presidential voting begins in February.
Still, Trump used Twitter to urge the Federal Reserve to stimulate the economy by cutting interest rates and returning to “quantitative easing” of its monetary policy.
Presidential candidate Julián Castro announced a proposal to boost animal welfare protections and strengthen the Endangered Species Act weakened by President Trump.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren offered a public apology over her past claim to tribal heritage, tackling a political liability in the 2020 presidential election.
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Shell Oil threatened its Pittsburgh workers with the loss of pay if they didn’t attend a Trump rally. The Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision allowed them to do it.
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