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Health Care — White House offers new cancer investments
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State of play: The White House is not actively considering declaring a public health emergency for abortion. “We don’t believe that declaring a public health emergency would provide meaningful new resources in this fight,” Jen Klein, director of the White House gender policy council, told reporters. In other news, the White House outlined...
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Through tears, outgoing top White House aide says goodbye
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Outgoing White House chief of staff Ron Klain burst into tears Wednesday as he talked about his boss, President Joe Biden, and his decades of work with him. “This is the best job I've ever had,” said Klain, immediately crying after he said he couldn't promise a tear-free speech. Biden gently patted him on the back. The East...
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Biden, McCarthy to meet, discuss debt ceiling at White House
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy prepared Wednesday for a face-to-face meeting at the White House, the new Republican leader hoping to negotiate significant federal spending cuts in a broader deal to prevent a debt limit crisis. Biden has refused to engage in direct negotiations over raising the nation's...
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White House won’t say if Biden classified documents searches are over
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The White House on Wednesday refused to say if there will be more searches for classified documents kept at private properties belonging to President Biden following the FBI search of his Rehoboth Beach home earlier in the day in which every room was looked at. Ian Sams, a White House spokesperson for investigations, told reporters...
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Bill Clinton back at White House to push paid family leave
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Three decades after Bill Clinton signed the nation’s family and medical leave law, he was back at the White House on Thursday to hold forth on what it’s meant to the country, unspooling his trademark blend of storytelling and wonkiness. The 42nd president, now more than two decades out of office, seemed a little rusty at...
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'Daily Show's' Roy Wood to headline White House press dinner
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Real and fake news will collide again at this year's White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
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Top Biden economic adviser to leave White House
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Brian Deese, the top White House economic adviser to President Biden for the past two years, will depart the White House in the coming days, the president announced Thursday. Deese served as the director of the National Economic Council and helped craft Biden’s economic agenda. He was also a key player in negotiations with Congress...
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White House: Russian athletes should compete under neutral flag in Paris Olympics
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The White House on Thursday supported having Russian athletes compete in the upcoming Olympics under a neutral flag, aligning with Olympic officials' latest policy. The White House also supported not allowing the Russian or Belarusian flag at the Olympics, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said.  “In cases where sports organizations and event...
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White House outlines new investments to help families with kids fighting cancer
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The White House on Thursday marked one year since President Biden relaunched the Cancer Moonshot initiative, announcing a series of new efforts to reduce cancer deaths and provide support to those getting treatment. The National Cancer Institute will launch a new public-private partnership to assist families with children diagnosed with cancer, the...
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Reporter’s Notebook: How the White House mismanaged the classified documents case
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Washington Examiner White House Reporter Haisten Willis joins Jim Antle to discuss the White House’s strategy for handling President Joe Biden’s classified documents scandal.
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