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WASHINGTON/DUBAI, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Whether or not Tehran and Washington accept a European Union "final" offer to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, neither is likely to declare the pact dead because keeping it alive serves both sides' interests, diplomats, analysts and officials said. "We are in no rush," said a senior Iranian official who spoke on condition of anonymity. Therefore, time is not of the essence for Iran," said a second senior Iranian official. read moreDANGLINGThe lack of better policy options for Washington, and Tehran's view that time is on its side, could leave the deal dangling. "It is unclear whether Iranian leaders have decided not to revive the deal or have not made a definitive decision, but either way, continuing this limbo period likely serves their interests," Rome said.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Trump, Biden, Dennis Ross, John Bolton, Salman Rushdie, Henry Rome, Parisa, Arshad Mohammed, Jonathan Landay, Mary Milliken, Grant McCool Organizations: U.S, Washington, EU, United, Iranian, Democrat, Republicans, Washington Institute for Near, White House, Eurasia Group, Thomson Locations: WASHINGTON, DUBAI, Tehran, Washington, Union, Iran, U.S, China, India, Ukraine, European, Iranian, Russia, United States, Rome, Parisa Hafezi, Dubai
Lake was no doubt also nodding to the worrisome demographic reality that some 60,000 Californians relocated to Arizona in 2020. One former longtime state G.O.P. (The home page for the Mohave County G.O.P. Another grudge was the senator’s opposition to a 2014 Arizona bill that would permit businesses to deny service to gay customers on religious grounds, insisting that in Arizona, “We welcome all people of all persuasions.”That year, despite McCain’s status as a war hero, the Arizona G.O.P. censured him “for his continued disservice to our state and nation,” in essence accusing its best-known Republican — and the 2008 G.O.P.
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Donald Trump arrives at Trump Tower the day after FBI agents raided his Mar-a-Lago Palm Beach home, in New York City, U.S., August 9, 2022. A search warrant released last week after the unprecedented search showed that Trump had 11 sets of classified documents at his home, and that the Justice Department had probable cause to conduct the search based on possible Espionage Act violations. "The Justice Department should "show that this was not just a fishing expedition, that they had due cause to go in and to do this, that they did exhaust all other means," Rounds said. The Department of Justice did respond to a request for comment on the FBI affidavit. "This is going to be up to the Justice Department to make a decision about what happened here, why it happened, and if it rises to the level of a crime," Klobuchar said.
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Donald Trump arrives at Trump Tower the day after FBI agents raided his Mar-a-Lago Palm Beach home, in New York City, U.S., August 9, 2022. REUTERS/David 'Dee' DelgadoWASHINGTON, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Republicans stepped up calls on Sunday for the release of an FBI affidavit showing the underlying justification for its seizure of documents at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. A search warrant released last week after the unprecedented search showed that Trump had 11 sets of classified documents at his home, and that the Justice Department had probable cause to conduct the search based on possible Espionage Act violations. "The Justice Department should "show that this was not just a fishing expedition, that they had due cause to go in and to do this, that they did exhaust all other means," Rounds said. He said it was "most disturbing" that Trump continued to hold the classified documents after the Justice Department sought their return.
Persons: Donald Trump, David, Dee, Delgado WASHINGTON, Donald Trump's Mar, Trump, Mike Rounds, NBC's, Rounds, we've, Mike Turner, Biden, Turner, Adam Schiff, David Lawder, Heather Timmons, Lisa Shumaker Organizations: Trump Tower, REUTERS, Justice Department, Republican, Department, Justice, House Intelligence, CNN, California Democrat, CBS, Thomson Locations: Lago, New York City, U.S, Delgado, California
It didn’t work, partly because too many Republicans had worked on it and wanted to pass it. And maybe Mr. Biden’s original, sweeping Build Back Better plan failed not because of obstructionism but because the country wasn’t sold on everything in it. For the past two years, lawmakers have paid workmanlike attention to a series of bipartisan bills on things that have been on the country’s to-do list for years. Eight of their bills have become law, and more could pass in the lame duck session. A 50-50 Senate meant that much of what passed had to be bipartisan, with at least 10 Republicans in support.
Persons: Mitch McConnell, Jason Grumet Organizations: Democratic, Center, Senate, Republicans Locations: cyberattacks
Liz Cheney will continue her fight against Trump even if she loses her Wyoming primary on Tuesday. "We'll see what happens, but I don't think she's gone by any means. Though if Cheney loses, she is widely expected to stay in the spotlight and continue her fight to rid the Republican Party of Trump. Some are floating possibilities like a presidential candidacy or a top post in a future Republican administration. I think Cheney would be a great opportunity to bridge the gap between Democrats, Republicans, independents."
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The number of Americans who owe at least $1 million in federal student loans has been growing over the past few years. Many Republican lawmakers have slammed the idea of canceling student debt for all federal borrowers because the highest earners, like doctors and lawyers, would benefit. Interest on student loans is why many borrowers experience difficulty eliminating their debt, or even keeping up with their payments. There are no limits on loans borrowers can take out through grad PLUS, loans exclusively available to graduate and professional students. Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal said in June that spiraling debt from PLUS loans was "definitely something we're watching."
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Rep. Eric Swalwell shared a disturbing voice message he got at one of his California offices. Swalwell said he believes he's being targeted by Republican politicians and voters because of the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell) August 10, 2022"I hope someone cuts that motherf---er throat from ear to ear. This isn't the first time Swalwell has shared a threatening voice message he's received. Last year, he shared the audio of a disturbing voice message from a Tucker Carlson fan.
Persons: Eric Swalwell, Swalwell, he's, , Donald Trump's Mar, Trump, McCarthy, MAGA, Tucker Carlson Organizations: Republican, FBI, Service, , Trump, MAGA Republicans Locations: California, Mar, Castro Valley , California, Florida
Sen. Mitt Romney said he could see Rep. Liz Cheney running for president in the future. Still, Romney said he hopes Cheney wins her primary in Wyoming on Tuesday. But I recognize that in the time of Trump that may not be possible," Romney told Insider at the Capitol on August 3. Cheney has said her focus is on winning her primary and her work as vice chair on the House select committee investigating January 6. "At this point, I have not made a decision about 2024," Cheney told CNN in July, adding that she'll make a decision "down the road."
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Trump was initially "upbeat" about the FBI Mar-a-Lago raid as he believed it would benefit him, per The Washington Post. GOP support began to wane following reports that Trump might have taken classified documents about nuclear weapons. In response, Trump's formerly buoyant mood has at times turned dark, the report says. Sources told The Washington Post that Trump believed the FBI raid would benefit him as it looked like the Justice Department had overreached. Following this shift in support, Trump's buoyant mood has at times turned dark, The Post reported, according to people who had been around him.
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Asa Hutchinson says that fellow GOP members need to "pull back on casting judgment" on the FBI after the agency's search of former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate for classified documents. "Well, if the GOP is going to be the party of supporting law enforcement, law enforcement includes the FBI," Hutchinson responded. "As a United States attorney, I work with the FBI, the DEA, the federal law enforcement agencies. "Let's support law enforcement. Whether it's the DEA, the FBI, or your local law enforcement," he added."
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UMWA president Cecil Roberts praised Joe Manchin's role in crafting the Inflation Reduction Act. Roberts said the legislation would help West Virginia miners and dismissed criticism of the bill as "absolute bull." A group of Appalachian coal organizations said they were "shocked and disheartened" by Manchin's involvement with the bill. "This is one of the first times Congress can actually take steps to support the coal industry, which few ever expected." However, Manchin — a former governor who has long been adept at the unique retail politicking of West Virginia — was able to defy the Republican lean of the state in 2018 and win reelection.
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“It was an unprecedented action that needs to be supported by unprecedented justification,” Representative Brian Fitzpatrick, Republican of Pennsylvania and a former F.B.I. But he added, “I have urged all my colleagues to make sure they understand the weight of their words.”The calls for a more cautious tone came as threats emerged against law enforcement. headquarters and issuing general calls for ‘civil war’ and ‘armed rebellion,’” said the bulletin, which was obtained by The New York Times. Adding to the sense of alarm, another gunman crashed a car into a barricade outside the Capitol around 4 a.m. on Sunday. After he exited the car and it became engulfed in flames, he shot into the air several times before killing himself, the Capitol Police said.
Persons: Brian Fitzpatrick, ’ ” Organizations: Republican, Department of Homeland Security, , The New York Times, Capitol, Capitol Police Locations: Pennsylvania, Cincinnati
WASHINGTON — The Republican Party’s post-FBI-raid rally around former President Donald Trump could provide an inadvertent boost to another politician: President Joe Biden. Biden wouldn’t dare touch the politics of a criminal investigation, according to White House officials and party operatives. “It only diminishes the credibility of the professional investigations that are going on.”That’s a view shared by the White House. And, most important to the White House, many are tying Republicans’ defense of Trump to Biden’s case that the party is too extreme. One Democratic lawmaker who is close to the Biden White House has a different set of mixed feelings about the raid.
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Behind the scenes, the White House was being kept in the loop. And Ron Klain, White House of Staff, was in regular contact with Schumer. “Because of the way 2021 ended … it probably made it difficult when they were re-engaging to bring in the White House too heavily,” said one Democratic senator, who said he didn’t see any White House presence on the Hill. For the better part of a year, Sinema had made her red lines very clear with Schumer, Manchin and other colleagues. The leader then spent the rest of the evening briefing Senate Democrats and key House members, as well as numerous environmental groups, to win their support.
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The legislation to fight climate change and lower prescription drug prices aims to cut domestic greenhouse gas emissions. Republicans are favored to win a majority in the House and could also take control of the Senate. The fossil fuel protections disappointed progressives but posed no barrier to Democratic support. "We don't support the expansion of fossil fuel leasing," said Representative Pramila Jayapal, who heads the Congressional Progressive Caucus. read moreThe bill's main revenue source is a 15% corporate minimum tax aimed at stopping large, profitable companies from gaming the Internal Revenue Service code to slash their tax bills to zero.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi, Steny Hoyer, Leah Millis, Kevin McCarthy, Pramila Jayapal, David Morgan, Moira Warburton, Rose Horowitch, Ross Colvin, Alistair Bell, Daniel Wallis Organizations: Democratic, House, Reuters.com, Reuters, U.S, Capitol, REUTERS, Leah Millis Read, Republican, Republicans, Investors, Congressional Progressive Caucus, EV, Internal Revenue, Thomson Locations: Washington, North America
Despite that threat, one day later, when the right-wing media outlet Breitbart News published the warrant underlying the Mar-a-Lago search, it did not redact the names of the F.B.I. Still, Ms. Kleinfeld said, there are ways of lowering the average person’s tolerance for violence. Political violence can also be made more palatable by couching it as defensive action against a belligerent enemy. “The right, at this point, is doing all three of these things at once,” Ms. Kleinfeld said. There is little evidence that Republicans and right-wing media figures have tempered their rhetoric, even as Congress and the Justice Department investigate the Jan. 6 attack.
Persons: Rachel Kleinfeld, Kleinfeld, Ms Organizations: Breitbart, Trump, Capitol Police, Carnegie Endowment, International, Justice Department, Republicans
But Mr. Reddy, 71, said most of his Indian American friends saw the Republican Party as “all white.”“That’s the only popular perception,” he said. National Democratic organizations, including the advocacy group Indian American Impact, mounted a fierce campaign targeting Asian American voters with information about Mr. Perdue’s insulting conduct. A supporter of Mr. Trump for years, Mr. Reddy said it had grown difficult to justify his behavior. Republicans in Georgia have taken something of a divide-and-conquer approach to the Asian American vote. The governor appointed the first Asian American justice to Georgia’s Supreme Court and Republicans have recruited a few Asian American candidates to run in state legislative seats.
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The Biden administration said there will be a "regular drum beat" push to promote several initiatives. "I ran for office on a bold climate agenda that would deliver justice to communities facing legacy pollution and hurting the most from climate change. Environmental groups have largely thrown their support behind the Democrats' legislation, which passed the Senate on Sunday. The bill also includes funding for rural communities and communities with fossil fuel-based economies to make the transition to clean energy. Zaidi said the legislation is poised to expand local groups' direct access to funding after Biden previously heard concerns from environmental justice leaders on the front lines of their communities.
Persons: Biden, Joe Biden, Ali Zaidi, Zaidi, it's, Christina DeConcini, Abigail Dillen, Maria Lopez, Lopez, Nuñez Organizations: House Democrats, White, Republicans, Environmental, Council Locations: Gulf of Mexico, Alaska, Newark , New Jersey
Among the health provisions stands a crown jewel — a provision allowing Medicare to regulate the prices of some drugs. Legal, political and economic uncertainties make it very difficult to predict what this new authority will ultimately mean for drug prices and for consumers. This would exempt the drug from Medicare’s price-setting authority while minimizing the drug company’s financial losses. Thus, in the long run, it likely won’t constrain Medicare’s prices very much. Some Democrats think the current bill doesn’t go far enough and should just be the jumping off point for Medicare’s ability to regulate drug prices.
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Fetterman’s campaign wouldn’t say how many debates he will commit to and dismissed Oz’s gambit as a sign of desperation. A heart surgeon, Oz has been careful to not directly question or criticize Fetterman’s health. Fetterman's campaign said he has held three private fundraisers recently — one on July 21 in Philadelphia, another on Aug. 9 in Philadelphia and one on Aug. 10 in Camp Hill. Adding pressure to Fetterman as he recovers: four of the five debates Oz wants would require the candidates to stand for an hour. Republicans have grown increasingly worried with the state of Oz’s campaign and they’ve grown correspondingly more agitated with Fetterman.
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WASHINGTON — The House is expected to pass a sweeping Democratic bill to combat climate change and extend health care coverage Friday, sending it to President Joe Biden for his signature. The legislation would raise about $700 billion through corporate tax increases and prescription drug savings, and it would spend about $400 billion on clean energy and health care provisions. On Sunday, the Senate passed the package in a 51-50 vote, with Vice President Kamala Harris casting the tiebreaking vote. Democrats argue that it is a mechanism to target sophisticated tax evaders and bolster refund processing and customer service for ordinary Americans. In recent days, competing factions of the Democratic Party have been coalescing around the bill.
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The judge who approved the search warrant has received threats and increased attention. During his time as a federal prosecutor, Reinhart worked on the case against now-deceased Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender. "Every time I brought a search warrant to him – and I brought many – he read it, digested it, and asked questions," Cohen told USA Today. But, as Roger Stefin, a retired prosecutor, told USA Today, "Being a magistrate judge is not a political position." Aronberg also told USA Today that the "whole backlash against him is unfair."
Persons: Trump's, Lago, Bruce Reinhart, , Donald Trump's, MAGA, Reinhart, he's, Dave Aronberg, Reinhart's, Carolyn Bell, Rick Scott, Jeffrey Epstein, Trump, Epstein, Tim Mahoney, He's, Ellen Cohen, who'd, , Cohen, Democrats —, Barack Obama —, Jeb Bush's, Roger Stefin, Stefin, Aronberg Organizations: Mar, FBI, Service, Court Southern District of, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Gov, Republican, Beach Bar Association, US Treasury, Department of Justice, United, Southern, Southern District of, US, New York Post, Democratic, USA, Politico, Republicans, Democrats, Obama, Fund, Florida Republican Gov, Florida, Democrat, USA Today Locations: Mar, Court Southern District of Florida, Palm Beach, Florida, Beach, Southern District, Southern District of Florida, Democratic Florida
Many of Trump's GOP allies have clamored for the DOJ to release its Mar-a-Lago search warrant and supporting documentation. On Thursday, the DOJ moved to do just that, asking a court to unseal portions of the warrant. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Thursday at a news conference that the Justice Department has filed a motion to unseal portions of the warrant following Trump's "public confirmation of the search." Larry Hogan, have asked the Justice Department to publicly talk about its investigation into Trump. Ultimately, said the former DOJ official, Trump "talked himself into" the department moving to unseal its Mar-a-Lago search warrant.
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A corner of the hedge-fund world can't stop talking about one of Millenium Partners' most prominent trading teams. Glen Scheinberg, the portfolio manager whose team has minted billions of dollars for Millenium, became a hot topic on Wall Street. Hedge funders seemingly can't stop chatting about the fate of Millennium's index-rebalance king. Searches on the Bloomberg terminal for Glen Scheinberg — the portfolio manager whose team has met with much success at Millenium — spiked to 1,300 one afternoon in June. Meet Kasper Knokgaard, a partner at private-equity firm EQT and global head of its services sector team.
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