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Read previewIsrael's ongoing war in Gaza — and President Joe Biden's continued support for it — has become a major issue in the 2024 election. After Hamas killed more than 1,200 people in its October 7 attack, Israel launched a counteroffensive aimed at eliminating the group. Here's a guide to where President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump stand on Israel — and why some are threatening to stay home or cast protest votes in November. I mean, moving shots of bombs being dropped into buildings in Gaza… it's a very bad picture for the world." For these voters — some of whom may have even had family members killed in Gaza — they argue that the war outweighs all other considerations.
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I work for a House Democrat who has endorsed Biden's plan for a negotiated, two-sided cease-fire — but that's absolutely not far enough. AdvertisementWhen it's constituents saying this, I understand: They don't understand exactly how congressional offices work, they don't know how Congress functions. We have seen an unprecedented influx of constituent sentiment in support of a cease-fire, and in some lawmakers' offices, that sentiment is not being listened to at the most senior level. You don't know who's going to step in and replace you in that job. You don't know if they're going to hire someone who just does not believe in the humanity of the Palestinian people.
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False reports about the jury instructions in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial have been spreading across right-wing media, leading to threats against the judge overseeing the case. Those "unlawful means" aren't charges themselves and would not result in separate convictions, so jurors do not have to unanimously agree on them. The jury instruction was complex and nuanced and some right-wing accounts ran with false reports. On X, after a right-wing influencer asked followers who among them wanted to see Merchan locked up for treason. In August, Trump supporters posted the names and addresses of the Fulton County grand jurors who indicted Trump and 18 of his co-defendants.
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And so, after a successful pilot run, the tax agency has announced that it's making its new free direct file program permanent. The Direct File program first launched in twelve states for the 2023 filing season following a successful pilot. "Since the direct file pilot was completed in April, we have heard directly from hundreds of organizations across the country, more than a hundred members of Congress, from individual direct file users, and those that are interested in using direct file," Werfel said. The new Direct File program has encountered some pushback from paid tax services. Did you use Direct File and save time or money?
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Using data from the Fed's Survey of Consumer Finances, the analysis finds that over a million Americans ages 55 to 64 are holding student loans, or have spouses with loans. There are a range of reasons why older borrowers might be struggling to pay off their student loans. Millennials are most likely to hold student debt with an average balance of about $35,000, and while fewer Gen Xers have student debt, their average balance is higher at about $48,000, according to TransUnion. Provisions are being rolled out by President Joe Biden's Education Department that could ease the burden of student debt on older borrowers. AdvertisementAre you a Gen Xer with student debt who is worried about retirement?
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewAhead of Israel's assault on Rafah, President Joe Biden issued several stark warnings to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. A $1 billion arms dealThe statement suggests Biden will continue to move forward with a $1 billion weapons package to Israel. As BI previously reported, the weapons deal could be seen as an attempt to heal Biden's relationship with Netanyahu and to halt accusations that the US is emboldening Iran. For instance, Biden previously withheld a shipment of bombs before announcing that the planned weapons deal would go ahead.
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Robert De Niro outside Manhattan Criminal Court on May 28, 2024. CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / Getty ImagesThe Democrats seem to be using De Niro's feud against Trump again this year ahead of the 2024 elections. "Trump wants revenge, and he'll stop at nothing to get it." De Niro claimed in his speech that Trump wants to destroy New York, America, and the world. "I never knew how small, both mentally and physically, Wacko Former Actor Robert De Niro was," Trump wrote on Wednesday.
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Elon Musk had breakfast with Donald Trump and Nelson Peltz in March, The Wall Street Journal reported. The men shared gripes about Joe Biden's performance as president and talked about voter fraud, . It's one example of how much relations between Musk and Trump have warmed up. AdvertisementYou can trace the warming relationship between former President Donald Trump and Elon Musk to some eggs, bacon, and fruit on a Sunday morning. The two men met with Nelson Peltz in March at Montsorrel, Peltz's estate in Palm Beach, Florida, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCEA Chair Jared Bernstein: We're doing all we can to lower costs for AmericansJared Bernstein, President Biden’s Council of Economic Advisers chair, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the state of the economy, President Biden's gas release plan, inflation concerns, and more.
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White House to support new nuclear power plants in the U.S.
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The White House on Wednesday plans to announce new measures to support the development of new U.S. nuclear power plants, a large potential source of carbon-free electricity the government says is needed to combat climate change. And a new tool will help developers figure out how to cut capital costs for new nuclear reactors. No new U.S. nuclear plants are currently being built. Vogtle is now the largest U.S. source of clean energy, the White House said. Nuclear energy accounts for about 19% of U.S. power generation, compared with 4% for solar and 10% for wind.
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Israel expects its war against Hamas to last months more — past the US election. That could keep the war in Gaza at the top of voters' minds. Biden's support for Israel is causing him to lose traction among young voters, polls show. AdvertisementA top Israeli official says the war in Gaza should last at least through the end of the year. And that's potentially terrible news for Joe Biden's presidential campaign, which has been struggling to shore up support among young voters who criticize his support of Israel.
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Associate Justice Samuel Alito poses during a group photo of the Justices at the Supreme Court in Washington, April 23, 2021. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Wednesday rejected Democratic lawmakers' requests that he recuse himself from key cases related to former President Donald Trump and the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot following reports that flags linked to Trump's supporters were flown at his properties. "I was not aware of any connection between that historic flag and the 'Stop the Steal Movement,' and neither was my wife," Alito wrote. Trump, who is awaiting a verdict in his criminal hush money trial in Manhattan Supreme Court, applauded Alito for declining to remove himself from the case. "Congratulations to United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito for showing the INTELLIGENCE, COURAGE, and 'GUTS' to refuse stepping aside from making a decision on anything January 6th related," Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social .
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCFR's Michael Froman on the Israel-Hamas war, Biden's Israel policy and state of Russia-Ukraine warMichael Froman, Council on Foreign Relations President and former U.S. Trade Representative in the Obama administration, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the latest developments in the Israel-Hamas war, the deadly Israeli strike on Rafah, President Biden's policy towards Israel, state of the Russia-Ukraine war, and more.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewLawsuits to block some of President Joe Biden's targeted student-debt relief efforts are simmering — and a court ruling might have signaled how one case will fare. "Plaintiffs have not alleged that any of their employees have stopped seeking PSLF forgiveness because of the adjustment," the court's decision said. In March, 11 GOP state attorneys general filed a lawsuit to block the SAVE income-driven repayment plan, which the Education Department implemented last summer to give borrowers more affordable monthly payments. Economic assumptions alone were not enough for the Sixth Circuit, nor, for that matter, for the Supreme Court," the Education Department wrote in its legal filing.
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The meeting is part of the Republicans' impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. The co-chairman of a super PAC supporting Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s presidential campaign announced plans Tuesday to publish a tell-all memoir this summer by an Arkansas woman who had a child with Hunter Biden, the youngest son of President Joe Biden. "Out of the Shadows: My Life Inside the Wild World of Hunter Biden" is written by Lunden Roberts, who gave birth to Hunter Biden's daughter in 2018. Roberts' memoir will be published by Skyhorse Publishing, a company whose president, Tony Lyons, is a co-founder of the pro-Kennedy super PAC American Values 2024. Lyons said a press release that Roberts' memoir contains "revelations that could well impact the outcome of the 2024 election."
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"He doesn't belong in my city," De Niro, a native New Yorker, said of Trump during a press conference hosted by President Joe Biden's reelection campaign outside Manhattan Supreme Court. Immediately following the Biden campaign event, Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller accused Biden of employing a "washed-up actor" to campaign for him in a Hail Mary attempt to reverse Trump's narrow lead in 2024 election polls. The De Niro event marks the first time the Biden campaign has appeared outside Trump's trial, which began more than five weeks ago. As the criminal trial winds down, the president's reelection campaign is planning to crank up its attacks on Trump, NBC News reported Friday. Defense attorney Todd Blanche began Tuesday's closing arguments by declaring, "President Trump is innocent."
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The Democratic National Committee plans to hold a "virtual roll call" to nominate President Joe Biden before the party's August convention — a tactic meant to spare Biden the increasing danger of being left off Ohio's general election ballot. Biden's campaign and DNC announced the move Tuesday as the state Legislature here opened a special session ordered by Republican Gov. The Democratic convention — where the party traditionally nominates its candidates for president and vice president — is scheduled after Ohio's Aug. 7 deadline for certifying candidates. The Biden campaign and DNC had for weeks resisted going forward with such plans. But in calling for the special session, DeWine requested that lawmakers tackle both a Biden ballot fix and a measure to ban foreign money in state ballot issue campaigns.
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A new poll shows Trump's polling gains have been powered by voters who didn't cast a ballot in 2020. The Times says these voters could stay home or return to Biden. Many of these voters actually lean Democratic, but they've drifted away from Biden over the economy. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Read previewTwo years ago, the University of Georgia football icon and then-Senate candidate Herschel Walker was seen by many Republicans as a future star in the party. Walker, running against Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock in the Georgia Senate race, won over many establishment politicians. Walker previously contributed $100,000 to the National Republican Senate Committee for a recount fund, and he also gave roughly $400,000 to charities, according to Politico. Brian Kemp — a conservative who clashed with Trump-aligned figures over the 2020 election — has largely bypassed the state party by utilizing his own political committee to fundraise. But Biden is eager to hold Georgia, as his 2020 win in the state was one of the biggest electoral triumphs for Democrats that year.
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Twelve New Yorkers will then weigh the possibility of a historic verdict: finding the first-ever former president guilty in a criminal trial. Polling shows that a guilty verdict has some potential peril. It's not hard to imagine that in responding to a potential guilty verdict Trump lashes out in a way that causes him more problems. The easiest prediction is that Trump's verdict will likely spawn a wave of donations. During the Manhattan criminal trial, Trump has sent repeated fundraising appeals, including when Justice Juan Merchan found Trump in contempt for violating his gag order.
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Gas prices trending lowerOil prices surged last month as Israel and OPEC member Iran stood on the brink of war, raising concern at the White House that gasoline prices could jump heading into the summer. When adjusting for inflation, pump prices are about 2% lower compared to last year, according to the Energy Information Administration. Even in costly California, gasoline prices are down about 27 cents over the past four weeks, he said. But de Haan said gasoline prices will likely edge lower through the Fourth of July holiday as refiners increase output, which should keep downward pressure on pump prices. "Since the pandemic, the summer driving season has not seen a surge in demand, which can push pump prices higher," said Gross, the AAA spokesperson.
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President Joe Biden's campaign needs a manager for "content and meme pages." The role involves collaborating with podcasters, digital media firms, and social media meme pages. President Joe Biden's campaign has the job for you, but you'd have to move to Wilmington, Delaware for it. Nestled in a list of jobs posted by the Biden campaign is one with the title: "partner manager for content and meme pages." The job description says that the person will build and maintain relationships with podcasters, digital media companies, and large meme pages.
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Circuit ruled against the SEC's denial of spot bitcoin ETFs, the regulatory agency "pivoted" and approved those funds in January. The bill sets up a regulatory framework for crypto assets. Gensler said crypto assets — and exchanges in particular exchanges — do not meet this test: "This field is not decentralized. He said crypto exchanges are "operating in ways that are conflicted in ways that traditional exchanges [are not]. Gensler says he is not against financial innovation The SEC chairman pushed back against the claim he was against financial innovation.
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Elon Musk, co-founder of Tesla and SpaceX and owner of X Holdings Corp., speaks at the Milken Institute's Global Conference at the Beverly Hilton Hotel,on May 6, 2024 in Beverly Hills, California. PARIS, France — Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Thursday that he doesn't support President Biden's recent announcement of a tariff on Chinese electric vehicles. "Neither Tesla nor I asked for these tariffs," Musk said during a question and answer session at the VivaTech conference Wednesday in Paris. "Tesla competes quite well in the market in China with no tariffs and no deferential support," Musk said Thursday. It's a change of tune for Musk, who suggested earlier this year that Chinese EV companies will crush competitors elsewhere in the absence of trade restrictions.
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Elon Musk said he wasn't involved in President Joe Biden's tariff on Chinese electric cars. The White House announced the 100% tariff on Chinese EV imports on May 14. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementElon Musk said he was surprised when President Joe Biden announced a tariff on Chinese electric vehicles. "Neither Tesla nor I asked for these tariffs," the Tesla CEO said during an interview at the VivaTech conference in Paris on Thursday.
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