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'Really?': Pelosi reacts to Gosar's statements about violent video

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'Really?': Pelosi reacts to Gosar's statements about violent video

'Really?': Pelosi reacts to Gosar's statements about violent video

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) condemned Rep.

Paul Gosar (R-AZ) for his incendiary Twitter video, pointing out that it specifically targeted Rep.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), a woman of color.


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Second Amazon Union Vote , in NYC Fails. Last month, Amazon workers on Staten Island voted to unionize, becoming the first to do so in the United States. Last month, Amazon workers on Staten Island voted to unionize, becoming the first to do so in the United States. But on May 2, 'New York Post' reports that a second, smaller Staten Island Amazon facility voted against following in their footsteps. . But on May 2, 'New York Post' reports that a second, smaller Staten Island Amazon facility voted against following in their footsteps. . The vote count was reportedly 380 for and 618 against unionization. Still, the Amazon Labor Union has vowed to continue its fight. Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed up to support union activists in April. Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed up to support union activists in April. I say to Jeff Bezos, who owns a $500 million yacht — I say, ‘Jeff, when you’re out on your yacht, I want you to think about the workers. ’They want housing that is affordable. They want to be able to put away a few bucks to send their kids to college, Sen. Bernie Sanders, via statement, as reported by 'New York Post'. I say to Jeff Bezos, who owns a $500 million yacht — I say, ‘Jeff, when you’re out on your yacht, I want you to think about the workers. ’They want housing that is affordable. They want to be able to put away a few bucks to send their kids to college, Sen. Bernie Sanders, via statement, as reported by 'New York Post'. Meanwhile, Amazon has appealed the vote to unionize at the first Staten Island warehouse and contested another union vote in Bessemer, AL. Meanwhile, Amazon has appealed the vote to unionize at the first Staten Island warehouse and contested another union vote in Bessemer, AL. The National Labor Relations Board is looking into both situations

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House Votes To Allow , Congressional Staffers To Unionize. Fox News reports that on the evening of May 10, the House of Representatives passed a bill that gives congressional employees the right to unionize. Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, issued a statement after the "historic" bill was passed by a vote of 217-202. Today, the House took historic action paving the way for Congressional staffers to choose to join together in a union. By empowering staffers to advocate for themselves and each other, we take an important step to ensure the House is best able to serve the American people, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, via statement. The Democratic House is committed to honoring their service, while ensuring the Congress is well-positioned to compete for outstanding and diverse staff. Last week, I was proud to announce that the House will set its first-ever pay floor, establishing a minimum annual salary of $45,000, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, via statement. These new steps build on the actions that I have been proud to take as Speaker to strengthen and diversify our Capitol Hill workforce, including establishing the House Office of Diversity and Inclusion to help open the doors to public service for underrepresented communities, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, via statement. Rep. Andy Levin, who authored the resolution, also issued a statement. After 26 years, the House has finally provided its workers the fundamental human right to form a union without fear of retaliation. , Rep. Andy Levin, resolution author, via statement. As someone who has spent decades in the labor movement and devoted their life to protecting and enhancing workers’ rights, this moment stands out as a major highlight, Rep. Andy Levin, resolution author, via statement. According to current White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, President Biden is also in favor of the resolution. According to current White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, President Biden is also in favor of the resolution

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Ukraine Aid Funding Receives, Overwhelming Bipartisan Support, in US Senate. Ukraine Aid Funding Receives, Overwhelming Bipartisan Support, in US Senate. The Senate approved $40 billion in additional aid for Ukraine on May 19. The vote was 86 to 11, a commanding show of bipartisanship in a deeply divided Senate. President Joe Biden is expected to sign the bill into law immediately. The total amount of U.S. aid supplied to the nation equates to $54 billion. Ukraine has been battling an invasion of Russian forces since Feb. 24. . Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer stated that passage of the aid means that more "help is on the way.". We Americans — all of us, Democrat and Republican — cannot afford to stick our heads in the sand while Vladimir Putin continues his vicious belligerence against the Ukrainian people, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-NY), via 'The New York Times'. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell stated that passage of the aid is good for American interests. Aid for Ukraine goes far beyond charity; the future of America’s security and core strategic interests will be shaped by the outcome of this fight, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, (R-KY), via 'The New York Times'. McConnell accompanied a delegation of Republican senators to Ukraine over the weekend. The bill passed by the Senate provides significantly more aid than what was asked for by President Biden. Its focus is almost equally divided on both weapons and humanitarian aid. The humanitarian aid includes funding to assist the Ukrainian government. as well as support for refugees in the form of training, housing and trauma services

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Elon Musk Says He 'Will Vote Republican,' , Can 'No Longer Support' Democrats. Musk made the statements via Twitter on May 18. In the past I voted Democrat, because they were (mostly) the kindness party. , Elon Musk, via Twitter. But they have become the party of division & hate, so I can no longer support them and will vote Republican, Elon Musk, via Twitter. Now, watch their dirty tricks campaign against me unfold, Elon Musk, via Twitter. Tesla stocks fell by nearly seven percent after the statements were published. Musk's tweets come about a week after he stated he would reverse Twitter's ban of former President Donald Trump if his deal to purchase the platform is finalized. The billionaire has also criticized Twitter for being biased to the "far-left.". The headquarters for the company is based in CA, a state that is often considered a model for progressive politics in the U.S. CA is also the largest market for Tesla cars. Musk recently moved the Tesla headquarters to TX, which is known for its conservative politics. . Many Twitter users seemed to mock the news that Musk would vote Republican. Poor Elon might only be the 2nd or 3rd richest man in the world now, Twitter user. Poor Elon. No liberals are going to buy his cars anymore, when there's so many nicer options, Twitter user. The Tesla CEO's mother hit back at the tweets, referring to them as "nasty comments" and "troll or bot" accounts. Musk's $44 billion deal to purchase Twitter has stalled in recent days

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Rand Paul Delays Senate Vote on US Aid to Ukraine [Video]

Rand Paul Delays Senate Vote on US Aid to Ukraine

Rand Paul Delays Senate Vote , on US Aid to Ukraine . Rand Paul Delays Senate Vote , on US Aid to Ukraine . CBS News reports Paul has stalled an additional $40 billion in U.S. aid for Ukraine to assist in the fight against Russian invaders. The Republican KY senator was the lone holdout in the Senate vote to approve the aid, which requires unanimous consensus. No matter how sympathetic the cause, my oath of office is to the national security of the United States of America, Sen. Rand Paul, (R-KY), via CBS News. We cannot save Ukraine by dooming the U.S. economy, Sen. Rand Paul, (R-KY), via CBS News. Though Paul is calling for an inspector general to analyze the spending, passage of the bill is expected. Senate leaders on both sides of the aisle criticized Paul's move. It's clear from the junior senator from Kentucky's remarks, he doesn't want to aid Ukraine, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-NY), via CBS News. All he will accomplish with his actions here today is to delay that aid, not to stop it, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, (D-NY), via CBS News. They're only asking for the resources they need to defend themselves against this deranged invasion. And they need this help right now, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, (R-KY), via CBS News. It bears directly on America's national security and vital interests that Russia's naked aggression not succeed and carries significant costs, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, (R-KY), via CBS News. Former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stated in an interview that oversight of the bill "is critical" and is already included in its language. That's why the package already includes millions of dollars to support additional oversight measures, Jen Psaki, Former White House Press Secretary, via CBS News. ... including additional funding for existing inspectors general and we encourage all senators to promptly pass the bill as it stands, we feel what's in there [is] sufficient, Jen Psaki, Former White House Press Secretary, via CBS News

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Trump-Backed Candidate JD Vance , Wins Ohio GOP Senate Primary. Trump-Backed Candidate JD Vance , Wins Ohio GOP Senate Primary. The author of 'Hillbilly Elegy' won the OH GOP Senate Primary on May 3. The author of 'Hillbilly Elegy' won the OH GOP Senate Primary on May 3. Vance trailed in the polls for much of the race. It was not until former President Donald Trump endorsed the candidate that he began to take the lead. It was not until former President Donald Trump endorsed the candidate that he began to take the lead. [Trump's endorsement] propelled [Vance] into a commanding first place finish, Trump Spokesperson, via AP . Vance was once an outspoken critic of Trump, but stated he was wrong after receiving Trump's endorsement. The OH primary is widely seen as an indicator of the scale of Trump's influence on the Republican party. Now this campaign, I really think, was a referendum on what kind of a Republican Party we want, and what kind of a country we want, J.D. Vance, OH GOP Senate Primary Winner, via AP . The primary was marked by extremes, with the GOP candidates coming close to physical attacks during the debate. The primary was marked by extremes, with the GOP candidates coming close to physical attacks during the debate. Vance will face Rep. Tim Ryan, (D-OH), in the general election, in which the GOP candidate is favored. . Vance will face Rep. Tim Ryan, (D-OH), in the general election, in which the GOP candidate is favored. . I am absolutely in my bones certain that we can do this if we come together, and it’s not about finding our differences. It’s not about hate, Tim Ryan, Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate OH, via AP . OH Democratic strategists acknowledge that their chances of winning the election are slim, but say the possibility remains. By all rights, history tells us that the Democrats are going to lose control of the House, Dale Butland, OH Democratic Strategist, via AP . By all rights, we should lose control of the Senate, too. , Dale Butland, OH Democratic Strategist, via AP . However, the only thing that could save us is if the Republicans nominate a bunch of far-right crazies that are unacceptable in a general election, Dale Butland, OH Democratic Strategist, via AP

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$5 Gas Could Become More Common , as Prices Hit Another Record. According to AAA, on May 17, the national average for regular gas was $4.48 a gallon. CNN reports that's a 40-cent increase over the course of a month. Gas prices are 27% higher than the day before Russia attacked Ukraine. Everything is pointing toward even higher prices. We are well on our way toward $5. , Andy Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates, via CNN. AAA reports that the average cost of gas in four states is already above $5 a gallon. Those states are California, Washington, Nevada and Hawaii with Oregon not far behind. Still, the U.S. Energy Information Administration says that after adjusting for inflation, gas prices are not yet at record highs. That record was set in 2008 when gas averaged $5.38 a gallon after adjusting for inflation. As inflation, shipping issues and COVID continue to be a problem worldwide, supply simply can't keep up with demand. No one can crank up the refinery because they don’t have any spare capacity, Robert Yawger, vice president of energy futures at Mizuho Securities, via CNN

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Taiwanese President , Rebukes California Shooting. NPR reports Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen condemned the recent shooting at a Taiwanese church in California. As the shooter reportedly held immense hatred for the island of Taiwan, officials ponder whether Chinese propaganda is to blame. President Tsai Ing-wen's office released a statement on May 17, condemning "any form of violence" and expressing condolences for those who lost their lives. According to NPR, the suspected shooter, David Chou, 68, is thought to have ties to China, which opposes the independence of Taiwan. Chou will appear in California state court on May 17. Chou was born in Taiwan in 1953 and is a current U.S. citizen. He has been detained on suspicion of murder and attempted murder. Authorities say Chou's hatred for Taiwan, displayed in hand-written notes found during investigations. could stem from when he lived on the island and encountered mistreatment. Law officials say Chou had hidden firebombs before the church shooting, which caused harm to a gathering of elderly Taiwanese parishioners. In the shooting, one man lost his life. Five others were wounded

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Biden Invokes Defense Powers , to Address Baby Formula Shortage. President Joe Biden invoked the Defense Production Act on May 18. “Operation Fly Formula” will make use of planes owned by the Defense Department to assist in the distribution of baby formula. The planes will be deployed both nationally and internationally. I know parents all across the country are worried about finding enough infant formula to feed their babies — , President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. ... as a parent and as a grandparent, I know just how stressful that is, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. [I have directed my administration] to do everything possible to ensure there’s enough safe baby formula.., President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. ... and that it’s quickly reaching families that need it the most, President Joe Biden, via 'The New York Times'. In this case, the Defense Production Act allows the president to order companies to prioritize the production and distribution of baby formula. . The House of Representatives approved $28 million in emergency funds to address the shortage. It also approved a bill that would ease restrictions on the types of formula that can be purchased through federal aid programs geared toward women and children. I know what it means to not be able to stretch out milk for the entire month, Rep. Jahana Hayes, (CA-D), via 'The New York Times'. With everything going on right now, the last thing a family should have to worry about is feeding their children, Rep. Jahana Hayes, (CA-D), via 'The New York Times'. This is so basic. Everyone understands that we’re all on high alert here, and this is an incredible emergency, Sen. Debbie Stabenow, (MI-D), via 'The New York Times'. While the emergency funds did not receive overwhelming bipartisan support, the bill to ease baby formula purchasing restrictions did. The emergency funds would allow the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to increase its ability to oversee companies that produce baby formula. Both measures are expected to pass in the Senate

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Jan 6 Panel Subpoenas , House Minority Leader McCarthy, , 4 Other GOP Reps. The five subpoenaed Representatives had all declined a voluntary meeting with the House special committee. . In addition to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. the Jan. 6 panel also subpoenaed PA Rep. Scott Perry. OH Rep. Jim Jordan. AZ Rep. Andy Biggs ... ... and AL Rep. Mo Brooks. It is rare for a House committee to issue subpoenas against its own members. The Special House Committee will hold public hearings in June pertaining to the U.S. Capitol riots that occurred on Jan. 6. In a statement confirming the subpoenas, democratic MS Rep. Bennie Thompson explained the panel's decision. The select committee has learned that several of our colleagues have information relevant to our investigation into the attack on Jan. 6 and the events leading up to it. , Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), via 'The New York Times'. Before we hold our hearings next month, we wished to provide members the opportunity to discuss these matters with the committee voluntarily. , Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), via 'The New York Times'. Regrettably, the individuals receiving subpoenas today have refused and we’re forced to take this step to help ensure the committee uncovers facts concerning Jan. 6, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), via 'The New York Times'. The subpoenas come after weeks of research and internal debate among committee members as to whether the action was necessary. Minority Leader McCarthy is said to have consulted with counsel as to how to fight the subpoena. The panel reportedly wishes to question McCarthy about his post-Jan. 6 conversations concerning former President Donald Trump

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Alabama House Passes Legislation Making Gender-Affirming Medical Care for Minors a Felony [Video]

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Alabama House Passes, Legislation Making Gender-Affirming , Medical Care for Minors a Felony. Alabama House Passes, Legislation Making Gender-Affirming , Medical Care for Minors a Felony. Reuters reports that transgender rights have emerged as a major issue in the buildup to November mid-term congressional elections. Of the hundreds of bills that have been introduced by lawmakers across state legislatures, a large number of them have related to trans youth. . Of the hundreds of bills that have been introduced by lawmakers across state legislatures, a large number of them have related to trans youth. . On April 7, lawmakers in the Alabama House passed a bill to make gender-affirming healthcare for transgender youth a felony. Reuters reports that the bill was passed 66-28 by Alabama's House of Representatives. . Medical providers found in violation of the new law, which still needs to be approved by Republican Governor Kay Ivey, could face 10 years in prison. Reuters reports that Democrats in the Alabama House argued that the bill contradicts Republican principles. This is not small government; this is not a conservative bill, Neil Rafferty, Democratic Representative from Alabama, via Reuters. Republican Representative Wes Allen compared the new legislation to laws that prevent minors from getting tattoos or buying cigarettes. . Republican Representative Wes Allen compared the new legislation to laws that prevent minors from getting tattoos or buying cigarettes. . We make decisions in this body all the time that are to protect children from making decisions that could permanently harm them, Wes Allen, Republican Representative from Alabama, via Reuters. Alabama's governor has not said whether she would sign the bill. . The American Civil Liberties Union has said that it would legally challenge the bill if the governor signed it into law

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Nancy Pelosi Tests , Positive for COVID-19, , Not Showing Symptoms. CNBC reports Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has officially tested positive for COVID-19. After testing negative this week, Speaker Pelosi received a positive test result for COVID-19 and is currently asymptomatic. , Drew Hammill, deputy chief of staff, via Twitter. Pelosi's diagnosis comes as several other high-level government officials tested positive for COVID after attending Washington's Gridiron Club and Foundation Dinner on April 2. According to CNBC, Pelosi wasn't in attendance, but more than a dozen of D.C.'s elite who were there have tested positive. According to CNBC, Pelosi wasn't in attendance, but more than a dozen of D.C.'s elite who were there have tested positive. Pelosi's positive test comes merely a day after she stood next to President Joe Biden at a bill signing at the White House. At 82 years old, Pelosi is second in the order of presidential succession after Vice President Kamala Harris. At 82 years old, Pelosi is second in the order of presidential succession after Vice President Kamala Harris. The Speaker is fully vaccinated and boosted... , Drew Hammill, deputy chief of staff, via Twitter. ... and is thankful for the robust protection the vaccine has provided. , Drew Hammill, deputy chief of staff, via Twitter. The Speaker will quarantine consistent with CDC guidance... , Drew Hammill, deputy chief of staff, via Twitter. ... and encourages everyone to get vaccinated, boosted and test regularly. , Drew Hammill, deputy chief of staff, via Twitter. ... and encourages everyone to get vaccinated, boosted and test regularly. , Drew Hammill, deputy chief of staff, via Twitter

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Top Imports and Exports in the United States [Video]

Top Imports and Exports in the United States

Top Imports, and Exports, in the United States. 'Forbes' recently highlighted a number of infographics released by OnDeck showing each state's most common import and export. . Petroleum is the top import for 12 states, including Montana, Minnesota and Colorado. New York imports $21.9 billion worth of precious metals every year, making it the most valuable import of any state. New York imports $21.9 billion worth of precious metals every year, making it the most valuable import of any state. Aircraft are the most common export, topping the list of 14 states that include Arizona, Georgia and Oklahoma. . Texas has the most valuable export with $43.5 billion of finished petroleum products. . 'Forbes' points out that the top import in Texas is also petroleum as the state has a huge capacity for refining. . Overall, petroleum is the number one import in the United States, taking up 24% of all imports. Vehicles and medicine are the second and third highest import with each taking up 12% of the total number of imports. . Vehicles and medicine are the second and third highest import with each taking up 12% of the total number of imports. . Aircraft overwhelmingly take the top slot for exports with a massive 28% share of the total number. Again, vehicles and medicine come in second and third, each with an 8% share of total exports. . Again, vehicles and medicine come in second and third, each with an 8% share of total exports. . South Dakota's top import is "cow meat," as the state exports beef cattle which are processed and then sent back into the state. . Meanwhile, Nebraska processes much of that meat from South Dakota and its number one export is "cow meat."

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Republican-Led States Move To Sue Biden Administration for Lifting Border Policy Title 42 [Video]

Republican-Led States Move To Sue Biden Administration for Lifting Border Policy Title 42

Republican-Led States Move , To Sue Biden Administration for, Lifting Border Policy Title 42 . 'Fox News' reports that on April 4, three Republican-led states announced their lawsuit ... ... recently filed against the Biden Administration for halting Title 42. ... recently filed against the Biden Administration for halting Title 42. Title 42 is a public health order put in place during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has since been used to expel migrants at the southern border between the United States and Mexico. According to 'Fox News' the lawsuit has been filed by the attorneys general of Missouri, Arizona and Louisiana. This suit challenges an imminent, man-made, self-inflicted calamity: , Statement from the attorneys general of Arizona, Lousiana and Missouri, via 'Fox News'. the abrupt elimination of the only safety valve preventing this administration’s disastrous border policies from devolving into an unmitigated catastrophe. , Statement from the attorneys general of Arizona, Lousiana and Missouri, via 'Fox News'. the abrupt elimination of the only safety valve preventing this administration’s disastrous border policies from devolving into an unmitigated catastrophe. , Statement from the attorneys general of Arizona, Lousiana and Missouri, via 'Fox News'. We want to stop the Biden administration from rescinding Title 42 because it may be one of the most boneheaded decisions of this administration... , Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, via 'Fox & Friends'. I'm doing everything I can to hold the Biden administration accountable and stop them from destroying our southern border. , Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, via 'Fox & Friends'. I'm doing everything I can to hold the Biden administration accountable and stop them from destroying our southern border. , Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, via 'Fox & Friends'. Despite fears of a massive wave of immigrants into the United States due to Title 42's cancellation. the Biden administration announced that it will be ending the policy on May 23. the Biden administration announced that it will be ending the policy on May 23

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Rihanna and A$AP Rocky Welcome Baby Boy [Video]

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky Welcome Baby Boy

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky, Welcome Baby Boy. 'TMZ' reports that Rihanna and A$AP Rocky have officially become parents. Sources with direct knowledge say the couple's baby boy was born on May 13 in Los Angeles. Sources with direct knowledge say the couple's baby boy was born on May 13 in Los Angeles. According to 'TMZ,' the couple have yet to reveal the name of their first child together. According to 'TMZ,' the couple have yet to reveal the name of their first child together. The couple's last appearance together was reportedly on May 9 in Los Angeles. The couple's last appearance together was reportedly on May 9 in Los Angeles. They celebrated Mother's Day weekend with dinner at Giorgio Baldi. Back in January, the couple announced that they were expecting. The big reveal came via a New York City photo shoot. The news was met with a wave of excitement from the couple's fans. 'TMZ' reports that the pregnancy also came with some drama. Last month, A$AP was arrested in a surprise bust as the couple's private plane landed at LAX. According to law enforcement officials, the bust was in connection with an incident where Rocky was accused of firing shots at and injuring an acquaintance

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President Biden Urges Major Cities To Take Action As Violent Crimes Continue To Rise [Video]

President Biden Urges Major Cities To Take Action As Violent Crimes Continue To Rise

President Biden Urges , Major Cities to Take Action , as Violent Crimes Continue to Rise. President Biden Urges , Major Cities to Take Action , as Violent Crimes Continue to Rise. Fox News reports that violent crimes have risen in major cities across the United States in 2022. The increase follows a spike in murders that began in 2020 and carried over into 2021. FBI data shows that murders increased by almost 30% in 2020. In January, the Council on Criminal Justice released data showing another 5% increase in murders in 2021. . Crime data from major cities including Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City found that violent crime was up between 5% and 40% compared to the same time in 2021. Crime data from major cities including Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City found that violent crime was up between 5% and 40% compared to the same time in 2021. Violent crimes include rape, sexual assault, robbery, assault and murder. . Violent crimes in New York City shot up an alarming 40.6% compared to 2021. Chicago has recorded 17,597 violent crimes since the beginning of 2022, a 35% increase from the same time in 2021. On May 13, President Joe Biden called on local leaders to utilize funds from the American Rescue Plan to bolster police departments. On May 13, President Joe Biden called on local leaders to utilize funds from the American Rescue Plan to bolster police departments. Use these funds we made available to you to prioritize public safety. Do it quickly, before the summer, when crime rates typically surge, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via Fox News. Taking action today is going to save lives tomorrow. So, use the money. Hire the police officers. Build up your emergency response systems. Invest in proven solutions, Joe Biden, President of the United States, via Fox

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Gayle King, Hoda Kotb, Craig Melvin and More Describe New York City in 3 Words | New York Power 2022 [Video]

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The Most Powerful People in Media spoke with The Hollywood Reporter on the red carpet of New York Power 2022 to describe New York City in just three words.

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