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President Joe Biden's remarks before and after the conviction of Derek Chauvin for George Floyd's murder were clear and decisive. He called the evidence "overwhelming," said he was "praying that the verdict is the right verdict" and argued for the country to come together following a verdict that was a step toward racial justice in a country with systemic racism. ...
Fitz-Gerald Group chief investment officer Keith Fitz-Gerald argues markets will "definitely" react to “big government” controlling your money. ...
With the Senate split right down party lines, and much of President Joe Biden’s agenda still in the pipeline as the end of his First 100 Days draws to a close, the Senate Majority Leader, Chuck Schumer, talks with Mehdi Hasan about what comes next, including on the crucial election reform bill. How long can Democrats afford to wait on reforming the filibuster? Sen. Schumer says “August” is the probable deadline for the bill to undo some of the “frankly racist changes” to voting being made by GOP ...
The vast majority of U.S. adults still believe the country is divided, despite President Joe Biden's vow to be a more unifying president ...

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