politicians News of 05/31/20
Elizabeth Warren For President Open-Sources Its 2020 Campaign Tech
Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren may have ended her 2020 presidential run, but the tech used to drive her campaign will live on. Members of her staff announced they would make public the top apps and digital tools developed in Warren’s bid ...
U.S. And Canada Border To Close To All But Essential Travel And Trade
The U.S./ Canada border has remained open despite measures by both countries to block and limit international flights and mobility in light of the coronavirus pandemic, but that is changing today as the two countries have agreed, “by mutual ...
President Says Senate To Revise House Aid Bill To ‘Make It Fair For Everybody’
In a press conference on Monday, President Donald Trump indicated that the Senate is set to revisit an aid package designed to respond to the economic and social stresses caused by the novel coronavirus outbreak . “We’re looking at that ...
Investors Move From Coronavirus Woes To Biden Wins As Markets Rally On Super Tuesday Results
While the aftermath of Super Tuesday has left the Democratic Party riven between its more liberal and moderate wings, investors viewed last night’s results as a win for business and markets. Shaking off the steady beat of bad news about the ...
Silicon Valley Could Be Biden’S Funding Lifeline Post South Carolina
Presidential candidate Joe Biden is likely to throw a fundraising lifeline to Silicon Valley donors after his commanding South Carolina victory and into the next wave of primaries. A pro-Biden super Pac , Unite the Country — whose past backers ...
To Curb Lobbying Power, Elizabeth Warren Wants To Reinstate The Office Of Technology Assessment
In a move to correct the imbalance of power between technologically sophisticated corporations and the lawmakers who regulate them, presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren is proposing that Congress reinstate the Office of Technology ...
Trump Agrees To Reopen The Federal Government Through Mid-February
On Friday, President Trump announced his intentions to back off of his demand for border wall funding, allowing the federal government to reopen for three weeks through February 15. The president touted the decision to reopen the government as a ...