By the numbers: Stats that tell story of Biden’s first year

WASHINGTON (AP) — By some counts, President Joe Biden can lay claim to a banner first year in office. But numbers also reveal plenty of setbacks. Most in the United States got their COVID-19 vaccines, but other countries fared better. Economic growth surged; so did inflation. America exited Afghanistan, but the war ended with a … Read more

Child Tax Credit: How Manchin’s Rejection of Biden’s Social Plan Jets the Child Credit Extension | Univision Money News

The package Build Back Better by Biden plans to pay $ 3,000 or $ 3,600 next year for each child eligible for the child credit. Typically, that tax credit was $ 2,000. But that amount was increased so that households could better face the economic blow of the covid-19 pandemic. There is another important change … Read more

Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden’s Vaccine Mandate for Businesses With More Than 100 Employees | Univision Politics News

A federal court of appeals temporarily stopped this Saturday the vaccine requirement imposed by the government of Joe Biden for companies with more than 100 employees. Specifically, the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit granted an emergency suspension of the federal government’s requirement that said workers must be vaccinated before January 4 or, … Read more

House of Representatives approves infrastructure package, after agreement to vote on Biden’s social plan | Univision Politics News

The House of Representatives approved the infrastructure plan of $ 1.2 billion that has already been sanctioned in the Senate, after a truce negotiated between progressive and moderate Democrats, with which the bill will now be sent to the office of President Joe Biden to take effect. The measure passed with 228 votes in favor … Read more

US Congress pushes back vote on Joe Biden’s social and climate investment plan

The Democratic Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, announces that the vote on the social and climate component of President Joe Biden’s investment plan will not take place on November 5, 2021, in Washington. ELIZABETH FRANTZ / REUTERS Contrary to expectations, the US Congress will not vote, Friday, November 5, on the gigantic … Read more

Biden’s reforms put to the grueling test of Democratic cohesion

US President Joe Biden at the White House in Washington on September 24, 2021. EVELYN HOCKSTEIN / REUTERS We can see American democracy at work. Or on the contrary, the expression of his convulsions. The Congress was the scene of a rare agitation, Thursday, September 30, while several essential files were simultaneously under discussion in … Read more

In Del Rio, Texas, influx of Haitian refugees puts Biden’s migration policy to the test

Jean-Michel Beaudouin, his partner Anes, and their 2-year-old daughter, in Del Rio, Texas, on September 23, 2021. VERONICA G. CARDENAS FOR “THE WORLD” They have nothing. Tap shoes, a dusty backpack, containing diapers for the baby and a few T-shirts. But they also hang on a plastic sleeve with their immigration documents. It is their … Read more

Biden’s COVID-19 Vaccine Push Includes 62,400 NASA Workers

Federal workers and contractors will soon be required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 under a new plan announced this week by President Joe Biden, which includes more than 62,000 NASA employees and contractors. NASA administrator Bill Nelson said his agency will implement the rule “as soon as possible.” In a statement sent to the NASA … Read more

USA: „Massenhafter ziviler Ungehorsam“ gegen Bidens Impfpflicht

Für James David Vance ist die Sache klar. „Joe Biden ist ein altersschwacher Tyrann“, twitterte der republikanische Kandidat für Ohios Senatssitz, kaum nachdem der US-Präsident am Donnerstag eine faktische Impfpflicht für Millionen Amerikaner angekündigt hatte. „Biden spricht über zig Millionen amerikanischer Bürger, als wären sie Ungeziefer. Was für ein ekelhafter, abscheulicher Mann“, legte Vance kurz … Read more