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Thursday, June 11 on the Campaign Trail

President Donald Trump will deliver remarks at a joint fundraising committee dinner at a private residence in Dallas. Afterwards, he will travel to Bedminster, N.J. Later, President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Guiliani, will appear on a “Team Trump Online” event hosted by Trump 2020 campaign senior advisor Kimberly Guilfoyle.

Barbra Streisand and John Legend will headline a virtual fundraiser for former Vice President Joe Biden. Also scheduled to appear are Jennifer Hudson, Andra Day and Jay Leno. The proceeds will benefit Biden and his Victory Fund – a committee consisting of the Biden campaign, the Democratic National Committee and 26 state parties. Tickets start at $2,800 for a guest spot, $5,600 for supporter status, $41,000 for sponsor, and $100,000 to be considered a host.

2020 Elections

Cunningham, Murphy Want Congress Informed When Foreign Entities Target US Troops
Intelligence
Cunningham, Murphy Want Congress Informed When Foreign Entities Target US Troops
July 10, 2020
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Reps. Joe Cunningham, D-S.C., and Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., want intelligence officials to immediately notify key members of Congress when they determine -- with moderate to high confidence -- that a foreign government is deliberately seeking to kill or severely injure U.S. service members. The... Read More

The Congressional Appropriations Process Explained
Federal Budget
The Congressional Appropriations Process Explained
July 10, 2020
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - When House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer explains the congressional appropriations process, it all sounds so simple. "Funding the government is the Constitutional responsibility of the Congress," he told The Well News recently, in a statement for this article. "House Democrats are committed to meeting... Read More

New York City Moves to Protect ‘Vulnerable Populations’ Against Savage Summer Temps
Cities
New York City Moves to Protect ‘Vulnerable Populations’ Against Savage Summer Temps
July 10, 2020
by Jacob Pederson

After waging a pitched, months-long battle against the coronavirus, New York City is now stepping up its efforts to protect its residents from a more familiar adversary -- the onset of summer heat wave season. Even without a global pandemic, scorching summer temperatures in big cities... Read More

Outdoor Entertainment Returns to UK This Weekend
Entertainment
Outdoor Entertainment Returns to UK This Weekend
July 10, 2020
by Sara Wilkerson

As governments and businesses across the U.S. continue to struggle with the question of when and how to resume outdoor sports and entertainment events, the United Kingdom is moving ahead with plans to restart this segment of its economy. If these efforts are successful, they could... Read More

NC Law Responding to Coronavirus Could Help Republicans in a Voter ID Lawsuit
State News
NC Law Responding to Coronavirus Could Help Republicans in a Voter ID Lawsuit

RALEIGH, N.C. — This spring when North Carolina state lawmakers were debating a bill making it easier for people to vote by mail in November because of coronavirus, they also added in an unrelated provision about photo IDs. Now, Republican legislative leaders say that because that... Read More

Trump Wins Court Hold on Hotel Emoluments Suit During Appeal
Law
Trump Wins Court Hold on Hotel Emoluments Suit During Appeal

NEW YORK — A U.S. appeals court extended a temporary hold on subpoenas issued to the Trump Organization and other entities in a lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of illegally profiting from his Washington hotel. The extension by the federal appeals court in Washington on Thursday... Read More

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