Joe St. George, KNXV

Joe St. George

KNXV

Washington, DC, United States

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  • 7 Eyewitness News
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  • FOX 13 NOW
  • 6 On Your Side
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  • 2 Works for You
  • FOX 31 Denver

Past articles by Joe:

What to expect during today's January 6th committee hearing

The Justice Department charged close to 900 Americans so far for being involved in some way with that day. → Read More

Congress passes postal service reform after years of debate

From 2007 to 2020 there was $87 billion dollars worth of losses and $188 billion in unfunded liabilities, such as future pensions and health benefits. → Read More

Marijuana advocates think better studies are the key to legalization nationwide

Marijuana advocates think better studies is the key to legalization nationwide → Read More

Supreme Court to hear oral arguments over Biden's vaccine mandate Friday

While a number of companies and institutions have their own requirements, not every business is doing it which is why President Joe Biden wants his vaccine mandate to take effect next month. → Read More

Tips for handling the end of child tax credits and the restart of student loan payments

How your family should prepare for child tax credits ending and student loan payments beginning → Read More

Could this week's expanded child tax credit payment be the last?

Could this week's child tax credit payment be the last? → Read More

Students at HBCUs push for change and more funding

Lawmakers in Congress have noticed the issue with conditions at HBCUs and are debating billions to help them out. → Read More

Can President Biden do anything about the high price of gas?

Can President Biden do anything about high price of gas? → Read More

How are border towns handling an unprecedented year of migration?

While the White House has recently highlighted declining numbers of migrants at the southern border, nothing has changed the fact that 2021 has set records. → Read More

Infrastructure funding to become law but what about the separate spending bill?

Infrastructure becomes law Monday but what about the separate spending bill? → Read More

Why the country is watching Virginia's race for governor

Terry McAuliffe is trying to win back his old job against Glenn Youngkin in Virginia's governor race. → Read More

What's the truth about the Justice Department getting involved with school board controversies?

What's the truth about the Justice Department getting involved with school board controversies? → Read More

What's at stake with upcoming infrastructure vote in Congress

The House could vote Thursday on an infrastructure bill that has already passed the Senate. → Read More

Flood insurance rates set to change as FEMA revamps program

Flood insurance rates set to change as FEMA revamps program → Read More

How the debt limit debate could impact you

Why Washington's "debt limit" problem could impact you → Read More

What happens to those left behind in Afghanistan and what is America's role now?

Over 100 Americans and thousands of Afghans still want out → Read More

The dangers and costs of America's aging oil and gas pipelines

While any leak is a cause for concern, what has energy and government officials even more worried are old wells with issues that have no company claiming responsibility. → Read More

Biden, families call for national paid family leave, but will it get through Congress?

President Biden has revealed a lot of policy ideas over the last several months. Actually getting them passed into law has proven to be more difficult. → Read More

Will President Biden meet his July 4th vaccine goal?

Will President Biden meet his July 4th vaccine goal of having 70% of Americans with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine? → Read More

What has changed in the first 100 days of the Biden presidency?

President Joe Biden has accomplished a lot in his first 100 days as president — but there's still some things to accomplish on his checklist. → Read More