Robert Schroeder, Moneyish

Robert Schroeder

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Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Moneyish
Past:
  • Barron's
  • Cashay
  • New York Post

Recent articles by Robert:

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Kevin McCarthy, four other Republicans

The House committee probing the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has subpoenaed House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and four other Republican lawmakers as... → Read More

Abortion-rights vote fails in Senate as Democrats try to codify Roe v. Wade

A bill that would preserve access to abortion across the U.S. failed in the Senate on Wednesday, as a lone Democrat joined with all Republicans in blocking... → Read More

Yellen says she sees 'solid growth' in year ahead but also risks to outlook

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Wednesday said she sees "solid growth" in the coming year but also risks to the economic outlook. Speaking to the Wall... → Read More

Roe draft opinion authentic says Chief Justice Roberts as he orders leak investigation

A draft opinion of a pending Supreme Court abortion-rights decision is authentic, said Chief Justice John Roberts in a statement on Tuesday, as he ordered an... → Read More

Vice President Harris returning to in-person work after negative COVID test

Vice President Kamala Harris will return to work in person on Tuesday after testing negative for COVID-19, her press secretary said in a statement. "Today,... → Read More

Trump held in contempt of court, ordered to pay $10,000 a day over failing to comply with subpoena

Former President Donald Trump has been held in contempt of court by a New York judge for failing to comply with a subpoena related to a probe by the state... → Read More

Sanders hasn't ruled out another White House run if Biden doesn't: report

Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent, is open to running for president in 2024 if President Joe Biden declines to seek reelection, the Washington Post... → Read More

U.S. considering more sanctions on Russia, White House says

The U.S. is considering more sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday. "We are continuing to... → Read More

Global summit on COVID to be held May 12, White House announces

The second global COVID-19 summit will be held virtually on May 12, the White House announced on Monday in a joint statement with Belize, Germany, Indonesia... → Read More

Biden has tested negative for COVID, wasn't a 'close contact' with Pelosi: White House

President Joe Biden tested negative for COVID-19 on Wednesday night, the White House said Thursday. The White House press office also said that although... → Read More

Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmed by Senate as first Black woman on Supreme Court

The Senate on Thursday confirms Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be a U.S. Supreme Court justice, approving in an historic move the first Black woman to serve... → Read More

U.S. unveils new sanctions on Russia as Yellen warns of 'enormous economic repercussions' from Ukraine invasion

The U.S. and its allies unveiled new sanctions on Russia on Wednesday, seeking to further punish Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

U.S.'s new Russia sanctions to target investment, financial institutions, White House says

The U.S., in coordination with other G-7 nations and the European Union, will announce new sanctions on Russia on Wednesday over Moscow's invasion of... → Read More

U.S. to announce more Russia sanctions this week, says Biden aide

The U.S. will announce more sanctions against Russia "this week" over its invasion of Ukraine, President Joe Biden's National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan... → Read More

Biden says he's seeking more Russia sanctions as he calls for war crimes trial for Putin

President Joe Biden on Monday said he is seeking to impose more sanctions on Russia, following the emergence of evidence of civilian executions in Ukraine.... → Read More

Gas tax holiday not off table, White House says

A gasoline undefined tax holiday remains an option under consideration as the Biden administration seeks to give Americans relief from high prices, a White... → Read More

U.S. targets Russian tech sector in latest round of sanctions over Ukraine invasion

The U.S. is targeting Russia's technology sector in the latest round of sanctions aimed at punishing Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine. The Treasury's... → Read More

U.S. to give Ukraine $500 million in aid, White House says after presidents' call

The U.S. will give the Ukrainian government $500 million in "direct budgetary aid," the White House said, following a call between Presidents Joe Biden and... → Read More

Biden to speak with Zelensky this morning, White House says

President Joe Biden will speak with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at 10:45 a.m. Eastern "to discuss our continued support for Ukraine in the face of... → Read More

Republican Sen. Collins to back Jackson for Supreme Court

Sen. Susan Collins, a Maine Republican, plans to vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, she said Wednesday. "After reviewing Judge... → Read More