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:

Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas tests positive for COVID-19

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has tested positive for COVID-19, reports said Tuesday. Mayorkas, who is fully vaccinated, tested positive... → Read More

Here’s what’s in Democrats’ big social-spending bill — for now

As the party tries to reach agreement, here are key proposed categories for the spending. → Read More

Biden vows to prod companies if they don't act on supply chains: 'We're going to call them out'

President Joe Biden on Wednesday pressed for more private companies to help alleviate supply-chain bottlenecks, as he touted expanded hours for a major U.S.... → Read More

White House weighs executive order on cryptocurrencies: report

The Biden administration is weighing an executive order on cryptocurrencies, as part of an effort to set up a government-wide approach to the asset class,... → Read More

Biden touts drop in unemployment rate as U.S. adds fewer jobs than expected

President Joe Biden on Friday touted a drop in the U.S. unemployment rate to 4.8%, calling it a "significant improvement" from when he took office. The data... → Read More

Biden to highlight vaccine mandates in Chicago visit

President Joe Biden is scheduled to travel to Chicago on Thursday to discuss COVID-19 vaccine mandates, talking up requirements in the home of United Airlines. → Read More

Biden to meet CEOs of J.P. Morgan, Intel, Nasdaq as White House warns failure to raise debt limit could set U.S. back decades

President Joe Biden is scheduled to meet with a group of top U.S. business leaders on Wednesday amid a brawl over raising the U.S. debt limit, as the White... → Read More

Sen. Manchin says he's not ruling out social-spending plan above $1.5 trillion

Sen. Joe Manchin, a West Virginia Democrat, said Tuesday he's not ruling out a social-spending package of between $1.9 trillion and $2.2 trillion, CNN... → Read More

Biden to rally support for infrastructure, social-spending plan in Michigan

President Joe Biden on Tuesday is traveling to a swing district in Michigan to promote his economic agenda, as Democrats in Washington continue to wrangle... → Read More

Facebook whistleblower shows 'self-regulation is not working' for social media, White House says

A whistleblower's allegations that Facebook undefined put profits before safety is the latest revelation that "self-regulation is not working" for... → Read More

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh tests positive for COVID

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has tested positive for COVID-19, the high court said Friday. Kavanaugh has no symptoms and has been fully vaccinated... → Read More

Congress races to prevent government shutdown with planned Thursday votes

With a midnight deadline fast approaching, lawmakers are planning votes Thursday on a short-term spending bill to keep the federal government operating... → Read More

Biden to meet with Sens. Manchin, Sinema as Democrats aim to trim $3.5 trillion bill: report

President Joe Biden is expected to meet Tuesday with two key Democratic senators as the party works to narrow Biden's $3.5 trillion legislative package, the... → Read More

Biden to get COVID booster shot Monday, White House says

President Joe Biden on Monday will receive his COVID-19 booster shot and deliver remarks, the White House said. Biden got his second dose of the Pfizer ... → Read More

Pelosi says House will 'move forward' next week on infrastructure, $3.5 trillion budget bills

Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday said the House of Representatives will "move forward to pass two jobs bills next week," referring to both a bipartisan... → Read More

Biden White House leans toward releasing information about Trump, Jan. 6 attack: report

The White House is leaning toward releasing information to Congress about what Donald Trump and his aides were doing during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S.... → Read More

House Democrats plan Tuesday vote to avoid government shutdown, lift debt limit in showdown with Republicans

House Democrats on Tuesday are planning a vote on legislation to avert a partial government shutdown and raise the U.S. debt ceiling, as Republicans say they... → Read More

Here’s how a government shutdown would disrupt Washington and beyond

Lawmakers are back in Washington, D.C., on Monday and have less than two weeks to head off a partial government shutdown. Here's what happens if they can't. → Read More

Trump gave extra Secret Service protection to Mnuchin and others, costing $1.7 million: report

Former President Donald Trump as he left office gave six months extra Secret Service protection to his children and three officials including ex-Treasury... → Read More

Biden to meet with Sens. Manchin, Sinema on $3.5 trillion spending plan

President Joe Biden on Wednesday was reportedly scheduled to meet with Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, two moderate... → Read More