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Jennifer Epstein

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Past articles by Jennifer:

How NYC Co-Ops Are Saving Themselves by Breaking Their Own Rules

The city's most desirable addresses used to have some of its most insane requirements. That's changing. → Read More

‘Screw This City’: There’s Never Been a Worse Time to Rent an Apartment in NYC

Bidding wars and record prices are leaving renters frustrated and without many options. → Read More

Biden Picks Jackson for Supreme Court, Putting Her on a Path to History

President Joe Biden will nominate Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first Black woman on the Supreme Court, according to two people familiar with his selection. The historic selection is expected to be announced Friday. Jackson’s selection would add a fresh liberal voice with new life experiences without changing its conservative tilt. → Read More

Biden Has Made a Decision on Nominee to the Supreme Court

President Joe Biden has decided on a nominee for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, a person familiar with the matter said Thursday night. → Read More

Fintech Firm Founder Rejects GOP Allegations on Raskin, Fed Bank

A founder of a fintech firm that President Joe Biden’s nominee for the top bank supervisory post at the Federal Reserve worked for after serving in the Obama administration said Friday that Republican allegations that she behaved unethically in interacting with a regional Fed bank are “completely false.” → Read More

White House Staffs Up for Supreme Court Nomination Battle

President Joe Biden is bringing in White House veterans Minyon Moore and Ben LaBolt to help with his efforts to select and confirm his eventual nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, the White House said Wednesday. → Read More

Breyer’s Court Retirement to Tee Up New Clash Between Biden, GOP

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is planning to retire, giving President Joe Biden a chance to fill the vacancy with the court’s first Black woman and setting up a confirmation showdown in the Senate. → Read More

Biden Says Fight Against Consolidation Will Help Tame Inflation

President Joe Biden on Monday said his administration’s efforts to discourage greater corporate consolidation would help tame inflation, with the fastest price increases in four decades threatening the Democrats’ political future. → Read More

Biden Bristles at Fox Inflation Query With Hot-Mic Expletive

As journalists were ushered out of White House’s East Room, where Biden was meeting with cabinet secretaries and others in his “Competition Council,” they shouted questions about his approach to Russia’s military buildup around Ukraine and his efforts to combat rising prices. → Read More

You Can Now Order Free Covid Tests Online From the U.S. Government

The Biden administration’s program to send free Covid-19 tests to U.S. households informally launched on Tuesday to prepare for its official rollout on Wednesday. → Read More

Biden Team Opens Ordering for At-Home Covid Tests on Wednesday

The Biden administration on Wednesday will begin accepting orders for free at-home Covid-19 tests, the latest government response to a record number of infections. → Read More

Biden Admits Build Back Better Likely Will Be Put Off to 2022

President Joe Biden acknowledged that his $2 trillion economic proposal likely would not clear Congress this year, meaning that 2021 ends without a major accomplishment on social and climate policy. → Read More

Biden Casts Agenda as Cost-of-Living Cut on ‘Tonight Show’

President Joe Biden cast his Build Back Better economic legislation as a cost-of-living cut for millions of Americans on Friday, as he sought to tamp down concern about inflation in his first appearance as president on a late-night TV show. → Read More

Biden Hails Democracies’ Values at Summit Snubbing Russia, China

President Joe Biden warned of the need to vigilantly protect democratic values at the start of a two-day summit that has stoked tensions with China and Russia and comes as the U.S. plans to announce additional human rights-related sanctions Thursday. “Democracy needs champions,” Biden told attendees at the virtual gathering of world leaders, dubbed the Summit for Democracy. → Read More

Whitman to Be Named Ambassador to Kenya, White House Says

Whitman, who until earlier this year was chief executive of media content app Quibi, ran for governor of California as a Republican in 2010. She has supported Democrats in the last two presidential elections. → Read More

Supreme Court Expansion Clamor Resumes as Biden Commission Wraps

President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court study commission bought him a year of cover from progressive calls to expand the court. → Read More

Biden Administration to Boycott Winter Olympics in Beijing

U.S. government officials will boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics in February, marking a fresh dispute between the world’s two biggest economies. → Read More

Biden Says U.S. Is ‘Back to Work’ After Unemployment Rate Falls

President Joe Biden said Americans are returning to work and the U.S. economy continues a strong rebound from the pandemic, after a Labor Department report on Friday offered a mixed view on the job market. → Read More

Biden’s Medical Team Says He’s ‘Healthy’ But Suffers Stiff Gait

President Joe Biden is “healthy” and remains “fit to successfully execute the duties of the presidency,” his doctors said Friday after he underwent a routine physical exam and colonoscopy just a day before his 79th birthday. → Read More

Biden to Undergo Physical at Walter Reed Hospital

President Joe Biden is scheduled to undergo his routine annual physical Friday, a day before his 79th birthday. → Read More