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Victor Reklaitis

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Recent articles by Victor:

Virginia governor's race could give 'flashing red warning sign' for Democrats — and shift market sentiment

The governor's race in the Democratic-leaning state of Virginia is drawing considerable attention this fall, with analysts connecting the contest to... → 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

House due to vote Tuesday on bill raising U.S. debt limit, Biden vows to sign it ‘as soon as it passes’

Democratic-run Washington appears set to avoid a U.S. default in the near term, with the House's majority leader promising a vote Tuesday to raise the... → Read More

Schumer says Senate could act ‘as soon as today’ to raise debt limit, preventing U.S. default

Democrats and Republicans in the Senate remain on track Thursday to prevent a U.S. default this month, with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announcing... → Read More

Schumer: Senate could act 'as soon as today' on lifting debt limit after agreement reached

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a brief floor speech on Thursday morning that top Democrats and Republicans in the chamber had "reached... → Read More

Democrats likely to accept McConnell's offer on debt limit: reports

Democratic senators have signaled their party is likely to accept Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's offer of a short-term lift to the federal... → Read More

McConnell to offer proposal to Schumer for ending debt-limit standoff

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to outline a proposal that he's prepared to discuss with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer "that's going to... → Read More

Senate Democrats plan Wednesday vote on debt limit, but Republicans set to block again

The Democratic-run Senate on Wednesday is poised to vote on ending debate on a House-passed bill that would suspend the federal borrowing limit, even as... → Read More

Biden warns on failing to lift debt limit: ‘A meteor is headed to crash into our economy’

President Joe Biden on Monday warns about the dangers of failing to raise the federal borrowing limit and blasts Republican lawmakers' approach to the issue. → Read More

Biden to meet Friday with House Democrats on Capitol Hill following delay for infrastructure bill

President Joe Biden is slated to travel to Capitol Hill on Friday afternoon to speak with Democratic House lawmakers, the White House said. His visit comes... → Read More

Pelosi scraps Thursday’s House vote on infrastructure bill as Democrats can’t reach agreement

Speaker Nancy Pelosi late Thursday called off a planned vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, as... → 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

Ad spending for 2022 midterm elections seen reaching record of $8.9 billion

The 2022 U.S. midterm elections likely will lead to $8.9 billion in advertising spending, according to a new report from AdImpact, an ad-tracking company... → Read More

Without action on debt limit, U.S. likely to run out of cash near end of October or start of November: CBO

The Congressional Budget Office on Wednesday said the U.S. Treasury Department will most likely run out of cash near the end of October or the beginning of... → Read More

Pelosi signals House vote on bipartisan infrastructure bill may not occur Thursday

Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday suggests the U.S. House of Representatives may not vote Thursday as planned on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure... → Read More

Senate Democrats tee up bill that would just prevent government shutdown

The Democratic-run Senate is expected to vote as soon as Wednesday on legislation that would just avoid a partial government shutdown by keeping the federal... → Read More

Dallas Fed's Kaplan, under scrutiny for 2020 trading activity, to retire Oct. 8

The Dallas Federal Reserve announced Monday that its president, Rob Kaplan, will retire from the regional bank on Oct. 8. The departure comes after Kaplan... → Read More

Biden says 'boosters are important' as he receives his 3rd COVID vaccine shot

President Joe Biden on Monday publicly received a booster shot for the Pfizer undefined and BioNTech undefined COVID-19 vaccine, with the jab coming after... → Read More

Biden condemns some border agents' actions toward Haitians: 'Those people will pay'

President Joe Biden on Friday condemned U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback who used aggressive tactics earlier this week against Haitian migrants, as he... → Read More

'Go get the booster,' Biden says to eligible U.S. residents

President Joe Biden on Friday addressed top U.S. health officials' decision on booster shots for COVID-19 vaccines, saying "the majority of Americans who... → Read More