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Past articles by Jeff:

Biden, first lady say they’ve defied political prognosticators

President Biden and First lady Jill Biden on Friday rebuked political naysayers who think their political star is waning, telling Democratic donors the administration held the West together, predicted Vladimir Putin’s ill designs in Ukraine and will repel the GOP in November. → Read More

Chief justice calls for probe of leaked draft opinion on abortion, says breach is ‘egregious’

Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. on Tuesday called for an investigation into the leak of a draft opinion that would overrule the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion, calling the unprecedented breach egregious’. → Read More

Biden touts infrastructure bill as easing port congestion

President Biden on Wednesday visited the Port of Baltimore to tout his infrastructure bill, saying it will reduce supply-chain congestion as the holiday season looms with rising prices and delayed deliveries. → Read More

Igor Danchenko, charged in Durham probe, pleads not guilty

Igor Danchenko, a Russian analyst who provided salacious, unverified rumors to British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s anti-Trump dossier, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of lying to the FBI in a 2017 meeting. → Read More

Jake Sullivan outed as ‘foreign policy adviser’ in Durham indictment: Report

White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan is the "foreign policy adviser" identified in special counsel John Durham's indictment of Democratic lawyer Michael Sussmann, according to a report Tuesday. → Read More

Wholesale prices hit record highs as inflation soars

Wholesale prices at the end of October surged by 8.6% since last October, the highest year-over-year increase recorded by the federal government since it began tracking the data in 2010, the Labor Department reported Tuesday. → Read More

Joe Biden honors Milwaukee Bucks at White House

President Biden on Monday welcomed the Milwaukee Bucks to the White House, marking the first NBA champion to visit the White House since 2016. → Read More

John Durham wins over toughest critic with revelations of Dem scheme behind Trump-Russia probe

Special counsel John Durham’s latest indictments impugn the source of the now-debunked Steele dossier’s most salacious accusations, which quickly elevated Mr. Durham from zero to hero in the eyes of some of his harshest critics. → Read More

Biden job-approval rating sinks to new low of 38%, poll finds

President Biden’s approval rating has dropped to a new low of 38%, according to a new poll released Monday. → Read More

Biden: Migrant families separated at border deserve compensation

President Biden said Saturday that migrants separated at the southern border during the Trump administration deserve compensation, but it likely won't be $450,000. → Read More

‘Monumental step forward’: Biden hails passage of $1.2T infrastructure package

President Biden on Saturday celebrated the hard-fought passage of his $1.2 trillion infrastructure package, calling it “a monumental step forward for the nation.” → Read More

Kirsten Gillibrand to invite Meghan Markle to D.C. to push for family leave

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, New York Democrat, is inviting Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, to Washington to advocate for paid family leave. → Read More

October jobs report beats expectations with gain of 531,000

The U.S. economy created more jobs than expected in October as unemployment fell to 4.6% and 531,000 new nonfarm jobs were added to payrolls, the Labor Department announced Friday. → Read More

Russian analyst who was source for Steele dossier arrested in Durham probe

A Russian analyst who served as a source for a dossier of unverified allegations against former President Trump was arrested Thursday on charges arising out of special counsel John Durham's probe into the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation. → Read More

Kentucky Chipotle temporarily closes amid staff walkout

A Chipotle fast-food outlet in Louisville, Kentucky, temporarily shuttered its doors this week after half of its staff, including the manager, walked out, according to a report. → Read More

Biden ducks responsibility for Democrats’ dismal election performance

President Biden ducked responsibility for Democrats' nightmarish Election Day performance, saying conservative voters were motivated and he wouldn't have been able to change that. → Read More

‘Garbage’: Biden rips reports on paying migrant families separated at the border

President Biden on Wednesday denied that his administration is considering paying $450,000 per person to migrant families who were separated at the border under the Trump administration, calling the reports "garbage." → Read More

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris mum after wrongly predicting McAuliffe victory

President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were quiet Wednesday morning after both had wrongly predicted that Democrat Terry McAuliffe would win Virginia's governor race. → Read More

Biden’s new 401(k) rule threatens to funnel workers’ retirement funds into ‘woke’ causes

A rule quietly proposed by the Biden administration would allow companies to consider factors such as climate change, diversity issues and even political donations when selecting employees’ 401(k) plans, potentially forcing workers to funnel some of their pay into “woke” causes. → Read More

Joe Biden hails European trip as a success

President Biden claimed success Tuesday as he left Glasgow, Scotland wrapping up a European trip that included meetings with the pope, summits with world leaders, and the United Nations climate conference. → Read More