• T-Mobile CEO weighs in on 'Home Internet,' Biden's infrastructure plan

    5 days ago - By CNBC

    Mike Sievert, T-Mobile CEO, discusses what President Biden's infrastructure plan could mean for wireless companies, as well as his company's stock performance and the launch of T-Mobile Home Internet.
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  • Source: Biden plans executive action on guns as soon as Thursday

    Source: Biden plans executive action on guns as soon as Thursday

    5 days ago - By Who TV

    WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden is expected to start rolling out executive actions regulating guns as soon as Thursday, according to a person familiar with the matter.
    The responses are expected to include a presidential declaration that could ultimately require people who buy untraceable, self-assembled "ghost guns" to undergo a background check, the person told Reuters.
    Biden urges Congress to tighten gun control after Colorado mass shooting
    The measure is one of several the administration has been working on for months to try to limit gun violence but without starting a legal battle...
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  • Biden Pressed on Whether Infrastructure Bill Will Be Bipartisan: I Said I'd ‘Try‘ to Work With GOP

    5 days ago - By Mediaite

    President Joe Biden was asked Wednesday if he will have “failed” on his talk of bipartisanship if no Republicans support his infrastructure plan.
    Following the president's address on the legislation, NBC News' Kristen Welker asked if he's willing to go lower on the proposed 28 percent corporate tax rate.
    “I'm willing to listen to that, I'm wide open, but we've got to pay for this,” the president responded.
    Welker then asked, “Will you have failed on your promise of bipartisanship if you don't get Republicans on board with this plan, your first plan passed along party lines?”
    “What I said...
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  • Biden offers compromise on 28% corporate tax rate

    5 days ago - By CNBC

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on President Biden's remarks in which he defended his more than $2 trillion dollar infrastructure spending plan and said he'd be willing to discuss alternatives regarding how to pay for it.
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  • Live: Biden delivers remarks on proposed $2.3T infrastructure plan amid Republican opposition

    Live: Biden delivers remarks on proposed $2.3T infrastructure plan amid Republican opposition

    6 days ago - By Who TV

    WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden is scheduled to deliver remarks Wednesday on "the historic investments in the American Jobs Plan," the White House said.
    Biden's address will begin at 1:45 p.m. ET, and Vice President Kamala Harris will be in attendance. NewsNation will live stream Biden's remarks in the player above.
    Biden summons public support as GOP bucks infrastructure
    This is Biden's latest effort to drum up public support for his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. Republicans in Congress are opposed to the costly proposal, saddling the Democrats with its ownership and the corporate...
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