Rule 13 of the procedures and practices of the Senate when sitting on impeachment trials states that the trial should begin each day at noon — or another time agreed to by all members of the body — but that once the presiding officer announces the adjournment of the trial at the end of the day, that shall not serve as the adjournment of the Senate and the chamber “shall resume the consideration of its legislative and executive business.” … [Read more...] about Democrats looking to speed through Senate impeachment trial
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"We believe underlying strength of the market remains intact and any correction in the market is likely to be bought out. Sustained recovery in key economic data for Dec'20, better-than-expected 3Q FY21 corporate earnings so far and upbeat managements' commentaries continue to augur well for the market," he said. … [Read more...] about Sensex, Nifty dart up to record highs; TCS stands tall amid IT selloff
After that, Keller is allowed to travel to Washington for court appearances and to meet with his lawyers but he must ask for permission for future visits to see his children in North Carolina after a trip already scheduled for this weekend. … [Read more...] about Olympic swimmer released but ordered to stay away from D.C.
Klete Keller, who lives in Colorado, appeared during a brief hearing in Denver federal court following his arrest on charges brought by prosecutors in Washington. At the insistence of prosecutors, Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty said Keller could not travel to Washington before Jan. 21. After that, Keller is allowed to travel to Washington for court appearances and to meet with his lawyers but he must ask for permission for future visits to see his children in North Carolina after a trip already scheduled for this weekend. … [Read more...] about Klete Keller, former Olympic swimmer, released but ordered to stay away from D.C.
A stimulus package approaching $2 trillion seemed unlikely as recently as a few weeks ago. Republicans, who seemed destined to maintain control of the Senate, had opposed large amounts of stimulus spending ever since the CARES Act passed last March. But much has changed in the new year. The Democrats gained a simple majority in the Senate. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock’s wins in Georgia’s runoff election split the upper house 50-50, leaving the tie-breaking vote to the Vice President. With Biden’s inauguration next week, Democrats will control the presidency and both houses of Congress. … [Read more...] about Stimulus Check Update: ‘I Believe We Have A Moral Obligation,’ Says President-Elect Joe Biden