Nancy Pelosi, the House’s only female U.S. speaker, was narrowly re-elected in a new, deeply divided Congress that met in the final weeks of Donald Trump’s presidency. Pelosi, 80, feared when five Democrats left and voted for “present” or someone else. But the third-place woman secured her fourth – and possibly last – non-consecutive term as Speaker of the House, winning 216 votes to 209 for Republican leader Kevin McCarthy. In a symbolic gesture, McCarthy officially handed the hammer to Pelosi. “We are starting the new Congress at a time of extraordinary difficulty,” Pelosi told the Chamber, noting that 350,000 dead and 20 million people infected with COVID-19 were killed.
There is some disarray about the new measures that the public authority has taken for unfamiliar people (non-EU individuals) to acquire a living arrangement license and even a Cypriot (EU) ethnicity using the land. Inhabitants …………[Read more]
What You Need To Know About The Markets This Week: Biden’s Spending Plans, The Bitcoin Blues, And An Unloved Dollar With The First Fed Meet And A Look At US GDP
Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president and wasted no time revealing his spending plans. Here are the big topics we’ll look at over the coming week, plus a graphical representation of how …………[Read more]
Finland is a nation of outrageous differentiations – freezing winters and brilliant summers and dynamic cosmopolitan urban communities blended in with the huge far off wild. You will surely appreciate it when you visit Finland …………[Read more]