At the White House, the General Services Administration was tasked with getting things spic and span between Former President Donald Trump's departure and President Joe Biden's arrival. The reason is pretty obvious: we're still in a pandemic and, for the last 10 months, the previous administration hasn't always acted like it.
The White House Gets A Deep Clean
Every four years the White House gets a major cleaning for the next President. It matters even more during the pandemic.
WSJ editor says without reporters like Gershkovich, 'we live in a fog'
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Most school shootings caused by guns taken from relatives
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Biden would block bill to kick migrants out of national park
The White House and House Republicans have remained at odds over an agreement to house 2,000 migrants on federal land.
Trial begins for paramedics who used ketamine on Elijah McClain
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Paul Whelan reportedly assaulted by prisoner in Russian work camp
The former Marine was sentenced to 16 years in prison by a Moscow court in 2020 for espionage — charges Whelan and the White House deny.
Users report error when trying to see Spotify's 2023 Wrapped page
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