When it comes to running your small business, one of the greatest assets you can acquire to help you succeed is a government contract. Continue reading The Types of Government Contracts & What You Need to Know
By Nicole Massabrook, US Magazine
Afternoon tea with the Americans. Queen Elizabeth II met with President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden on Sunday, June 13, at Windsor Castle in England. Continue reading The Bidens Take Britain! The Royal Family Meets President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden
By Christie D’Zurilla, Yahoo! News
Alyssa Milano, a veteran of TV shows including “Who’s the Boss?,” “Charmed” and “Insatiable,” has her eye on a seat in Congress. “I am confirming that it is possible that I will run for office in 2024,” the actor-activist said Tuesday in a statement to The Times. Continue reading Actor Alyssa Milano has her eye on a congressional seat in California
Originally posted on Axios by Lachlan Markay, Alayna Treene, Jonathan Swan
Former Olympic decathlete and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner has filed her initial paperwork to run for governor of California and will officially announce her bid later today, her campaign tells Axios. Continue reading Scoop: Caitlyn Jenner makes it official for California governor
President Biden will nominate Christine Wormuth to be the next secretary of the Army, the White House announced Monday. She would be the first woman to serve in that role if confirmed by the Senate. Continue reading Biden To Nominate Christine Wormuth As 1st Female Secretary Of The Army
The Senate voted Wednesday to confirm Dr. Rachel Levine as assistant secretary for health in the Department of Health and Human Services. The vote is a history-making one: Levine is the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the Senate. Continue reading Rachel Levine Makes History As 1st Openly Trans Federal Official Confirmed By Senate
By Jovane Marie
History was made and made again during the 2020 election. From the most votes cast in a presidential election in U.S. history to a wave of new, young, novice, minority, and LGBTQIA+ representatives in Congress, the litany of firsts made an immediate impact, widening representation among our elected leaders and laying out a new landscape of inclusion and diversity.
Days before leaving office, the Trump Administration has created a new network of women in business that aims at implementing the Abraham Accords, a series of normalization agreements that were signed between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and subsequently Bahrain and other countries, backed by Washington.
Kamala Harris addressed Americans for the first time as vice president-elect of the United States, making history as the first woman, Black American and South Asian American to win the nation’s second highest office.
Amy Coney Barrett is sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice, and addresses a crowd gathered at the White House to witness the event.
Continue reading Watch Amy Coney Barrett get sworn in as Supreme Court Justice