Brian Naylor

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TSA Has Been Underfunded, Understaffed While Overseeing Pipeline Cybersecurity

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

The TSA is one of federal agencies overseeing security of the nation's pipelines. Critics say the TSA is understaffed and needs to do more than set voluntary guidelines for the industry to follow.


Biden Says 'Help Is On The Way' As Colonial Pipeline Restarts Flow Of Fuel

Thursday, May 13, 2021

The president cautions it will be several days before gas flow is fully restored. He urges consumers not to panic and hoard gasoline while warning gas stations not to gouge prices.


Supreme Court Weighs Crack Cocaine Sentencing Disparity

Tuesday, May 04, 2021

In what could be their last case of the season, the justices heard arguments about whether to apply changes in the law to those sentenced for small amounts of crack cocaine.


Roughly 40% Of Post Offices Operate In The Red. Could Banking Offer Them A Way Out?

Saturday, May 01, 2021

Most post offices that don't meet their costs are in rural areas, but Congress has blocked them from being closed. Democrats like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez say postal banking might offer a solution.


Biden Responds To Sen. Tim Scott: 'I Don't Think The American People Are Racist'

Friday, April 30, 2021

In an interview with NBC, the president addressed a critique by the South Carolina senator by saying the legacy of slavery and Jim Crow continues to leave Black Americans "behind the eight ball."


Bigger Role For Government Doesn't Mean It's 'In Your Business,' Says Biden Aide

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Republicans panned President Biden's ideas for huge new government spending and tax overhauls. But top White House adviser Susan Rice says there's no plan to get "government in your business."


Thousands Of U.S. Post Offices Lose Money. Should Some Be Closed?

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

There are more than 30,000 post office branches across the United States. Most do make money, but thousands, mostly in rural areas, cost more to operate than they take in.


Biden Says Goal Of 200 Million COVID-19 Vaccinations In 100 Days Has Been Met

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

In celebrating the milestone, the president also announced the administration would begin offering tax credits to employers who give workers time off to get vaccinated.


Biden Says He Is Praying For 'The Right Verdict' In Floyd Case

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

The president said he called the relatives of George Floyd to see how they are doing as they, and the nation, await a verdict in the trial against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.


Biden Proposes $1.5 Trillion Federal Spending Plan

Friday, April 09, 2021

The president's budget blueprint would increase spending on an array of domestic programs aimed at reducing poverty and fighting climate change, while keeping defense spending relatively flat.


'It Has To Stop': Biden Takes Initial Action On Guns, Calls On Congress To Do More

Thursday, April 08, 2021

President Biden declared gun violence a public health crisis and a blemish on the nation in remarks at the White House.


Biden To Announce Actions On Firearms, Tap Gun Safety Advocate To Lead ATF

Wednesday, April 07, 2021

The moves come after recent high-profile mass shootings put added pressure on the president to act on gun violence.


Not The Government's '911': FEMA Stretched With Multiple Deployments

Saturday, April 03, 2021

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is assisting in COVID-19 vaccinations and managing the influx of migrants at the southern border — with natural disasters looming at the same time.


FEMA May Be Stretched Too Thin

Thursday, April 01, 2021

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is helping the Biden administration administer COVID-19 vaccines and process unaccompanied minors at the border. But could the agency become stretched too thin?


After Boulder Shooting, Vice President Harris Says Senate Needs To Act

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Harris downplays the role of executive action in tightening gun laws after recent mass shootings, saying legislation would make changes permanent.


10-Year Postal Service Plan Will Include Some Price Hikes And Longer Deliveries

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced a 10-year reorganization plan in the postal service, including longer delivery times for some mail, reduced hours at some post offices and a postage rate hike.


DeJoy Announces 10-Year Reorganization Of U.S. Postal Service

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy proposes slowing some first-class deliveries and increasing postage rates. Without the changes, he warns, USPS will "run out of cash and require a government bailout."


Senate Swears In New Head Of Security After Insurrection Shakeup

Monday, March 22, 2021

Karen Gibson and her two top assistants make up the first all-female leadership team since the office was established in 1789.


IRS Postpones Tax Filing Deadline To May 17

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

It is the second consecutive year the agency has given taxpayers more time to file their returns because of the coronavirus pandemic.


Biden Defends Major As 'A Sweet Dog' Just In Need Of Some Training

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

The president's German shepherd is back in Delaware getting some training after an incident at the White House.