Articles by Dartunorro Clark


nbcnews.com Dec 08, 2021

Roger Stone invokes Fifth Amendment in House Jan. 6 probe
Dartunorro Clark

Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to former President Donald Trump, is refusing to be deposed or hand over documents to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, his attorney said in a letter dated Monday. The letter, which Stone provided to NBC News on Tuesday, invokes his Fifth Amen . . .

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nbcnews.com Dec 08, 2021

More than 400 Hill staff demand House leaders act after Rep. Boebert's anti-Muslim remarks
Dartunorro Clark

Boebert, who is known for her incendiary rhetoric, suggested in a video that surfaced online last month that Omar, who is Muslim and wears a hijab, was mistaken for a terrorist in an elevator both were riding in at the U.S. Capitol. Omar immediately criticized the video as "bigotry" and said the eve . . .

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nbcnews.com Dec 07, 2021

Biden's nominee for bank regulator backs out after bipartisan opposition
Dartunorro Clark

Saule Omarova, President Joe Biden's nominee for a top bank regulator post, withdrew her name from consideration on Tuesday after a fiery confirmation hearing in which GOP lawmakers suggested she had Communist ties. "I have accepted Saule Omarova’s request to withdraw her name from nomination for th . . .

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nbcnews.com Nov 27, 2021

'Game of chicken': Debt ceiling standoff puts state spending at risk
Dartunorro Clark

A high-stakes debt ceiling standoff in Washington could have spillover effects on state spending plans that rely heavily on federal aid to fund a variety of social programs and transportation projects. Policy experts say failing to suspend or raise the debt limit could disrupt spending at the state . . .

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nbcnews.com Nov 25, 2021

Trump argues Jan. 6 panel's pursuit of his records could permanently damage the presidency
Dartunorro Clark

Attorneys for former President Donald Trump argued Wednesday that the pursuit of his White House records by a congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol could have long-lasting, harmful effects on the presidency. Circuit Court of Appeals for Washington, D.C., this we . . .

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nbcnews.com Nov 25, 2021

Biden administration approves second major offshore wind project, to provide power to N.Y.
Dartunorro Clark

The Biden administration on Wednesday announced the planned construction of a wind farm off the coast of Rhode Island that will supply power to New York. The approval from the Interior Department paves the way for the country's second large-scale offshore wind farm after a similar project got underw . . .

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nbcnews.com Nov 23, 2021

GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert announces bid for Texas attorney general
Dartunorro Clark

Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert announced Monday that he is running for attorney general of Texas, throwing his hat in the ring for what's expected to be one of the most closely watched state races in 2022. Gohmert, who has been in Congress since 2005, said in a video announcement that he has already . . .

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nbcnews.com Nov 23, 2021

House committee seeking Jan. 6 documents urges appeals court to release Trump files quickly
Dartunorro Clark

The congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol urged a federal appeals court on Monday to swiftly release Trump administration documents to help ensure "democracy is protected." Lawyers for the bipartisan House committee filed a court brief arguing the D.C. Circuit Court . . .

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nbcnews.com Nov 22, 2021

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Alex Jones, Roger Stone and other Trump allies
Dartunorro Clark

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol issued subpoenas on Monday to high-profile allies of former President Donald Trump, including Roger Stone and Alex Jones. The House committee has issued batches of subpoenas in recent weeks to dozens of Trump administration officials a . . .

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nbcnews.com Nov 20, 2021

Senate confirms first Native American to lead National Park Service
Dartunorro Clark

The Senate this week confirmed Charles “Chuck” Sams III as head of the National Park Service, making him the first Native American to lead the agency. Sams is Cayuse and Walla Walla and a member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, with ties to the Yankton Sioux and Cocopah . . .

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