Sheryl Gay Stolberg
09/03/2021Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Sheryl Gay Stolberg
With its expanded subsidies for health plans under the Affordable Care Act, the coronavirus relief bill makes insurance more affordable, and puts health care on the ballot in 2022.
15/01/2021Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Salud Sheryl Gay Stolberg
18:39 - President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr., racing against a surge in coronavirus cases and the emergence of a new variant that could significantly worsen the pandemic, is planning a vaccination offensive that calls for greatly expanding access to the vaccine while promising to use a wartime law to expand production.
08/01/2021Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Salud Sheryl Gay Stolberg
20:31 - President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. plans to release nearly all available coronavirus vaccine doses “to ensure the Americans who need it most get it as soon as possible,” the Biden transition team said Friday, a move that represents a sharp break from the Trump administration’s practice of holding back some of the vaccine for second doses.
02/01/2019Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Sheryl Gay Stolberg
WASHINGTON — America will get its first taste of divided government under President Trump this week when a Democratic House tries to wrest control of the political agenda from Mr. Trump, who appears determined to keep the focus on border security, immigration and his “big, beautiful” wall.
07/11/2018Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Sheryl Gay Stolberg
The vaunted blue wave that Democrats had hoped for failed to fully materialize on Tuesday night, but the days of one-party control in Washington are now over. President Trump’s strength in rural areas kept the Senate in Republican control, but voters in urban and suburban districts across the country sent the White House a clear message: They want a check on the president.
08/10/2018Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Sheryl Gay Stolberg
Un senado profundamente dividido votó el sábado para confirmar al juez Brett Kavanaugh en la Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos, lo que muchos consideran como una victoria del presidente Donald Trump. Así termina una dura batalla en Washington que comenzó como un debate sobre la ideología y la jurisprudencia, y concluyó con investigaciones sobre conducta sexual inapropiada.
23/01/2018Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Sheryl Gay Stolberg
Congress brought an end to a three-day government shutdown on Monday as Senate Democrats buckled under pressure to adopt a short-term spending bill to fund government operations without first addressing the fate of young undocumented immigrants.