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A forensic analysis reportedly determined the data found on the laptop believed to belong to Hunter Biden appears to be authentic. © Provided by Washington Examiner Cyber forensic experts from Maryman & Associates were commissioned to examine thousands of text messages, emails, and photos on the laptop's contents that were found on a copy of the hard drive obtained by the Daily Mail. The review found the data on the system "before April 2019 appears to be related to Mr. Biden, with timestamps appearing to be between 2016 and 2019," according to a report that culminated from the examination.
Three advocacy groups are petitioning the Biden administration to cancel student debt for a certain contingent of disabled people, the
Backed by Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.), the National Student Legal Defense Network, Community Legal Aid Society of Delaware and Justice in Aging filed a rarely used federal petition asking the Education Department to erase the debt of 400,000 people with severe disabilities.
The petition is aimed at people who are eligible debt forgiveness under a certain program but have not yet applied. It includes those with severe physical and mental disabilities that do not allow them to work, according to AP.
Advocates say many people do not know they are eligible or are deterred by a host of requirements. The request aims to eliminate the application process and cancel the debt for people who are identified as eligible under the social security program. It is estimated to eliminate $14 billion in debt, the AP reported.
The petition comes as Democrats are pushing for the elimination of student debt. Sens. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) introduced a bipartisan bill on Thursday to tackle student debt.
100 days of COVID: Grading Biden on vaccination, schools and masks .
Jan. 20, 2021 — the U.S. was averaging nearly 200,000 COVID-19 cases and 3,000 COVID-19 deaths each day. Biden was acutely aware that history would judge his first 100 days, and perhaps his entire presidency, on how well he handled the COVID crisis. “This first 100 days is unlike any of the typical first 100 days of any administration,” said Yahoo News Medical Contributor Dr. Kavita Patel, a practicing internist, Brookings Institution health scholar and former Obama administration official. “In some ways, it could be the most important 100 days of the entire pandemic.” On Capitol Hill, the Biden administration pushed for a $1.