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President Biden to sign bipartisan debt deal into law after Senate approval

Reacting to the Senate vote, Pres. Biden commended Republican leaders for negotiating the agreement in good faith.

Russia accuses U.S. of hacking thousands of iPhones belonging to its citizens and officials

FSB says this proves Apple and the U.S. government work together to support anti-Russian activities.

Senate overturns student loan relief program; Biden promises to veto measure

Senate GOP leader calls Biden plan socialist, saying it would move debt burden from high earners onto taxpayers.

China says Taiwan-U.S. trade agreement violates One China policy

This was the first agreement under the Taiwan-U.S. Initiative on 21st-Century Trade.

South Korea, U.S. raise alarm over North Korean hackers linked to missile launch

Hackers are accused of providing stolen weapon and satellite technology used in the launch to Pyongyang.

CDC 2022 provisional stats indicate declining birth rates

Birth rates among teenagers reached a “record low” in 2022.

Medicare to cover new class of Alzheimer’s drugs

CMS Chief Brooks-LaSure: "If the FDA grants traditional approval CMS is prepared to ensure anyone with Medicare Part B who meets the criteria is covered."

NHTSA proposes mandatory automatic emergency brakes in all new vehicles

NHTSA says new rule could potentially save over 360 lives a year.

Trump and DeSantis trade blows on the presidential campaign trail

Trump makes appearance in Iowa just days after DeSantis kicked off his presidential campaign there.

Pentagon chief: China’s refusal to meet at Asia’s top defense summit is ‘unfortunate’

Lloyd Austin: "I would welcome any opportunity to engage with leadership. I think defense departments should be talking to each other on a routine basis, or should have open channels for communication."