President Biden Meets with German Chancellor

Two leaders discuss future of U.S.-German Relations On Thursday, President Biden hosted German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Washington. The two world leaders reaffirmed the relationship that the United…

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20 States Support Defense of SC Abortion Law

Amicus brief says the federal judge overstepped her authority. In an amicus brief filed with the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, 20 states are supporting South Carolina’s…

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Interior Explores Abandoned Mine Restoration

President’s administration plans to create new green jobs. On Tuesday, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland traveled to Pennsylvania with National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy to discuss federal…

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Pentagon Admits Taliban Wants Military Victory

U.S. still hopes for a political, diplomatic solution. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said they acknowledge that the Taliban is seeking a military victory in Afghanistan, not a peace…

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Members of Senate Majority Agree to Budget Plan

President joins legislators on Capitol Hill. Late on Tuesday night, members of the president’s party in the Senate announced that they had reached an agreement on setting the…

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First Lady Will Go to Tokyo Olympics

The Japanese government has declared a COVID emergency. First Lady Jill Biden will travel to Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Olympics despite the Japanese government declaring a state of…

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Senate Majority Leader Meets With Texas Legislators

Discusses voting rights with protesting state On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced that he would be meeting with members of the Texas legislature that have gone…

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EPA Advances Pesticide Safety Research

UC Davis receives $6 million in funding. On Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP) announced that it had awarded $6 million…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Evaluated for Risks

More data is needed, CDC health official says. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reviewing the need for a third COVID-19 booster shot among residents who…

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Shannon Estenoz Sworn In as Interior Assistant Secretary

The new head of the Fish and Wildlife and Parks division is installed. On Monday, Secretary Deb Haaland of the Department of the Interior held the swearing-in ceremony…

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