By The Associated Press and AAMER MADHANI and MATTHEW LEE
President Joe Biden on Thursday told visiting leaders from more than a dozen Pacific Island countries that the U.S. was committed to bolstering its presence in their region and becoming a more collaborative partner as they face the “existential threat” of climate change.
In the lawsuit, being filed in a federal court in Missouri, Republican states argue Biden’s cancellation plan is “not remotely tailored to address the effects of the pandemic on federal student loan borrowers.”
A much-debated drug for Lou Gehrig’s disease won U.S. approval Thursday, a long-sought victory for patients that is likely to renew questions about the scientific rigor behind government reviews of experimental medicines.
Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, stood by the false claim that the 2020 election was fraudulent during an interview Thursday with the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, the panel’s chairman said.
The Senate passed a short-term spending bill on Thursday that would avert a partial government shutdown when the current fiscal year ends at midnight Friday and provide another infusion of military and economic aid to Ukraine as it seeks to repel Russia’s brutal invasion.
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The sheriff believed there was a “snitch” in the office, leaking information to his political opponent who had sued to be reinstated until the election protests were resolved. “I’m going to clean house and be done with it. And we’ll start from there,” the sheriff said.