USA News Live Updates: White House press secretary Jen Psaki addresses media – Times of India

White House says encouraged by district court’s decision to reject Facebook’s request to dismiss FTC antitrust lawsuit

White House’s Deese says working closely with congressional leadership to finalize additional fed nominees

Delay in Fed nominations is not having impact on Inflation reponse, says Deese

We will take additional steps this month on ports, says white house economic adviser Deese

White House economic adviser Deese says watching impact of China’s Covid-19 lockdowns on supply chains

White house economic adviser Deese says forecaters see prices moderating over course of 2022, consistent with our view

The House panel investigating the Capitol riot is seeking information from GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, who spoke with ex-President Trump as the attack unfolded

US congressman Gaetz’s ex-girlfriend testifies in sex-trafficking probe: Report

US companies saw modest growth in late 2021, Fed survey show

The White House says it will send 10 million more Covid-19 tests per month to schools, saying this will help schools more than double the volume of testing compared to November 2021

His nomination now heads to the Senate, where it requires a simple majority vote

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s nomination to serve as US ambassador to India was confirmed Wednesday by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

State department says de-escalation by Russia has not taken palce yet and there are some indicatons that we see movement in the opposite direction

De-escalation by Russia should not take weeks or even longer

State department

We are comparing notes with allies and partners to figure out how best to continue down path of dialogue with Russia, says state department

State department says US understands Russians will undertake consultaions back in Moscow after talks this week

State department says dialogue and diplomacy are important but we also need to see progress with Russia, which can only take palce in context of de-escalation

No one should be suprised if Moscow spreads disinformation about commitments that have not been made: State department

State department spokesperson Ned Price holds a news briefing

US largely settled on Russia sanctions if it invades Ukraine, officials say