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US confident in ability to closely work with Europe in Indo-Pacific: Senior US official

US Senate majority leader Schumer says House, Senate and White House have agreed to a framework for revenue for Biden’s social program investments

Horses will no longer be used at Del Rio border area: White House

1,401 Haiti nationals have been repatriated so far: White House

White House: Administration will not send migrants at the border to Guantanamo

White House says outgoing US special envoy to Haiti never raised his concerns about migration

Way out of crisis will take ‘time’ and ‘action’, France tells US

White House cheers ‘progess’ on spending bill after Schumer announcement

The White House cheered progress on Congress’s pending multi-trillion dollar spending bill Thursday, after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced an agreement between House and Senate Democrats on how to pay for the bill.

US charges ex-Wall Street quantitative analyst with insider trading

US prepared to be patient but if Iran doesn’t resume talks soon, we will have to decide if nuclear deal is still relevant: Official

Five people injured in shooting at US military base: Official

Five people were injured in a shooting Thursday at the highly secure Ft. Meade army base north of Washington, an emergency official said.

US-France submarine row: French foreign minister says he met with Blinken, aiming to restore confidence between the two countries

Search for Gabby Petito’s fiance in Florida wilderness enters sixth day

The exhaustive search for slain travel blogger Gabby Petito’s fiance in a vast Florida wilderness entered sixth day on Thursday as the mystery deepened around a case that has engrossed Americans. A team of divers joined police and FBI agents using boats and helicopters looking for Brian Laundrie (23) in the alligator-infested Carlton Reserve again on Thursday morning, a spokesman said. As of Wednesday night, he said, they had “nothing” to show for their efforts so far.

University of California neuroscientists find how associative memories are formed

The ability to remember relationships between unrelated items, say an odour and a location, or a song and an event, is known as associative memory. Neuroscientists at the University of California, Irvine, have discovered specific types of neurons within the memory centre of the brain that are responsible for acquiring new associative memories. The findings of the study were published in the journal ‘Nature’.

US Congressman introduces sanctions bill targeting China’s military

Taliban takeover in Afghanistan could inspire US extremists to plot attacks on American soil: FBI Director

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday warned that the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan could inspire US-based extremists to plot attacks on American soil.

Netflix unveils intriguing trailer of Britney Spears’ documentary about her conservatorship

Ahead of pop singer Britney Spears’ next conservatorship hearing, streaming giant Netflix has unveiled a trailer of ‘Britney vs. Spears’ documentary. For the unversed, Britney’s conservatorship began in 2008 after the singer had several mental breakdowns publicly. Her father Jamie Spears served as both a conservator of her estate and person for more than a decade, but in 2019, he temporarily stepped down as manager of her person due to his health issues. Jodi Montgomery temporarily took his place. And earlier this year, Britney and her lawyer filed the official court petition to request the removal of Jamie as conservator of the songstress’ estate. As per the trailer, it seems like makers have explored Britney’s conservatorship in a detailed way.

US announces USD 180 million humanitarian aid for Rohingya refugees

US lawmakers walk out of classified Afghanistan briefing

California governor signs legislation to protect warehouse workers

California Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed a bill that limits warehouse employers like Inc from setting productivity quotas, the first legislation of its kind in the United States.