The Group of 7 summit yielded a historic tax agreement that, if enacted, could yield billions for governments around the world.
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The World Bank sees the US recovery outpacing its peers' through 2023. Stronger inflation is a byproduct of that huge economic boom, JPMorgan said.
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Biden campaigned on reforming the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, but new data show 98% of borrowers are still being denied.
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Google's YouTube has received pushback for accepting political ads in recent years, and now the company is banning them from its masthead unit altogether.
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Nancy Pelosi signaled she is unwilling to strike a deal with Republicans if it means substantially cutting the size of the package.
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The Tax Policy Center found Biden's budget proposes families with children getting a $3,200 tax cut in 2022, largely thanks to the child tax credit.
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Americans' perceived chance of finding a new job hit 54% in May from 49.8%, the largest-ever monthly jump and the highest point since February 2020.
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McConnell, who previously blocked Barack Obama from filling a court vacancy in 2016, told Hugh Hewitt he'd do the same to Biden.
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Joe Biden wrongly suggested Boris Johnson hadn't introduced South African president Cyril Ramaphosa at a roundtable.
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The Vermont senator was the main competitor of Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton in the 2020 and 2016 Democratic primaries respectively.
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Biden told reporters he spoke with Queen Elizabeth about Putin and Xi Jinping, and added that "in terms of the look of her and just the generosity," she reminded him of his mother.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin and American counterpart Joe Biden recently agreed that relations between the two nations are a low point, but the two leaders may have found some common ground on the issue of cybercrime. Biden said at the G7 summit on Sunday that he was “open” to Putin’s proposal for the two countries to exchange cybercriminals: I’m open to — if there’s crimes committed against Russia that, in fact, are — and the people committing those crimes are being harbored in the United States — I’m committed to holding them accountable. And I’m — I heard that; I was…This story continues at The Next Web
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Doctors in India are seeing COVID-19 patients with symptoms like hearing loss and gangrene, as the infectious Delta variant spreads.
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McEnany was accused of lying and manipulating the truth on multiple occasions during her time as White House press secretary.
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The donation of Pfizer vials to Trinidad and Tobago treats around 200 people. The doses will go to the Ministry of National Security, officials said.
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The remarks come after international leaders of the G7, including the US, France, UK, Germany, and Japan, met in England over the weekend.
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The solo press conference is a departure from the last meeting between a US president and Putin, which last occurred with Trump in 2018.
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United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres criticized the G7 leaders' plan this week, saying "we need more than that."
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Tensions between Russia and the US have increased following a wave of cyberattacks that are believed to have originated in Russia.
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The G7 leaders are pushing for "a timely, transparent, expert-led, and science-based WHO-convened Phase 2 COVID-19 Origins study" to be issued.
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