The call occurred ahead of the release of a US intelligence report on Khashoggi's brutal murder, which was expected to implicate MBS.
"This is not a victory lap, everything is not fixed, we have a long way to go," Biden said at an event honoring 50 million vaccine shots in his term.
Tesla has temporarily halted production of the Model 3 at its Freemont factory in a move analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush called "chip shortage driven."
President Biden has said the federal fleet will go 100% electric. The new mail trucks fall incredibly short of that.
The foreign policy of the Biden Presidency has a distinctly familiar feel to it, with a new executive order designed to boost domestic industry.
The new president continued his work of dismantling the work of his predecessor, which began moments after he was sworn in.
Twitter restricted journalists and activists in India as it wrestled with authorities' requests to ban accounts. They tell Insider what happened next.
Only 10 percent of the United States Postal Service’s new fleet of mail trucks will be battery-powered despite President Biden’s desire to convert the entire government fleet, USPS head Louis DeJoy revealed in Congressional testimony on Wednesday. The other 90 percent will be gas-powered, though the trucks — which are being built by defense contractor Oshkosh — are supposedly designed to be converted into electric vehicles down the road.
When DeJoy was asked why it wasn’t the other way around, he said he was willing to talk to the Biden administration but that the USPS doesn’t “have the 3 or 4 extra billion [dollars] in our plan right now that it would take to do it.” The USPS mail vehicles make up about a third of the entire government...
President Joe Biden wants to fix the country’s over reliance on places like China for key tech components, which have led to PS5 and Xbox Series X stock shortages.
On Wednesday, US President Joe Biden signed an executive order to boost manufacturing jobs by strengthening US supply chains for advanced batteries, pharmaceuticals, critical minerals, and semiconductors.Point to be noted that the US has become increasingly reliant on imports of these goods, which was considered potential national security and economic risk.The Biden administration is looking to address the planned 100-day review and the possibility of increased domestic production.President Biden delivered his words at a White House ceremony and said, “These are the kinds of common-sense solutions that all Americans can get behind.It’s about resilience, identifying possible points of vulnerabilities in our supply chains and making sure we have the backup alternatives or workarounds in place”.The White House officials also emphasized that the order would help to create manufacturing jobs.The deputy director of the White House National Economic Council, Sameera Fazili said there will be spillover research and development and jobs in the services sector.
Joe Biden’s administration is ditching certain terms used by former president Donald Trump’s White House – such as “illegal alien” – and US talk show Jimmy Kimmel is clearly here for it.“The president has been clear to all of us — words matter, tone matters and civility matters,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said this week.On Wednesday night, Jimmy read a long list of other Trump-era words that likely won’t be heard during Biden’s time in office — from “perfect call” and “covfefe” to “bring me my Sharpie” and “get Lou Dobbs on the phone!”Watch the video in full above.READ MORE:One Day More: James Corden Says Goodbye To Trump With Stirring Les Misérables SpoofDonald Trump 'Hijacks' Melania's Trump's Goodbye Message'What The Hell Are You Talking About?': Stephen Colbert Gives Trump A Riot Fact-Check
Conservative activist Anthony Aguero posted on social media saying he had been among the mob that entered the Capitol building.
'These little chips here for automobiles, I didn’t realize how many billions of chips are in here' President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Wednesday to do something about the semiconductor supply-chain woes that have left folks unable to obtain computer parts, system builders unable to ship PCs and game consoles, and automakers unable to manufacture vehicles.…
Critics argue the success of these individual relief bills undermines calls for significant state and local government aid in the federal stimulus package.
The US has felt the impact of recent shortages and supply chain backups, including for computer chips and medical supplies.
Senate Democrats are awaiting a key decision that would determine whether a $15 minimum wage can be included in the final package.
Semiconductor demand isn't going to drop, but supply has proven a problem.
Pandemic-related expenses still pose a risk to governments, but tax revenues have largely outperformed, the Fed chair said Wednesday.
A cost-benefit analysis found that Biden's child tax-credit expansion would cost $100 billion annually but produce $800 billion in societal benefits.
A new Politico/Morning Consult poll showed bipartisan support for the coronavirus aid package, which is set to receive a House vote on Friday.