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Past articles by Steve:

UAW, automakers to resume talks as strike starts to create parts shortage

The walkouts at assembly plants operated by Ford in Wayne, Michigan, GM in Wentzville, Missouri and Stellantis' Jeep brand in Toledo, Ohio, halted production of the Ford Bronco, Jeep Wrangler and Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck. → Read More

Biden wants automakers to give UAW workers more in strike talks

U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday called on automakers to concede more to workers who walked off the job at Detroit's largest car companies, accusing them of enjoying record profits without sharing them fairly with workers. → Read More

US believes Russians in Ukraine have suffered 100,000 casualties in 5 months

The White House on Monday estimated that Russia's military has suffered 100,000 casualties in the last five months in fighting in the Bakhmut region and other areas of Ukraine. → Read More

Biden visits tornado-hit Mississippi town

U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday consoled families of victims and toured scenes of devastation in a Mississippi town after storms last week killed 26 people and destroyed homes and property in Mississippi and Alabama. → Read More

Biden had skin cancer removed, doctor says no more treatment needed

U.S. President Joe Biden had a skin lesion removed from his chest in February that was a basal cell carcinoma - a common form of skin cancer - and no further treatment is needed, White House physician Kevin O'Connor said on Friday. → Read More

US to announce new military aid package for Ukraine on Friday

The United States will announce a new military aid package for Ukraine on Friday, worth roughly $400 million and comprised mainly of ammunition, two officials and a person familiar with the package said. → Read More

Biden says 'I'm gonna raise some taxes' in March budget proposal

President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that his March 9 budget proposal to the U.S. Congress will include some higher taxes, including on billionaires, but will not violate his pledge not to raise rates on Americans making less than $400,000 a year. → Read More

Biden plans speech on balloon, unidentified objects -sources

President Joe Biden plans to give a speech as early as Thursday that will represent his most extensive remarks yet about a high-altitude Chinese balloon and three other objects that were shot down by U.S. fighter jets, two sources familiar with the discussions said on Wednesday. → Read More

Biden pledges to not let America default on its debt

President Joe Biden challenged Republicans on Tuesday to release a budget proposal and let Americans decide whether they want to stay the course with his economic vision or pursue policies that he says would drive up the national debt. → Read More

Diplomatic spat deepens as U.S. examines Chinese balloon debris

A diplomatic rift between China and the United States deepened on Tuesday with Beijing accusing Washington of flying high-altitude balloons into its airspace, as the U.S. military examined debris of a suspected Chinese spy balloon it downed this month. → Read More

Nikki Haley launches 2024 Republican presidential bid, first challenge to Trump

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that she will seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, putting her at odds with one-time boss Donald Trump, the ex-president also seeking to win back the White House. → Read More

U.S. shoots down car-sized unidentified object flying above Alaska

A U.S. F-22 fighter jet on Friday shot down an unidentified object flying high over Alaska, U.S. officials said, less than a week after the military brought down a Chinese balloon that had flown across the United States. → Read More

FBI searches and finds one additional classified record in Pence's home

The FBI recovered one additional government page with classified markings during a consensual search on Friday at the Indianapolis residence of former Vice President Mike Pence, after classified documents were discovered at his house last month, a Pence spokesman said. → Read More

Biden says Chinese spy balloon not a major security breach

President Joe Biden, under fire from some lawmakers, said on Thursday he did not view a Chinese spy balloon that transited the United States before it was shot down in the Atlantic Ocean to have been a major security breach. → Read More

China's balloon over the U.S. seen as bold but clumsy espionage tactic

China's flight of a suspected surveillance balloon over the United States appears to mark a more aggressive - albeit puzzling - espionage tactic than relying on satellites and the theft of industrial and defense secrets, security experts said. → Read More

Biden hails January jobs report, waves off inflation question

President Joe Biden on Friday hailed a jobs report that showed 517,000 jobs were created in January and unemployment fell to 3.4%, its lowest rate in 54 years, as evidence that his economic plan is strengthening the U.S. economy. → Read More

Biden thanks White House's Deese for helping steer economic recovery

U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday credited Brian Deese, his outgoing top White House economic adviser, for helping achieve the administration's economic vision for the country. → Read More

Biden calls for expanded federal medical leave, paid benefits for workers

U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday joined former President Bill Clinton to mark the 30th anniversary of the 1993 law that allows Americans to take unpaid medical leave, and vowed to keep fighting for paid leave for all Americans. → Read More

Biden to attack House Republicans in economic speech

President Joe Biden will use a speech at a steamfitters union hall on Thursday to launch an attack against Republicans who control the U.S. House of Representatives, saying that some of their proposals are dangerous for the U.S. economy. → Read More

Frank talks and frustration: How the U.S. got to yes on Abrams tanks

They are expensive and hard to maintain. They run on jet fuel. And they are difficult to operate. → Read More