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Recent articles by Jordan:

Biden tests negative for COVID but will isolate pending second test

President Biden, 79, tested negative for COVID-19 and “continues to feel very well,” presidential physician Kevin O’Connor said Saturday. → Read More

Biden’s Fist Bump Fiasco Muddles Bid to Avoid MBS Handshake

A glowing orb, a back-slapping embrace, a formal handshake, or a cool, Covid-appropriate fist bump? For all the talk of oil, the most pressing decision for President Joe Biden this week could come down to choosing the appropriate greeting when he meets the Saudi leader he vowed to snub. → Read More

Biden Lauds CIA for Punching ‘Gigantic Hole’ in Putin’s Playbook

President Joe Biden praised the Central Intelligence Agency’s efforts to expose Russia’s plans to invade Ukraine, telling the staff that they had “punched a gigantic hole” in President Vladimir Putin’s objectives. → Read More

Biden Turns to Direct Attacks on Trump as Midterm Elections Near

President Joe Biden accused former President Donald Trump of “dismissing and ignoring the forgotten people he promised to help” in a unusually blunt attack on Wednesday, indicating that the White House may be trying to turn the midterm elections into a referendum on his predecessor. → Read More

Biden Backs Filibuster Change to Restore Abortion Rights

Upside Foods opened the largest synthetic meat factory in the world. It's designed to grow thousands of pounds of chicken, beef and pork. Backed by Bill Gates and Richard Branson, Upside is betting consumers will go for vat-grown meat. → Read More

G-7 Expected to Agree on Exploring a Price Cap on Russian Oil

Group of Seven nations are set to announce an effort to pursue a price cap on Russian oil, US officials said Monday, though there is not yet a hard agreement on curbing what is a key source of revenue for Vladimir Putin for his war in Ukraine. → Read More

G-7 Set to Ban New Russian Gold Imports in Pledge Backed by US

US President Joe Biden and fellow Group of Seven leaders will agree to announce a ban on new gold imports from Russia, a person familiar with the plan said, the latest sanction in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

Biden Says Zelenskiy Brushed Off Warnings of Russia’s Invasion

(Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy tuned out warnings that Russia would invade his country in the lead-up to the... → Read More

Biden Says Inflation Is ‘Bane of Our Existence’ on Kimmel Show

President Joe Biden called inflation the “bane” of the US in an appearance on a late-night talk show, and said that high food and gas prices could be offset by legislation lowering the cost of prescription drugs and childcare. → Read More

Biden Has Few Good Options to Curb Mass Shootings That Plague US

President Joe Biden is demanding swift action on gun safety in response to the massacre at a Texas elementary school, yet he has few viable options to curtail the mass shootings that continue to plague the nation. → Read More

Biden’s Latest Taiwan Gaffe Hikes Suspicion, Tensions in Beijing

President Joe Biden is seeking to show US resolve against China, yet an ill-timed gaffe on Taiwan risks undermining his bid to curb Beijing’s growing influence over the region. → Read More

Biden Invokes Emergency Powers to Try to Ease Formula Shortage

President Joe Biden invoked emergency powers under the Defense Production Act to try and boost production of baby formula, while ordering the use of government planes for imports to alleviate shortages. → Read More

Buffalo Killings Lay Bare Washington Inertia on Guns, Extremism

President Joe Biden will visit Buffalo on Tuesday to honor the victims of what authorities are calling a racist mass shooting, as Washington remains paralyzed around issues of gun violence and extremism. → Read More

Secretary of State Blinken, Secretary of Defense Austin to visit Ukraine, Zelensky says

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin would visit Kyiv on Sunday, in what would be a risky show of support for Ukraine in its war against Russia. → Read More

U.S. Envoys Blinken, Austin to Visit Ukraine, Zelenskiy Says

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said that U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin would visit Kyiv on Sunday, in what would be a risky show of support for Ukraine’s defense against Russia’s invasion. → Read More

Title 42 and ‘Remain in Mexico' Fight Add Up to Immigration Woes for Biden

President Joe Biden faces political peril as a showdown at the Supreme Court on immigration coincides with widespread criticism of his plan to end pandemic-related border controls. → Read More

Biden Confuses Mask Mandate With Title 42 in Latest Gaffe

President Joe Biden mixed up the federal mask mandate with pandemic-related border controls on Thursday, temporarily causing confusion about his response to key issues facing his administration. → Read More

U.S. to Forgo Tests of Anti-Satellite Missiles Over Debris Risks

Vice President Kamala Harris will announce Monday that the U.S. won’t test some anti-satellite weapons in space, a move aimed at pressuring rivals Russia and China. → Read More

Biden Accuses Putin of Committing ‘Genocide’ in Ukraine

President Joe Biden for the first time accused Russia of committing genocide in Ukraine, significantly escalating his condemnation of President Vladmir Putin’s invasion. → Read More

Biden Team Expected to Lift Pandemic Immigration Restriction

The Biden administration is expected to soon discontinue expelling most migrants crossing U.S. borders based on a pandemic-related public health order, according to a person familiar with the planning. → Read More