Justin Sink, Bloomberg

Justin Sink


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Justin:

US-EU Seek Deal on Minerals Used in EVs in Race for Green Investments

The US and European Union are seeking a preliminary agreement on the supply of so-called critical minerals used in electric vehicles, a step toward Washington’s efforts to reduce the global reliance on China for materials necessary for green-energy technologies. → Read More

Biden Fires $6.9 Trillion Salvo to Open Budget Showdown (1)

President Joe Biden unveiled a $6.9 trillion budget proposal on Thursday, a defiant opening salvo in high-stakes negotiations with congressional Republicans over the debt ceiling and government funding. → Read More

Biden to Urge 25% Billionaire Tax, Levies on Rich Investors

President Joe Biden is proposing a series of new tax increases on billionaires, rich investors and corporations in his latest proposal for how Congress should prioritize taxes and spending. → Read More

Debt Ceiling Catapults New Biden Budget Into Market Spotlight

President Joe Biden’s budget proposal is an opening salvo in the looming impasse with Republicans over raising the debt ceiling and funding the US government. → Read More

Biden Gives Medal of Honor to Trailblazing Special Forces Member

President Joe Biden bestowed the Medal of Honor on one of the nation’s first Black special forces officers in the US Army, who struggled for decades to earn recognition for his actions saving fellow soldiers during a grueling, day-long firefight in Vietnam. → Read More

Biden Orders Door-to-Door Health Surveys After Rail Disaster

President Joe Biden instructed federal agents responding to the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, to go door-to-door to conduct health surveys with impacted families, a White House official said Monday. → Read More

Biden Says He Is Ruling Out Giving Ukraine F-16s ‘For Now’

President Joe Biden said he is ruling out Ukraine’s request for F-16 fighter jets at this time, despite increased pressure from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. → Read More

Biden Plans to Host Spring State Dinner for South Korea’s Yoon

President Joe Biden is planning to host South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol for a White House state dinner this spring, according to people familiar with the matter. → Read More

Biden Dismisses Questions About Age, Tells Voters to ‘Watch Me’

President Joe Biden dismissed concerns about his age ahead of an expected 2024 reelection campaign, citing his performance in Tuesday night’s State of the Union address. → Read More

China Claims Balloon Accidentally Drifted Into US Airspace

China said a suspected spy balloon spotted over Montana blew off course and entered US airspace by accident. → Read More

White House Accuses GOP of ‘Economic Vandalism’ Over Debt Limit

The White House accused congressional Republicans of “unprecedented economic vandalism” Wednesday after an Arizona congressman said the US should decline to raise the debt ceiling, intensifying the rhetorical battle over the spending limit. The White House seized on comments made by Andy Biggs — an Arizona Republican who said he did not support increasing the debt ceiling – to accuse Republicans… → Read More

Why Hunter Biden Is Back in the News

Hunter Biden, the second-born son of the US president, has a way of staying in the news. His work in Ukraine was a topic of the 2019 phone call that led to the first impeachment of then-President Donald Trump. E-mails and photos taken from his abandoned laptop computer spurred a dispute over whether social media companies censor legitimate news. An investigation of his finances could wind up… → Read More

Biden’s Missteps on Secret Papers Create a Self-Inflicted Crisis

The latest discovery of classified material at Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, highlights the long-term political and legal risk to the president from a rapidly unfolding investigation that could yield further damaging revelations. → Read More

Biden to Give State of the Union Feb. 7 as Debt Fight Looms

President Joe Biden has accepted House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s invitation to deliver the State of the Union address on Feb. 7. → Read More

Everything We Know About Biden’s Classified Documents Discovery So Far

When classified documents were reported to have been found in his former office in Washington, US President Joe Biden said he was “surprised” and told reporters he didn’t know what they contained. → Read More

House GOP Demands Probe of Biden Files After Defending Trump

House Republicans seized on the discovery of classified documents at a private office used by President Joe Biden, demanding multiple probes of the incident even after defending Donald Trump’s alleged mishandling of hundreds of sensitive records. Representative Mike Turner, the Ohio Republican who leads the House Intelligence Committee, on Tuesday wrote to the Director of National Intelligence… → Read More

Jill Biden to Have Surgery to Remove Lesion Found in Screening

First Lady Jill Biden will undergo an outpatient procedure next week to remove a small lesion found during a skin cancer screening, White House physician Kevin O’Connor said in a statement on Wednesday. → Read More

Biden-McConnell Comity Is Sharp Contrast to GOP’s Speaker Mayhem

As Republican leader Kevin McCarthy fought party hardliners in a faltering bid to become US House speaker, his GOP counterpart in the Senate was almost 500 miles away from Washington — celebrating a landmark bipartisan accomplishment with the Democratic president. → Read More

Biden to Meet With Japan’s Kishida at White House Next Week

President Joe Biden will welcome Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio to the White House on Jan. 13, as Japan looks to bolster its defense capabilities amid North Korean missile tests and Chinese military drills that have stoked concern across the Pacific. → Read More

As He Preps for 2024, Biden Has Finally Found His Footing as President

Bloomberg Wall Street Week, hosted by David Westin, is a reinvention of the iconic Wall Street Week, which aired on PBS for over 30 years and was hosted by late financial journalist Louis Rukeyser. The one-hour program features market and geopolitical discussions with a rotating panel of influential voices including thought leaders, CEOs, policy makers and economists. → Read More