Pompeo says Biden is playing with ‘self-dealt weak hand’ ahead of Putin summit

More On: russia Sen. Cotton blasts Biden, NATO over statement that goes soft on China No ‘killer’ instinct: Biden walks back Putin remark, calls him ‘worthy adversary’ NATO members vow to counter threats from China, Russia White House walks back Biden comments on cybercriminal swap with Russia Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is urging President Biden ​to utilize the […]

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President Joe Biden Visits Tulsa, Oklahoma to Commemorate Greenwood Massacre 100 Years Ago

Take action to address racial discrimination in the housing market, including by launching a first-of-its-kind interagency effort to address inequity in home appraisals, and conducting rulemaking to aggressively combat housing discrimination. Use the federal government’s purchasing power to grow federal contracting with small disadvantaged businesses by 50 percent, translating to an additional $100 billion over five years, and helping more […]

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Biden is pushing for electrification — but the next cyberattack could take down the grid

Electric vehicles got a big boost earlier this month when the Colonial Pipeline, which delivers 45 percent of fuel to the Eastern Seaboard, was shut down by a ransomware attack. The crisis resulted in “dangerous levels of smugness in Tesla owners,” as late night host Seth Meyers suggested. But EV drivers shouldn’t be quite so self-satisfied, experts say. “The hacking […]

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With ambassador picks, Biden faces donor vs. diversity test

President Joe Biden is facing a fresh challenge to his oft-repeatedcommitment to diversity in his administration: assembling a diplomatic corps that gives a nod to key political allies and donors while staying true to a campaign pledge to appoint ambassadors who look like America. More than three months into his administration, Biden has put forward just 11 ambassador nominations and […]

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