President Joe Biden briefly moved power to Vice President Kamala Harris; Harris became the first woman with presidential power

President Joe Biden on Friday briefly moved power to Vice President Kamala Harris while he was under anesthesia for a routine colonoscopy for one hour and 25 minutes, as indicated by the White House. The country’s first female, first Black, and first South Asian VP broke one more barrier when she briefly stepped into the… Continue reading President Joe Biden briefly moved power to Vice President Kamala Harris; Harris became the first woman with presidential power

President Joe Biden, China’s Xi Jinping will meet Monday amid tensions between countries Beijing and Washington

President Joe Biden is set to talk with Chinese President Xi Jinping Monday, as tensions between Beijing and Washington have mounted. The planned virtual meeting will be the third discussion between the pair since Biden took office at the start of the year, and the first since news outlets detailed in mid-October that China had… Continue reading President Joe Biden, China’s Xi Jinping will meet Monday amid tensions between countries Beijing and Washington

South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited New York to attend the UN General Assembly annual session

South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited New York on Sunday to attend an annual session of the United Nations General Assembly. Moon Jae-in intends to give a keynote speech on Korean peace and Seoul’s role in resolving global difficulties, including the COVID-19 pandemic and climate emergency, as indicated by his office. Moon Jae-in’s five-day visit… Continue reading South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited New York to attend the UN General Assembly annual session

President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris signed the Juneteenth bill to make June 19 a federal holiday

US President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris have signed a bill into law to make June 19 a federal holiday celebrating the end of the legal subjugation of black Americans. The bill, which was passed predominantly by the US House of Representatives the day before after a consistent vote in the Senate, denotes the… Continue reading President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris signed the Juneteenth bill to make June 19 a federal holiday

President Joe Biden and PM Yoshihide Suga agree US and Japan will work together on 5G to compete with China

U.S. President Joe Biden Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga promised Friday for his first in-person summit to work together on the quick development of 5G communications technologies to keep one of China’s leading organizations from dominating the global market, a symbolic first move at supporting an alliance that shriveled during the Trump… Continue reading President Joe Biden and PM Yoshihide Suga agree US and Japan will work together on 5G to compete with China

Australia and US are discussing “strategic planning” on responses to war over Taiwan, American diplomat says

A senior American diplomat says Australia and the United States are discussing emergency plans if a military clash emits over Taiwan. The US is undertaking “strategic planning” with its Australian partner to think about likely joint responses to war over Taiwan, as indicated by President Joe Biden’s top diplomat in Canberra. The US consulate’s most… Continue reading Australia and US are discussing “strategic planning” on responses to war over Taiwan, American diplomat says

Yoshihide Suga and Joe Biden to insist Senkaku Islands fall under Japan-U.S. security agreement

Japan and the United States intend to attest the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea fall under the extent of their security deal in a joint articulation to be issued by Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and US President Joe Biden at their summit one month from now, a government source said Friday. The… Continue reading Yoshihide Suga and Joe Biden to insist Senkaku Islands fall under Japan-U.S. security agreement

North Korea launches two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan, U.S. official and Japan PM Yoshihide Suga say

North Korea launched two ballistic missiles which fell outside the Japanese exclusive economic zone into the Sea of Japan on Thursday- – the second such launch in under a week, a U.S. official and Japan’s PM Yoshihide Suga said. South Korea likewise affirmed the launch. South Korea’s joint chiefs of staff said in an explanation… Continue reading North Korea launches two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan, U.S. official and Japan PM Yoshihide Suga say

US President Joe Biden will nominate antitrust scholar Lina Khan to the Federal Trade Commission for Key Regulatory Post

US President Joe Biden declared he plans to designate Columbia Law School professor Lina Khan to serve as a commissioner on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Khan is viewed as a leading scholar in the antitrust movement. Biden on Monday named a noticeable advocate of breaking Big Tech firms to a key regulatory post, in… Continue reading US President Joe Biden will nominate antitrust scholar Lina Khan to the Federal Trade Commission for Key Regulatory Post

President Joe Biden will organize his first formal news conference on March 25

President Joe Biden will hold his first formal news conference since taking office on March 25, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday. Biden is behind his 15 latest archetypes, who all held a solo news conference within 33 days of taking office, as indicated by a CNN investigation of the previous 100 years.… Continue reading President Joe Biden will organize his first formal news conference on March 25