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Banks ordered to promptly flag cybersecurity incidents under new US rule

US banking regulators on Thursday finalised a rule that directs banks to report any major cybersecurity incidents to the government within 36 hours of discovery.

White House says they are not ruling out a future Putin-Biden meeting

Biden eyes Thursday vote on giant social safety net expansion

President Joe Biden aimed Thursday to turn his win on sweeping infrastructure reform into success on the social welfare plank of his historic domestic agenda as lawmakers moved towards a vote on his Build Back Better blueprint.

President Joe Biden kicked off the North American Leaders Summit on Thursday with a one-on-one meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, calling their two countries’ relationship one of the easiest in the early going of his presidency.

The US consideration of a diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics was driven by concerns about human rights practices in Xinjiang province. There are areas that we do have concerns: human rights abuses.

White House spokesperson Jen Psaki on ThursdayThe US government accuses China of carrying out a genocide against Muslim ethnic groups in its western Xinjiang region, something that Beijing denies.

Biden: US may not send top dignitaries to Beijing Olympics

Biden says US considering diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics

White House says it is vital to confirm Ambassador to China

White House: US does not see electric vehicle tax credits as trade violation

The White House said on Thursday it did not view electric vehicle tax credits contained in President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” as a violation of a trade agreement between the United States and Canada.

US has discussed a possible joint release of oil from reserves with China and other countries, White House says

The case, which has drawn widespread interest from celebrities, including Kim Kardashian West, and anti-death penalty activists, sparked several protests and vigils across the state in the past two days.

The governor’s eleventh-hour reprieve followed the clemency recommendation of the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board

President greatly concerned about death penalty: WH

Oklahoma governor spares death-row inmate in last-minute reprieve

The man who killed Ahmaud Arbery testified Thursday that Arbery did not speak, show a weapon or threaten him in any way before he raised his shotgun and pointed it at the 25-year-old Black man.

North America Summit: President Joe Biden looking forward to host Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, says WH

Retail sales up from September 2020: White House

Shooter admits Ahmaud Arbery didn’t threaten him

The man who fatally shot Ahmaud Arbery has testified that the 25-year-old Black man did not speak, show a weapon or threaten him in any way before he raised his shotgun and pointed it at him.

Black pastors rally outside trial over Arbery’s killing

Hundreds of pastors are rallying at the Georgia courthouse where three white men are on trial in the killing of Ahmed Arbery