Friday, September 24

US House approves Biden’s $3.5tn domestic budget blueprint
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US House approves Biden’s $3.5tn domestic budget blueprint

The US Congress has approved a $3.5tn (£2.54tn) budget blueprint, setting the stage for Democrats to enact President Joe Biden's ambitious economic agenda. The rule that passed on Tuesday allows Democrats, who narrowly control both chambers, to move ahead with key policy proposals. Mr Biden's party hopes to devote significant resources to family support, health and climate schemes. It passed the House of Representatives 220-212, with no Republican support. The resolution's fate was unclear as late as Tuesday morning, amid a standoff between progressive and centrist House Democrats. The Democrats are enacting a process called budget reconciliation to approve Mr Biden's larger spending package - and passage of the budget blueprint Tuesday is the first step. A group of ...
Trump announced victory in US elections ahead of key vote
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Trump announced victory in US elections ahead of key vote

US President Donald Trump reiterated his confidence in his victory in the November 3 presidential election and urged supporters not to let the opposition steal that result. He expressed this point of view at a campaign rally in Georgia, where on Tuesday a vote will take place for the candidatures of two senators from the region. Trump urged supporters to "make sure their votes count as" radical Democrats want to take Senate seats "from Republicans. He also insists that he won a presidential election" by a wide margin, "which his opponents are allegedly trying to steal by falsifications. Trump recalled the upcoming January 6 approval by the US Congress of the electoral college voting results, which had previously been named the winner of Democrat Joseph Biden. He called on fellow par...
Analysts named the top ten risks of 2021
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Analysts named the top ten risks of 2021

The "divided America" phenomenon, the coronavirus pandemic and climate change are among the main risks of the coming year 2021. This forecast is presented by the consulting company Eurasia Group According to analysts, the growing internal polarization in the United States, which again clearly manifested itself in the presidential elections in the country at the end of last year, leads to the fact that, regardless of the winner, about half of the citizens consider the head of state illegitimate. It's too early to write off the coronavirus pandemic. One factor here is vaccine distribution. Experts fear that delays in the availability of these drugs in poor countries will increase the negative impact on the stability and economic situation in them, provoke unrest. The third plac...
Merry Christmas!!!
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Merry Christmas!!!

Oncologist Omar Atik from the United States decided to make a generous gift to those patients who still owe him for treatment, and write off their debts for the New Year. We are talking about $650 thousand, which owed the Atika clinic almost 200 patients. The oncologist closed his clinic in March last year, after 29 years of work. But his former patients were left with large debts, according to Lad Bible. The doctor waited for the patients to pay off, but then realized that most of them simply do not have money. Then he conferred with his wife and decided to send everyone a Christmas card with a notice of debt cancellation. Omar Atik hopes this will bring hope for a brighter new year 2021. "I love them, I care about them, and I'm glad I was able to do something for my patients," Atik s...
China turns off the lights in ‘Christmas town’ as officials race to meet energy targets
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China turns off the lights in ‘Christmas town’ as officials race to meet energy targets

Yiwu, a manufacturing hub in eastern China, is known for producing Christmas decorations. Hong Kong (CNN Business)For months, factories in the city of Yiwu, known as China's "Christmas town," have been cranking out most of the tinsel, decorations and other festive ornaments now hanging on trees worldwide.But production almost stopped in mid-December, as local authorities switched off the lights.Ma Hairu, who works for a manufacturer making paper decorations for Christmas and New Year, said his factory was struggling to meet demand because they're only allowed to work half days. "We have a lot of orders, but we don't have enough time to make them," he said. We have a lot of orders, but we don't have enough time to make them."MA HAIRU, YIWU MANUFACTURER Officials in China's Zh...