US President Joe Biden and other world leaders who spoke at Tuesday’s United Nations General Assembly were given a fresh microphone head in order to prevent the gathering of world leaders from becoming a COVID superspreader event. The microphone head, had the appearance of black, condom-like bag. One reporter wrote: ‘New in the age of COVID, a little condom for the microphone’… Continue reading President Joe Biden and other world leaders are given microphone ‘condoms’ at UN amid COVID fears (photos)
The House passed a bill Tuesday that would both prevent a government shutdown and suspend the debt limit in a step toward preventing possible economic calamity. The chamber approved the plan in a 220-211 vote. All Democrats voted for it and all Republicans opposed it. As the bill heads to the Senate, Republicans are threatening… Continue reading House passes bill to avoid government shutdown, suspend debt limit — but it faces Senate roadblocks with deadlines near
WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden defended his decision to end America’s longest war in Afghanistan in his address to the United Nations on Tuesday, a move that he says will allow the U.S. to pivot to other global challenges like the Covid pandemic, climate change and an ambitious China. Biden’s debut address to the 193-member… Continue reading Biden vows a new era of ‘relentless diplomacy’ as the world contends with Covid, climate change and China
The 50th anniversary of the Congressional Black Caucus was off the hook, thanks to the host — Vice President Kamala Harris — and her menu did not disappoint … not by a longshot!!! We got Congressman Gregory Meeks on the Hill Monday, and he could not be prouder of the event … an event hosted… Continue reading REP. GREGORY MEEKSCONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS HAD FANTASTIC FOOD …Thanks To Kamala Harris!!!
President Buhari today September 21 met with the Director-General of the World Trade Organization, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, in New York. The meeting comes ahead of the UN General Assembly meeting taking place in the U.S. later today.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden will defend his decision to end America’s military mission in Afghanistan as he addresses the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday for the first time as president. Biden is also expected to discuss the Covid pandemic, climate change and the challenges posed by China. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was scheduled to… Continue reading President Biden addresses the United Nations General Assembly
Top leaders of the European Union on Monday, September 20 bluntly accused U.S. President Joe Biden of disloyalty to the transatlantic alliance, and demanded he explain why he misled France and other European partners in forging a new strategic alliance with the U.K. and Australia in the Indo-Pacific. The extraordinary rebuke of the new American… Continue reading EU leaders accuse Biden of disloyalty to US allies
Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wins re-election but falls short of a majority Justin Trudeau has won a third term as Canada’s prime minister, but his decision to hold election early didn’t really pay off as his bid to win a majority of seats failed. The Liberals (Trudeau’s party) won the most seats of any… Continue reading Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wins re-election but falls short of a majority
Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said that the federal government is not interested in naming and shaming sponsors of terrorism. According to him, the government is more interested in ensuring that those found guilty will be brought to book. Adesina disclosed this during a recent interview with Channels… Continue reading FG not interested in naming and shaming sponsors of terrorism- Femi Adesina
With just a handful of days until Germans vote in the federal election on Sunday, the latest poll shows the gap narrowing between the top two contenders. While Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) remains in front, a new poll by Insa for the German newspaper Bild has found the gap is narrowing. The SPD is… Continue reading Germany’s election race is too close to call as Socialists’ poll lead narrows