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Jerusalem Church Leader Says Israeli Extremists Threaten Christian Presence in City

The Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem has accused radical Israeli groups of threatening the presence of Christians in the holy city, in remarks that Israeli officials rejected as baseless.

U.S. Judge Blocks Biden COVID Vax Mandate for Federal Contractors

President Biden’s panel to examine changes to the Supreme Court expressed wariness of any big upheavals in a draft report released ahead of a final vote Tuesday.

US Bishops Set to Debate Biden’s Eligibility for Communion

U.S. Roman Catholic Bishops this week are expected to revisit whether President Joe Biden's support for abortion rights should disqualify him from receiving communion, an issue that has deepened rifts in the church since the Democrat took office.

PayPal Says It Is Not Pursuing Pinterest Acquisition

PayPal Inc. is not pursuing an acquisition of Pinterest Inc. at this time, the payments company said late on Sunday, responding to media reports that...

China Surprises US With Hypersonic Missile Test

China tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August, showing a capability that caught U.S. intelligence by surprise, the Financial Times reported, citing five unnamed sources.

First Berlin Teslas Could Come Next Month, Musk Tells Fans

The first cars to emerge from Tesla’s new Berlin factory should roll off the production line as early as next month, CEO Elon Musk...

Biden: Will ‘Work Like Hell” to Pass Infrastructure, Social Spending Bills; Pelosi Sets Oct. 31 Deadline

President Joe Biden said on Saturday he was going to "work like hell" to get both an infrastructure bill and a multi-trillion-dollar social spending bill passed through Congress and plans to travel more to bolster support with Americans.

Texas Governor Abbott Tests Negative for COVID-19 After Short Illness

Texas Governor Greg Abbott, whose state is engulfed in a fourth COVID surge, said he tested negative for COVID-19 on Saturday after having a "brief and mild" bout with the infection this week.

U.S. automakers to say they aspire to up to 50% of EV sales by 2030 -sources

Detroit's Big Three automakers plan to announce on Thursday that they aspire to have 40% to 50% of new vehicle sales by 2030 be electric models as they call for billions in U.S. government assistance to meet aggressive targets, sources briefed on the matter said.

U.S. Senate in rare Saturday session on $1 trillion infrastructure bill

The U.S. Senate in a rare Saturday session worked on a bill that would spend $1 trillion on roads, rail lines and other infrastructure, as lawmakers from both parties sought to advance President Joe Biden's top legislative priority.

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