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Doctor Abortion Case, Texas AG Impeachment, Turkey Election
Indiana doctor Caitlin Bernard, who spoke out publicly about providing an abortion to a 10-year-old girl from Ohio, faces disciplinary action for violating privacy laws. Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton might be impeached in a vote by members of his own party for allegedly abusing his power. And, voters will head to the polls in Turkey this weekend to decided if President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will continue his 20-year rule.
Ukraine's Delayed Offensive, IVG Reproduction, Preparing for Debt Default
Ukraine has been preparing for months to launch a counteroffensive against Russia's invasion, but the high stakes operation has seen many delays. Scientists are using a new method known as in vitro gametogenesis, or IVG, that could revolutionize the way babies are made. And if the government defaults on its debt, people will have a harder time borrowing money.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is set to announce his bid for the Republican nomination live on Twitter with CEO Elon Musk. Relations between Washington and Beijing have been tense lately, but China's new ambassador to the U.S. says he wants to get the two sides back on track. And, the United States is at risk of downgrading its AAA credit rating as debt ceiling negotiations drag on.
Treasury Prioritizes Bills, Colorado River Deal, TikTok Sues Montana
The Treasury department is preparing for the possibility of a national default by deciding which bills to pay first if President Joe Biden fails to strike a deal with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on raising the debt limit. California, Arizona and Nevada are proposing new cutbacks to their use of the drought-stricken Colorado River to keep it from running dry. And, TikTok is suing the state of Montana to block a law that would put an outright ban on the popular video-sharing app.
Debt Ceiling Talks, Senator Tim Scott 2024 Bid, Columbus OH Curfew
President Joe Biden spoke with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on his way back from Japan as they prepare to meet at the White House today to discuss the debt ceiling. Senator Tim Scott is announcing his bid for the Republican nomination for president in the 2024 race. And while gun regulations are being argued in court, the mayor of Columbus, Ohio is instating a curfew after a deadly month in the city.
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