What do you watch from Joe Biden’s trip to the Group of Seven?

Higher costs – driven in part by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – will be central to Sunday’s agenda, as leaders simultaneously work to maintain pressure on Moscow while also looking for ways to mitigate price hikes that have cost them both politically. It can be a difficult task. The Russian energy embargo has contributed to … Read more

Biden arrives in Europe to keep allies united against Russia as a brutal war in Ukraine takes a heavy toll

The president arrived in Germany late Saturday local time. However, big questions loom about the talks in Germany and Spain, and more importantly whether a united Western response to the conflict can continue — particularly as leaders face the threat of a global recession and growing anger at home over rising gas, food, and food … Read more

How partisanship makes polls more complex

For one thing, there is a stark partisan divide in the responses to even realistic economic questions. Take the month of April CBS News/YouGov Poll Which found that Democrats were not only 41 percentage points more likely than Republicans to say the state of the national economy was generally good but also 29 percentage points … Read more

The return of stagflation can be prevented with smart policy – POLITICO

Joachim Nagel is Chairman of the Deutsche Bundesbank. Flashy background, corduroy flares, long sideburns, disco and punk. The 1970s were a tumultuous “in your face” decade. And for many, this decade is still a magnet. Revivals come again and again, both in fashion and music. Economically, the 1970s were a difficult decade, plagued by two … Read more

Ukrainian army leaves devastated city for fortified positions

Kyiv, Ukraine (AFP) – After weeks of fierce fightingA regional official said, on Friday, that Ukrainian forces began withdrawing from a besieged city in the east of the country to move to stronger positions, a four-month sign of the Russian invasion. The planned withdrawal from Severodonetsk, the administrative center of the Luhansk region, comes after … Read more

Two contenders in Senate District 43 redrawn with no incumbent | Sweetened

In February, Andrea Smith launched into the campaign trail as one of three candidates seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Senator Daphne Jordan, a Halfmoon Republican, while State Assemblyman Jake Ashby, a Castleton Republican, planned to run for re-election. to his seat in the assembly. like Smith In mid-May, a court-appointed expert from Pittsburgh rocked … Read more

Biden, Chevron’s chief of commerce sharp words on gas prices

Washington (AFP) – In a back-and-forth signal, Chevron’s chief complained on Tuesday that President Joe Biden had denigrated energy companies at a time when gasoline prices were near record levels and the president responded that the oil company’s CEO was a “moderate” sensitive. “ The president in recent weeks has criticized oil producers and refiners … Read more

The Supreme Court says Maine cannot exclude religious schools from educational assistance programs

The 6-3 ruling is the latest move by the conservative court to expand religious freedom rights and bring more religion into public life, a trend reinforced by the addition of three Former President Donald Trumpcandidates. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote to the majority: “Maine’s ‘non-denominational’ requirement for generally available tuition assistance payments violates the Free … Read more

WNBA’s Griner’s wife told The Associated Press that the scheduled call never happened

Sheryl Greiner said Monday that Britney Greiner tried to call her wife nearly a dozen times through the US Embassy in Russia on the couple’s fourth anniversary on Saturday, but they never called because the embassy’s phone line was not staffed. . The pair have not spoken on the phone in the four months since … Read more

Former US ambassador says raising tariffs on China can lower inflation

Former US ambassador David Adelman said removing tariffs on imported Chinese goods would strip 1% of US inflation over time and restore confidence in the economy, which could help President Joe Biden at the ballot box. “Inflation will be the number one issue in the November US midterm elections,” Adelman told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on … Read more