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  • Congress has edged closer to approving a short-term funding measure to avoid a government shutdown.
  • More than two million Florida residents are without power after Hurricane Ian made landfall on Florida’s Gulf coast yesterday evening.
  • Democrat Senate candidates continue to maintain polling leads in battleground states.
  • Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen intends to remain in her post and complete work on two key projects.
  • Biden administration officials held calls with Danish counterparts as the fallout continues from the Nordstream leaks.
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  • Congress has edged closer to approving a short-term funding measure to avoid a government shutdown.
  • More than two million Florida residents are without power after Hurricane Ian made landfall on Florida’s Gulf coast yesterday evening.
  • Democrat Senate candidates continue to maintain polling leads in battleground states.
  • Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen intends to remain in her post and complete work on two key projects.
  • Biden administration officials held calls with Danish counterparts as the fallout continues from the Nordstream leaks.