USA news live: Solar energy could power 40% of US electricity by 2035, federal report says – Times of India

Judge: Florida can’t enforce ban on school mask mandates

I can’t thank you enough for what you have done for my career, for the country: Biden to labour unions

US doing ‘everything in our power’ to start Afghan charter flights

Blinken says Taliban legitimacy will have to be ‘earned’

Texas prisoner seeks stay of execution on religious grounds

A death row prisoner in Texas has asked the Supreme Court for a last-minute stay of execution because his pastor will not be allowed to hold him as he is put to death by lethal injection.

Govt. should never be a barrier to workers’ organisation, it’s government’s duty to remove those barriers: Biden

US to join dialogue on climate action hosted by Argentina

Blinken warns US getting ‘closer’ to giving up on Iran nuclear deal

When unions win, America wins, we grow: Biden

America was built by middle class and (labour) unions build the middle class, President Joe Biden remarks in honour of labour unions

Biden administration plans tougher action to rein in meat prices

Japan’s Suga to visit US for ‘quad’ summit with Australia, India

Blinken seeks common ground on Taliban, meets Afghans at Germany base

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken was looking Wednesday to build a united front with nations shaken by the Afghanistan withdrawal as he consulted allies and heard stories from refugees at an air base in Germany. Ramstein is the second base visit in as many days by Blinken, who toured Qatar on Tuesday.

US Navy helicopter was vibrating before crash that killed 5

A brief Navy narrative of a fatal helicopter crash off Southern California says the aircraft experienced “side-to-side” vibrations that caused the main rotor to hit the deck of an aircraft carrier while landing, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The MH-60S Seahawk fell off the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln on Aug. 31. One crewmember was rescued and five were declared dead after a search. Five sailors on the carrier deck were injured.

Report: Solar could power 40% of US electricity by 2035

US to join dialogue on climate action hosted by Argentina

President Biden reflects on the passage of the Affordable Care Act

“The Affordable Care Act was – and is – a big deal. Our administration is committed to building on the progress we’ve made since its passing to ensure every American has access to the quality, affordable care they need.”

Robert F. Kennedy’s wife says assassin shouldn’t be released

The wife of the late Robert F. Kennedy says assassin Sirhan Sirhan should not be released from prison, further roiling a family divide over whether the man convicted of killing her husband in California in 1968 should be freed on parole.

Trump backs Michigan lawmaker’s bid to unseat third House Republican who voted to impeach him

Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday endorsed Michigan state lawmaker Steve Carra’s bid to unseat US representative Fred Upton, his third endorsement of a challenger to a Republican who voted to impeach him on a charge of sparking the Capitol riot. It was his second such endorsement in a week.

US statue of Confederate general removed in Richmond

A statue of a Confederate general that became the focus of US protests for racial justice was removed Wednesday in Richmond, the Virginia city that served as capital of the pro-slavery South during the Civil War.