News Wrap: Pompeo meets with the Jan. 6 committee

In our news update Tuesday in our news wrap, former Secretary of state Mike Pompeo met with the Jan. 6 panel, and former president Trump along with his Vice President Pence engage in another proxy war with respect to Wisconsin, Kenya held national elections in the country, The president Biden has signed the CHIPS Act into law, Serena Williams announced plans to quit tennis, and the legendary Motown producer and songwriter Lamont Dozier has passed away.
The day’s other news In the news: Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with the January 6 Congressional Committee. He may shed some insight into discussions on the possibility of raising the 25th Amendment to remove Mr Trump from office after the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Today, Doug Mastriano, who is the Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania who was out of the Capitol on January 6 appeared before the committee virtually however he quit after arguing against its legitimacy.

Both the former President and vice president Mike Pence are waging another proxy fight today. It’s happening in Wisconsin in the state of Wisconsin, the state where Tim Michels, endorsed by Donald. Trump, faces Pence-backed Rebecca Kleefisch in the Republican governorship race.

As of now, Vermont Democrats are choosing one of their candidates for Congress. The winner could be Vermont’s first female state representative to Washington.

The Taiwan government Taiwan has warned that the current Chinese military exercises are an exercise to capture Taiwan and the entire region of the Western Pacific. China started major military operations following Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives in Taiwan.

It is reported that the Taiwanese foreign minister was speaking on the phone today in Taipei.

China has been using the military drills from its practice book to prepare for the assault on Taiwan. It has been conducting large-scale exercises in the military and missile launches, as well as cyberattacks, disinformation campaigns and economic coercion.

Taiwan’s military also played their own war games today. Soldiers fired artillery in order to play defence against a threat of invasion.

Israeli soldiers have killed 3 Palestinian militants and wounded many others in a shoot-out inside the occupied West Bank. The incident took place during an operation to arrest suspects in Nablus. Israeli officials have said that soldiers fired after Palestinians were able to attack them with explosives and rocks.

Here in the US, the officers have been in Albuquerque, New Mexico, reporting that they have detained and charged the principal suspect in the murders of two Muslim men. Police arrested 51-year-old Muhammad Syed into custody after discovering a vehicle that was connected to one of the murders. Investigators are investigating whether he was also at fault for killing two other people. The victims all came originally from Pakistan as well as Afghanistan.

An indictment by a grand jury from Mississippi has ruled out charging a white woman in the murder of Emmett Till. The teenager was killed following the accusation of Carolyn Donham him of lewd remarks and actions in the year 1955. In 2017, a book, it was reported that Donham was said that she was lying, however, in the present, a prosecutor has stated the jury had found not enough evidence to convict. Donham has reached her 90s.

President Biden signed the known as CHIPS Act today, which aimed to boost U.S. semiconductor output. The ceremony was held on the South Lawn of the White House. The president stated that his remarks that the CHIPS law, as well as the climate health care bill being debated through Congress are a major turning point.

I’m certain that, in decades from the present, people will reflect on this week, remember the accomplishments we made and all we did, and realize that we were able to witness the moment that marked the turning period in the history of our country the moment we put our faith in ourselves and believed in ourselves and brought back the narrative that is the spirit and soul of our nation.

The CHIPS Act includes $280 billion in tax breaks as well as research funding.

The Food and Drug Administration today approved a plan for extending the supply of monkeypox vaccination in the U.S. The plan calls for injecting one-fifth of the normal dose for each of the two doses. The FDA claims that the research indicates the smaller dose is equal to the standard dosage.

The other day on Wall Street, disappointing earnings from chip maker Micron Technology pushed tech stocks as well as the market overall down a little. Micron Technology’s Dow Jones industrial average lost just 58 points, closing at 32774. The Nasdaq declined 150 points or 1 per cent. The S&P 500 fell by 17.

Tennis legend Serena Williams says that she will step down from professional sports to focus on her business and family. The 40-year-old posted on Instagram today: quote “There is a moment when we need to make a decision to go in a different direction. The countdown is now underway.”

Williams has had the title of 23 Grand Slam titles. Williams says she is still planning to compete at her first U.S. Open this month.

The legendary Motown producer and songwriter Lamont Dozier has died. The 1960s were when he collaborated the band with Brian And Eddie Holland, writing more than 25 top 10 songs for the Supremes, as well as they, were the Four Tops, Marvin Gaye and many others. Here’s a video clip of the Supremes singing one of those songs, “Where Did Our Love Where Did Our Love”

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