Wednesday Executive News Summary
Biden’s UN address, Haitians let into the U.S., Dems’ dwindling 2022 map, and more.
Reporters stunned as British prime minister takes questions from media, but Biden refuses (Fox News)
Top Democrat pushes back on claim that Border Patrol agent swung “whip” while charging horse toward migrants (Daily Wire)
Treasury sanctions first crypto exchange to fight ransomware attacks (Morning Brew)
U.S. government is buying risky Chinese drones (Axios)
China is acquiring nuclear first-strike capability, ability to attack from space (Free Beacon)
Evergrande veers toward default — and a $300 billion global shock (Washington Post)
Xi Jinping vows to stop building coal power plants — abroad, that is (NPR)
Stranger than fiction: The Taliban are now riding in swan boats with rocket launchers (Not the Bee)
The Democrats’ dwindling 2022 map (Axios)
Policy: Did closing schools enhance health? (National Review)
Policy: The pro-abortion case is based on bad science (National Review)
Humor: Border Patrol loses horse privileges, must now bang two empty halves of coconuts together (Babylon Bee)
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