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U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has said the United States is trying to “choke” China’s military by restricting superconductor sales. NTD has some takeaways from her visit to China last week.

President Joe Biden is going to Florida to experience the wrath of Hurricane Idalia first-hand. He and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are offering different viewpoints on storms and their connection with climate change.

Mother nature makes a surprise visit to the Burning Man festival in the guise of a late-summer storm. The rainstorm’s deluge left thousands of revelers stuck in foot-deep mud in Nevada.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Biden Surveys Hurricane Damage in Florida
2. Las Vegas Flooding Prompts Dozens of Water Rescues
3. Tens of Thousands Stranded in Mud at Burning Man
4. US Trying to ‘Choke’ China’s Military: Raimondo
5. Biden Disappointed Xi Not Going to G20 Summit
6. Trump Top Choice for Most GOP Voters: WSJ Poll
7. Vivek Ramaswamy Campaigns in New Hampshire
8. Election Update: Stops in New Hampshire
9. Fla. Judge Orders Congressional District Redrawing
10. Impeachment Trial of Texas AG Ken Paxton to Begin
11. Is ‘Social Emotional Learning’ a Trojan Horse?
12. Risk of China’s Access to US Logistics Data
13. New Update on UK Counter-Disinformation Unit
14. Taiwan Restoring Power After Typhoon Hits
15. Ukraine Defense Minister Dismissed
16. No Evidence of Arms Sent to Russia: South Africa
17. Pennsylvania Murder Convict Still at Large
18. Texas Drunk Drivers to Pay Child Support
19. Maui’s Need to Reawaken Tourism
20. Ohio National Forest Name Change Sparks Debate
21. SAG-AFTRA Calls for Video Game Strike
22. US Auto Strike Looming
23. Remote Workers Moving Farther Away
24. Impact of Inflation Reduction Act, Bidenomics
25. Latest Tech Innovations Displayed at IFA Electronics Show
26. Dog With ‘Please Help’ Note Jumps in Wis. Police Car
27. Bull Rides Shotgun

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