Today's headlines cover a range of topics, from politics to the economy to sports.
In politics, Sen. John Cornyn says that governors in Texas, Florida, and Arizona have changed the conversation on the border. He also says that President Biden is using COVID emergency powers as an excuse to forgive student loans. And Liz Cheney threatens 2024 in her latest move.
In the economy, AOL founder Steve Case shares tips for rising entrepreneurs. The Senate votes on a funding bill to avert a shutdown. And Brian Brenberg says that most Americans don't think the White House cares about their economic struggles.
In sports, Giants' Sterling Shepard tears his ACL. The Cowboys' Dak Prescott won't rule himself out for their Week 4 game. And MSNBC's Joy Reid claims that 'neofascism won big in Italy' with Giorgia Meloni’s victory.