The Morning Dispatch: Biden Goes Big In Budget

Happy Tuesday! We missed you yesterday! But we hope you were able to spend some time reflecting on the sacrifices so many have made to protect our freedom. Chris Stirewalt’s Memorial Day tribute and James Garfield’s 1868 ‘Decoration Day’ speech are great places to start.

Quick Hits: Today’s Top Stories

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year reign may soon be coming to an end as an ideologically diverse anti-Netanyahu coalition appears to be barreling toward a power-sharing agreement that would result in Naftali Bennett—former defense minister and Netanyahu ally—securing the top job for two years, before turning it over to the more centrist Yair Lapid, a former news anchor. Negotiations are not yet final, but must be completed before a Wednesday deadline.

  • Weeks after China’s census revealed the country’s slowest population growth in decades, the Chinese Communist Party announced Monday it was replacing its two-child policy for married couples with a three-child policy.

  • Three gunmen opened fire at a concert in Miami over the weekend, killing two and injuring nearly two dozen more. The perpetrators remain at large.

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