White House Prepares For Shutdown, Healthcare Worker Strike, FTX Trial
With less than 48 hours left to avoid a government shutdown, the White House is already preparing to manage the fallout. NPR's Asma Khalid spoke with White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients about what those plans are. Another labor dispute looms as tens of thousands of health care workers are on the verge of a nationwide walkout. And Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of bankrupt crypto exchange F-T-X, is set to go on trial next week.
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