• Surrounding himself with longtime aides and veterans of the Obama administration, many of whom have already worked together for years, Biden has so far rolled out a team of careerists with bursting resumes and little need of a learning curve.
  • President-elect Joe Biden has prized staying power over star power when making his first wave of Cabinet picks and choices for White House staff, with a premium placed on government experience and proficiency as he looks to rebuild a depleted and demoralized federal bureaucracy.
  • President Donald Trump insisted Tuesday that he is not giving up his fight to overturn the election results, but across the federal government, preparations were beginning in earnest to support President-elect Joe Biden's incoming administration.Pentagon begins transition to Joe Biden administration
  • Americans got their first look at President-elect Joe Biden's proposed national security team Tuesday. Biden says his national security team will lead the way in reflecting the fact that "America is back" on the world stage. During a speech Tuesday in Wilmington, Delaware, Biden said that his team would "embody my core believes that America is strongest when it works with its allies."'America is back' on world stage: Joe Biden
  • Democrat Joe Biden has been certified as the winner of the presidential election in Pennsylvania, culminating three weeks of vote counting and a string of failed legal challenges by President Donald Trump, state officials said Tuesday.
  • President elect Joe Biden is expected to nominate former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen as U.S. Treasury secretary, breaking a 231-year gender barrier and putting a seasoned economist and labor market expert in charge of leading the country out of the steepest downturn since the Great Depression.Joe Biden to nominate Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary
  • Georgia's governor and top elections official on Friday certified results showing Joe Biden won the presidential race over Republican President Donald Trump. The certification brings the state one step closer to wrapping up an election that has been fraught with unfounded accusations of fraud by Trump and his supporters. Georgia governor certifies electors for Joe Biden
  • Joe Biden time for that Indian connection
    Luckily Biden is not as common a name as Smith, so the chances of Bidens of US and India being (very distantly) related are not slim. But finding a definite connect will not be easy either.
  • View: Joe Biden the restorative, not the restorer
    The road to the Oval Office has been elliptical even before November 3. The fact that Biden was neither Bernie Sanders nor Hillary Clinton put the former 47th vice-president in a tricky position. On the one hand, he was seen by many Democrat supporters as being ‘too Republican’.
  • Joe Biden takes lead in Pennsylvania
    Joe Biden currently has at least 253 electoral votes. The magic number is 270. If he wins Pennsylvania -- a state won by Trump in 2016 -- and its 20 electoral votes, he would pass that threshold.
  • President-elect Joe Biden unveils January 20 inaugural committee
    Biden is naming Delaware State University president Tony Allen to serve as CEO of his presidential inaugural committee and campaign chief operating officer Maju Varghese as the group's executive director. The inaugural committee works in coordination with Congress' planning group around arrangements for the Capitol ceremony, and organizes inaugural balls and other events surrounding the swearing-in.
  • Joe Biden suffers 'hairline fractures' in foot, will need walking boot: Doctor
    "Follow-up CT scan confirmed hairline (small) fractures of President-elect Biden's lateral and intermediate cuneiform bones, which are in the midfoot. It is anticipated that he will likely require a walking boot for several weeks,” said O'Connor, Director (Executive Medicine) in GW Medical Faculty Associates, on Biden's imaging results.
  • Joe Biden chooses an all-female senior White House press team
    Biden campaign communications director Kate Bedingfield will serve as Biden's White House communications director. Jen Psaki, a longtime Democratic spokeswoman, will be his press secretary.
  • Joe Biden's win means some Guantanamo prisoners may be released
    President Donald Trump had effectively ended the Obama administration's practice of reviewing the cases of men held at Guantanamo and releasing them if imprisonment was no longer deemed necessary. Now there's hope that will resume under Biden.
  • Joe Biden takes Arizona, cementing presidential win
    Biden was projected to win Arizona after more than a week of vote counting from the November 3 election, Edison Research said. He becomes only the second Democratic presidential candidate in seven decades to win the traditionally Republican state.
  • Joe Biden will be a president who represents the best in us: Kamala Harris
    "Know that" Biden "will be a president who represents the best in us. A leader the world will respect and our children can look up to," Harris said in a tweet.
  • Israel's settlements could test ties with Joe Biden
    The episode could foreshadow what lies ahead under the Biden administration — with a U.S. president opposed to Israeli construction on occupied lands claimed by the Palestinians but seemingly limited in his ability to stop it, particularly when dealing with a changing Middle East and preoccupied by domestic priorities.
  • Joe Biden a friendlier face for Indian students
    At education startup Collegify, the last three days have seen over 300 enquiries from smaller cities, including students focused on the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) keen on exploring US options, said cofounder Adarsh Khandelwal.
  • For Big Tech, Joe Biden brings a new era but no ease in scrutiny
    The Obama-Biden administration was a charmed era for America's tech companies - a moment when they were lionized as innovators, hailed as job creators and largely left alone. Now Joe Biden is coming back, this time as president.
  • Joe Biden will face this overlooked crisis on day 1
    Members of the new administration may have to reassemble a broken government before they can begin to use it for good.
  • Joe Biden, Donald Trump celebrate Thanksgiving quietly at home as pandemic rages
    Democratic President-elect Joe Biden and sitting Republican President Donald Trump, like millions of Americans, were celebrating Thanksgiving quietly at home on Thursday, as the coronavirus pandemic raged across the United States.
  • Joe Biden seeks unity as Trump stokes fading embers of campaign
    Biden, in a Thanksgiving-eve address to the nation, put the surging pandemic front and center, pledging to tap the "vast powers" of the federal government and to "change the course of the disease" once in office. But for that to work, he said, Americans must step up for their own safety and that of their fellow citizens.
  • Joe Biden to get 1st presidential daily briefing
    Transition adviser Kate Bedingfield says the Biden team will begin briefings with the Trump administration on vaccine distribution, testing and the personal protective equipment supply chain on Wednesday.
  • China's Xi Jinping congratulates Joe Biden, hopes for 'win-win' ties
    In a congratulatory message, Xi told Biden that "healthy and stable" relations were "the common expectation of the international community," according to a statement carried by the official Xinhua News Agency.
  • 'America is back': Joe Biden pushes past Trump era with nominees
    "Together, these public servants will restore America globally, its global leadership and its moral leadership," Biden said Tuesday from a theater in his longtime home of Wilmington, Delaware. "It's a team that reflects the fact that America is back, ready to lead the world, not retreat from it."
  • President-elect Joe Biden calls on Senate to consider Cabinet promptly
    Joe Biden rolled out Cabinet picks for his national security team Tuesday, saying his choices will "make us proud to be Americans." Biden also called on the Senate to take up his nominations quickly and "in good faith." (AP)President-elect Joe Biden calls on Senate to consider Cabinet promptly
  • A critical & quiet outreach with the Joe Biden camp
    The Indian establishment has wide-ranging contacts within the Democratic camp including figures who held key positions under the Obama administration. Some of these ex-officials are expected to hold important positions in the incoming administration in Washington.
  • President-elect Joe Biden tells mayors virus will be 'first priority'
    President-elect Joe Biden met virtually Monday with the U.S. conference of mayors to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting Americans at the local level. Biden told the mayors that "the quality of life falls on your shoulders" and said that working with them and getting input from local officials will be "a priority for me as president." He added that "we're here for you, and we're gonna listen to you, and we're gonna work with you," regardless of party.President-elect Joe Biden tells mayors virus will be 'first priority'
  • US elections 2020: State board certifies Joe Biden's win in Michigan
    Michigan election officials have certified Democrat Joe Biden's 154,000-vote victory in the state, another setback for President Donald Trump in his futile effort to undermine the results of the Nov. 3 election through baseless legal challenges and unsupported claims of fraud. The Board of State Canvassers, which has two Republicans and two Democrats, confirmed the results Monday on a 3-0 vote with one abstention.US elections 2020: State board certifies Joe Biden's win in Michigan
  • Will Joe Biden be able to defeat Trumpism in trade?
    While India could export in sectors like pharmaceuticals, textiles and clothing, gems and jewellery, machinery and automobiles, its imports were mostly in sectors like minerals, chemicals including pharma, gems and jewellery, and machinery.
  • High hopes of WTO resuscitation under Joe Biden
    There are expectations the Biden administration may allow appointment of new judges under the international trade body and resumption of its appellate tribunal’s ability to undertake dispute resolution, thus restoring international trade standards.
  • Joe Biden: A long-time friend of India
    While the India-US partnership has thrived under both the Republicans and Democrats, Biden has been a strong supporter of India and the India-US partnership as a senator (1973-2008) and later as a vice-president (2009-2016).
  • America is a 'beacon for the globe': Joe Biden
    "We must restore the soul of America," Biden said late on Saturday while celebrating his electoral victory along with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
  • Joe Biden claims a mandate that will quickly be tested
    Biden carried some of the key battleground states, including Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, by narrow margins. He won more votes nationwide than any presidential candidate — more than 74 million and counting — but Trump's popular vote total also topped previous records, reflecting the president's hold not only on his core supporters but the Republican Party at large. With victory in hand, Biden has claimed a mandate. Whether he actually has one will soon be put to the test.
  • Joe Biden to pick Antony Blinken as Secretary of State, say reports
    Blinken, 58, has served as the Deputy Secretary of State in the second term of the Obama administration and National Security Advisor to Biden when he was the vice president.
  • Donald Trump aims to box in Joe Biden abroad, but it may not work
    The Trump administration's determined efforts to thwart potential Biden policy reversals actually began months earlier, half a world away from the Jewish state, with China, even before the former vice president was formally declared the Democratic Party's presidential nominee.
  • More Republicans tiptoe toward acknowledging Joe Biden’s victory
    Chris Christie, the Republican former governor of New Jersey, called the conduct of President Donald Trump’s legal team, which has indulged in a web of conspiracy theories about voter fraud, “a national embarrassment,” given the blistering dismissals of their lawsuits in court and their failure to produce evidence of widespread improprieties.
  • Mike Pompeo touts Iran policy in Gulf ahead of Joe Biden presidency
    In what was likely his final tour of the Persian Gulf as secretary of state, he touted the Trump administration's Mideast strategy that focused on Iran as "the central threat inside the region" and for a maximum pressure campaign that hampered Iran's ability to support militias in Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.
  • Top Joe Biden adviser seen as making tech regulation more likely
    President-elect Joe Biden's top technology adviser helped craft California's landmark online privacy law and recently condemned a controversial federal statute that protects internet companies from liability, indicators of how the Biden administration may come down on two key tech policy issues.
  • Joe Biden to work to end executions as government sets 3 more
    When executions resumed this year, the death-row inmates chosen were all white. Critics have argued that executing white inmates first was a political calculation in a nation embroiled in racial bias concerns involving the criminal justice system.
  • Joe Biden wants Congress to pass emergency COVID aid this year
    The new governing team is already facing intense pressure to approve another COVID-19 relief bill, come up with a clear plan to distribute millions of doses of a prospective vaccine, and Biden is just days away from unveiling the first of his Cabinet picks, which are subject to Senate confirmation.
  • 'Confident' Joe Biden urges unity as votes are counted
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Wednesday he feels "confident" he will "emerge victorious" after all states finish their ballot counting, and he urged the nation to come together and unify once the election is finalized. (AP)'Confident' Joe Biden urges unity as votes are counted
  • Incoming Joe Biden presidency exposes old French-German rift on defence
    Macron, a champion of European "strategic autonomy", said he was "in complete disagreement" with the German minister, arguing that the United States would only respect a Europe that was more self-reliant in defence.
  • Donald Trump locked in tight race with Joe Biden
    President Donald Trump carried Florida, the nation's most prized battleground state, and he and Democrat Joe Biden were increasingly focused early Wednesday on the three Northern industrial states - Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania - that could prove crucial in determining who wins the White House.Donald Trump locked in tight race with Joe Biden
  • Joe Biden says has picked treasury secretary, announcement soon
    "We made that decision and you'll hear that just before or just after Thanksgiving," Biden told reporters, referring to the November 26 holiday. Financial sources close to Biden have named Federal Reserve governor Lael Brainard as a frontrunner among people the president-elect is considering.
  • Joe Biden wins Arizona: US media
    Democrat Joe Biden has won in the southwestern US state of Arizona, a traditionally Republican stronghold which was captured by President Donald Trump in 2016, Fox News and the Associated Press projected early Wednesday.
  • Georgia confirms Joe Biden's victory in state as it completes hand audit of ballots
    The audit, launched after unofficial results showed Biden leading Republican President Donald Trump by about 14,000 out of more than 5 million votes cast, ended with Biden winning by 12,284, according to data from Raffensperger's office.
  • Joe Biden calls for GSA to allow official transition to begin
    President-elect Joe Biden said on Wednesday the General Services Administration’s delay in allowing the official presidential transition to begin could set back the effort to distribute a coronavirus vaccine by weeks or months.
  • President Donald Trump is the 'most irresponsible president': Joe Biden
    President-elect Joe Biden is denouncing President Donald Trump as the "most irresponsible president in American history." Biden warned that "incredibly damaging messages are being sent to the rest of the world about how democracy functions." (AP)President Donald Trump is the 'most irresponsible president': Joe Biden
  • Joe Biden 'hopeful' as campaign winds down in Delaware
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has closed out his final day of campaigning in what has been an unprecedented election amid the coronavirus. He would not offer predictions for Tuesday night but said he remains "hopeful." (AP)Joe Biden 'hopeful' as campaign winds down in Delaware
  • Medical groups urge Trump to share info with President Elect Joe Biden
    The heads of the American Hospital Association, the American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association have issued a joint statement urging President Trump's administration to share "all critical information related to COVID-19" with President Elect Joe Biden.Medical groups urge Trump to share info with President Elect Joe Biden
  • Does Joe Biden really want this job?
    “Biden may see the most complicated set of problems in several generations,” said Mike Leavitt, a Republican who served as the governor of Utah for 10 years and as the U.S. secretary of health and human services for four, and was in charge of planning Mitt Romney’s possible transition to the presidency in 2012.
  • Can Joe Biden regain lost ground with Latinos?
    Several of the battleground states on a knife’s edge ahead of Election Day — Florida, Texas, Arizona and even Pennsylvania — have large Latino populations. If Biden loses those states, let alone the election, the Democratic Party’s post-mortem will surely include this question:
  • President-elect Joe Biden promises to prioritize state virus funding
    President-elect Joe Biden says he's hopeful that Congressional Republicans will be more willing to send money to state governments after President Donald Trump leaves office. He's promising to make such funding a priority when he takes office. (APPresident-elect Joe Biden promises to prioritize state virus funding
  • Joe Biden's DIY transition proceeds without Trump assistance
    Blocked from the official intelligence briefing traditionally afforded to incoming presidents, Biden gathered virtually on Tuesday with a collection of intelligence, defence and diplomatic experts.
  • Joe Biden and Kamala Harris receive briefing from national security experts
    The administrator of the GSA, Emily W Murphy, an appointee of incumbent Republican president Donald Trump, has so far refused to take the legally necessary step to begin the transition process, which would give Biden's team a budget, intelligence briefings and access to federal agencies.
  • PM Modi speaks to US President-elect Joe Biden
    This was the first interaction between the two leaders after Democrat Biden defeated incumbent president Donald Trump in the US presidential election.
  • Joe Biden filling top White House team with campaign veterans
    Biden confirmed that former campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillon will serve as a deputy chief of staff, while campaign co-chair Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond and campaign adviser Steve Ricchetti will play senior roles in the new administration.
  • Donald Trump rushes environmental rules that could handcuff Joe Biden
    The 11th-hour regulatory race underscores the extent to which federal agencies are anticipating Biden’s swearing-in as US president on January 20 even as President Donald Trump refuses to concede the election.
  • Joe Biden urged to work with business, China to protect SE Asia rainforest
    Joe Biden's election as the next U.S. leader, replacing climate-change sceptic Donald Trump, has raised expectations that protecting Southeast Asia's rainforests, seen as a vital buffer against global warming, will get more attention in Washington.
  • Women crucial to Joe Biden's win, even as gender gap held steady
    In Congress, the big news was significant gains for Republican women, and overall a record number of women will serve in the 117th Congress - at least 141, including 105 Democrats and 36 Republicans, according to current numbers from the Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers University.
  • What mandate? Joe Biden's agenda faces a divided Congress
    Democratic allies, struggling to regroup after their own election losses, harbor deep divisions between progressive and moderate voices. Republicans, rather than graciously congratulating the incoming president, are, intentionally or not, delegitimizing Biden's presidency while catering to Trump's refusal to accept the election results.
  • Joe Biden likely to break barriers, pick woman to lead Pentagon
    Michele Flournoy, a politically moderate Pentagon veteran, is regarded by U.S. officials and political insiders as a top choice for the position.
  • Donald Trump putting democracy to the test after his loss to Joe Biden
    President Donald Trump, who has professed admiration for, if not deep knowledge of, the British prime minister, is putting Churchill's observation to one of its greatest tests by refusing to accept the results of an election that delivered victory for Democrat Joe Biden. Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, calls this a "dangerous path" for the United States.
  • Joe Biden faces tough choice of whether to back virus lockdowns
    For now, it's a question the president-elect would prefer to avoid. In the week since he defeated President Donald Trump, Biden has devoted most of his public remarks to encouraging Americans to wear a mask and view the coronavirus as a threat that has no regard for political ideology.
  • Joe Biden's possible India links spark genealogical frenzy
    The next leader of the United States has speculated that he might have had relatives in colonial India. While there is no proof, the Biden name has become a genealogical target of investigation across the country.
  • First Dogs: With Joe Biden pets will be back in the White House
    For the first time in decades, there were no Presidential pets and in this, as in so many other ways, Biden’s two dogs represent a return to normality. But they also represent something new because Major, the younger dog, came from a litter of abandoned puppies at a rescue centre.
  • China congratulates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on election win
    "We respect the choice of the American people. We extend congratulations to Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris," foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a regular daily briefing, referring to Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris.
  • John Legend wants Joe Biden to 'continue to listen to us'
    John Legend says he wants President-elect Joe Biden to "continue to listen to us" after winning support from Black voters in both the Democratic primary and general election. John Legend wants Joe Biden to 'continue to listen to us'
  • Kamala Harris is smart as a devil: Joe Biden
    Biden named Harris as his running mate in August, making her the first Black woman to run on a major political party's presidential ticket.
  • The first steps Joe Biden may take on foreign policy
    World leaders spoke to President-elect Joe Biden Thursday about cooperating on the coronavirus pandemic, climate change and other issues, even as President Donald Trump's refusal to concede complicates the U.S. post-election transition. In his conversations with key Asian allies, Biden seemed intent on easing their uncertainties about a less-engaged Washington, which built up during the four years of Trump's "America First" approach. Associated Press diplomatic writer Matt Lee says China, Iran and Russia are set to be on Biden's to-do list come Jan. 20, but he's so far had conversations with other foreign leaders.The first steps Joe Biden may take on foreign policy
  • 'Joe Biden likely to be pragmatic in dealing with Pakistan, press for action on terrorism'
    Pakistan's close ties with China and its lack of democracy and disregard for human rights will not be overlooked, said Haqqani, who currently is a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute think-tank in Washington.
  • Election 2020 today: Smooth election, Joe Biden ready to work
    State officials and election experts say the 2020 election unfolded smoothly across the country and without any widespread irregularities.
  • Changes you can expect in immigration with Joe Biden as President of the United States
    The Biden administration plans to restore protection for people brought to the U.S. illegally as minors and stop using Pentagon funds to build a border wall. Biden unveiled a detailed, highly ambitious plan on immigration, but it will take time to undo many actions taken by Trump.
  • Donald Trump sues to block Pennsylvania from certifying Joe Biden win
    The lawsuit claims Pennsylvania officials violated the U.S. Constitution by creating "an illegal twotiered voting system" where voting in-person was subject to more oversight than voting by mail.
  • Joe Biden calls Donald Trump's refusal to concede 'an embarrassment'
    When asked what he would say to Trump, given the chance, Biden replied: "Mr President, look forward to speaking with you."
  • Germany seeks 'new deal' with US under Joe Biden
    "Joe Biden's election victory means one thing in particular: new opportunities for the trans-Atlantic partnership," Heiko Maas told. "We need a kind of new deal in the trans-Atlantic partnership, the basis of which would consist of responding to international challenges with international solutions and not with a policy of America First or Europe First."
  • Digital tax on US multinationals: Joe Biden election adds to the twist
    Under the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) framework, large economies—barring the US—have come together to tax the global income of digital companies. Indian taxman wants companies to discuss issues if any that they could face under pillar 1 and pillar 2. The US had refused to be part of BEPS claiming that it largely targets American multinationals such as Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google.
  • Americans are learning to die with coronavirus: Joe Biden
    More than 220,000 Americans have lost their lives, which is more than one-fifth of the total global death, Biden said in a major policy speech on the coronavirus, a day after the final presidential debate he had with the Republican incumbent Donald Trump.
  • Joe Biden: Wearing mask 'not a political statement'
    President-elect Joe Biden implored Americans to ``wear a mask'' to help fight the spread of the coronavirus .
  • Canada confident Joe Biden administration will pressure China on foreign detainees
    "(China's) approach around coercive diplomacy is ineffective and extremely preoccupying for democratic nations around the world," he told a news conference. After Canadian police picked up a top Chinese executive on a U.S. arrest warrant in late 2018, Beijing imprisoned two Canadian citizens.
  • An early test for Joe Biden: Managing a divided Democratic Party
    Moderate Democrats said they were hopeful the urgency of the problems confronting the nation would delay the inevitable reckoning the party faces between its ideological wings.
  • Joe Biden may 'change course' on Iran, but obstacles abound
    Joe Biden has promised a change in US policy on Iran, but the president-elect's room for manoeuvre with the Islamic republic is narrow, and time is running out.
  • A worried Asia wonders: What will Joe Biden do?
    From security to trade to climate change, a powerful US reach extends to nearly every corner of the Asia-Pacific. In his four years in office, President Donald Trump shook the foundations of US relations here as he courted traditional rivals and attacked allies with both frequency and relish.
  • Joe Biden’s victory makes major stimulus unlikely before January
    While President Donald Trump last month pledged a large post-election stimulus act, it was based on his assumption that he’d win re-election. He now has little political incentive -- or capital -- to drive a deal through a divided Congress in his remaining weeks in office.
  • US President elect Joe Biden reaches out to Trump supporters
    In a record turnout reflecting high emotions around Trump and deep anxiety about the economy and the pandemic, Biden got 74 million votes. He called it a 'clear' victory. It was Biden’s third try at the highest office and he would be the oldest president at 78 when he takes the oath on January 20.
  • UK PM Boris Johnson congratulates Joe Biden on election win
    Britain and the United States will work together to support democracy and combat climate change, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Sunday, while denying that his close ties to President Donald Trump would hurt U.K.-U.S relations once President-elect Joe Biden takes office. Johnson congratulated Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on their victory and said the two countries' "common global perspective" would be vital to shore up a rules-based global order that is under threat.UK PM Boris Johnson congratulates Joe Biden on election win
  • US investments into startups may remain strong under Joe Biden
    Tech majors such as Amazon, Google, Walmart, and Facebook, and several large US investors have doubled down on their investment activity in the last eight months.
  • Who is Joe Biden?
    Amidst a global crisis, Biden is looking to leverage his government experience against President Trump’s lack of service before taking up office. Biden also has eight years of Obama policy experience to add to his appeal, while his involvement with the Affordable Care Act makes him stand out during a healthcare crisis.
  • Visa & immigration rules: Joe Biden win to cheer Indian students
    Restrictive policies of the incumbent government have been a concern for Indian students. The uncertainty and fear of erratic policymaking will ease now, ReachIvy.com founder Vibha Kagzi said.
  • Joe Biden shores up fragile 'blue wall' in industrial north
    Biden, from the start, sought to reclaim at least some of those voters, making his appeal as a son of Scranton, Pa., who attended a state college, had known financial struggle, and could relate to their concerns.
  • UK's Boris Johnson reaches out to Joe Biden on climate and trade
    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday strove to bury differences with president-elect Joe Biden as he stressed the enduring UK-US alliance and a future partnership against climate change.
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