The Treasury Department could issue $700 billion in T-bills within weeks of a debt-ceiling deal, draining liquidity from markets

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The Treasury will have to replenish its cash after the debt ceiling is lifted, Goldman Sachs said. It may sell up to $700 billion in T-bills to rebuild its coffers withing six to eight weeks of a debt deal. That could drain liquidity out of markets in a short … Read more

Who should have the ‘right to die’

“The 360” shows you diverse perspectives on the day’s top stories and debates. Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: Getty Images What’s happening Three decades ago, Dr. Jack Kevorkian became the face of the incredibly contentious debate over medically assisted death. Dubbed “Dr. Death” in the media, he claimed to have helped at least 130 patients … Read more

What you should know about work and aging-brain health

Illustration by Brian Stauffer for Yahoo In the upper echelons of politics, there’s no shortage of men and women working well past the conventional retirement age. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., who turns 90 next month, has said she won’t seek reelection in 2024, but she continues to serve as the oldest member of the U.S. … Read more

East Timor’s opposition party won most seats in parliamentary election

DILI, East Timor (AP) — East Timor’s opposition party won Sunday’s parliamentary election, meaning independence fighter Xanana Gusmao is likely to return as prime minister in Asia’s youngest democracy. The final vote count released by the National Elections Commission on Tuesday showed the National Congress of the Reconstruction of East Timor, known as CNRT, won … Read more

Emirati leaders invite Israel’s Netanyahu, Herzog, to join COP28 climate conference in Dubai

JERUSALEM (AP) — Emirati leaders extended a long-sought invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to attend the U.N climate conference, known as COP28, in November. The United Arab Emirates’ President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum also invited Israel’s figurehead President Isaac Herzog and dozens … Read more

Germany detains 3 more suspects linked to far-right coup plot

BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s federal prosecutor’s office said Tuesday that criminal police have detained three more suspected far-right extremists who are linked to an alleged plot by the Reichsbuerger, or Reich Citizens, movement to topple the country’s government. The three suspects, who were only identified as Johanna F.-J., Hans-Joachim H. and Steffen W. in line … Read more

Russia still fending off alleged Ukrainian incursion, reports more drone attacks

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The Russian military and security forces were continuing on Tuesday to fend off an alleged incursion by Ukrainian saboteurs first reported the day before in a Russian border region, according to a Russian official. Vyacheslav Gladkov, governor of the Belgorod region on the border with Ukraine, said the military and security … Read more