Friday on the NewsHour, the United States economy adds more jobs than expected in May, showing resilience in the face of inflation and interest rate hikes. Congress avoids a national default by passing a bipartisan bill to raise the debt ceiling with days to spare. Plus, Greenland pushes for complete separation from Danish control, casting uncertainty over the future of the North Atlantic.
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