Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says amendments to legislation to raise the debt limit will be voted on Thursday night. There will be 11 amendments to the bill being voted on, with votes limited to ten minutes to ensure a speedy process as efforts continue to pass the bill as early as Thursday night. The legislation suspends the debt ceiling and cuts non defense discretionary spending over the next two years.    President Biden appears to be ok after taking a fall while standing onstage during the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation in Colorado today. The president gave the commencement speech and shook hands with graduates as they walked across the stage to receive their diplomas. Toward the end of the ceremony, the president appeared to trip and fall on stage and was helped up by people standing close by.    Former President Trump is hitting the campaign trail in Iowa today. While speaking from Des Moines, Trump laid out how he helped U.S. farmers during his time as president. He railed against President Biden and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who's challenging Trump for the 2024 Republican nomination.    The city of Tulsa is marking the one-year anniversary of a hospital shooting that left four people dead, before the gunman killed himself. Since the shootings, Saint Francis Hospital President and CEO Dr. Preston Phillips says they have looked at areas where security can be increased. As the anniversary approached, the hospital set up a blog for employees to express their feelings and to support each other.    Teen birthrates are at another record low in the U.S. The CDC reports teen birthrates dropped three-percent last year. That's a smaller drop than previous years as teen birthrates have fallen an average of eight-percent each year since 2007.    Journalists for Gannett are walking off the job next week in a strike. The company's workers union is calling on the media giant, which owns USA Today and hundreds of local and metro daily newspapers, to issue a vote of no confidence in its CEO. They're accusing Mike Reed of "gross mismanagement" ahead of the company's annual shareholders meeting on June 5th.