President Biden says he does not think the U.S. shooting down a Chinese surveillance balloon will impact relations between the countries. Biden was asked during an interview with PBS Newshour if things with China have taken a hit, to which he said they haven't. He also said he has not spoken to President Xi [[ she ]] since the balloon was shot down.        The World Health Organization is warning of a "long-term" impact on health after a major earthquake in Turkey and Syria. A WHO Spokesperson told Sky News it's bringing resources to the area for healthcare after thousands died. She said it's the organization's mission to prevent those affected or injured by the disaster from dying by providing health services quickly.        A top Federal Reserve official is warning of higher interest rates for a longer period of time. Fed Governor Christopher Waller issued that warning at the Arkansas State University Agribusiness Conference. The central bank has been continuously raising interest rates to fight soaring inflation and Waller said "it might be a long fight."        Ukrainian President Zelensky is urging the United Kingdom to provide his country with fighter jets to help in its war against Russia. Zelensky addressed Parliament during his first UK visit since Russia's invasion. In his speech, Zelensky thanked Britain "in advance for powerful English planes," which he has repeatedly asked for.        Twitter is acknowledging that the platform "may not be working as expected." Users began reporting outages and error messages Wednesday evening a few hours after the company posted that "Longer Tweets" had gone live for Twitter Blue subscribers. The character limit for subscribers increased from 280 characters to four-thousand characters.        Fox is projecting a record amount of profits from Super Bowl ad revenue after it reported a boost in its quarterly report. The strong report was due to a sports event slate that featured the men's World Cup and NFL Sundays. Fox said its advertising revenue grew by four-percent in the quarter.