The House approved a bill Wednesday forcing TikTok's parent company to sell or face a ban in the U.S.

President Biden intends to sign the bill, but its fate in the Senate remains uncertain.

TikTok's popularity with young people raises concerns about national security risks.

Lawmakers warn of potential data sharing with Chinese authorities by ByteDance, TikTok's parent company.

TikTok claims to store American user data in the U.S., but concerns persist.

Former President Trump opposes the bill, suggesting it could benefit other social media platforms.

The bill received bipartisan support in the House but faces pushback from some lawmakers.

Senate Majority Leader Schumer has not committed to bringing the bill up for a vote.