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The Russian leader stops short of calling for a wider war mobilization during an annual military parade but vows to capture Ukraine's Donbas region. LA Times
VOA VIEW: The madman displayed his toys of death.
In the words of President Joe Biden, they’ll remind you, “You ain’t black.” Our powerful black gatekeepers are in full agreement with his sentiment. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Political Parties are not racial.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said any tariff repeals on Chinese goods would be made "separately" from China's secrecy on COVID's origins. New York Post
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Sens. Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley questioned whether Nicholas McQuaid recused himself from the investigation due to links to Hunter Biden. New York Post
VOA VIEW: The doors are closing around Hunter.
A novel Michigan lawsuit will attempt to continue to make abortion available. New York Times
The Nasdaq composite, a benchmark that’s heavily weighted toward tech stocks, is already in bear market territory — having ended last week down 26 percent from its mid-November record. New York Times
VOA VIEW: The market is starting to see the light.
The past two hurricane seasons have been busier than normal with more rapidly intensifying hurricanes, which means people should prepare even earlier
The House Jan. 6 committee's request for testimony from lawmakers could test its subpoena powers and the will to discipline resistant lawmakers.
VOA VIEW: The so-called House Jan. 6 committee will sound bad when their Dem which hunt is over.
Democrats are touting polls showing that most Americans favor upholding Roe v. Wade, but what they're not saying is that voters also want to see significant restrictions on abortion that are opposed by the left. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The facts will soon be made known.
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A center-right political group announced Monday a $2 million endeavor to elect state election officials committed to strengthening the integrity of the ballot. Washington Times
The Arizona Supreme Court rejected Monday an effort to disqualify three Republican lawmakers from this year's ballot because of their roles in planning or attending a rally that led to the unprecedented attack on Congress on Jan. 6, 2021. Washington Times
A Catholic university in Minnesota has barred conservative Catholic author Michael Knowles from speaking about transgenderism based on his past comments about the topic. Washington Times
President Joe Biden announced new commitments from the private sector Monday to complement an existing federal program to discount internet for low-income households. ABC
VOA VIEW: The middle class will pay for the low-income is a way of vote buying by Biden
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Protesters have thrown red paint on the Russian ambassador to Poland as he arrived at a cemetery in Warsaw to pay respects to Red Army soldiers who died during World War II ABC
Firefighters in New Mexico’s Rocky Mountain foothills are preparing to excavate new firebreaks and clear brush that can serve as tinder to create more defensive lines ABC
VOA VIEW: It is becoming sad.
Hong Kong's leader says Chinese patriots are now firmly in charge of the city. ABC
VOA VIEW: HK has lost its luster under China.
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Some countries rely heavily on imports from Ukraine and Russia, which face supply disruptions due to the war. CBS
VOA VIEW: It will get worse if Russia doesn't end the madness.
The law, which went into effect Sunday, bans puberty blockers and hormone treatment for transgender children under 19. CBS
VOA VIEW: Children should not be used as ginny pigs.
Former attorney general says partisan gerrymandering, laws aimed at suppressing voter turnout are attempts to keep "the will of the American people from being expressed in the ballot box." CBS
VOA VIEW: Facts show it is Dems who are the vote cheaters.
Bitcoin is off nearly 55% from its November peak, and 40% of holders are now underwater on their investments, according to new data from Glassnode. CNBC
The White House has warned that it does not have enough money to buy next-generation Covid vaccines for all Americans ahead of a possible fall infection wave. CNBC
VOA VIEW: More fear mongering for more money to spend.
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Russia's "Victory Day" military parade marks the anniversary of the Soviet Union's defeat of Nazi Germany in World War II. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Russia did not defeat Germany.
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said Monday he's confident inflation will come back to normal, though he added it will take longer than he expected. CNBC
President Vladimir Putin on Monday tried to defend Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine in his annual "Victory Day" speech. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Putin is blaming all but himself, like Biden.
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The Biden administration announced Monday it is temporarily suspending 232 tariffs on Ukrainian steel for one year in a bid to boost the besieged nation's economic strength. UPI
Wall Street's sell-off spilled over into a second week on Monday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled lower amid fresh worries over inflation and tighter Federal Reserve monetary policy. UPI
VOA VIEW: Clearly bad times.
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