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Sep 01 2022
UN Releases Report on Human Rights Violations in China's Xinjiang
The United Nations released a report Wednesday detailing alleged human rights abuses in China's Xinjiang province.
China has committed "serious human rights violations" and its actions "may constitute international crimes, in particular crimes against humanity," the report states. It mentions evidence of "a pattern of large-scale arbitrary detention" of the Uighur Muslim minority inAxios CNN (Online News) The Daily Caller
Oct 31 2020
U.S. Reaches Nearly 100,000 New Daily COVID-19 Cases
On Friday, the United States recorded more than 97,000 new coronavirus cases in one day after reporting more than 91,000 infections on Thursday and 80,662 new cases on Wednesday. This marks the third day a new record has been set since 83,718 new cases were recorded on Oct. 23. The U.S. now has the highest number of cases in the world at approximately 9 million, and the highest death toll atNew York Post (News) NBC News (Online) BBC News
Oct 21 2020
Facts About Hunter Biden's Overseas Business Dealings
After Twitter and Facebook censored a story from the New York Post about allegedly corrupt international dealings in Ukraine and China involving Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, the younger Biden's emails have been the subject of media scrutiny. Allegedly discovered on a laptop abandoned at a Delaware repair shop, the emails reportedly suggest Hunter Biden leveraged his connection to hisNational Review Reuters PolitiFact
Oct 03 2012
15 Headlines from First Debate
It is always fun and revealing to see the different headlines for the same event, especially a big event loaded with politics like the first Presidential debate. I picked prominent headlines on the front pages:
From the Left:Huffington Post: "Romney wins the night" or same story with a different title: "Obama-Romney Debate: Mitt Romney Stays Light On Detail" Washington Post: " John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jun 11 2021
Keystone XL Pipeline Officially Canceled
The Keystone XL pipeline project was officially canceled this week after President Joe Biden rescinded a key permit for it earlier this year. The $9 billion pipeline would have transported roughly 830,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Canada to Nebraska, and was expected to create roughly 10,000 new jobs. It was first proposed in 2008, but faced ongoing protests and challenges fromCNBC Al Jazeera Washington Examiner
Sep 30 2020
DNI Alleges Hillary Clinton Involved in Attempts to Tie Trump to 2016 Russia Hacking
On Tuesday, Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe wrote a letter to Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) declassifying information about Hillary Clinton's alleged involvement with attempts to tie President Donald Trump to the Russian intelligence scandal during the 2016 presidential election. On Wednesday, former FBI director James Comey appeared before the Senate Judiciary CommitteeAssociated Press New York Post (Opinion) Fox News (Online News)
May 12 2021
Biden Signs Executive Order to Strengthen U.S. Cybersecurity, Colonial Pipeline to Launch Restart
On Wednesday, President Joe Biden signed an executive order aimed at improving U.S. cybersecurity and defenses after a ransomware hack caused the Colonial Pipeline, which provides nearly half of the transportation fuel for the East Coast, to shut down. The order, which the White House had been working on for months, will establish a Cybersecurity Safety Review Board to review incidents inNPR (Online News) New York Post (News) Washington Post
Apr 10 2021
Matt Gaetz Speaks Out Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations
On Friday, Florida representative Matt Gaetz spoke out against allegations of sexual misconduct. Speaking from the Save America Summit at former President Donald Trump’s Doral golf club in Miami, Gaetz said, “I have not yet begun to fight.” Gaetz currently faces a federal investigation into whether he violated sex trafficking laws and had a sexual relationship with a minor. The New York TimesNewsweek CNN (Online News) Washington Examiner
Sep 02 2022
Biden’s ‘MAGA Republicans’ Speech: Divisive Escalation or Necessary Truth-Telling?
President Joe Biden’s Thursday night speech calling out “MAGA Republicans” for allegedly threatening democracy prompted a wide range of reactions from all corners of American politics.
On Friday, Biden sharply criticized what he called an “extreme ideology” threatening “the very foundation of our republic” — referencing widespread death threats against election workers, threats againstFox News (Online News) Washington Post The Atlantic
Jun 16 2022
Should Biden Run Again in 2024?
Some Democrats are divided over whether President Joe Biden should run for president again in 2024.
The New York Times published interviews this week with dozens of Democrats, many of whom were "alarmed about Republicans’ rising strength and extraordinarily pessimistic about an immediate path forward" for their party. The Times explained how many top Democrats interviewed for the storyNew York Times (News) Axios The Daily Caller