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Apr 25 2022
A longtime supporter of the Republican Party and a donor to former President Donald Trump said Gov. Ron DeSantis "may have gone too far" in his battle against the Walt Disney Company.
Dan Eberhart, CEO of oilfield services company Canary, said DeSantis's actions against Disney have opened the door for Democrats to attack him for damaging Florida's economy, the Washington Post wroteWashington Examiner
Jul 24 2021
President Biden is expected to use his meeting Monday with the Iraqi prime minister to press him to take a stronger role in curtailing Iranian-backed drone attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq in Syria.
But Mr. Biden may not have enough leverage to overcome Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi’s fears of retaliation from Iran, analysts say.
“Iraq is not going to take a hard lineWashington Times
Mar 16 2022
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol is not planning to issue subpoenas to members of Congress who are alleged to have information regarding the events leading up to and surrounding the attack, sources familiar with the matter tell ABC News.
While the panel had requested information from Republicans including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy andABC News (Online)
Mar 17 2022
“Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy summoned memories of Pearl Harbor and the Sept. 11 terror attacks Wednesday in an impassioned live-video plea to Congress to send more help for Ukraine’s fight against Russia. Lawmakers stood and cheered, and President Joe Biden later announced the U.S. is sending more anti-aircraft, anti-armor weapons and drones.” AP News
Many on both sidesThe Flip Side
Aug 03 2022
Online misinformation about the 2020 election drove all sorts of real-world consequences, from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol to the then-president of the United States getting banned from Twitter.
Those false claims that the last election was stolen haven’t gone away. Instead, they’re driving new campaign messaging for the 2022 midterm races through ads, videos and misleadingPoynter Fact Check
Jun 29 2022
The U.S. Secret Service reportedly plans to publicly denounce allegations from former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson. She testified Tuesday that former President Donald Trump lunged for the steering wheel in order to get to the Capitol to march with protesters Jan. 6.
Hutchinson testified Tuesday that she spoke with the deputy chief of staff for operations, Tony Ornato, in aThe Daily Caller
Feb 09 2022
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday subpoenaed Trump White House official Peter Navarro for records and testimony.
Navarro, who served as President Donald Trump's trade adviser, supported the former president's unfounded claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Trump through widespread voter fraud.ABC News (Online)
Feb 24 2022
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared martial law Thursday and announced the country had severed diplomatic ties with Russia after the giant neighboring nation launched a military invasion into Ukraine.
Beijing on Thursday refused to criticize Russia's attack on Ukraine, instead calling for a diplomatic solution. China also approved the importation of Russian wheat, a moveFox News (Online News)
Feb 24 2022
Terrified Ukrainians began a mass exodus Thursday as Russia declared war and started launching missiles — as chilling footage also captured a swarm of helicopters attacking an airport near the capital, Kyiv.
Soon after President Vladimir Putin’s televised declaration just before 6 a.m. local time, Russian missiles started raining down, plunging Europe into a nightmare not seen since theNew York Post (News)
Mar 23 2022
Permanently moving to daylight-saving time is likely to cause more harm than good when it comes to our health, sleep science indicates.
For years, researchers have bemoaned the biannual changing of the clocks, saying shifting just one hour is linked to a slew of negative health effects, including an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. But when the U.S. Senate recently passed aWall Street Journal (News)