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China's stringent COVID measures have led to an extremely low number of cases. But protests over the policy are putting President Xi Jinping on the defensive. LA Times
VOA VIEW: The facts and truth will be eventually known.
The Supreme Court declines to revive President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan, but agrees to rule early next year on its legality. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Biden will lose.
As Congress negotiates the final terms of the National Defense Authorization Act, the White House and Pentagon are opposing an idea to remove the coronavirus vaccine mandate for troops that Democrats are considering for use as a bargaining chip with Republicans. New York Post
VOA VIEW: A dumb position.
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The law makes it illegal to spread “propaganda” about “nontraditional sexual relations” in all media, including social, advertising and movies. New York Times
All Americans should feel uncomfortable with the government deciding what messages we can convey – or not convey – even in a professional capacity.
VOA VIEW: The answer is no.
The panel of eight men and four women was reminded by the judge that former president was not charged in the case.
The research shows children of color could be suffering amid delays in important surgical interventions, experts say.
VOA VIEW: Parents should care for their children.
Incarcerated lawyer Michael Avenatti was sentenced in Southern California on Monday to 14 years in prison and ordered to pay $7 million in restitution after admitting he cheated four of his clients out of millions of dollars. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The fool got caught - payback time.
Oregon has seen an enormous spike in gun sales over the past month as the state prepares for tight new gun regulations that are set to take effect Thursday. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Anit gun liberal fools.
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TikTok said it is making changes to its policies involving state-run accounts, amid allegations that China used the video-based social media platform to influence American politics ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: TikTok should be banned from the US.
In any other era, the Supreme Court's upcoming case on who holds the final say on election rules would be largely confined to the pages of law review journals and back rooms of state legislatures. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: States should make election laws.
The Department of Homeland Security has delayed the deadline for air travelers to have a REAL ID another two years, the agency announced Monday. ABC
Vandals are suspected of causing a major power outage in Moore County, North Carolina, which plunged tens of thousands of customers into darkness amid freezing weather. ABC
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Arizona’s top officials have certified the midterm election results ABC
VOA VIEW: Arizona has elections that were suspect.
North Korea has fired about 130 artillery rounds into the water near its western and eastern sea borders with South Korea, the latest military action contributing to worsening relations between the neighbors ABC
VOA VIEW: NK is testing Biden - and he is failing.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried remains in the Bahamas, even as regulators are rumored to be building a case against him. Why isn't he in jail yet? CNBC
VOA VIEW: He should be held accountable.
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Elon Musk's SpaceX is expanding its Starlink satellite technology into military applications with a new business line called Starshield. CNBC
U.S. Treasury yields rose Monday as investors weighed the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will continue hiking rates until a recession hits. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A rescission already hit.
We're trimming one of the Club's oil positions on the back of rising crude prices. CNBC
Retired Los Angeles Police Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey reacts to Tampa Police Chief Mary O'Connor, who flashed her badge during a traffic stop. Dorsey claims the interaction is "not a big deal" and regular behavior between officers. CNN
VOA VIEW: A true and natural position.
The Supreme Court declined on Monday to take up a case brought against Dominion Voting Systems and Facebook after the 2020 election by a group of voters who claimed the companies illegally "influenced or interfered with" the contest. CNN
VOA VIEW: The SC is acting cowardly.
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A shortage of public defenders in Multnomah County, Oregon, led judges in the county to dismiss hundreds of felony cases this year, an analysis shows. FOX News
The Tampa Police Department chief seen on video flashing her badge in hopes of being let off during a traffic stop has resigned at the request of the Florida city's mayor. FOX News
Two reporters confronted Hunter Biden over Twitter's suppression of reporting about his laptop at the Kennedy Center Honorees reception at the White House. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Hunter, his father and family are guilty.
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Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer on Monday announced the company and its partner BioNTech have asked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve an updated COVID-19 vaccine regimen for young children. UPI
VOA VIEW: The FDA has been a rubber stamp.
The U.S. Supreme Court's conservative justices signaled support on Monday for a web designer in Colorado who refused to provide services to a same-sex couple. UPI
VOA VIEW: As they should.
Opening arguments for the trial of a White former police officer in Texas who killed a Black woman inside her home in 2019, sparking racial protests, started Monday with no Black jurors. UPI
VOA VIEW: There should be no quota in jurors.
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