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Migrants say they've been forced to traverse the river daily to buy food because they're not allowed to cook in the camp and the U.S. has failed to provide any real sustenance. LA Times
VOA VIEW: The numbers reduced were not deportation, it was movement to other camps.
Most disappearance cases involving people of color quickly fall off the national radar — a racist double-standard considering the current Gabby Petito saga, critics claim. New York Post
VOA VIEW: It always turns to race.
Mark Zuckerberg, the chief executive, has signed off on an effort to show users pro-Facebook stories and to distance himself from scandals. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Facebook is anti you.

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The president said he wants global cooperation to meet challenges, but some allies and adversaries say his actions point to confrontation with China and unilateral action, belying his words. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is an idiot.
Joe Biden's ratings continue to drop. Disapproval grows over his handling of the economy, COVID-19; just 22% approve of his handling of Afghanistan.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: A wise group.
Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz said Sunday 3,300 migrants have been removed from the Del Rio camp either to planes or detention centers since Friday.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: They were not deported.
Tea Party Patriots faded from prominence during the Trump administration but now plans dozens of rallies around the country Wednesday, spurred into action by government mandates for masks and vaccines. Jenny Beth Martin, a co-founder of the group, said the anger nationwide over mandates reminds her of the rage that ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The nation must wake up.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Tuesday took sharp aim at the U.S. in a speech before the United Nations, saying America’s pledge to end wars is hollow because Washington is using sanctions as a mechanism of war. In pre-recorded remarks from Tehran, Mr. Raisi lashed out at President Biden and ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Iran is not a friend of the US, regardless who is president.
Far-left Democrats, including members of the “Squad,” successfully pressured House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday into stripping military aid to Israel from a bill to keep the federal government open past Sept. 30.  Progressives opposed an attempt by Mrs. Pelosi, California Democrat, to include more than $1 billion for Israel’s ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Pelosi and Biden are not friends of Israel or democracy.

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The Biden administration cracked down on a cryptocurrency exchange on Tuesday to disrupt ransomware attackers using digital payments to facilitate the cyberattacks on America’s critical infrastructure. The Treasury Department announced sanctions against SUEX, a cryptocurrency exchange operating in Russia, for allegedly facilitating payments to cyber gangs. A cryptocurrency exchange is ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden know not what he is doing.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres laid down a marker Tuesday for the United States and other nations pursuing the development of weaponry that uses artificial intelligence, asserting that weapons capable of picking their own targets "should be banned." Mr. Guterres made the assertion in remarks Tuesday morning, moments before a series ... Washington Times
Facebook is disputing the claim that it provided President Trump and his campaign more editorial leeway ahead of the 2020 election as part of a deal to avoid new federal regulation. The newest tussle is part of a larger battle Facebook is fighting with critics who say they have evidence ... Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Facebook and other big tech companies must be regulated.
FBI Director Christopher Wray told a U.S. Senate panel Tuesday morning that the bureau has been forced to surge resources toward its domestic terrorism investigations. ABC
VOA VIEW: The liberal media is the biggest security threat to the US.

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A U.S. intelligence officer suffered symptoms linked to a series of directed-energy attacks known as “Havana syndrome” while traveling with Central Intelligence Agency Director William Burns in India earlier this month ABC
VOA VIEW: Strange!
Puerto Rico’s governor has signed a bill to increase the U.S. territory’s minimum wage for the first time in more than 12 years ABC
The company that operates the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse an appellate ruling ordering additional environmental review ABC
VOA VIEW: They should.

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The FBI in Denver said the coroner's "initial determination for the manner of death is homicide." CBS
VOA VIEW: Sad and avoidable.
Online retailer, which no longer screens workers for marijuana use, wants Congress to ease nation's cannabis laws. CBS
VOA VIEW: Amazon makes a decision for all America.
"Today, terrorism moves at the speed of social media," FBI Director Christopher Wray told Congress Tuesday. CBS
The "Guardian Service Dress" features a jacket with silver buttons running diagonally along one side of the front, with the wearer's name pin on the left and a light blue shirt peeking out from underneath. CBS
After Black Lives Matter protests exploded around the world - Ghana's Tourism Minister encouraged African Americans to move to her country, saying you don't have to "stay where you are not wanted." The calls followed a 2019 campaign that encouraged descendants of African diaspora to return to the nation where four centuries earlier their ancestors were forced into slavery. CBS News' Debora Patta meets one African American who was so fed up with the trauma of racism that she moved across the world to make Ghana her home. CBS
VOA VIEW: Blacks may complain, but they know what country is best for them - the US.

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"Simply put, we stand, in my view, at an inflection point in history," the president told the U.N. General Assembly. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden does not know what he says.
The 65-year-old Republican lawmaker is at least the 13th fully vaccinated member of Congress to test positive for the virus this year. CBS
VOA VIEW: So!
Monday, stocks saw the biggest drop in months due to a Chinese property developer on the brink of bankruptcy. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger explains the impact on the market, what investors should do now and if this will impact the two-day Federal Reserve meeting. CBS
VOA VIEW: It has been a market raised by big money.

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The measure funds the government through December 3 and suspends the debt limit through December 2022. CBS
VOA VIEW: Dems control all and want to get more powerful.
After Monday's market turbulence, the Fed's challenge will be to sound reassuring while acknowledging it is getting ready to move away from its easy policy. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The Fed cannot be trusted.
Stocks roared back earlier in Tuesday's session with the Dow up more than 300 points at one point before giving up all those gains as trading continued. CNBC
The legislation from Cori Bush and Elizabeth Warren comes after the Supreme Court shot down a Biden administration eviction moratorium. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Total madness.
The committee formerly known as Team Telecom pointed to "foreign participation" in a letter it sent to the head of the Federal Communications Commission. CNBC
The U.S. has already administered over 2 million Covid booster shots nationwide, according to the CDC. CNBC
VOA VIEW: WHO cannot be trusted.
Biden's debut address to the UN General Assembly comes as the U.S. strives to rebuild alliances and reclaim a global leadership position. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden said or means nothing.
The House select committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot will move "straight to subpoena" some "recalcitrant" witnesses, Rep. Adam Schiff said. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Schiff is an idiot.
A Texas school district has removed a book from schools after an irate mother read aloud an excerpt about anal sex during last week’s board meeting. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The public school system has become a liberal magnet of stupidity.
A U.S. park ranger in Utah reportedly urged Gabby Petito to distance herself from fiancé Brian Laundrie just weeks before the road-tripping New York native’s remains were believed to be found near Grand Teton National Park. FOX News
The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday sued to block an alliance between American Airlines and JetBlue to share passengers and revenue at four airports in New York City and Boston. UPI
Tropical Storm Rose, the 17th named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, was expected to weaken to a tropical depression Tuesday evening, forecasters said. UPI
Peter, the 16th named system of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, weakened to a tropical depression Tuesday. UPI
San Francisco International Airport became the first airport to require all workers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on Tuesday, the city announced. UPI
VOA VIEW: Madness!
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told Congress on Tuesday that he was "horrified" when he saw the images of Border Patrol agents charging migrants in Del Rio, Texas, on horseback. UPI
VOA VIEW: A total lie.
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau won a bittersweet victory in parliamentary elections Monday night -- earning enough votes to stay in office but falling short of the majority that he and his Liberal Party were hoping for. UPI
VOA VIEW: Good and bad news.

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     Read about total Dem madness.  A far-left Democratic pol wants to give non-US citizens the right to vote in New York City — and if you don’t like it, he says, you can move. The bill by Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez (D-Washington Heights) seeks to supersede state law and give green card and work visa holders the right to vote in local elections.

     “This is not about a favor, this is about taxation without representation,” Rodriguez — who came to the Big Apple from the Dominican Republican at age 18 and has been a staunch supporter of expanded rights for illegal immigrants — claimed during Monday’s hearing on the measure. He added: “If people have a problem with this, then they should move to another town or another country that has not been built by immigrants.”

     And the measure, which was debated Monday, is no pipe dream, it has the support of 34 of 51 council members, enough to be passed.  But Mayor Bill de Blasio, who in 2014 signed “sanctuary city” legislation that bars official cooperation with federal immigration authorities, signaled Friday he might issue his first veto if the bill arrives on his desk. “We’ve done everything that we could possibly get our hands on to help immigrant New Yorkers — including undocumented folks — but… I don’t believe it is legal,” he said during his weekly appearance on WNYC radio Friday. “Our Law Department is very clear on this.”  During Monday’s hearing, the city’s chief democracy officer, Laura Wood, declined to take a position on the proposed legislation. But Wood cited the Law Department in saying that it would likely violate Article II, Section 1 of the state constitution, which restricts voting in New York to US citizens who are 18 or older and have lived in New York at least 30 days.

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