Alabama's Republicans say they should not be required to draw a second congressional district likely to elect a Black Democrat. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Liberals stick together with the leftwing nonsense.
Trade used to take precedence in Asia, but geopolitical tensions are now pushing nations into security blocs led by China and the United States. LA Times
VOA VIEW: NK is testing US resolve.
Former President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court Tuesday to step in to his dispute with the Justice Department over classified records removed in August from his Mar-a-Lago resort by the FBI. In a nearly 300-page filing, the 45th president’s attorneys asked the justices to stay an earlier ruling by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals... New York Post
VOA VIEW: A test for the Supremes on Constitution or politics.


The US will dispatch another $625 million in military aid to Ukraine from its own stocks a day after President Biden sought to boost the American defense stockpile. New York Post
VOA VIEW: The US should not leave its stockpile shorthanded.
America’s borrowing binge has long been viewed as sustainable because of historically low interest rates. But as rates rise, the nation’s fiscal woes are getting worse. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Biden madness.
Seeking to undercut lawsuits by backtracking on the administration's own language seems a brazen attempt to avoid closer judicial review.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: Biden created a major problem.
More than 300 candidates who've denied the last presidential election results are running in 2022, including in seven critical battleground states.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: The liberals are afraid that majority America are pushing back.
Increases in health care premiums are coming amid skyrocketing rent and food costs, and those higher costs are likely to stick around, analysts warn.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: Things may become more positive if Republicans prevail in November.
The Justice Department announced fraud charges Tuesday against five current or former IRS employees in Tennessee whom prosecutors say stole money from the government's pandemic relief programs. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: They should pay dearly.


The Biden administration allowed hundreds of Afghans from last year's airlift to disappear into American communities without getting COVID-19 or other vaccinations, an inspector general has revealed. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is destroying the US.
The form - part of a law its author says is aimed at ensuring girls' and women's teams allow only cisgender females - asks what sex a student was at birth. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: As it should be.
Rep. Michael Cloud is announcing new legislation Tuesday that would require ICE to improve cooperation with state and local police departments, pushing back on the Biden administration's embrace of immigration sanctuaries. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: A good idea.
Steve Bannon was charged with defrauding investors to the "We Build the Wall" campaign. ABC
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.

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The government of South Korea confirmed that the Japanese government warned citizens to take shelter. ABC
VOA VIEW: NK is pushing the envelope.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi appealed for national unity. ABC
VOA VIEW: The fire has started and there is little been done for national unity
The Swedish prosecutor in charge of the investigation into leaks from pipelines in the Baltic Sea said Tuesday that he has ordered the area to be closed as he carries out a preliminary investigation into “suspected gross sabotage.” ABC


Devastated by Russia’s invasion eight months ago, the Ukrainian economy will plunge 35% this year ABC
VOA VIEW: The damage and carnage are much greater.
Musk's deal to acquire Twitter would move forward at a total cost of roughly $44 billion. ABC
He is asking for punitive damages of $475 million. CBS
Those states are Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Wisconsin — all states where the 2020 election results were questioned, and where Biden won. CBS
Recent reports are using monthly comparisons because of the sharp turnaround in the once-hot, pandemic-driven housing boom. So the changes can appear dramatic. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The housing market is taking a fall.

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Available positions totaled 10.05 million for the month, a 10% drop from the 11.17 million reported in July. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The job market is falling, and inflation is still strong.
Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson repeated his claim Tuesday that the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol was not an "armed insurrection," adding however, that protesters "did teach us how you can use flag poles, that kind of stuff, as weapons." CNN
VOA VIEW: Johnson is correct.
As Vladimir Putin lost more of the Ukrainian territory he is seeking to annex, his government on Tuesday sought to finalize the formalities of its claim to four Ukrainian regions, none of which are fully controlled by Russia anymore. CNN
VOA VIEW: Happy endings may not last long.

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Supreme Court justices wrestled with a key provision of the Voting Rights Act for almost two hours on Tuesday in a case that could make it more difficult for minority voters to challenge alleged gerrymandering and continue the deconstruction of the historic law. CNN
Arizona is reportedly distributing fentanyl testing strips to make them more widely available in the border state amid increased seizures of the pills often disguised as other drugs. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Fentanyl must be prevented and those involved with its creation and distribution must pay dearly.
Germany's foreign minister said Tuesday that Poland's demands for reparations for World War II aggressions are "closed issues." UPI
Vice President Kamala announced new actions Tuesday that the Biden-Harris Administration would take to support small business and owners and entrepreneurs of color. UPI
VOA VIEW: This is an unconstitutional statement - there should be no preference for people of color.
Gas flows to Moldova could end by Oct. 20 if it doesn't pay its bills, Russian energy company Gazprom said. UPI
VOA VIEW: Moldova should pay its bills.
Japan gave a Russian diplomat six days on Tuesday to leave the country, according to the Japanese foreign minister. UPI
VOA VIEW: As they should.
Los Angeles school superintendent said Monday it appears that hackers who cracked the district's database did not get the most sensitive information such as social security numbers and psychiatric records. UPI
VOA VIEW: A little relief.

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