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A poll finds that public approval of the Supreme Court has fallen following the leak of a draft opinion that would overturn the Roe v ABC
VOA VIEW: The left continues their false propaganda to scare justices.
It’s become a common sight: jubilant Starbucks workers celebrating after successful votes to unionize at dozens of U.S. stores ABC
VOA VIEW: Time will tell what the fate of unionized store will produce.
Twitter’s regularly scheduled shareholder meeting Wednesday didn't include a vote on Tesla billionaire Elon Musk’s $44 billion bid for the social platform ABC

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The only Republican candidate running for governor in Wisconsin who supported keeping the bipartisan state elections commission in place has reversed his position and is calling for it to be dissolved ABC
The Congressional Budget Office says that high inflation will persist into next year ABC
VOA VIEW: The financial picture may look a little better if Republicans take over both Houses.
Commissioner Robert Califf admitted the agency's reaction was "too slow," while a formula maker exec apologized to parents. CBS
VOA VIEW: More Biden administration failure.
President Biden said he and first lady Jill Biden will travel to Uvalde Texas "in the coming days." CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden is an idiot.
Democratic leaders implored Republican senators to drop their opposition to gun legislation while signaling that the Senate won't immediately hold votes. CBS
VOA VIEW: Same old song after each tragedy.
At least two dozen children have been killed by gunfire on school property in the first five months of 2022. CBS
VOA VIEW: The problem is mad people, not guns.

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In a letter to investors backing the holding company that Musk is forming to take Twitter private, he expressed his commitment to completing the deal. CNBC
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pledged Wednesday to renew efforts to pass stricter U.S. gun-control laws. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Controls should be on mad people.
Trump, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Sen. Ted Cruz, Gov. Kristi Noem and other GOP politicians are also set to attend the NRA's "Leadership Forum" in Houston. CNBC
VOA VIEW: It will be an interesting event.
The missive to employees is the clearest sign so far that the company is against employees entering into collective bargaining agreements. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Unions are not for employees - they are for the bosses.

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Twitter reached a $150 million settlement with the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission over alleged misrepresentations of data privacy practices. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Twitter was guilty of wrongdoing.
Natural gas prices are at the highest level in nearly 14 years, just as the summer air conditioning season begins. CNBC
Some Illinois residents are receiving checks from a Facebook settlement, and experts say tech companies will need to keep paying up for violating user privacy. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Cheating was clear.

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Biden offered condolences and urged lawmakers to resist the gun industry to pass firearm legislation hours after a gunman killed at least 19 children in Texas. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden is making the matters and confusion worse.
Gov. Greg Abbott responded to the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas on Wednesday and Beto O'Rouke interrupted during the press conference. FOX News
VOA VIEW: O'Rourke mad a fool out of himself - bigger than he was already.
Hyundai has recalled some 239,000 vehicles over reports that seat belts may explode "abnormally" during a crash. UPI
VOA VIEW: Wild!
Snacks including fudge and packaged apple slices made with Jif peanut butter have been recalled amid an outbreak of salmonella. UPI
VOA VIEW: Be careful!

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May 27, 2022

      The Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday it was pausing its short-lived Disinformation Governance Board pending a review of the larger strategy behind it. The person tapped to lead the group, former Wilson Center fellow Nina Jankowicz, said she had resigned as a result.  The board was unconstitutional.

     Both Jankowicz and a DHS spokesperson said the group had itself become a target of disinformation since its creation was announced in late April. A DHS official went further on Wednesday, saying Jankowicz was "the subject of some particularly vicious and unfair attacks."

     As the official suggested, Jankowicz became the face of conservative-fueled criticism, some of it in personal terms. Others voiced concerns about her background: Jankowicz, who is routinely outspoken on Twitter, had publicly criticized Republicans and sowed doubt about the accuracy of press reports critical of President Joe Biden's son Hunter. More broadly, the disinformation board found detractors in the GOP and some leading civil liberties groups over the scope of its work. That scrutiny was fueled by an admittedly clumsy rollout -- such as a confusing name -- as well as an initial lack of specifics about the board's operations.

     In an interview with ABC News last week, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said the board wasn't rolled out "effectively," but that its work was "exactly contrary" to how it was being portrayed.   The board and the person chosen to run it were idiotic.