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Biden’s already run the most political White House in recent memory, where the larger public good is brutally ignored in favor of the immediate interests of the president and his party. New York Post
VOA VIEW: More like pitiful.
Until crime goes down, the public will not rest. Krasner and his ilk need to correct course or face the consequences. New York Post
VOA VIEW: They need to be ousted.
Mr. Musk, who had run a poll on Twitter about whether to bring back the former president to the service, said, “The people have spoken.” New York Times
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The appointment of an independent investigator is meant to address the perception of conflict of interest. But the system no longer seems adequate in this polarized political moment. New York Times
VOA VIEW: It's a joke and political harassment.
A U.S. official said negotiations continue over details for a fund to help developing countries cope with “loss and damage” caused by global warming. New York Times
VOA VIEW: More Biden stupidity.
Right-wing extremist violence in the U.S. is part of a global phenomenon. It should be treated that way. New York Times
VOA VIEW: The biggest problem is liberal woke madness.
Just how much snow has fallen in the Buffalo area? The latest totals as of Saturday.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. denied Saturday a New York Times report alleging he leaked the results of the 2014 Hobby Lobby ruling, where the court said the feds couldn't mandate corporations cover contraception under the Affordable Care Act. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: NYT or Alito belief is clear - Alito.
Democrats celebrated winning what was billed as North Carolina's lone toss-up race for the U.S. House this month, as state Sen. Wiley Nickel's narrow victory over Republican Bo Hines in the 13th Congressional District helped weaken any national GOP midterm wave. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Demo lies are clear after the elections - America was fooled again.
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High inflation and rising interest rates are creating one of the worst housing markets since the 2008 crash, presenting another hurdle to President Biden's hoped-for recovery in a sector that accounts for nearly one-fifth of the economy. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden has been an economic disaster.
Even with their threadbare House majority, Republicans doubled down this week on using their new power next year to investigate the Biden administration and, in particular, the president's son. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: It needs to happen.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promised 125 anti-aircraft guns and other air-defense technology as he made an unannounced visit Saturday — his first — to Ukraine’s snow-blanketed capital ABC
VOA VIEW: A sign of support.
A judge in Virginia has refused to quash a subpoena issued to Psaki seeking her deposition in a lawsuit filed by Missouri and Louisiana. CBS
VOA VIEW: Psaki has a lot of info that Biden would not like known.
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A powerful and deadly lake-effect snowstorm is pounding parts of the Great Lakes area, including western New York. CBS
Republican presidential prospects are courting anxious donors and activists in Las Vegas, as the GOP's early 2024 class warns it's time for the party to move on from Trump. CBS
VOA VIEW: Only liberal idiots think the same.
In the widely distributed emails, sent at the start of business Friday, Musk called for "anyone who actually writes software" to report to Twitter HQ. CNBC
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FTX's new CEO said on Saturday that the bankrupt crypto exchange is looking to sell or restructure its global empire. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Only a fool would buy into a restructure.
ExxonMobil's first-of-its-kind relationship to capture carbon from other companies' factories could be the first in a wave boosted by Biden's climate policies. CNBC
The midterm election results were "positive for seniors." Yet some say a fight over Social Security could still be brewing with debt ceiling negotiations. CNBC
BlackBerry used to be the most popular smartphone brand in the U.S. Now, it’s focused solely on software and cybersecurity. CNBC
Home sales weakened for the ninth straight month in October, weighed down by higher mortgage rates. CNBC
VOA VIEW: It will fall further.
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In October, home buyers needed to earn $107,281 to afford the median monthly mortgage payment for a "typical home." CNBC
VOA VIEW: Bad financial times are here - thank Biden and Dems.
Concerns about violent crime and guns remain top of mind for American voters, polls show time and again. These issues certainly stick with Kathy Pisabaj, of Chicago, who was 19 in 2018 when she was shot by a stranger and nearly died. CNN
VOA VIEW: The bad guys the liberals are trying to protect are a fault.
Elon Musk, the controversial billionaire who recently bought the social networking site Twitter, has polled its users on whether to reinstate the account of former President Donald Trump. UPI
VOA VIEW: It should not be a second thought.
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After initially telling Twitter employees that the company's offices would be closed until Monday, new owner Elon Musk reversed course and asked for anyone with software experience to come to the office. UPI
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