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Special counsel Jack Smith asked the Supreme Court on Monday to swiftly decide whether former President Donald Trump is absolutely immune from federal prosecution. CBS
VOA VIEW: Smith is trying to get a leg up.
The Air National Guard has taken action against 15 people "for dereliction in the performance of duties" in the wake of intelligence leaks that began as early as February 2022. CBS
President Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war continues to be met with majority disapproval, according to a new CBS News poll. The president is losing voter support in Michigan, a state he won in the 2020 election, over the war response. CBS
VOA VIEW: Only a fool supports Biden.
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Battles are raging across Gaza as Israel indicates it is prepared to fight for months or longer to defeat the territory's Hamas rulers. CBS
VOA VIEW: Hamas must be eliminated - they would be wise to surrender.
Wells Fargo, until recently the biggest player in U.S. mortgages, has repeatedly felt regulators' wrath over missteps involving home loans. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Proof is required.
The announcement laid bare the impact of Madoff's nearly $65 billion scam 15 years after his arrest — and more than two years after his death in prison. CNBC
The introduction of a new giant ICBM, the Sentinel, aims to replace outdated Minuteman missiles, marking a significant shift in the Air Force's nuclear missile mission. FOX News
VOA VIEW: America must be and feel safe.
The Edna Police Department in Texas on Monday announced that Rafael Govea Romero, the undocumented suspect in Lizbeth Medina's murder, is being held on $2 million bond. FOX News
More than 115 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or farther over the holidays this years, up 2.5 million from last year, AAA reported Monday. UPI
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President Joe Biden will visit the Philadelphia Fire Department to announce $22.4 million in federal funds to boost firefighter salaries and benefits while facilitating the reopening of three shuttered fire stations. UPI
A U.S. Air Force pilot was in "stable condition" after ejecting from an F-16 fighter that crashed Monday off the coast of South Korea, officials said. UPI
VOA VIEW: Pilot safety is more important.
The British Royal Navy announced Monday it will send two minehunter ships to Ukraine as it launched a coalition with Norway to boost Kyiv's maritime defenses. UPI
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Good for the Chinese Americans. Most Chinese Americans hold an unfavorable view of their ancestral homeland, according to a new study, making them the Asian immigrant group most negative about their country of origin.
The Pew Research Center reported that most immigrants and descendants from the Communist nation viewed other Asian countries, including even breakaway Taiwan, more positively than China. Among Chinese Americans, just 41% had a favorable view of mainland China, including 45% of immigrant adults and 25% of those born in the U.S.
By comparison, 62% of Chinese Americans expressed a favorable view of Taiwan, a key Chinese rival. Overall, just 20% of all Asians surveyed expressed a positive view of China. The survey included Americans of Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese and Vietnamese descent and the findings showed no significant difference between self-identified Democrats and Republicans.