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The discovery of classified documents in Biden's garage will make it harder for special prosecutor Jack Smith to indict former President Trump for keeping documents at Mar-a-Lago. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Biden acted like a fool against Trump, and it cost him.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken had hoped to broach a wide agenda in the Middle East. But after deadly attacks in the region, security again tops the list. LA Times
Naming an intersection for Elijah Muhammad along a section of Malcolm X. Boulevard is expected to raise eyebrows at a Tuesday public hearing. New York Post
VOA VIEW: NYC has gone liberal mad.


Democrats are proposing giving federal workers an 8.7% pay increase for toiling through the coronavirus pandemic and the Trump administration. New York Post
VOA VIEW: A Republican House should temper the stupidity.
“I thought it was terrible,'' Trump said. "He was in such trouble. He was just being pummeled. Now that should never have happened." New York Post
VOA VIEW: The whole truth is not out, and Nichols was no saint.
Your email address has become a digital bread crumb for companies to link your activity across sites. Here’s how you can limit this. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Think of your own privacy.
The Deptartment of Justice which has appointed two separate special counsels related to the documents is so far withholding them from Congress.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: As they should.
The California Reparations Task Force has yet to decide on a dollar figure for state descendants of slavery, but San Francisco's proposal to enrich its Black residents to the tune of $5 million each has raised the bar. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: A foolish thought and idea - no reparations.
A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court's dismissal of a lawsuit alleging that the mayor of Philadelphia discriminated against Italian Americans in renaming the city's Columbus Day holiday to Indigenous Peoples' Day. Washington Times


British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has fired the chairman of the governing Conservative Party for a “serious breach” of ethics rules in failing to come clean about a tax dispute ABC
VOA VIEW: UK laws are different.
Arizona Republicans have selected Jeff DeWit to be the party’s next chairman. ABC
VOA VIEW: A good move.
"I want to find a reasonable and a responsible way that we can lift the debt ceiling but take control of this runaway spending," McCarthy told "Face the Nation." CBS
VOA VIEW: Spending must be reduced.
Tesla shares rose 33% to close their best week since May 2013, boosted by positive economic data and an earnings beat. CNBC

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Self-made millionaire Grant Cardone says wealthy people think about money in a completely different way than most Americans. Here are the money rules that helped them get rich. CNBC
Sam Bankman-Fried should be barred from encrypted messaging software, the government said, citing possible efforts at witness tampering. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The DOJ makes it easy for Fried.
• Opinion: Meta's big mistake on Trump CNN


GOP Gov. Chris Sununu of New Hampshire shares whether he thinks former President Donald Trump will become the 2024 Republican nominee and responds to a recent poll placing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in the lead. CNN
VOA VIEW: Sununu has a major conflict - Trump.
GOP Gov. Chris Sununu of New Hampshire said Sunday he is considering a White House bid in 2024, citing the Granite State's "live free or die" spirit as a model for the Republican Party. CNN
VOA VIEW: Messing with Trump is not wise.
The West's decision to finally send tanks to Ukraine has caused some to ask the uncomfortable question: Does this mean that NATO is now in direct conflict with Russia?  CNN
VOA VIEW: Russia would be wise to backoff.
The deadlocked jury in the trial of activist Mark Houck is set to reconvene Monday to decide if he will get 11 years in prison for allegedly pushing an abortion clinic escort. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The Feds should let it go.
RowVaughn Wells, the mother of Tyre Nichols, says she will not stop fighting for justice after five police officers in Memphis, Tennessee, were charged with his fatal beating. FOX News
VOA VIEW: A racist statement.

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North Korean officials refuted U.S. claims that the country is providing Russia with weapons and ammunition for its invasion of Ukraine, issuing an opaque warning to the United States. UPI
VOA VIEW: NK lies.
Former President Donald Trump on Saturday delivered a speech in his first official 2024 presidential campaign event in New Hampshire. UPI
VOA VIEW: It sounds like Trump is on the march.
A drone strike caused an explosion at an ammunition factory in Isfahan late Saturday night, Iranian state media reported early Sunday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Iran is pushing itself into a conflict it cannot win.

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     A San Francisco program providing guaranteed income to pregnant Black women will soon spread to other counties throughout California.  A bad idea that will cause more pregnant dependent black women.

     An additional 425 mothers “and other birthing parents” will be served by the Abundant Birth Project throughout the Golden State next year as the program opens in Alameda, Contra Costa, Los Angeles and Riverside counties, according to a release from the San Francisco city government last week.  The programs in each of the counties will run for two- to three-year periods, thanks to a $5 million grant from the California Department of Social Services.

     “The Abundant Birth Project has proven to be successful in San Francisco and brings an innovative, equitable approach to addressing disproportionate health impacts largely among Black families, which is why I committed to investing $1.5 million over the next two years to grow the program in our City and neighboring counties,” San Francisco Mayor London Breed said in the release. “We hope the Abundant Birth Project serves as a model to address racial birth disparities throughout the region and state, and across the country.”

     Black women are twice as likely than White women to have a premature birth, according to the release, which also said that wealth and income disparities contribute to Black women having the highest infant and maternal mortality rates among any population.