The White House emphasized its position following Tuesday’s drone attack on Moscow.
Month: May 2023
Biden’s Student Loan Cancellation Plan Takes a Hit
Opponents say the resolution could have devastating effects on student borrowers nationwide.
Fox News Warns of Network’s Diversity Plans After Chick-fil-A Boycott
“Here at Fox, other corporations, there will be things they’re going to have to change because the state of New York requires it,” Harris Faulkner said.
NASA’s experts talk UAPs ahead of final report on unidentified flying objects
NASA is holding its first public meeting on UFOs a year after launching a study into unexplained sightings, or unidentified aerial phenomena.
Chicago Spending Over $50 Million on Migrants Divides Democrats
The City Council approved the use of leftover 2021 budget surplus funds to supplement migrant care in the city.
Democrats Get Warning Sign About Their Youngest Voters
A new report shows Gen-Z males are more willing to embrace more regressive views on feminism and social justice at a time Democrats need them most.
Redrawing Idaho’s Borders Divides Small Oregon County
“It would make far more sense to get that government from Idaho,” said an advocate for relocating some 400,000 Oregonians into Idaho.
Republican Warns Colleagues About Plan B If They Kill Debt Deal
“I anticipate voting for this rule,” Representative Thomas Massie said this week in regard to the debt limit increase bill.
Report Finds 90 Percent of Russia’s Projectile Weapons Failed in May
A Kyiv Post analysis shows Russia spent $1.7 billion in May on weapons that were mostly unsuccessfully in attacks on Ukraine.
Breakthrough Colorado River plan: The benefits and limits
With the Colorado River in near crisis, and talks on water use gridlocked, Arizona, California, and Nevada recently agreed to cut use. Their proposal shows progress, but has limits.