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With a strong governor, a Legislature passing a raft of liberal measures and a looming early presidential primary, Democrats are testing the promise and pitfalls of complete control of the state. New York Times
VOA VIEW: The country as a whole is going too far to the left.
The network used to be a safe space for the former president. But Brian Kilmeade, Jason Chaffetz and others had tough words for his appearance on “Hannity,” his first Fox interview in months. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal media wishful thinking.
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A California task force is on track to recommend a massive reparations package worth as much as $800 billion to compensate Black residents, but whether such a payout would pass judicial muster is another question. Washington Times
Board members picked by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to oversee the governance of Walt Disney World said Wednesday that their Disney-controlled predecessors pulled a fast one on them by passing restrictive covenants that strip the new board of many of its powers. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: DeSantis will put some more hurt on Disneyl
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An 81-year-old Colorado man accused of killing his wife and daughter with an axe told police he lost his job and was afraid they would end up homeless. Reginald Maclaren told police he didn't regret killing them because he "knows they are in a better place," according to court documents. Washington Times
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The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a dispute about when -- or if -- the IRS must give notice when it accesses banking records while probing assets of a delinquent taxpayer. Washington Times
It has been three years since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, and while cases and hospitalizations are on the decline across the country, millions of long COVID patients are still battling lingering symptoms. CBS News contributor Dr. Celine Gounder visits a facility to learn more about the puzzling condition. CBS
China is promising retaliatory action if Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen meets with U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy as she began her 10-day trip to the United States and Central America Wednesday. UPI
VOA VIEW: The situation with China is looking unstable.
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COVID deaths in New York state spiked 30% last December — to the highest tally since early 2022 — nearly three years after the virusfirst ravaged the state, a Post analysis shows. Caused by Dem liberal stupidity.
There were 915 deaths linked to coronavirus and its variants in the Empire State in December — about 30 a day — compared with 664 deaths in November. The monthly death toll hit levels unseen since since February 2022, The Post review of state Health Department data found — and comes despite widely available vaccines and antiviral drugs to treat COVID-19. Public health experts said the rising rate is proof COVID can still be considered a pandemic rather than a rear-view-mirror nuisance.
The virus has taken more than 77,000 lives in New York since early 2020, data compiled by the US Centers for Disease Control show. Nearly 1.1 million Americans have died from COVID-related illness, according to the CDC. The elderly — particularly those with other illnesses or who are unvaccinated — are most at risk for hospitalization or death. State data show 87% of those who’ve died from COVID are 60 and over, and a majority had heart- or blood-related illnesses.
According to health advocates, public fatigue and resistance to nagging recommendations to take precautions — like masking up — have contributed to the latest spikes in hospitalizations and deaths. Mask mandates in the city and state were scrapped last year.