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Even when the U.S. is saber-rattling, our real foreign policy tool of choice is economic and diplomatic sanctions. LA Times
VOA VIEW: It's possible, if Biden doesn't make another mouth mistake.
Western embassies are also moving some of their staff out of Kyiv LA Times
VOA VIEW: NATO must stay united.
New York's judges overwhelmingly agree with Mayor Eric Adams that they should have greater control over setting bail for potentially dangerous defendants, the official in charge of court operations told lawmakers. New York Post
VOA VIEW: They should have strong control of all bail.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday that she will seek another term in Congress, ending months of speculation within the Democratic caucus over whether she would run again. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Hopefully she will lose her race and Republicans take control
Senior administration officials revealed that they have been working to identify natural gas sources around the world -- "from North Africa and the Middle East to Asia and the United States." New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden makes big promises.
Dozens of single, mostly male adult migrants were reportedly shuttled from a makeshift processing center in Texas to a local airport for flights to various US cities. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden continues his stupidity.
The disinformation campaign includes claims that NATO and Ukrainian forces are preparing to attack Russian speakers in Ukraine. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Putin talks big.
Increased demand for the semiconductors that power cars, electronics and electrical grids have stoked inflation and could cause more factory shutdowns in the United States. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Not good news and good reason not to let China take over Taiwan.
The ‘‘stay calm” posture has left analysts guessing about its leadership’s motivation, but some say that after eight years of war, the country simply calculates the risks differently. New York Times
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Democrats were cheered for strict lockdowns and pandemic precautions. Now many weary voters want to hear the party’s plan for living with the coronavirus. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Dems should not run for reelection or switch parties.
The Federal Reserve's newly aggressive stance on inflation raises concerns that it could move too abruptly and tip the economy into another recession.
VOA VIEW: Biden and his clan don't have a clue of what to do.
Sean Payton is stepping down as head coach of the Saints, saying he doesn't plan to be in the NFL in 2022. But he didn't rule out a later return.
Free masks are on the way to pharmacies nationwide including Walmart, Costco, CVS and Kroger stores. N95 masks are available at Meijer and Hy-Vee.
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In the U.S., a family must earn almost $600,000 to be in the top 1%, but how does that vary per state? USA Today
VOA VIEW: Where do you stand?
The early reversal is being attributed to historically low levels of inventory and homebuyers trying to lock in mortgage rates before they go up. USA Today
VOA VIEW: It will be hard to own or rent.
People on social media are calling to boycott Pepsi over a report that found that Pepsi donated to Texas GOP lawmakers supporting the abortion ban. USA Today
VOA VIEW: It would be hard to boycott something liked over liberal hype.
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The COVID-19 booster drive in the U.S. is losing steam, worrying health experts who have pleaded with Americans to get an extra shot to shore up their protection against the highly contagious omicron variant ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden is the cause of the problem.
Pfizer has begun a study comparing its original vaccine with new doses. ABC
North Korea fired a pair of projectiles on Tuesday morning believed to be cruise missiles, a South Korean official told ABC News. ABC
VOA VIEW: NK is looking for problems.
President Joe Biden said there could be some U.S. troop movements in the "nearer term" a day after 8,500 forces were put on "heightened alert" near Russia and Ukraine. ABC
VOA VIEW: More threats - Putin is not intimidated.
The U.S. is considering depriving Russia of semiconductor technology needed to power industries. CBS
VOA VIEW: Will Putin blink?
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Fox News' Peter Doocy asked the president whether inflation will be a political liability. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden is a fool loudmouth.
Workplace safety regulator OSHA said it is pulling the vaccine and testing rules for businesses effective Wednesday. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden may have learned his lesson.
Michael Avenatti is now representing himself in the criminal trial against him after a judge approved the move Tuesday. CNN
VOA VIEW: A fool for a client.
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A federal appeals court allowed Iowa to enforce a new law preventing local schools from imposing mask mandates FOX News
VOA VIEW: Good - parents should decide.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced Monday that he bringing back a new version of the once-controversial plainclothes anti-gun unit, as part of his blueprint to end gun violence. FOX News
Nearly 200 members of Congress signed a brief in a Supreme Court case urging it to affirm a lower court ruling that allows the Environmental Protection Authority to maintain full powers to regulate the Clean Air Act. UPI
A judge of the New York State Supreme Court has struck down Gov. Kathy Hochul's COVID-19 mask mandate as unconstitutional, but the state's Education Department says schools must continue to comply with the requirement. UPI
VOA VIEW: Hochul is an idiot.
The U.S. government is working to bolster oil and gas supplies to Europe to protect against a possible Russian embargo on the exports amid rising tensions with Ukraine, the Biden administration said Tuesday. UPI
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