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It has been two months since Alejandro Mayorkas, a California native and the highest-ranking Latino in the federal government, was narrowly impeached. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Mayorkas is working with Biden.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan said Thursday he'll refuse to vote to renew Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act unless it includes a requirement that federal law enforcement officials obtain a warrant to search for U.S. citizens' data. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: As he should and demand more.
Major U.S. airlines and aviation unions on Thursday urged the Biden administration to pause approvals of additional flights between China and the United States, citing ongoing "anti-competitive policies of the Chinese government. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Biden may comply with the union requests.

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President Joe Biden's new plan to provide relief to student borrowers comes at a cost: $84 billion. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: It's not constitutional.
The share of Hispanic Americans in favor of building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border has climbed to 42% amid illegal immigration crisis at the southern border. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Good for them.
The election campaign for Donald Trump has sent a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates requesting the current debate schedule be adjusted to account for the abrupt changes in U.S. voting patterns. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Biden will chicken out.
President Joe Biden was "in a perpetual state of confusion" during a ceremony at the White House on Wednesday. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: What's news?
The long metallic item was found at Marconi Beach last week and has since been identified as the fuselage of an early drone. New York Post
"We terminated her contract for misrepresentation immediately upon seeing the longer video in which she gave an inaccurate job title and described a conversation that did not happen." New York Post
VOA VIEW: A fool.

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An editor at the broadcaster has generated a firestorm of criticism about the network on social media, especially among conservatives. New York Times
VOA VIEW: NPR is a bias fraud.
The number of people graduating with college degrees fell for the second straight year after inching upward annually for seven years, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center reported Thursday. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: College has become woke.
The U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Navy saved a trio of stranded mariners in the Federated States of Micronesia this week after seeing "HELP" spelled out on a beach with palm leaves. Washington Times
Federal agencies used only 12% of their headquarters space in the District of Columbia last year, according to a new report that confirms government offices in the nation's capital have become ghost towns. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Government waste.

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The Biden administration on Thursday awarded $830 million in grants to fund 80 projects aimed at toughening the nation's aging infrastructure against the harmful impacts of climate change. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: More spending for the left cause.
The judge overseeing former President Donald Trump's election interference case rejected the notion Wednesday that jailed defendants charged with some of the most violent crimes of the U.S. Capitol riot are "hostages" - a label Trump and his allies have frequently used to describe the prisoners. Washington Times
At least 10 tornadoes swept across the south from Texas to Alabama. The severe storms downed trees and powerlines, ripped roofs off some buildings and tore through others. The storm system is headed up the eastern seaboard Thursday. CBS
VOA VIEW: Sad!

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The Arizona Supreme Court earlier this week upheld a 160-year-old total ban on abortions. CBS
VOA VIEW: They will have to pass a vote.
The White House is announcing new gun safety reform with plans to close the so-called "gun show loophole." Officials in the Biden administration say that under the new rule background screenings will soon be required before anyone can buy guns online or in person at gun shows. CBS
VOA VIEW: As long as it meets present standards.
The detections, which averaged 16.5 firearms per day in the first three months of the year, were marginally fewer than last year's first-quarter average of 16.8 firearms per day, the TSA said. CBS
VOA VIEW: Dumb mistakes.
Storms lashed the Southeast on Wednesday, bringing flooding and tornadoes to parts of the Gulf Coast. CBS
Inflation is on the rise again, but according to recent trade data, so are Chinese imports to the US, showing a strong consumer economy. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden stupidity.

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On a monthly basis, car insurance prices as part of the consumer price index (CPI) rose by 2.6%, to push the year-over-year increase to 22.2%. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Thank Biden.
O.J. Simpson, who has died following a "battle with cancer," according to his family, was a Hall of Fame football player before being swept up in a murder trial that captivated the nation. FOX News
By unanimous vote, the Pacific Fishery Management Council has declared that all commercial and recreational salmon fishing is canceled off the coast of California. FOX News

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Wholesale Producer Price Index March inflation rose 0.2% for a 2.1% increase over the past 12 months, according to a Thursday report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. UPI
VOA VIEW: Biden is economically crippling the nation.
Russia unleashed mass aerial strikes against energy targets across Ukraine overnight knocking out one of the main power stations supplying Kyiv and damaging power infrastructure from Lviv and Odessa to Kharkiv. UPI
VOA VIEW: Ukraine must strike at Russia.
A federal judge has temporarily blocked Florida from enforcing its 2023 law -- which restricts how pronouns can be used -- against a transgender teacher who sued the state. UPI
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection is launching an offensive targeting Mexican drug cartels that enable deadly fentanyl to flow into the United States, the CBP announced Wednesday. UPI
VOA VIEW: About time.
President Joe Biden Thursday is hosting the first-ever trilateral summit with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishidan and Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., to strengthen strategic alliances in the Indo-Pacific. UPI

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     The landmark Washington National Cathedra l unveiled new stained-glass windows Saturday with a theme of racial justice, filling the space that had once held four windows honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.  Another left wing take over.

     The new windows depict a march for justice by African Americans, descendants of the very people who would have remained in slavery after the Civil War if the side for which the officers fought had prevailed.  The cathedral had removed the old windows after Confederate symbols featured prominently in recent racist violenceIn the new work, African Americans are shown marching - on foot or in a wheelchair - from left to right across the four windows. Some march in profile; some directly face the viewer with signs proclaiming “FAIRNESS” and “NO FOUL PLAY.” Light floods in through the sky-bright panes of white and blue above the figures.  Marshall, who was born in Birmingham in 1955, invited anyone viewing the new windows, or other artworks inspired by social justice, “to imagine oneself as a subject and an author of a never-ending story is that is still yet to be told.”