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June 21, 2024

Past News

Republicans Call for Commemoration of Historic Overturning of Roe v. Wade (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

Republican senators are introducing a resolution on Tuesday to celebrate the second anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization ruling, in which the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Biden’s Hypocrisy on Climate Change Painfully Obvious (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

President Joe Biden repeatedly has called climate change an “existential threat,” worse than nuclear weapons.

House Republicans Demand Briefing on Investigation into Hunter Biden Whistleblowers’ Retaliation Claims (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

House Republicans are seeking more information from the Office of the Special Counsel (OSC) concerning its investigation into whistleblower retaliation claims by two IRS agents who came forward with allegations of misconduct during the Hunter Biden tax case.

DOJ Unseals Indictment against Surgeon Who Exposed Trans Procedures at Texas Children’s Hospital (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

The Department of Justice has unsealed a four-count indictment against Dr. Eithan Haim for alleged HIPAA violations, as the surgeon-turned-whistleblower attended his initial appearance in Texas federal court Monday afternoon.

CBO Projects FY 2024 US Deficit to Jump to $1.9 Trln Amid Higher Outlays (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

The U.S. budget deficit will jump to $1.915 trillion for fiscal 2024, topping last year’s $1.695 trillion gap as the largest outside the COVID-19 era, the Congressional Budget Office said on Tuesday, citing increased outlays for student loans, Medicaid, bank failure costs and aid to Ukraine and Israel.

White House Announces Mass-Amnesty Plan for Illegal Immigrants Married to U.S. Citizens (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

The Biden administration announced on Tuesday sweeping executive action to provide legal protections to tens of thousands of illegal immigrants who are married to U.S. citizens.

Blinken reportedly promised Netanyahu to lift restrictions on US arms shipments (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reportedly promised Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Washington would remove all restrictions on weapons transfers to Israel in the coming days.

NATO: Record Number of Allies Hit 2 Percent of GDP Target (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

A record 23 of NATO’s 32 member nations are hitting the Western military alliance’s defense spending target this year, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday, as Russia’s war in Ukraine has raised the threat of expanding conflict in Europe.

Putin, Kim Agree to Develop ‘Strategic Fortress’ Relations, KCNA Says (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to develop their nations’ relations, which have emerged a strategic fortress, during a meeting on the first day of Putin’s visit to Pyongyang on Wednesday, North Korean state media.

Boeing CEO Defends Company After Apologizing To Families Of Crash Victims (Tuesday 18 June, 2024)

U.S. lawmakers grilled Boeing’s chief executive Tuesday about the company’s plans to fix its manufacturing problems and its willingness to heed whistleblowers’ warnings, while relatives of people who died in two crashes of the aircraft maker’s 737 Max jetliners were in the room to remind him of what was at stake.


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