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NEWS - SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2024 - NEWS
The Supreme Court ruled against a Los Angeles couple suing the federal government over the Salvadoran husband's visa denial. LA Times
VOA VIEW: As it should be.
Former President Donald Trump promised to release all the files related to the assassination of President John Kennedy if he returns to the White House. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: That should turn many on.
A Nevada state court judge dismissed a criminal indictment Friday against six Republicans accused of submitting certificates to Congress falsely declaring Donald Trump the winner of the state's 2020 presidential election, potentially killing the case. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Good!

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TV's outspoken "Judge Judy" Sheindlin says she doesn't think Donald Trump should have become president, but at the same time, she thinks Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's business records conviction against him was "nonsense." Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Well put.
A contentious provision in the annual defense bill requiring women to register for the military draft reportedly is worrisome for some vulnerable Senate Democrats seeking reelection in November. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: As it should be.
Despite President Joe Biden's low poll numbers and widespread concerns about his cognitive ability, a majority of voters would not approve of California Gov. Gavin Newsom replacing the chief executive on the Democratic Party's national ticket in November. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: The Dems don't have an alternative.
Johan Jose Rangel Martinez, 21, and Franklin Jose Pena Ramos, 26, were both released into the US with GPS monitoring after illegally crossing the southern border into El Paso, Texas this year. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Sad!
The decision came less than two months after the Biden administration delayed a decision on whether to ban traditional menthol-flavored cigarettes. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Biden madness.
New research showed that tirzepatide, the compound in Zepbound, improved symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea. New York Times

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Former President Donald Trump said in an interview posted on Thursday he wants to give automatic green cards to foreign students who graduate from U.S. colleges, a sharp departure from the anti-immigrant rhetoric he typically uses on the campaign trail. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: This sounds fishy.
China's acquisition of farmland near critical U.S. military bases has sparked significant national security concerns, with fears of potential espionage or sabotage growing. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: As it should.
Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed paperwork Thursday to get on the ballot for the November election in swing-state Pennsylvania, the state's election office said. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.
Former President Trump saw a spike in donations after his felony conviction last month. CBS
VOA VIEW: Good for Trump.

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The court ruled 8-1 that a person who has been found by a court to pose a credible threat to the physical safety of another may be temporarily disarmed. CBS
VOA VIEW: Good!
Portable battery chargers recalled after 120 reports of the product overheating, safety watchdog warns. CBS
Steve Bannon's emergency request to the Supreme Court came just hours after an appeals court rejected his bid to remain free. CBS
VOA VIEW: It's a waste of time.

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JoyJolt brand coffee mugs can break when filled with hot liquids, leading to serious injuries, safety regulators warn. CBS
VOA VIEW: Be careful.
Sales stalled in May as median existing home prices hit a record and mortgage rates remained high. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Madness.
Russia is ready to hold security talks with NATO states, President Vladimir Putin said, while affirming Moscow's plans to ramp up the national nuclear arsenal. CNBC
VOA VIEW: More Putin scare tactics.
The IRS will deny billions of dollars' worth of improper employee retention credit claims. CNBC
VOA VIEW: As they should.
Though unemployment reached 4% for the first time in two years. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Thank Biden.

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At least 8 illegal immigrants have been arrested in a string of high-profile attacks across the U.S. this week alone, according to police in multiple states. FOX News
VOA VIEW: All the fault of Biden.
The U.S. Department of Treasury's office announced sanctions against two fugitive cartel leaders indicted in 2017 for allegedly importing and distributing heroin in the U.S. FOX News
VOA VIEW: So be it.
Manhattan prosecutors dropped the cases against 30 anti-Israel protesters who took over a Columbia University building in April. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Bragg is an idiot.

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A duo was indicted in Louisiana on Thursday for their alleged involvement in the murder and kidnapping of a mother and daughter last week. FOX News
The Biden administration sanctioned Russian-based anti-virus and cybersecurity company Kaspersky on Friday, following up on a ban placed on its products in the United States by the Commerce Department earlier in the day. UPI
VOA VIEW: Good!
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned South Korea against directly supplying weapons to Ukraine for its ongoing battle against Moscow's invasion, saying it would be a "very big mistake." UPI
VOA VIEW: SK sending weapons to Russia for use against Ukraine.
The legal team for Donald Trump has asked for New York judge Arthur Engoron to recuse himself in the former president's civil fraud case, Trump's lawyers said Thursday. UPI
VOA VIEW: At the very least.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating an incident in which a Southwest Airlines jet descended dangerously low on its approach into Oklahoma City shortly after midnight on Thursday. UPI

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     Florida Rep. Carlos Gimenez is sounding the alarms about China cultivating “greater ties” with Cuba after 17 Chinese nationals were recently apprehended in his district.  The problem is clear and the action  needed is more clear.

     The Republican, who sits on the House Homeland Security Committee, said it was “concerning” that the migrants from China had been able to enter Key Largo – an island in the upper Florida Keys – by boat, according to authorities.  “That really kind of concerns me that now they’re trying to make their way in through the Keys — my part of the country,” he told the Daily Mail in an interview.  “I understand that the Chinese are having more and more influence. More and more infrastructure projects more and more activity in our hemisphere, especially in in Cuba.”

     Back in June, reports revealed that Cuba had granted China authority to build a surveillance facility on the island, located some 90 miles south of Florida.  That development followed the incident in which a high-altitude spy balloon from China floated across the US for about a week between late January into early February before being shot down off the Carolina coast.  There have allegedly been at least 100 surveillance snafus in recent years where military bases were breached by Chinese nationals, many of whom cast themselves as tourists, the Wall Street Journal reported last month.

     “We’ve seen many, many Chinese nationals, saying they’re tourists and stuff and they’ve been photographing sensitive installations,” Gimenez added to the Daily Mail.  The congressman faulted the Biden administration for its border policies, which he ripped as “mind-blowing.” “I’m proud to serve on the Armed Services Committee, Homeland Security Committee, and the new Select Committee on China and have requested additional information from all federal agencies involved,” Gimenez said in a statement following the news of the apprehensions in Key Largo last week.