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U.S. officials have acknowledged a "gap" between what Israel has agreed to do to protect civilians and the rising death toll in Gaza. LA Times
VOA VIEW: No cease fire should be considered.
The nine-count indictment against Hunter Biden on federal tax charges was unsealed in Los Angeles on Thursday, the eve of President Biden's arrival in Southern California. LA Times
VOA VIEW: A trick to benefit Biden.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has accepted an invitation from President Joe Biden to visit the White House on Tuesday, according to multiple media outlets. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Biden is trying to weaken GOP House.


Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., sought to protect the Biden administration's Pentagon on its financial assistance to help service members seeking an abortion outside of conservative states which restrict termination of pregnancies after a few months. Newsmax
As former President Donald Trump has continued to blast "fake news" media narratives claiming Democrats want to face him, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has an even larger claim to a narrative that Democrats should fear her most. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Trump is the man to beat.
Speaking to one of the most crime-ravaged cities in President Joe Biden's America, former President Donald Trump is vowing a new "law and order" presidential campaign platform that will protect police from legal liability. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: A good idea.
Sen. Chris Murphy defended the latest charges slapped against first son Hunter Biden. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Hunter should be charged, but the timing is suspicious.
Donald Trump, in an about-face on Sunday, announced he won't be testifying in his own defense at the New York civil fraud trial that threatens his real estate empire. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Smart move.
Israel has accused the terror group of stooping so low as to even refuse to hand over the bodies of 20 dead hostages. New York Post
VOA VIEW: The threat should be responded with a massive attack.


The impasse is deepening in Congress despite dire warnings from the White House about the consequences of inaction as Republicans insist on pairing the aid with changes to America's immigration and border policies. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden better step up with border security.
Republicans have been attacking elite universities for years. After a tense congressional hearing last week, many on the left are joining them. New York Times
VOA VIEW: All universities should wake up a smell the discontent.
Gov. Josh Shapiro and Senator Bob Casey joined a rally in a show of solidarity with Jews after the resignation of the University of Pennsylvania’s president. New York Times
VOA VIEW: GOD fearing people should be on the side of Israel.
A federal jury will be selected to decide how much Rudolph Giuliani should pay for spreading lies about two Georgia election workers as he fought to keep Donald Trump in office. New York Times

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An American-Muslim advocacy group condemned President Biden's move to bypass Congress to sell thousands of tank shells to Israel, saying the administration's decision was "an affront to democracy and an act of moral insanity." Washington Times
VOA VIEW: CAIR is an affront to morality.
Southwest Airlines flight attendants have voted down a contract offer reached by negotiators for the airline and the union. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Greed!
Sen. Joe Manchin used a weekend Washington roast to tease a potential third-party run for the White House, joking that the nation could use someone slightly younger than the leading contenders. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Manchin is an idiot with little following.


Congress has been unable to pass additional aid for Ukraine as Republicans demand stricter border security measures in exchange. CBS
VOA VIEW: The WH has to get real on the border problem.
Sen. James Lankford, the lead GOP negotiator with the White House on the supplemental budget bill, says that the Congress "can't just sit back and say we're going to nothing" on the border. We have to come to an agreement between the Republican-controlled House, the Democratic-controlled Senate and the White House. CBS
VOA VIEW: The WH must get real.
President Biden attended a shiva, a weeklong Jewish mourning tradition, for legendary television producer Norman Lear. CBS
Many feel worse off than their parents' generation as income isn't keeping up. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden has the economy upside down.
Jayden Daniels became the first player since 2016 to win the Heisman despite his team not playing for a conference championship. CBS

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Box trucks with billboards demanding the firing of Harvard President Claudine Gay were deployed to the campus on Sunday. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Harvard and MIT presidents must resign.
The owner of a Los Angeles construction company is fed up with unchecked crime after burglars crashed through a security gate in a stolen car and raided a warehouse. FOX News
VOA VIEW: No one should vote for Dem.
The Biden administration on Friday urged local housing providers and community development groups across the country to help the federal government expand access to naloxone and other opioid overdose drugs. UPI

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Americans are divided on Joe Biden's response to Israel-Gaza conflict with more disapproving of the president's response than approving of it, according to the Pew Research Center. UPI
VOA VIEW: Maybe it's all about Biden, period.

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December 13, 2023

     Good for the Chinese Americans.  Most Chinese Americans hold an unfavorable view of their ancestral homeland, according to a new study, making them the Asian immigrant group most negative about their country of origin.

     The Pew Research Center reported that most immigrants and descendants from the Communist nation viewed other Asian countries, including even breakaway Taiwan, more positively than China.  Among Chinese Americans, just 41% had a favorable view of mainland China, including 45% of immigrant adults and 25% of those born in the U.S.

     By comparison, 62% of Chinese Americans expressed a favorable view of Taiwan, a key Chinese rival.  Overall, just 20% of all Asians surveyed expressed a positive view of China. The survey included Americans of Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese and Vietnamese descent and the findings showed no significant difference between self-identified Democrats and Republicans.