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     In the past, providing information to the public was originally limited to newspapers, then radio and then television.  Now, the World Wide Web allows any individual and/or group to avail news and information to the world.  Providing news and information to the general public is a very serious and important responsibility.  An individual can obtain considerable credibility, authenticity and fame in the community by being the provider and operator of a professional and quality News and Information Portal.     

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Democrats are in an odd position where good news for Biden — a decent news conference, a good poll — feels like bad news because it keeps him in a race they don't think he can win. LA Times
VOA VIEW: Dems have a Delima.
Sen. Jon Ossoff, D-Ga., joined with Republicans to block the nomination of a judge who ruled a transgender woman convicted of sex crimes should be transferred to a women's prison. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Good move.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, a majority of Americans say they want immigration levels decreased. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: As all should.


The Russian military in May and June faced its highest losses to date, with more than 70,000 soldiers either killed or wounded, and about 1,000 more casualties are expected every day over the next two months. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: This should hold Putin back.
A raw milk dairy farmer and longtime critic of the FDA has accused officials of ignoring his tip about a possible H5N1 outbreak among dairy cows in New Mexico. LA Times
Several top donors to the Democratic Party will withhold about $90 million in promised donations unless President Joe Biden steps aside from his reelection campaign. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Biden will get the money if he holds tight.
President Joe Biden says a ceasefire framework that would see the release of hostages has been agreed to by Israel and Hamas. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: It's a fools thought.
Just because a media source you don’t like points something out doesn’t mean it’s not true. New York Post
VOA VIEW: The liberal progressive media are known to be deceptive liars.
Every piece of data, every supportive “Ridin’ with Biden” social-media post, every delusional quotation from elected leaders and party hacks that tells people to ignore what they see and hear and focus on some sepia-tinged “legacy” for the president keeps the weakest Democratic candidate for re-election since Lyndon Johnson on the ticket. New York Post
VOA VIEW: He will stay.


The decision means that the former New York City mayor and lawyer for Donald Trump will face his creditors without protection from federal bankruptcy laws. New York Times
VOA VIEW: He has to hold out for Trump to win.
Donald J. Trump appears to be giving more weight to political calculations in selecting a running mate, by picking someone who “helps you get elected.” New York Times
VOA VIEW: Trump VP predictions were made by the media.
Fort Liberty has walked back a slideshow presentation on terrorism that named two pro-life organizations as "terrorist groups," saying it was a mistake. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal thinking.
A Maryland judge has tossed the City of Baltimore's climate change lawsuit against 25 major oil and fossil fuel companies. Washington Times

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People in the southeast Caribbean urgently need food, water and shelter nearly two weeks after Hurricane Beryl crushed the region as a Category 4 storm, officials said Thursday as they pleaded for at least $9 million in assistance from the international community. Washington Times
The National Education Association, the nation's largest teachers union, has locked out its staff without pay after an internal strike ended its annual assembly prematurely last weekend. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Interesting!
Auto insurance has gone up 19.5% since June of last year, according to the latest Consumer Price Index data. CBS


A fleet of drones patrolling New York City's beaches for signs of sharks and struggling swimmers is drawing backlash from an aggressive group of seaside residents: local shorebirds. CBS
More than 2,400 patients may have been exposed to infectious diseases because of an anesthesiologist who may not have followed infection control practices. CBS
AT&T said the breach doesn't include the content of calls or texts or personal information such as Social Security numbers. CBS
VOA VIEW: That's the second problem in six months.
More than one million customers are still without power in the Houston area for a fourth straight day as recovery efforts from Hurricane Beryl remain slow. Compounding the issue for residents are the sweltering temperatures. CBS
The PPI is a gauge of prices that producers can get for their goods and services in the open market. CNBC
VOA VIEW: All the downslide is Biden's doing.

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In honor of National French Fry Day, popular chains including McDonald's, Wendy's and Burger King are offering freebies and discounts. CNBC
A SpaceX rocket carrying Starlink satellites failed midflight, in a rare misfire for the company's workhorse Falcon 9 vehicle. CNBC
A MS-13 gang leader pleaded guilty Wednesday to his involvement in eight brutal murders in New York, including the horrific killings of two high school girls. FOX News

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Oakland police reported a 33% drop in crime this year, but critics say the figure is misleading and is much lower in reality. FOX News
VOA VIEW: In other words, cheating.
A 13-year-old Florida boy has been accused of trying to abduct women in a Vero Beach country club community. FOX News
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban visited former U.S. President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday, proclaiming afterward that he can bring an end to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. UPI
VOA VIEW: Most believe it could happen.
House Republicans on Thursday voted to nullify a new Biden administration rule aimed at increasing protections for transgender students. UPI
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday sanctioned the Venezuela-based transnational criminal organization gang Tren de Aragua for alleged human trafficking, drugs, money-laundering and gender violence. UPI
U.S. President Joe Biden and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol said that any nuclear attack by North Korea would be met with a "swift, overwhelming and decisive response," as they authorized new deterrence guidelines. UPI
VOA VIEW: As they should.

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     Ratings-challenged CNN remains mired in third place behind rivals Fox News and MSNBC despite the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas.  Fox leads because of less misinformation, more disclosure of facts and honesty in reporting.
     The cable news channel attracted an average of 619,000 viewers — with just 134,750 in the advertiser-coveted 25-54 age demographic, according to the latest Nielsen figures.  The ratings were a fraction of the more than 2 million viewers who tuned into Fox and the 1.7 million amassed by MSNBC, the data show.  Fox also won the key demo race with 260,375 viewers, while MSNBC drew 157,750.
     CNN’s primetime viewership continues to be a weak spot for the network. Its top stars — Anderson Cooper, Kaitlan Collins and Abby Phillip — manage to attract an audience less than one-fourth the size of their counterparts on Fox News — Jesse Watters, Sean Hannity, and Greg Guttfeld. Second-place MSNBC’s primetime stars also manage to quadruple the audience at CNN, which brought in former New York Times chief Mark Thompson to run the network after the disastrous reign of Chris Licht. Thompson took the helm on Oct. 9, two days after Hamas terrorists invaded Israel and killed more than 1,400 people.

          CNN can't get more than 100k people under 55 to watch *in prime time* as a major war is underway in which Americans have substantial interest. They can't even get 500,000 total to watch in prime time. Just a complete and well-deserved collapse despite huge corporate promotion: