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Given a choice between granting amnesty to illegal immigrants and deporting all of them, 52% would vote for the candidate who favored deportation, 36% would vote for the candidate who favored amnesty, and 12% are undecided. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: All illegal migrants should be deported and receive no financial benefits.
The Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen claimed on Tuesday they shot down an American drone over the country on the Arabian Peninsula. The U.S. military acknowledged reports but didn't comment. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: As usual, the US does nothing.
House lawmakers may ditch plans to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress and instead go to court seeking special counsel Robert K. Hur's audio recordings of his interviews with President Biden. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: What has to be done, must be done.

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A federal report said Mexico's two largest cartels are operating in every U.S. state, and are driving the nation's deadly overdose epidemic from fentanyl and other synthetic drugs. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: All thanks to Biden stupidity.
Much of the American tech industry is lining up with the federal government to develop a comprehensive U.S. response to China's military-civil fusion, a policy that has forced cooperation between businesses and the communist government in Beijing. Washington Times
President Joe Biden and the Democratic National Committee said Monday that they raised more than $51 million in April, falling well short of the $76 million that Donald Trump and the Republican Party reported taking in for the month. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Biden is a joke.
House lawmakers may ditch plans to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress and instead go to court seeking special counsel Robert K. Hur's audio recordings of his interviews with President Biden. Washington Times
Biden, 81, and Trump, 77, are neck and neck in New Hampshire — despite the state voting Democrat in the past five presidential elections, new polling revealed. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Trump is really ahead.
More fast-food chains, discount retailers are cutting prices as budget-conscious consumers balk at high prices, hurting sales. CBS
VOA VIEW: Let see what the real picture looks like.

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The Justice Department called the site on the dark web "one of the largest illegal narcotics marketplaces on the internet." CBS
Airline carriers have been shrinking seats for years, prompting Congress in 2018 to order the FAA to set new standards to ensure passengers can evacuate in 90 seconds or less, but their testing was widely criticized. Now, as part of the FAA reauthorization bill signed into law, Congress is demanding a do-over. CBS
VOA VIEW: They are already too small.
President Biden sharply criticized the request for a war crimes arrest warrant for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu along with the leaders of Hamas. The president called the move by the International Criminal Court "outrageous," saying there's no equivalence between Israel and the militant group. CBS
VOA VIEW: A proper move - it may change tomorrow.
Prosecutors allege 18 Republican leaders and activists conspired to try tipping Arizona's electoral college votes to former President Donald Trump. The Democratic state attorney general has charged them with fraud, forgery and conspiracy. Some of those charged include Mark Meadows, Rudy Giuliani and John Eastman. CBS
VOA VIEW: The Dems continue their madness.

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A recent report detailing a toxic culture at the FDIC described Chair Martin Gruenberg as having a "temper" and a "short fuse." CNBC
VOA VIEW: The Biden administration is breaking up.
Donald Trump could be getting a fundraising boost from his hush money trial. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Only Trump can make a bad into a good.
The University of Michigan confirmed that police cleared an encampment of anti-Israel protesters from the Central Campus on Tuesday morning. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Good!

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President Joe Biden is traveling to New Hampshire on Tuesday to detail the impact of a law that helps veterans get key benefits as a result of toxic exposure. FOX News
The Federal Railroad Administration finalized new federal certification rules for signal repairmen and train dispatchers, which will set minimum standards and ensure workers have the skills they need. FOX News
The Justice Department is suing two Christian anti-abortion organizations and seven of its members on allegations of blocking access to two northeast Ohio reproductive health clinics in June 2021. UPI
VOA VIEW: The Biden admin is gone mad.
Two conservative Republican senators on Monday introduced a bill which seeks to protect access to in vitro fertilization, known as IVF, after a past effort by Senate Democrats failed in February. UPI
VOA VIEW: Let it proceed.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacted with fury to a request by the International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor for warrants to arrest him and Defense Minister Yoav Gallant for alleged war crimes in Gaza UPI
VOA VIEW: As he should.

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The Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology said the rise in DNA collection raises questions about whether immigrants' privacy rights are being violated. LA Times
Jack Smith, the special counsel investigating former President Donald Trump, suspected he was making additional efforts to obstruct the government's probe into his handling of classified documents kept at his Mar-a-Lago estate. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Smith is an idiot.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani pleaded not guilty Tuesday to nine felony charges stemming from his alleged role in an effort to overturn Donald Trump's 2020 election loss in Arizona to Joe Biden. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: As he should.

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Independent candidate for president Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said he would give Black farmers $5 billion in reparations. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: RFK is acting like idiot.
House Speaker Mike Johnson's strategy to maintain Republican unity after the failed motion to vacate by dividing Democrats continues to play out well on the issue of cryptocurrency, Politico reported. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: May not be a viable option.
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration announced Tuesday that it will sell off 1 million barrels of gasoline held in case of emergencies — with the Energy Department explicitly citing an interest in keeping gas prices low over the summer driving season ahead of the November election. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Biden is depleting emergency reserves to next to nothing.
"I DO NOT SUPPORT A BAN ON BIRTH CONTROL, AND NEITHER WILL THE REPUBLICAN PARTY!" Trump declared on Truth Social. New York Post
VOA VIEW: Smart move.
The White House suspended a secret mission to transfer detainees to Oman in October after Congress members expressed concerns about Middle East instability. New York Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal stupidity.
Moscow has said the exercise is a response to “provocative statements and threats of individual Western officials.” New York Times
VOA VIEW: Putin may be starting something he cannot stop and win.

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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 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 published.  “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 last 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.