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The rise in antisemitism in colleges and universities in the U.S. was linked to $13 billion in undisclosed funds from foreign countries. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: China, Russia, Muslim and other countries bribe US colleges and universities.
After House Speaker Mike Johnson released the first batch of surveillance footage from the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, reporters are calling for renewed accountability. "The dam is breaking on the official narrative". Newsmax
VOA VIEW: The Dems spread many lies.
Former President Donald Trump early Thursday morning posted a searing Thanksgiving message on his Truth Social page, lambasting the New York attorney general and judge involved in his civil fraud trial; President Joe Biden, and the nation's "Radical Left Lunatics." Newsmax
VOA VIEW: All deserving truths.
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The Biden administration on Wednesday urged a federal judge to reject a legal challenge to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point's consideration of race in admissions, saying that Army diversity was "integral to ensuring national security." Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Race should not be an issue in admissions.
Electric vehicle sales are expected to hit a record 9% of all passenger vehicles in the U.S. this year. Newsmax
U.S. coalition airstrikes targeted Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps sites in the Syrian countryside in response to attacks on a U.S. coalition base at the Conoco gas field in Syria, according to The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). Newsmax
VOA VIEW: There should be more strikes against Iran interests.
The CDC has already reported a sharp rise in RSV cases in the last two weeks. New York Post
There is little doubt about the outcome, should he run, but the election in March carries more significance as the first one since the invasion of Ukraine. New York Times
The CEO who runs the board in charge of Voice of America, Radio Free Europe and other U.S. government-funded news agencies lectured employees this week about crossing the line from journalist to activist. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Liberal stupidity.
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Abortions in the U.S. reported by state officials to the federal government jumped 5% in the year before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: A lot of liberal hype over nothing.
Georgia's state Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to approve rules for a new commission to discipline and remove state prosecutors, meaning the commission can't begin operating. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: As usual, liberals want to control.
A who's-who of U.S. conservative organizations has formed a national task force to fight antisemitism at home and abroad, underlining the growing chasm between the staunchly pro-Israel right and rising anti-Israel and pro-Hamas sentiment on the left. Washington Times
Residents of Livingston, Kentucky are being urged to stay out of the area after a train carrying molten sulfur derailed. The chemicals then caught fire. CBS
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A mysterious illness has spread among hundreds of dogs in more than 10 states. Veterinarians are saying that the respiratory illness does not respond to antibiotics, but their search for answers continues. CBS
Authorities say the deadly car crash at a U.S.-Canada bridge border crossing in New York was not terrorism. CBS
In Beverly Hills, police drones are now in the air 14-hours a day, and officers monitor 2,500 security cameras throughout the city. CBS
VOA VIEW: Law and order has been lost under Biden.
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Thanksgiving means millions are traveling for the holiday weekend. AAA predicts more than 55 million Americans will travel this weekend. Kris Van Cleave reports from Reagan National Airport outside Washington, D.C. CBS
Retailers have been cautious headed into the holidays, spelling trouble for the crucial shopping season and raising questions about the health of the economy. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Inflation is still strong.
Nearly 250,000 Honda vehicles were recalled mid-November for possible engine damage. Recall repairs are usually covered; rental cars are not. CNBC
Groups of pro-Palestinian protesters along the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade route in New York City waved flags and chanted during the festivities. FOX News
VOA VIEW: They should be arrested for disturbing the peace.
The National Rifle Association says that a federal court ruling striking down Maryland's handgun qualification requirement is a 'significant victory' for gun rights. FOX News
VOA VIEW: A victory for the US.
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The State Department issued a "Worldwide Caution" travel advisory amid heightened tensions due to foreign conflicts, primarily the Israel-Hamas war. FOX News
A former administration official under Obama was arrested after being caught on video spewing racist remarks to a food cart vendor, according to New York City police. FOX News
VOA VIEW: It shows how Obama did little to prevent and stop hate crimes.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams faced accusations of sexual assault and battery on Thursday after being summoned in connection with a complaint filed under the provisions of New York State's Adult Survivors Act. UPI
VOA VIEW: Adams is a flake.
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North Korea said Thursday that it was completely withdrawing from an inter-Korean military agreement one day after Seoul scrapped part of the deal in response to Pyongyang's satellite launch. UPI
VOA VIEW: NK is looking for confrontation that it will lose.
Israel said its troops continued to battle Hamas in northern Gaza overnight, uncovering and destroying many more tunnels ahead of a four-day truce agreed to on Wednesday coming into effect. UPI
The head of the largest super PAC supporting Florida Gov. Ron Desantis's bid for president has quit. Chris Jankowski, CEO of Never Back Down, said his resignation was effective immediately. UPI
VOA VIEW: Sad news for Desantis.
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