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Setting stage for a major ruling on transgender rights, the Supreme Court will decide on red-state laws that forbid gender-affirming care. LA Times
VOA VIEW: States should.
Lawyers for Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, on Monday resubmitted a motion seeking a new trial in his federal gun case, one week after the motion was withdrawn by the defense team without explanation. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: As dumb idea - Hunter is guilty as sin.
The U.S. Postal Service rarely denies requests from police and federal agents looking for information contained on letters and packages - without a court order. It was reported that Postal Service officials have gotten more than 60,000 such requests since 2015. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Who know how else American are being spied on?

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The Social Security Administration is eliminating more than 100 obsolete jobs from its list of occupations it used for years to deny disability benefits to Americans under claims that they could earn money by finding jobs in those fields. Newsmax
Senate Democrats are squashing rumors that President Joe Biden might be replaced as the nominee before the Democratic National Convention in August because of concerns over his age and poll numbers. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Denials that are not real.
The Pentagon is spending $6 billion to revamp its weapons technology with a facility in Texas leading the way in making munitions. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Better!
U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon will rule on whether prosecutors in Donald Trump's classified documents case are allowed to use notes taken by the former president's ex-lawyer Evan Corcoran as evidence. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: Attorney client privilege.
A legal group fired off letters to officials in every state in the country Monday urging them to enforce existing laws that prevent non-US citizens from registering to vote or casting ballots in elections New York Post
VOA VIEW: Or go to jail if they don't.
Dozens swarmed Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s building Monday to rip him for nixing charges against members of the anti-Israel mob that attacked Columbia University — calling the move “a betrayal.” New York Post
VOA VIEW: Bragg is an idiot.

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Israelis sued the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, saying it pays local employees in dollars that buoy the terrorist group. New York Times
VOA VIEW: The UNRWA should be banned from the UN and other members should be eradicated.
Opponents of the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza staged a protest that evolved into brawling and one arrest outside a Los Angeles synagogue over the weekend in violence condemned by President Biden and the city's mayor, who called for more police patrols. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: Both are lying idiots.
Columbia University said it has placed three administrators on leave while it investigates allegations that they exchanged unprofessional text messages while attending a panel discussion about antisemitism on campus. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The and others should be fired.
Lawyers for Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, on Monday resubmitted a motion seeking a new trial in his federal gun case, one week after the motion was withdrawn by the defense team without explanation. Newsmax

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The U.S. Postal Service rarely denies requests from police and federal agents looking for information contained on letters and packages - without a court order. It was reported that Postal Service officials have gotten more than 60,000 such requests since 2015. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: The left is going power mad.

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Senate Democrats are squashing rumors that President Joe Biden might be replaced as the nominee before the Democratic National Convention in August because of concerns over his age and poll numbers. Newsmax
VOA VIEW: They lie.
Israelis sued the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, saying it pays local employees in dollars that buoy the terrorist group. New York Times
The Supreme Court on Monday said it will consider whether a Tennessee law that ban gender-affirming health care for transgender minors violates the Constitution. CBS
VOA VIEW: It is not in the constitution.
28-year-old John Nicholas was able to watch in real time as surgeons at Northwestern Medicine replaced his old kidney for his new one, using a single-spinal anesthesia shot as opposed to the typical general anesthesia. CBS
In 2023, 105 individuals were killed during active shootings, the highest level in years, the FBI said. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden lawlessness.

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Prosecutors have recommended the Justice Department should criminally prosecute Boeing for allegedly violating a deferred prosecution agreement from 2021. CBS
Several fast food chains are introducing new, cheaper meals following complaints from customers about rising prices. The price of a fast food meal has outpaced inflation, rising about 5% in the last year. CBS
VOA VIEW: It could get worse.
President Joe Biden and Donald Trump will meet Thursday at their first presidential debate of the 2024 election, where inflation could be a major focus. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Inflation is a major Biden problem.

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Rising tensions between Washington and Beijing have led firms to diversify supply chains away from China even as they maintain a presence in the country. CNBC
Los Angeles mayor Karen Bass said violence that broke out during a clash on Sunday between anti-Israel agitators and Israel supporters was "abhorrent." FOX News
VOA VIEW: Agitators should be punished for hate crimes.
A 49-year-old Hawaiian lifeguard was killed in a shark attack Sunday afternoon while he was surfing off the island of Oahu. FOX News
At least 15 police officers, a priest and an unknown number of civilians died in an attack on two Orthodox churches and a synagogue in Russia's majority Muslim Republic of Dagestan. UPI
VOA VIEW: Sad!
As a new disturbance continues to roll across the southwestern Gulf of Mexico into Sunday night, conditions will be favorable to spawn a tropical depression or storm just days after Alberto formed in the same region. UPI
VOA VIEW: Be careful.
Gov. Kim Reynolds on Sunday asked President Joe Biden to expedite a disaster declaration for nearly two dozen counties in Iowa as the state has suffered significant damage from severe storms and widespread flooding. UPI
The latest battle in the war between Israel and Hamas is about to wind down, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Hopefully Hamas is no more.

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     President Joe Biden sent or received about 82,000 pages worth of emails through pseudonymous email accounts while serving as vice president, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) disclosed.  Biden and his pals were up to something.

     The disclosure came as a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit brought by the conservative Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) against NARA.  The National Archives' filing revealed that the emails spanned all eight years of Biden's vice presidency under then President Barack Obama, and included messages to or from three shadow email addresses:  "robinware456@gmail.com," "JRBWare@gmail.com" and "Robert.L.Peters@pci.gov," the New York Post reported.  

     
"The fact that as vice president, Joe Biden sent 82,000 pages of emails from alias email addresses, is shocking," SLF General Counsel Kimberly Hermann told the Post.  "The American public has a right to know what is in those emails. SLF remains hopeful that now that we have confirmed that the emails exist, NARA will fulfill its legal obligation and produce them in a timely and transparent manner."  Emails found on Hunter Biden's now-infamous laptop showed that the current president used a series of pseudonyms on emails that were about official and family business.  The disclosure is the first time the sheer volume of the correspondence has been revealed, DailyMail.com reported.

     The roughly 82,000 emails well surpass the 33,000 emails former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deleted off of her personal server.  "NARA has completed a search for potentially responsive documents and is currently processing those documents for the purpose of producing non-exempt portions of any responsive records on a monthly rolling basis," said the filing states, which also said that due to the "scope" of FOIA request, "the volume of potentially responsive records is necessarily large."

     "NARA has identified approximately 82,000 pages of potentially responsive documents, and it is currently processing those documents and preparing any non-exempt responsive documents for production on a rolling basis," the filing stated.