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US & Canada · Houston

At Houston NRA event, Trump decries Uvalde massacre, blasts calls for gun control as ‘repulsive’

40% Right coverage: 58 sources
Trump spoke Friday at a National Rifle Association convention in Houston. He opened the speech with a moment of silence and recognition of the tragedy. The NRA has spent more than $2 million on lobbying politicians in the Texas Legislature. Texas Republicans have already shown significant resistance to such legislation.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Biden rebukes Putin in Naval Academy commencement address

47% Center coverage: 32 sources
Biden's remarks to the more than 1,000 newly commissioned ensigns and second lieutenants. He is also set to deliver remarks at Saturday's graduation ceremony at the University of Delaware. On Sunday, the president will visit Uvalde, Texas to console grieving families after Tuesday's shooting.See the Story
Business · Sacramento

Interior Department announces first offshore California wind lease sale

55% Center coverage: 18 sources
Two projects envisioned to generate up to 4.5 gigawatts of wind energy. Wind turbines could eventually cover up to 583 square miles (1,150 square kilometers) of land. President Joe Biden has set a goal of generating 30 gigawatts from offshore wind by 2030. Three lease areas have been proposed near Morro Bay, California.See the Story
Electric Vehicles · Washington

AOC wants to dump her Tesla following Twitter spat with Elon Musk

67% Right coverage: 12 sources
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she is considering getting rid of her Tesla. The remark came after a frosty Twitter exchange with Tesla CEO Elon Musk. The New York Democrat said she wanted an electric vehicle made by a company that allowed employees to unionize.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Ukraine needs to face reality and talk to Putin, Zelenskiy says

50% Right coverage: 8 sources
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Ukraine was not eager to talk to Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelenskyy said that it has to face the reality that this will likely be necessary to end the war. Russia did not appear to be ready yet for serious peace talks, he said.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Rick Scott introduces bill to limit powers of the World Health Organization: 'Dangerous globalist overreach'

100% Right coverage: 6 sources
New legislation introduced by Sen. Rick Scott would ensure that the public health matters are handled by the U.S., not “puppets” for Communist China and the World Health Organization.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Manchin Engages in Talks with Schumer

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) told Axios on Thursday he's earnestly engaged in talks with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer over a climate, energy and deficit reduction package. Manchin called those preliminary talks "respectful" and "encouraging, to a certain extent" Manchin said he's prepared to back tax increases in a Democrat-only bill if the bipartisan group can't agree to any additional revenue.See the Story
Marco Rubio · Miami

Marco Rubio Blasts NBA For Politicizing Texas School Tragedy While Perpetually Silent on China Atrocities

67% Right coverage: 6 sources
United States Senator Marco Rubio has an issue with the NBA. Rubio pointed out that the league ignores the blood on their own hands while politicizingSee the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Administration to streamline processing of asylum applications

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
U.S. immigration authorities next week will begin to interview certain asylum-seekers at two Texas detention facilities under a new Biden administration policy. The program aims to expedite the processing of migrants who ask for humanitarian protection along the southern border. The rule will allow Department of Homeland Security officers to fully adjudicate asylum cases of migrants recently crossed the U.S.-Mexico border.See the Story

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