As the Biden Administration deals with several different important issues, a new survey shows that inflation concerns have moved to the top of the list of issues among U.S. likely voters.

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Donald Trump recently disclosed that he is launching a new social media app called "TRUTH Social" in November. He intends that the app be owned by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG).

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As the Biden Administration deals with several different important issues, a new survey shows that inflation concerns have moved to the top of the list of issues among U.S. likely voters.
Donald Trump recently disclosed that he is launching a new social media app called "TRUTH Social" in November. He intends that the app be owned by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG).
According to CIA Director William Burns, the Chinese government is becoming "increasingly adversarial," and is "the most important geopolitical threat" to Americans in this century.
Chief economist at Moody's Analytics, Mark Zandi, says that consumers are spending about $175 more on necessities than at the same time a year ago.

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Findings from the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court indicate that the idea of adding justices would not create a balance in Constitutional interpretation.
The U.S. Navy has officially announced that they're preparing to discharge sailors who go against the Pentagon's Covid-19 vaccination mandate.
When studying Congress facts, we learn the entity was not established immediately after the end of the American Revolution.

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Chief economist at Moody's Analytics, Mark Zandi, says that consumers are spending about $175 more on necessities than at the same time a year ago.
Although gas prices are at least one dollar higher than they were this time last year, a White House deputy press secretary stated that the Biden Administration has no plans to address the issue.
Even as Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen took to Capitol Hill to testify on Facebook's latest scandal, the social media giant continued to rake in a record amount of revenue.

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Findings from the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court indicate that the idea of adding justices would not create a balance in Constitutional interpretation.
On Wednesday, President Bill Clinton shared a video with the public after being released from the hospital, having fought off an infection.
Last week, over twenty federal agencies promised to not only identify how the practices of their organization contributed to climate change, but to make changes to adapt newer methods that would leave a smaller carbon footprint.
Colin Powell, the first black secretary of state, died from COVID-19 complications at 84. While Powell was fully vaccinated, he had underlying health conditions.

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Last week, over twenty federal agencies promised to not only identify how the practices of their organization contributed to climate change, but to make changes to adapt newer methods that would leave a smaller carbon footprint.
Since 1998, scientists have seen a significant slowing in global warming. In fact, in 2013, scientists associated with the United Kingdom’s meteorological service released white papers detailing a marked slowdown of global warming.
In 1999, the IPCC (the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) released a report that claimed increasing global temperatures would cause a major meltdown of Himalayan glaciers.