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Users also received pop-up notification that seemed to suggest the change would result in more user engagement. CBS
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.
President Biden already said he will not pardon his son, Hunter, which he reiterated during a joint news conference in Italy on Thursday. CBS
VOA VIEW: No he won't - he will pardon Hunter.
The G7 leaders have separately agreed to give Ukraine a $50 billion loan amid the war with Russia. CBS
VOA VIEW: What does Congress have to say?


Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has openly criticized former President Donald Trump for years but has endorsed him for president, called the meeting "really positive." CBS
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Russian authorities say U.S. journalist Evan Gershkovich, held for over a year, will stand trial on espionage charges. CBS
VOA VIEW: Putin is playing games.
A sweeping Justice Department investigation found "pervasive failings" that have "disguised and perpetuated" problems for years. CBS
VOA VIEW: It's hard to believe the DOJ.
The payout would be the biggest compensation package in U.S. corporate history. Is the billionaire and Tesla founder worth the money? CBS
VOA VIEW: Big bucks.
Swimmer Lia Thomas' attempt to overturn World Aquatics' policy for transgender athletes, which she felt were discriminatory, has been dismissed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. CBS
VOA VIEW: Let women alone.
U.S. Department of State is beta-testing online passport renewal system. Here's what you need to know. CBS


President Biden is at the G7 summit in Italy where he is signing a security agreement with Ukraine. It commits the U.S. to support Ukraine for the next 10 years with military training, weapons assistance and intelligence sharing. Biden and other world leaders are also hoping to finalize a plan for a $50 billion loan to Ukraine so it can rebuild infrastructure and produce more of its own weapons. CBS
VOA VIEW: Biden cannot be trusted to make a deal.
Adobe reported results on Thursday that sailed past analysts' estimates. CNBC
Trump also talked about using tariffs to leverage negotiating power over bad actors, a source told CNBC. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A tall promise.
Microsoft's Brad Smith told a U.S. House committee that its board will evaluate top executives' cybersecurity work when deciding on bonuses. CNBC

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The producer price index was expected to show a 0.1% increase in May, according to economists surveyed by Dow Jones. CNBC
VOA VIEW: The truth is questionable.
U.S. Treasury yields fell again on Thursday. CNBC
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Thursday said the swelling national debt is manageable. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Yellen is a lying idiot.


President Joe Biden's top economic advisor unveiled plans to address the battle over trillions in expiring tax breaks enacted by former President Donald Trump. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Biden nor anyone in his administration have a clue.
Americans are tired of tipping culture, but that doesn't mean you should forgo leaving a a customary gratuity, etiquette experts say. CNBC
VOA VIEW: 20% plus expectations have gone too high.
Two teenagers were arrested in Florida after surveillance video captured them kicking in people's doors as part of a TikTok trend, according to the Hernando County Sheriff's Office. FOX News
VOA VIEW: TikTok should be banned ASAP.
A GOP lawmaker grilled the Department of Energy about potential UFO sightings around nuclear sites, including never-before-seen, on-the-record questions obtained by Fox News Digital FOX News
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A speculative new paper from researchers from Harvard and Montana Technological University suggested that advanced aliens could be living secretly on Earth. FOX News
Senate Republicans Thursday blocked a series of Democratic-lead bills to protect in vitro fertilization, or IVF, following the Alabama Supreme Court ruling that says embryos should be considered children. UPI
VOA VIEW: Dems were going too far.
The State Department on Thursday gave 37 grants to U.S. higher leaning institutions to expand opportunities for American students to study abroad. UPI
VOA VIEW: Biden will only support liberal colleges.

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Donald Trump met with Republican lawmakers on Thursday to lay out his second-term agenda as the GOP aims to take back the Senate and the White House. UPI
VOA VIEW: As there is reason to believe.
The Department of Health and Human Services gave $11 million to 15 organizations to create medical residency programs in rural communities across the United States. UPI
VOA VIEW: More money to support liberal programs.
The U.S. Supreme Court Thursday unanimously rejected an effort to make it harder to access the abortion drug mifepristone, ruling the plaintiffs lacked standing to challenge the FDA's approval of the drug. UPI
The European Union's Court of Justice Thursday ordered Hungary to pay a fine of over $215 million dollars plus a penalty payment of $1.07 million a day for violating EU migration and asylum law. UPI
VOA VIEW: Fining and collecting are two different things.
A federal judge in Texas has expanded an injunction against the Biden administration from enforcing a new rule that sought to close the so-called gun show loophole to an additional three states. UPI
 A Greek-owned bulk carrier flooded after being badly damaged in a ramming by an unmanned surface vessel launched by the Houthis rebels in Yemen, British and American authorities said. UPI
VOA VIEW: Houthi's should be harshly punished.
Immigration advocates are suing the Biden administration over actions it recently announced to curb the number of migrants illegally entering the country at the southern border. UPI
VOA VIEW: Illegal immigration should be stopped.

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     House Republicans are eyeing legislation that would stymie the flow of Palestinians getting visas to enter the U.S. while a war between Israel and Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist organization, rages on. It must not be allowed.

     Reps. Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin and Andy Ogles of Tennessee introduced the Guaranteeing Aggressors Zero Admission Act, also known as the GAZA Act. The bill would not allow people with passports issued by the Palestinian Authority to be eligible for visas, parole or admission into the U.S.  “We can’t let President Biden abuse our parole and visa rules to bring unvetted Palestinians into American communities the way he did with thousands of unvetted Afghans,” Mr. Tiffany said on X. “I introduced the GAZA Act to protect America’s national security.”

     Mr. Tiffany was referring to the Biden administration’s decision to allow over 76,000 Afghan refugees who fled the Taliban control two years ago during the administration’s botched and deadly withdrawal from the country to stay in the U.S.  The Biden administration granted those tens of thousands of refugees parole to stay in the country, which means they’re allowed to live and work in the U.S. with protections from deportation. 

     The bill, which was obtained by The Washington Times, would nix the administration’s usage of the Department of Homeland Securities parole mechanism to stop Palestinians from settling in the U.S., similar to Afghans. “At a time when the threat of terrorism is not only grotesquely on display but being encouraged and justified, it is critical that we do our best to ensure the security of our nation,” Mr. Ogles said.