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Jonathan Turley / The Hill:
Supreme Court confounding its partisan critics  —  The Supreme Court this week continued to disappoint congressional Democrats and activists with a long line of embarrassingly unanimous, non-ideological rulings.  After all, the court is supposedly (to use President Biden's words) “out of whack” …
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Brie Stimson / Fox News:
Pro-life advocates warn of ‘egregious’ Democratic bill that would guarantee abortion rights throughout US
Discussion: Politico
Patrick Kingsley / New York Times:
A history-making vote, but with a perilously thin margin.  —  The political fate of Israel's longest serving leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, is set to be decided on Sunday afternoon, when Parliament will hold a vote of confidence in a new government that would topple Mr. Netanyahu from power for the first time in 12 years.
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Joseph Krauss / Associated Press:
Israel to swear in government, ending Netanyahu's long rule  —  JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel is set to swear in a new government on Sunday that will send Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu into the opposition after a record 12 years in office and a political crisis that sparked four elections in two years.
Discussion: New York Post
CNN:
Former Deputy AG Rosenstein has said he was not aware of subpoena for lawmakers' data, source says  —  (CNN)Ex-top Trump Justice Department official Rod Rosenstein has told people in recent days he was not aware of a subpoena that targeted the data of Democratic members of Congress …
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Lauren Weber / Wall Street Journal:
Forget Going Back to the Office—People Are Just Quitting Instead  —  As the pandemic clouds lift, the percentage of Americans leaving employers for new opportunities is at its highest level in more than two decades  —  More Americans are quitting their jobs than at any other time in at least two decades …
David Heath / USA Today:
In first federal ruling on vaccine mandates, judge sides with Houston hospital, dismissing claims from staff resisters  —  HOUSTON - In the first federal ruling on vaccine mandates, a Houston judge Saturday dismissed a lawsuit by hospital employees who declined the COVID-19 shot …
Discussion: Joe.My.God.
Sarah Polus / The Hill:
Pompeo: Decline of free speech on college campuses keeps me up at night  —  Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday blasted what he sees as censorship of speech and ideas on college campuses, calling it one of his biggest concerns.  —  Pompeo emphasized the importance of free speech …
Heath Druzin / The Daily Beast:
This Militia-Fighting GOP Sheriff Thinks Jan. 6 Was Just the Start  —  The man who oversees law enforcement in the heart of militia country sees plenty of reason to be worried.  —  SPOKANE, Washington—Ozzie Knezovich seems to revel in pissing people off.  —  “The fact that the extreme left …
Discussion: Raw Story
Tony Plohetski / Austin American-Statesman:
Austin police arrest one of two suspects involved in downtown shooting that left 14 injured  —  Editor's note: Due to the magnitude of this shooting as a matter of public safety, the Statesman is making this story free for everyone to read.  Statesman journalists are working to find …
Bloomberg:
G-7 Commits to 1 Billion Extra Covid Shots in Final Communique  — Leaders cite Hong Kong, Xinjiang in China human rights section  — Russia should stop ‘destabilizing behavior,’ communique says  —  Group of Seven leaders promised to deliver at least 1 billion extra doses of vaccines …
Carol Robinson / al.com:
Christopher Sign, Birmingham TV anchor and former Alabama football player, dead in apparent suicide  —  Veteran TV newsman and former University of Alabama football player Christopher Sign died Saturday morning in an apparent suicide, according to police.  —  At 8:13 a.m. Saturday …
Washington Examiner:
Throw the book at IRS leakers and cancel any IRS budget increases  —  When a private company is reckless with your personal information, you have the option, at least in theory, of refusing to do business with that company.  —  But what about the government?  You must pay taxes, and that leaves you with no choice.
New York Post:
Bidenomics is proving a total disaster that could send America back to stagnant '70s  —  Bidenomics is proving an utter disaster for American workers and consumers, and don't bet on it to end soon.  —  With the pandemic all but over — more than half of American adults are fully vaccinated …
Discussion: Lucianne
Mychael Schnell / The Hill:
Biden reaffirms support for Olympics during meeting with Japan's prime minister  —  President Biden on Saturday reaffirmed his support for the Olympics, set to begin next month in Tokyo, calling for the Games to move forward with necessary public health measures in place as Japan continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
Josh Boak / Associated Press:
Biden to name Pulse Nightclub a national memorial  —  President Joe Biden said on the fifth anniversary of a mass shooting at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that he will sign a bill naming the site as a national memorial.  —  The deadliest attack on the LGBTQ community …
Discussion: RedState and Twitchy
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Washington Post:
Trump's shadow still looms over cloudy skies at G-7 summit  —  CARBIS BAY, England — Addressing U.S. troops shortly after his arrival in England this past week, President Biden took pains to stress the importance of working with allied nations, emphasizing a partnership “grounded on democratic ideals and a shared vision of the future.”
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The White House:
FACT SHEET: President Biden and G7 Leaders Launch Build Back Better World (B3W) Partnership
Discussion: The Guardian, Al Jazeera and Lucianne
Blake Montgomery / The Daily Beast:
YouTube Suspends Sen. Ron Johnson for Spreading Coronavirus Misinformation