Opinion

Hong Kong protests Biden extension of deportation protection

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong has protested President Biden’s two-year extension of a program that protects residents of the semi-autonomous Chinese city living in the U.S. from deportation, accusing Washington of “demonstrating sinister intentions and hegemonic bullying.” An unidentified government spokesperson was quoted Friday […]

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National Archives official to appear before House Oversight Committee on Biden docs

A senior official from the National Archives and Records Administration is set to testify before the House Oversight and Accountability Committee next week in response to the panel’s demands for information regarding President Biden’s mishandling of classified information. The Archives’ general counsel, Gary Stern, has […]

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Third passenger stopped with gun in carry-on bag this week at Reagan Airport in Washington

Transportation Security Administration officials stopped an Alexandria man Wednesday from boarding a plane with a 9mm handgun loaded with 10 bullets at Reagan National Airport. It was the third time TSA officers have prevented passengers at the airport from boarding aircraft with firearms in their […]

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Sometimes the Thread Screams: A Review of Jennifer Markowitz’s Fleshmap

Jennifer Markowitz’s exhibit Fleshmap: My Unraveling Geographies is an embroidered atlas that charts her emotional cartography. The exhibit, recently on display in her Art Space studio in Raleigh, North Carolina, uses various textiles and cloth-based objects (slip dresses, bras, hosiery, pillowcases, bedsheets) to embroider tableaus […]

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U.S. investigating Southwest’s late-December flight cancellations

DALLAS — The U.S. Transportation Department said Wednesday it is investigating whether Southwest Airlines deceived customers by knowingly scheduling more flights in late December than it realistically could handle. The department said that scheduling too many flights would be considered an unfair and deceptive practice […]

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Biden officials block Senate intelligence committee from mishandled classified documents

Republican and Democratic senators emerged from a closed-door meeting Wednesday with Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines fuming that the Biden administration is withholding details about President Biden’s and former President Donald Trump’s mishandled classified documents. Sen. Mark Warner, the Virginia Democrat who chairs the […]

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