President Biden talking infrastructure in Pittsburgh after a bridge collapse. Disputes over how a call went between Ukraine and the U.S. Dems putting pressure on the President to quickly choose a new Supreme Court Justice. A solid increase for U.S. labor costs, while the northeast braces for a bomb cyclone. A big cat zookeeper getting a new sentence, while a small cat gets a new home.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer retiring. Will the President honor his promise to appoint a Black woman to the high court? Russian leaders not optimistic after letters from the U.S. and NATO. Another omicron-specific vaccine in the works. Higher interest rates probably coming soon. Spotify removing Neil Young’s music, and a Jeopardy favorite exiting the game show.
President Biden saying a Russian invasion of Ukraine would change the world. A Justice Department probe into fake electoral certificates. San Jose may be the first U.S. city to require gun liability insurance. Military sexual harassment to become a crime. Calls increasing for Britain’s Prime Minister to resign, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame adding Big Papi to its ranks.
A heightened alert for U.S. troops. Pfizer studying an omicron-specific vaccine. U.K. police investigating alleged government events that breached covid lockdown policy. On Monday, stocks plunging than recovering. Neil Young won’t share Spotify with Joe Rogan, the president caught cursing, and Jeopardy excitement.
Tensions increasing at the Russia-Ukraine border, as allies send more help and some embassy families begin evacuating. Covid cases falling in the U.S. following China’s lockdown anniversary. Ex-attorney general Bill Barr talking with the January 6th House select committee, as Newt Gingrich predicts jail time for committee members. Another trial over the killing of George Floyd, and an exciting weekend of football.
The U.S. imposing sanctions on four Ukraine actors for allegedly helping Russia. New details on election meddling from Trump allies. The Supreme Court allowing Texas’ abortion law to stay in place, for now. More winter storms, delays to Adele’s opening night, and iconic singer Meat Loaf passes away.
Former President Trump taking a blow from the Supreme Court over his White House records. Senate’s year-long voting rights battle coming to an end… for now. Will Russia invade Ukraine? President Biden thinks so. A recap of a rare press conference from the president. Declassified footage from a botched drone strike in Afghanistan, plus new rules for transgender college athletes.
Warnings of a Russian invasion into Ukraine. The White House’s free covid tests finally here. The President heading into what’s expected to be a rough news conference this afternoon. Sports figures asking Senator Joe Manchin to protect voting rights. New York’s attorney general accusing the Trump Organization of potential fraud, while the January 6th committee subpoenas some of the Trumps and their allies.
The push for voting rights continues even though it's likely going nowhere. The omicron variant filling up ICUs in Oklahoma City. Blanketing the country with 5G service not taking off as planned.. Could the U.K. prime minister be out for breaking covid rules, and just how close will an asteroid flying past earth get to all of us?
The Supreme Court ruling on two major vaccine decisions. The DOJ charging the Oath Keepers leader and ten others with seditious conspiracy charges related to the insurrection. The RNC trying to boycott presidential debates. Prince Andrew losing his military and royal titles, while Novak Djokovic loses his Australian visa again.