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There is only enough parking for one out of every 11 trucks on the nation's roads, according to the trucking industry, leading drivers to park in unsafe areas. CBS
House Republicans' efforts to pass four spending bills would not avert a government shutdown. CBS
VOA VIEW: It may not be a bad thing to have a shut down.
"I firmly believe that when all the facts are presented, not only will I be exonerated, but I still will be New Jersey's senior senator," Sen. Bob Menendez said. CBS
VOA VIEW: That what they say at first.


President Biden warned of widespread impacts from a government shutdown that is looking more likely with each passing day. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy continues to face stiff opposition from within his own party. CBS
VOA VIEW: A scare tactic on his watch.
The Writers Guild of America has reached a tentative agreement with the major Hollywood studios on a new contract. If the contract is ratified, it would end a four-and-a-half month long strike. CBS
VOA VIEW: Time will tell who won or lost.
A man allegedly threw two Molotov cocktails at Cuba's mission in the U.S. on Sunday night. No one was injured. CBS
VOA VIEW: So it is.
A U.S. government shutdown would underscore the impact of "intensifying political polarization," the credit agency said in a new report. CBS
VOA VIEW: Either Republicans or Dems will have to blink.
With just days until the deadline to keep the government open, here's a look at the 14 shutdowns that have occurred since 1980. CBS
The new CDC campaign to back the shots is called "Wild to Mild." CBS
VOA VIEW: The CDC is not trusted.


Nearly 6,000 people convicted of drug trafficking in the 2021 budget year alone are in the pool of those who might be eligible for reduced sentences, according to data. CBS
A Chicago elected official wants voters to decide whether the city should be a sanctuary city as more migrants continue to arrive, draining resources and millions in funds. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Makes sense.
Columbus Division of Police announced that they made 188 traffic stops, made 25 felony arrests and seized over 100 grams of illegal drugs in a one-day operation last week. FOX News
Migrants illegally in Texas trying to claim an island on the U.S. side of the southern border by planting a foreign flag, which was taken down by Texas authorities. FOX News
VOA VIEW: It's Biden's doing.

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Mexico, the Biden Administration and the United Nations car considering a partnership to implement a program to pre-screen migrants from certain countries looking to enter the U.S. FOX News
VOA VIEW: No other country should vet US migrants.
A migrant processing center in Eagle Pass, Texas was overwhelmed over the weekend as over 4,000 migrants were waiting to be processed in a tent made for 1,000. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Biden is at fault.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack warned Monday that an "extreme Republican" government shutdown next week could cost nearly 7 million low-income women and children their food benefits. UPI


U.S. military officials on Monday announced the capture of a man believed to be an official involved in the operations of the Islamic State terrorist group in Syria. UPI
Republican presidential candidate Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom of California have agreed to a televised debate in November, Fox News announced Monday. UPI
VOA VIEW: Two losers looking for exposure.
Free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests became available online Monday as the United States moved into the fall respiratory illness season, the Department of Health and Human Services announced. UPI
Judge Aileen Cannon ordered new hearings Monday to look into possible conflicts of interest for two attorneys representing former President Donald Trump's co-defendants in the Mar-a-Lago documents case. UPI
The Biden administration announced Monday $1.4 billion for a range of projects to improve railway safety and repair the industry's tattered infrastructure across the country. UPI
VOA VIEW: Very little for the whole country.

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The United States and South Korea kicked off a joint naval exercise on Monday in response to growing threats from North Korea that include a new nuclear-armed submarine, Seoul's navy said. UPI
VOA VIEW: As they should.
The Philippines said Monday it would take "all appropriate actions" to remove a floating barrier it accuses China of having erected in a disputed area of the South China Sea. UPI

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September 26, 2023

     Fighting Americans are booted for migrants is un-American.  A well-known veterans’ advocate made up a story about two dozen ex-military members getting ousted from hotels to make way for migrants in upstate New York, according to a state assemblyman. 

     Nearly two dozen homeless veterans living in New York hotels had their stays cut short in order to make room for migrants arriving from the U.S. southern border, according to a nonprofit.  An executive with the Yerik Israel Toney Foundation said the upstate hotels informed the veterans last week that their bookings were being ended and they would have to find new lodging, the New York Post reported.  “Our veterans have been placed in another hotel due to what’s going on with the immigrants,” nonprofit CEO Sharon Toney-Finch told the newspaper.  The Yerik Israel Toney Foundation helps homeless and low-income veterans in need of living assistance.

     Ms. Toney-Finch said the hotels didn’t explicitly say the veterans were being told to leave so they could accommodate migrant arrivals, but she said the timing of the decision made it clear.  She said she suspects the government’s willingness to pay above-market prices to house the migrants is why hotels cooperate. A January court ruling allowed a Holiday Inn in Manhattan to charge up to $190 per night while it served as a shelter for migrants. The hotel’s average daily room rate at the time was $102.  “Whether you agree with asylum-seekers being here or not, we can’t just ignore these veterans that are in our charge that we are supposed to protect: the New Yorkers and Americans,” state Assemblyman Brian Maher, a Republican who represents part of the Orange County area, told the Post.