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Washington Wednesday: Biden’s own document blunder

Washington Wednesday: Biden’s own document blunder

What will be the political fallout over the classified documents found in Biden’s garage and old Washington office?

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is calling on the federal government to fix the border crisis, dozens of people are still missing after a Russian missile strike decimated an apartment building in Dnipro, the search and rescue team looking for survivors from a downed flight in Nepal has retrieved the flight data and the cockpit voice recorder for the crashed plane, rain and snow are still pounding northern and central California, six people are dead and police are looking for suspects after a shooting yesterday morning at a central California home, a University of Georgia football player and a team staff member died in a car crash Sunday morning, Italian police walked a notorious Mafia boss out of a clinic in handcuffs


A series of explosions cracked the skies over Ukraine’s capital, at least 68 people are dead after a plane crashed in Nepal, 10 people are dead and dozens more wounded in eastern Congo after a bomb went off during a church service, President Biden marked Martin Luther King Day by delivering a Sunday morning address at the Atlanta church that King once pastored, fallout continues from the discovery of documents marked classified at President Biden’s old office and in his personal home, California is bracing for more severe weather this week

The dispute is over a gerrymandered congressional map in North Carolina

Attorney General Merrick Garland insists President Biden will not receive special treatment, inflation is down 11% from the first three months of last year, former Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts will be the nation’s next U.S. senator, Russia said its forces are close to capturing a mining town in eastern Ukraine, thousands of New York nurses are back on the job today

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