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Friday morning news: September 9, 2022

Friday morning news: September 9, 2022

Tributes continue to pour in to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, Ukraine’s military has recaptured multiple towns from Russian forces, the Biden administration says it's committed to ensuring Ukraine has the weapons it needs to continue the fight, two Christian small business owners are once again at the Supreme Court, pemphis police have arrested a suspect in a shooting spree Wednesday, Former White House strategist Steve Bannon surrendered Thursday

Queen Elizabeth II leaves behind a legacy after 70 years on the throne

How Ronald Reagan’s spiritual diplomacy helped bring down the Soviet Union


The state’s legislative initiative on privacy puts pressure on Congress

Congress reconvenes with a small but mighty to-do list for September

Canadian police arrested the second suspect in the stabbing deaths of 10 people, shelling resumed near Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Former Attorney General Bill Barr is criticizing a federal judge’s decision to grant Donald Trump’s request for a special master, new COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to fall worldwide, a Michigan judge struck down 1931 pro-life law, survivors of the Sandy Hook Elementary mass shooting are sharing messages of hope

The UN released a long-awaited report on human rights transgressions in China

Lt. Governor of Virginia Winsome Sears is tough on issues she thinks should matter to the nation