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Sunday News: “Five-Alarm Fire” for Trump Campaign in South Carolina Numbers?; “Nazis mingle openly at CPAC”; “10 ways a second Trump term could be more extreme than the first”; “Clarence Thomas Hires Clerk Accused of Writing “I HATE BLACK PEOPLE””






by Lowell

Here are a few international, national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, February 25.

  • Weary but Determined, Ukrainians Vow Never to Bow to Russia
  • Zelensky insists Ukraine will win on war anniversary
  • Dissent is dangerous in Putin’s Russia, but activists refuse to give up (“Jailed opposition activist Vladimir Kara-Murza refuses to be cowed following the death of Alexei Navalny.”)
  • The West tried to crush Russia’s economy. Why hasn’t it worked?
  • Russia After Alexei Navalny (“Speculative history can be hollow, and a country in need of martyrs and saints is not to be envied, and yet it is hard to overstate the loss of Navalny.”)
  • A Re-established West Bank Settlement Symbolizes Hardened Israeli Views
  • Israel, Hamas skirmish in Gaza as truce efforts pick up pace
  • Israeli Police Clash With Protesters Calling for Early Elections
  • UN’s Palestinian aid agency ‘at breaking point’ after $450m budget shortfall
  • Progress made in hostage talks after U.S. presents new proposal, sources say
  • As Lebanon teeters on the edge, a war with Israel would be catastrophic
  • U.S. and U.K. launch fourth round of airstrikes against Houthis in Yemen
  • One of the world’s biggest cities may be just months away from running out of water (“Mexico City, a sprawling metropolis of nearly 22 million people and one of the world’s biggest cities, is facing a severe water crisis as a tangle of problems — including geography, chaotic urban development and leaky infrastructure — are compounded by the impacts of climate change. Years of abnormally low rainfall, longer dry periods and high temperatures have added stress to a water system already straining to cope with increased demand.”)
  • Mexico’s ‘Hugs, Not Bullets’ Crime Policy Spreads Grief, Murder and Extortion
  • Abandoned pipelines could release poisons into North Sea, scientists warn
  • How US conservatives fell for two of Latin America’s most controversial leaders (“Javier Milei, Nayib Bukele, and Donald Trump are all working out of the same populist playbook.”)
  • The case of Clarence Thomas’s new clerk taints the entire judiciary
  • Clarence Thomas Hires Clerk Accused of Writing “I HATE BLACK PEOPLE” (“Crystal Clanton, who claimed she had no recollection of racist messages reported by The New Yorker in 2017, has long been associated with the Thomas family.”)
  • Supreme Court to decide if states can control fate of social media
  • GOP elder statesmen’s message to House Speaker Johnson: Stop dithering
  • 10 ways a second Trump term could be more extreme than the first (“From nationwide abortion bans to classroom culture wars, assaults on climate science and political weaponization of the military, his return to the White House could make Trump 1.0 seem tame.”)
  • How Justice Engoron’s numbers add up for Trump’s penalty in the N.Y. fraud trial
  • Black leaders, DNC blast Trump for ‘racist’ comments
  • ‘Trump appears to be showing gross signs of dementia’: Expert points to new evidence
  • Joe Biden gives the media a desperately needed lesson about Donald Trump (“The president has to break the news to journalists that Trump plans to jail us”)
  • Biden’s frustration with the media boils over (And for VERY good reason – the media is wildly biased, shallow, stupid, you name it.)
  • Prominent Republican Seeks to Shield the Party From Paying Trump’s Legal Bills
  • ‘SNL’ Shames Terrified Republicans for Surrendering to Trump
  • Ex-Trump aide: Haley’s South Carolina numbers are a ‘five alarm fire’ for Trump campaign
  • Hidden in Trump’s big South Carolina win: A not-so-small problem for him in November
  • Nikki Haley says ‘I have a duty’ to stay in race despite latest loss to Trump
  • The South Carolina primary was a joke. It tells us something deadly serious. (“Trump’s inevitable romp to victory in Nikki Haley’s home state reveals how strong his hold on the GOP is — and how dangerous he remains to democracy.”)
  • Now Nikki Haley is running a protest campaign, and that’s just fine
  • Nikki Haley: Trump Can’t Win Because He ‘Drives People Away’
  • In South Carolina, Nikki Haley’s Bill Comes Due (“The state’s GOP primary showed that Donald Trump is dominant yet still vulnerable.”)
  • Another loss, but Haley presses on for Republicans not ready to crown Trump
  • South Carolina voter exit polls show how Trump won state’s 2024 Republican primary
  • Immigration, Ukraine distrust and January 6 games: Republican agenda on display at CPAC
  • Nazis mingle openly at CPAC, spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories and finding allies
  • Oklahoma senator calls LGBTQ+ people “filth” while commenting on death of Nex Benedict (Horrible.)
  • Video Shows Nonbinary Teen Nex Benedict Reflecting on Fight Before Their Death
  • Sen. Mark Warner on Two-Year Anniversary of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: “We now face a pivotal moment…Walking away now would be a mistake of historic proportions.”
  • Majority Leader Scott Surovell’s Virginia Budget Update: “Right now, there are three different budgets floating around Capitol Square” (Key priorities include Metro funding, public education, increasing the minimum wage, mental health, etc.)
  • Letter: Say no to small nuclear reactors (“No SMR has ever successfully been completed in the U.S. The flagship SMR project, NuScale was canceled in November, because of escalating costs, despite over $2 billion in paid and promised federal subsidies.”)
  • Commentary: Across-the-board teacher pay raises won’t help. Here’s what will
  • Gun safety rally gathered at Capitol to urge Youngkin to sign gun violence prevention bills
  • Bill to ease some regulations for Virginia’s industrial hemp farmers killed
  • Editorial: Firing the superintendent would only worsen the crisis at RPS
  • Arlington County budget proposal calls for 1.5-cent tax hike (“Even with the tax hike, the county manager proposed cuts to balance out sagging commercial real estate assessments and the drying-up of pandemic-era federal aid.”)
  • Arlington Co. approves plan to maintain critical sewer infrastructure
  • D.C.-area forecast: Seasonable and bright today, then much warmer through midweek
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