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by Lowell

Here are a few international, national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Tuesday, November 14.

  • In fight to curb climate change, a grim report shows world is struggling to get on track
  • The past years were the hottest on record. Yet we’re on track to burn more fossil fuels (Insanity.)
  • Hamas has command node under Al-Shifa hospital, US official says
  • Meet Israeli hostage families. It’ll change how you view Hamas apologists.
  • As fighting empties north Gaza, humanitarian crisis worsens in south
  • Biden says Al-Shifa hospital must be protected as fighting rages on in Gaza
  • ‘Nakba 2023’: Israel right-wing ministers’ comments add fuel to Palestinian fears
  • Israeli forces outside main Gaza hospital, offer to send in incubators
  • Israel and Hamas close in on a deal to free dozens of hostages (“The Qatari-mediated agreement could include a humanitarian pause in fighting and the release of some Palestinian women and young people from Israeli prisons.”)
  • We can’t ignore the truth that Hamas uses human shields
  • Assad’s drug empire is funding Iranian-backed militias and fueling Hamas
  • Israeli military says it found signs hostages were held in Gaza hospital
  • Biden, China’s Xi will discuss communication, competition at APEC summit
  • Biden, Xi to Announce China’s Crackdown on Fentanyl Trade
  • What Comes After Panda Diplomacy? (“Biden meets with President Xi as U.S.-China relations get less warm and fuzzy.”)
  • Why Xi Can No Longer Brag About the Chinese Economy (“Two years ago, Beijing was ascendant. Now, as Biden and Xi prepare to meet, U.S. growth is humming while China struggles with a property slump and local government debts.”)
  • U.S. Manages Expectations of a Breakthrough Before Biden and Xi Meet (“President Biden and President Xi Jinping of China will try to defuse bubbling tensions on Wednesday at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.”)
  • Biden Is About to Have One of the Most Consequential Diplomatic Meetings in Years
  • Endangered sperm whales now have their first protected area in the Caribbean island of Dominica (“The tiny Caribbean island of Dominica is creating the world’s first marine protected area for one of earth’s largest animals: the endangered sperm whale.”)
  • Australia must slash emissions by 68 pct by 2030, quit coal five years later to meet 1.5°C target
  • Climate Change’s $150 Billion Hit to the U.S. Economy
  • Climate Change’s Effects Are Worsening Across the U.S., but Solutions Are in Reach
  • Climate change affects your life in 3 big ways, a new report warns (“Climate change costs tens of billions of dollars each year, hurts Americans’ health and disrupts everyday life, including how we work, eat, play and mourn, according to a major new assessment.”)
  • Report Charts Climate Change’s Growing Impact in the US, While Stressing Benefits of Action
  • Environmental Justice a Key Theme Throughout Biden’s National Climate Assessment
  • ‘The science is irrefutable’: US warming faster than global average, says report
  • Yellen Says She Disagrees With Moody’s Negative Outlook on US
  • Moody’s warning on the massive U.S. debt burden has turned into a nonevent
  • Price Rises Are Expected to Cool in Inflation Report
  • Biden administration bolsters effort to battle antisemitism and Islamophobia in schools
  • No, Immigrants Aren’t ‘Poisoning the Blood of Our Country’ (Quite the contrary, they are a huge net POSITIVE.)
  • America Is Getting Lonelier and More Indoorsy. That’s Not a Coincidence. (“Our relationship to nature and our relationships with one another are deeply intertwined.”)
  • The Supreme Court’s New Code of Ethics Is a Bowl of Elegantly Phrased Mush
  • Why the Supreme Court says ethics controversies are just a ‘misunderstanding’ (Laughable.)
  • The Supreme Court says it is adopting a code of ethics, but it has no means of enforcement (Total joke.)
  • Democrats get surprisingly good news from America’s Trumpiest court (“The Fifth Circuit decided to obey the law, for a change. — Last Friday, a federal appeals court nudged Louisiana toward redrawing its congressional maps to include a second Black-majority district.”)
  • Take Trump at his word when he threatens to punish his enemies
  • Checks and Balances Are for Losers
  • The right’s vision for a second Trump administration would empower Fox’s authoritarian extremism
  • Trump calls his political enemies “vermin,” to muted national news coverage (“Major broadcast TV and print outlets largely ignored his use of Nazi-like rhetoric”)
  • Believe Trump’s Threats to Use the Presidency as His Personal Vengeance Machine (“A second Trump administration won’t have the guardrails of the first, and the ex-president has repeatedly shown he’ll shamelessly abuse power whenever he feels like it.”)
  • Trump’s public plan for revenge hands Democrats “the greatest opportunity for a positive outcome” (“They are proud of their extremist agenda — and they have made it crystal clear to anyone paying attention”)
  • Nazi-Curious Madman Currently Under Indictment For 91 Felonies Gives Speech (“Trump’s rhetoric, coupled with his stated plans for his next presidency, should clarify for any thinking human being the fact that he must not be elected next year.”)
  • Trump’s extreme rhetoric conjures the prospect of a presidency like no other (“The former and possibly future commander in chief aspires to strongman power if he wins back the White House next year”)
  • ‘The boss is not going to leave’: Proffer videos show ex-Trump lawyers telling Georgia prosecutors about efforts to overturn 2020 election
  • Ex-Trump allies detail efforts to overturn election in Georgia plea videos
  • Trump’s “vermin” speech again draws scrutiny to extreme rhetoric
  • Trump Isn’t Merely Unhinged (“Many of his recent statements illustrate a profoundly un-American set of ideas.”)
  • Trump calling opponents ‘vermin’ draws rebukes from White House, some in GOP
  • How Trump’s rhetoric compares to Hitler’s
  • Did ‘vermin’ mark a turning point in Trump coverage?
  • It’s Not the Gaffes. It’s the Plans
  • Historian Meacham links Trump ‘vermin’ comments to ‘most ghastly kinds of crimes’
  • ‘I’m more worried today than I was on January 6’: top conservative’s warning to America
  • Mike Johnson’s Shady Finances Are Already Coming Back to Bite Him
  • House speaker moves past hard-right concerns in effort to avoid government shutdown (“Without a stopgap funding plan, the government will shut down at the end of the week.”)
  • The right is already rebelling against Mike Johnson’s spending plan
  • Democrats Signal Openness to Plan to Avert Shutdown as Republicans Balk (“The House could take up the proposal as early as Tuesday. With growing opposition from House Republicans, it will need Democrats’ backing.”)
  • McConnell backs Speaker’s spending proposal despite lack of Ukraine money
  • House Republicans are jumping off the sinking ship
  • RNC Chair Says Republicans Should Be More Vocal About Wanting to Restrict Abortion, Despite Massive Losses for Trying to Restrict Abortion
  • Donald Trump Jr praises ‘genius’ father in New York fraud trial (Trump Jr. is profoundly f’ed up and evil.)
  • Opinion: Trump’s ridiculous terrorism claim
  • Trump’s Truth Social has lost $73 million in less than 2 years, new filing says
  • ‘I’ve seen better run city council campaigns’: Tim Scott’s allies fume after exit
  • ‘Traumatic’: Paul Pelosi testifies on being attacked by man with hammer
  • Pro-Hitler and Holocaust denier account: X has paid me $3,000 in ad revenue sharing (“Musk and Yaccarino’s X has been placing ads for BetMGM, DraftKings, and FanDuel on the pro-Hitler account”)
  • Editorial: Virginia officials justifiably raise concerned about FBI headquarters choice
  • Video: Abigail Spanberger Formally Announces Run for Governor of Virginia; Will Not Seek Reelection to U.S. House in 2024 (“Our country and our Commonwealth are facing fundamental threats to our rights, our freedoms, and to our democracy.”)
  • Virginia Rep. Abigail Spanberger to run for governor in 2025
  • With shutdown looming, Good turns against new Speaker’s funding proposal
  • State marketplace ‘in good shape’ a week after launch
  • Parties shuffle leadership roles amid partisan flip of Virginia House chamber
  • As Electoral Boards Prepare to Certify Election Results, Virginia Election Protection Coalition Cautions Against Partisan Denialism (“Our democracy thrives on adherence to law and the respect of each vote”)
  • VPAP: “Nearly one third of Virginia voters cast their ballots before Election Day, a similar share compared to last years Congressional elections”
  • Virginia needs more prosecutors, state watchdog says
  • How Virginia universities view legacy admissions
  • Obenshain defeats Franklin by 183 votes (“His winning margin in the House of Delegates race shrank from 943 votes to 183 votes when provisional ballots and late-arriving mail ballots were counted.” Gotta beat this right wingnut in 2025!)
  • Race still undecided for Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney
  • Video shows a former Virginia Beach officer punching a patient. A judge dismissed the assault charge.
  • Farm animal vets improve food supply and safety. A new grant aims to address their shortage in Southwest Virginia.
  • UVA community gathers for panel on healing to mark one year after shooting
  • After 15-year gap and political pressure, Hampton Roads Ventures pledges Norfolk investment
  • D.C.-area forecast: Cool and breezy today, then milder by Thursday and Friday
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