Subject: Oregon passes Measure 114, one of strictest gun control measures in U.S.
Subject: Court Rules That Police Can Inflict Pain On Detained Individuals
Subject: The biggest winners of the midterms: cynics who don't expect better governance
Subject: The digital euro may have spending limits-- “Full anonymity – such as offered by cash – does not appear a viable option in my opinion,” - Christine Lagarde, President of the ECB.
Subject: Trump and the Left Both Fear DeSantis. That's Why He Should Run In 2024.
Subject: Delay Elm Thicket vote and protect Dallas property rights
Subject: Trump voters are 'done' with ex-president: 'He needs to disappear'
Subject: Matt Taibbi: The FBI's Transformation, from National Police to Domestic Spy Agency. Part One: "Disruption" | A Florida FBI agent blows the whistle on a Bureau that's stopped worrying about making cases, shifting resources to a vast new mission: domestic spying without predicate.
Subject: A Father Fights for His Son and What’s Left of Democracy - The film Ithaka, about the quest of Julian Assange’s father to save his son, makes its U.S. premiere on Sunday in New York City. It is reviewed by Joe Lauria.
Subject: Mexico depicts Philadelphia street scenes in anti-drug ads
Subject: County sheriff’s deputy accidentally shoots self in hand
Subject: White House Won't Say How It Spent $1 Billion in Taliban-Controlled Afghanistan
Subject: "You can not solve the housing crisis until you end the Democratic Party. You can not solve the labor crisis until you end the Democratic Party. Because that is the part of Wall Street. That is the party of the 1%"
Subject: Farmers tell why US government will put them out of business
Subject: The silence
Subject: Georgia man rescues child, holds alleged attacker at gunpoint until cops arrive
Subject: This is who was banning your Twitter account for misinformation
Subject: Getting arrested for making jokes on Facebook isn't funny
Subject: DEA’s most corrupt agent: Parties, sex amid ‘unwinnable war’
Subject: Marianne Williamson Calls Out State Department Over Julian Assange