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  1. HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra on the administration's response to the Omicron variant
    NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra on the Biden administration's ongoing response to the Omicron variant.

  2. Congress avoids a government shutdown ? but a long to-do list looms
    Lawmakers are juggling must-pass items, like addressing the nation's borrowing authority and an annual defense authorization package, along with major political priorities for Democrats.

  3. Bob Inglis: How I changed my mind about climate change
    Former GOP congressman Bob Inglis used to believe climate change wasn't real. But after a candid conversation with his children and a hard look at the evidence, he began to change his mind.

  4. Harris and Buttigieg go to North Carolina to promote Biden's infrastructure plan
    The one-time presidential rivals went to Charlotte to promote the infrastructure act. They also fended off increased chatter about how the president's low approval ratings could affect their futures.

  5. The U.S. government's port envoy says container backlog is being cleared
    NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to John Porcari, port envoy of the White House's Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force, to see how he's facilitating the supply of goods in the holiday season.

  6. Potential 2024 rivals Harris and Buttigieg ally to sell Biden agenda
    With President Biden approaching 80 years old, the political spotlight has been trained more brightly than usual on the pair. Here's a look at their political prospects.

  7. 21 states poised to ban or severely restrict abortion if 'Roe v. Wade' is overturned
    So-called "trigger laws" in 12 states would automatically enact an abortion ban if Roe is overturned. In nine others, bans that were blocked by courts or have long been unenforced could take effect.

  8. Congress approves a short-term funding bill to avoid a government shutdown
    A day before the Friday deadline, lawmakers approved a spending bill that will keep federal agencies running through Feb. 18, 2022.

  9. Here's what President Biden's winter COVID plan involves
    President Biden announced his strategy to deal with COVID-19 throughout the winter months, including getting more people vaccinated and stepping up testing for the virus.

  10. Ireland's Sinn Féin leader on Brexit, cross-border relations and party goals
    NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Mary Lou McDonald, Sinn Féin president and leader of the opposition in the Republic of Ireland, about Brexit and how cross-border relations are working.

Scientific Consensus - Politically Correct Words for Bullying

Commentary after commentary tries to browbeat opponents with the ‘scientific consensus’ of some point. As if the collective opinions of some group convey not just a stamp of approval on an issue but anoint their position with the ...

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