Capitol Report (May 23): DC Attorney General Suing Zuckerberg; Judge Says Title 42 Remains, for Now

Where’s the U.S. economy headed and is a recession looming? President Joe Biden brushes off the possibility. What do economists have to say about it?

The Biden administration’s decision to end Title 42 has been overruled by a federal judge. Texas Congressman Chip Roy joins us to discuss the implications.

Is the United States sending special forces into Kyiv? The Pentagon responds to such reports and updates the number of troops currently in Europe.

D.C.’s Attorney General Karl Racine is suing Mark Zuckerberg for his involvement in Cambridge Analytica’s access to Facebook user data during the 2016 presidential election.

The culture war in Virginia wages on. A Virginia candidate for Congress joins us to discuss a restraining order he has filed against a local Barnes & Noble bookstore for facilitating sexually explicit content to minors.

During Biden’s visit to Tokyo, he was asked what the United States would do if communist China attacked Taiwan. Biden’s response was clear. But it may have surprised some of his top advisers.

Biden makes an economic alliance in the Indo-Pacific. The 13 nations involved represent 40 percent of the global GDP. However, one big country in the region has been left out.

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