National Public Radio (NPR) announced it’s quitting Twitter after the social media platform labeled NPR’s main account as “state-affiliated media.” Twitter changed the label to “government-funded media,” but NPR says it’s still misleading.
A federal judge has ruled on the Biden administration’s “Waters of the United States” rule. Critics call the rule government overreach.
The fire at an Indiana industrial plant blazes on. Smoke from burning plastic is in the air. What are officials doing about it?
Topics in this episode include:
1. EPA Monitoring Indiana Fire Closely
2. Tennessee Lawmaker Pearson Reinstated
3. Calls for Sen. Dianne Feinstein to Resign
4. Report Shows Inflation Continues to Cool
5. What CPI Numbers Mean for Americans
6. Judge Blocks Biden’s Water Rule in 24 States
7. NPR Quits Twitter Over ‘Gov’t-Funded’ Label
8. Truss Criticizes Macron for Stance on Taiwan
9. Mother of Shen Yun Dancer Imprisoned for Her Faith
10. Juul Reaches Settlement With Six States
11. Severe Flooding in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
12. New York City Hires First ‘Rat Czar’
13. 100-Year-Old Letters Provide Window Into the Past
14. Australian Shepherd Reunites With Family