Today's top headlines include a man being detained after pointing a gun at the Argentine vice president, therequest for $47 billion in aid by the White House, and FBI agents finding Trump Mar-a-Lago records mixed with books and clothing.
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- A man was detained after pointing a gun at the Argentine vice president.
- Sarah Palin's loss is a warning for the GOP.
- The White House has requested $47 billion in aid for Ukraine, virus fights, and natural disasters.
- FBI agents found Trump Mar-a-Lago records mixed with books and clothing.
- The IRS mistakenly disclosed private taxpayer information.
- Republicans are attacking the administration agenda in response to Biden's 'soul of the nation' address.
- The nation's cartoonists are weighing in on the week in politics.
- Bill Barr says the facts show the Feds were being 'jerked around' by Trump.
- Nuclear talks are in peril as the U.S. calls the latest Iran missive a move 'backwards.'
- Trump and Biden are both heading to Pennsylvania to make their case.
- A Dem super PAC is going after a moderate Republican ahead of the N.H. Senate primary.
- Biden's U.S.-Pacific island summit is targeting China's growing influence.
- U.S. hiring slowed in August as employers added 315,000 jobs.
- Biden's Iran envoy will give a classified briefing on nuclear talks.
- Biden pulls an eager Trump onto center stage for 2022.
- The Very Agenda-Driven Caterpillar.
- One More Trump Legacy: The Casual Savagery of American Politics.
- A Right-Wing Answer to Vogue Offers Advice on Owning the Libs — and Owning the Season's Best Fashions. (Consider a Striped Dress.)
- Scrubbed launch ratchets up pressure on NASA's moon mission.
- Biden climate chief Gina McCarthy is leaving the White House.
- The VA plans to offer abortion services to certain veterans and beneficiaries.
- Powell's warning of 'pain' could bring pain on the Fed itself.
- The G-7 announces a price cap deal on Russian oil in win for Yellen.
- Our Newsom desk watch.
- September surprise shakes GOP primary.
The nation’s cartoonists on the week in politics
Every week political cartoonists throughout the country and across the political spectrum apply their ink-stained skills to capture the foibles, memes, hypocrisies and other head-slapping events in the world of politics. The fruits of these labors are hundred…
A Right-Wing Answer to Vogue Offers Advice on Owning the Libs — and Owning the Season’s Best Fashions. (Consider a Striped Dress.)
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