Tuesday Executive News Summary
Refugee cap raised, EPA targets hydrofluorocarbons, Iran teases attack, and more.
Government & Politics
President Biden raises refugee cap to 62,500 after earlier criticism (NPR)
EPA moves to cut hydrofluorocarbons over the next 15 years (NPR)
Fifth-graders give the Bidens an earful on virtual schools (Fox News)
Permit for National Day of Prayer service at U.S. Capitol building denied (ChurchLeaders.com)
Iran teases attack on U.S. Capitol building as Biden admin prepares to lift sanctions (Free Beacon)
Armed man shot outside CIA headquarters (UPI)
Around the Nation
Candidates who opposed a racist education plan took about 70% of the vote in Southlake, Texas (NBC News)
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declares COVID “state of emergency” over, overrides local restrictions (Miami Herald)
Most New York and New Jersey capacity restrictions to end starting May 19 (NBC New York)
Ninety-three law enforcement officers died in the line of duty in 2020 (UPI)
BLM releases new list of demands, including permanently banning Trump from “all digital media platforms” (Washington Examiner) | Meanwhile, Facebook’s Oversight Board to issue Trump ruling on Wednesday (USA Today)
“Non Compos Mentis” Award
- Dr. Anthony Fauci says kids must continue wearing masks outside, says they are “more at risk” of infection than vaccinated adults (Disrn)
Policy: The monster is in the classroom (City Journal)
Policy: China’s growing nuclear threat (Heritage Foundation)
Humor: It’s official: New White House cat to be named “Chairman Meow” (Babylon Bee)
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