*** REGIONAL NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
+ NVN: Veterinarian Jerry Brown Leaves Behind a ‘Profound Legacy’ [Ed. note: Dr. Brown was such an empathetic and caring vet I trusted when I had animals between 1989-2007.]
+ The Chronicle (Centralia): State Republican Leaders Call the 2022 Legislative Session a ‘Failure’ – Braun, Wilcox Say Lack of Tax Relief, Negotiations on Transportation Package Among Democratic Missteps
+ The Olympian: Congress approves money for Hanford nuclear cleanup
+ CNBC: Starbucks unveils new plans to eliminate single-use cups, encourage reusable mugs
+ McClatchy Newspapers: Seattle ranks as No. 1 spot college students want to move to after school – Students picked from top metro areas in the United States.
*** NATIONAL NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
The Olympian: St. Patrick’s Day may be an Irish holiday, but these traditions originated in America – It may surprise you how many St. Patrick’s Day traditions originated in America.
KING-5 TV: ‘Spring forward’ no more? Senate passes bill to make daylight saving time permanent – Even if the bill becomes law, the U.S. will still “fall back” in November 2022, before “springing forward” again next year.
McClatchy Newspapers: National Sunshine Week highlights media’s important role in protecting open government – Throughout the COVID pandemic, the only unfiltered lens on state government was TVW
CNBC: Airlines raise revenue outlook as travel demand bounces back faster than expected, fuel prices surge. Delta Airlines, Inc. last week had its highest one-day cash sales in its history.
McClatchy Newspapers: Most in US say they’d go back to wearing masks if COVID cases rise again, poll finds – Meanwhile, the majority of the country wants all “federal, state and local government” restrictions to end, according to the poll.
The Defender: Your Smart Devices Are Spying on You. Here’s How to Protect Your Privacy. Your appliances, car and home are designed to make your life easier and automate tasks you perform daily — but they’re also collecting information about you and communicating that information over the internet.
*** UKRAINE NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
USA Today: Zelenskyy’s pivot from Trump impeachment character to heroic figure provides rare lawmaker unity
NBC News: Russia is nearly isolated online. What does that mean for the internet’s future? Concerns about the emergence of a “splinternet,” or a balkanization of the web, have been gaining momentum. The war in Ukraine threatens to make them a reality.
CBS News: Biden to travel to Europe for NATO summit on Russian invasion of Ukraine
Newsweek: Russian Army Days Away From Running Out of Resources, Military Experts Say
Airliner Watch: Russia looking at sourcing aircraft spare parts from Asia – Russia is working on sourcing spare parts for aircraft from China and other Asian countries and has not yet decided whether to buy foreign airplanes leased by Russian airlines.
CNBC: Russia could be about to default on its debt: Here’s what you need to know
*** VACCINE NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
The Defender: Vaccine Researcher Develops Tinnitus 90 Minutes After COVID Shot, Calls for More Research – Dr. Gregory Poland, a vaccinologist at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota who developed tinnitus after his second dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, raises questions about the side effect and suggests more research needed.
The Defender: Pfizer, FDA Documents Contradict Official COVID Vaccine Safety Narrative — Is This Fraud? The evidence laid out in official, legal documents used to issue an Emergency Use Authorization for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, and a license for Pfizer’s Comirnaty vaccine, clearly contradicts safety information provided to the public.
The Mercury News (San Jose): COVID-19 deaths in California among vaccinated rose sharply with omicron
*** TRUMP NEWS FROM TUESDAY ***
Insider via Yahoo News!: A Proud Boys memo reveals plans to seize several US government buildings around US Capitol on Jan 6, report says
The Washington Post: Fearing political violence in 2024, judges sentence Jan. 6 defendants to probation through the next election
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