Liveblog - In case you missed it: Headlines 09/17/21

Normally, News Views does not feature a Live Blog on Fridays but, since we missed posting it on Wednesday, welcome to the Friday Edition. Please feel free to post ‘headlines’ you would like to share that we may have missed.

President Biden/Biden Administration:

Biden accuses Republican governors of risking lives as 24 states threaten legal action

President Biden failed to persuade Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) to agree to spending $3.5 trillion on the Democrats’ budget reconciliation package during their Oval Office meeting on Wednesday, people familiar with the matter tell Axios.


GOP Rep. Gonzalez, who voted to impeach Trump, announces he won’t seek reelection, citing ‘toxic dynamics inside our own party’

Nancy Pelosi Says Republican Party Has Been ‘Hijacked By A Cult’



Thousands of Haitian migrants wait under bridge in South Texas after mass border crossing

U.S. Border Agents Found A Toddler And A Baby Abandoned Along The Rio Grande


California is seeing covid-19 cases drop. Has the state turned the tide on the delta variant?

Should’ve Got the Vaccine:

The American Taliban/White ISIS/Wing Nuts/MAGAts/GUNZ!:

Florida deputy fired after telling inmate he looked like George Floyd, asking him to say ‘I can’t breathe’

‘Unacceptable’: Ohio school district condemns reported Nazi salute responding to mask request at meeting

“There is no compromise on our expectations that as a community, we will be civil, respectful and not hateful,” the Worthington School District said.

Wing Nut meltdown:

The Former Guy:


How to Trigger a ‘Fullish’ MAGAt:

Giants lose stunner to Washington, 30-29

State News:

Michigan father files $1M suit after teacher cuts his biracial daughter’s hair

A teacher at Ganiard Elementary in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, cut 7-year-old Jurnee Hoffmeyer’s hair without her parents’ permission.

Other News:

Do indoor plants really purify the air in your home? Here’s what the science says:

  • Even though some garden centers advertise house plants as a way to “eliminate air pollutants,” some scientists say there isn’t enough evidence that it does that.
  • “While there are several studies that indicate some plants can remove or reduce levels of some chemicals indoors, there is currently no evidence that a reasonable number of plants indoors can effectively control indoor air pollution,” the Environmental Protection Agency told McClatchy News, noting the agency has not done a study on the issue.
  • Every time you buy a plant, it converts the carbon dioxide we exhale and helps eliminate gases from the atmosphere, researchers said.
  • But houseplants make “at best, modest contributions of about 0.9–9% to indoor ozone removal effectiveness,” according to research published in the journal Building and Environment in 2017.
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