These are the good news items I found buried among all the more negative and sensational news the media prefers to cover:
The House and the Senate unanimously passed legislation to temporarily suspend U.S. tariffs on baby formula base powder. It’s headed to Biden’s desk.
A federal court blocked key sections of Arizona’s new voter suppression law.
The GOP pulled all their funding from the Ohio 9th district race (which is a Toss-Up) after we all learned that the GOP candidate lied about his military service.
Democrat Mary Peltola has the lead over Sarah Palin in the midterms rematch.
The U.S. charged Russian Oligrarch Oleg Deripaska — a longtime ally and colleague of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort — with sanctions violations and obstruction of justice.
American Freedom Tour, the company that organizes paid speeches for Trump, is now struggling to pay vendors, investors and employees.
The January 6th rioter who dressed up as Hitler was sentenced to 4 years in prison.
The Trump fan who brought his teenage son along as he assaulted then-D.C. police officer Mike Fanone and another officer at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was sentenced to more than seven years in prison.
The Senate passed legislation to avert a government shutdown. The legislation also approved new resources for Ukraine’s defense against Russia’s invasion.
Applications for US unemployment insurance dropped unexpectedly to a five-month low, led by a sizable decline in Michigan, suggesting robust demand for workers.
PA gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano is struggling to raise money and turn out supporters, and according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, he is fasting and praying for 40 days hoping for divine intervention.
Have a good weekend!