Nasdaq sinks into correction territory in broad decline

Wall Street’s main indexes ended sharply lower on Wednesday, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq confirming it was in a correction, after a diverse set of corporate earnings and as investors continued to worry about higher U.S. Treasury yields and the Federal Reserve tightening monetary policy.

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2022 Midterm Meter Shows ‘Shellacking’ Territory For Democrats

Chuck Todd breaks down our new Midterm Meter as Democrats face political headwinds to hold control of Congress ahead of the 2022 elections.

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Oklahoma QB Battle, Alabama Back in CFP Territory and CFB Weekend Preview | The Kickoff

Oklahoma QB Battle, Alabama Back in CFP Territory and CFB Weekend Preview | The Kickoff

Gary Striewski and Jason Fitz will look ahead to Saturday’s slate of College Football games as Tennessee takes on Alabama and Oklahoma plays Kansas. Our crew will discuss the new Oklahoma offense under QB Caleb Williams and what the future has in store for Spencer Rattler. Sam Acho joins the show to talk about Eli Manning’s Jersey retirement at Ole Miss. As Cinicinnati moves into the top 2, how long will they maintain their top 5 position? In Picante Picks we will rip through the biggest games of the week to offer our bold predictions. Lastly our crew will review some of the craziest defensive turn over celebrations.
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Dangerous territory: Is Taiwan next on China’s list? | To The Point

Tensions between China and Taiwan are being described as the worst in decades. This after Beijing ordered dozens of warplanes to fly repeatedly over Taiwan’s air defense zone, prompting accusations of intimidation. China’s head of state, Xi Jinping, warned ominously that, as he put it: "It has never ended well for those who betray the motherland." The US, meanwhile, has warned China against any further provocation.
So, on TO THE POINT, we ask: Dangerous territory: Is Taiwan next on China’s list?

Deutsche Welle colleague Melissa Chan, who presents DW’s News Asia show. She says: "Xi Jinping has gone after China’s Uyghur minority, then Hong Kong, and even its tech billionaires. So, why wouldn’t he go after Taiwan?"

Gudrun Wacker, an Asia expert from the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, who believes that: "China’s saber-rattling is a message to Taiwan that the balance of power between the two sides makes unification inevitable and resistance pointless."

Felix Lee, from the Berlin-based daily the TAZ, or Tageszeitung, spent many years as a correspondent in Beijing. And Felix asks: "Will China go for the military option? That depends on the US and its allies. Certainly, Xi Jinping will not risk a full-blown conflict with the West."


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Washington DC is ‘occupied territory’: Retired Army colonel

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Afghanistan: Taliban edging closer to capital after capturing more territory

Four more Afghan provincial capitals have fallen into Taliban hands today.

The Taliban’s sweep through the south, on top of gains in the north and west, means that they now control more than two thirds of the country.

Among the latest rebel gains is the city of Lashkar Gah in Helmand, where so many British and American soldiers fought and died.

Now, Taliban forces are marching ever closer to the capital Kabul.

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Taliban seizes more Afghan territory, capturing parts of Kunduz

Taliban fighters have seized key government buildings in the strategic northeastern city of Kunduz. The Taliban offensive has gained momentum in recent days, as U.S. troops continue to withdraw from Afghanistan.

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Norm Ornstein On Biden’s Agenda: ‘We’re Talking About FDR Territory’

Despite Donald Trump’s attempts to sabotage the bipartisan infrastructure bill, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and 16 other Republicans voted to advance the bipartisan infrastructure bill. Congressional Historian Norm Ornstein joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss Mitch McConnell’s ‘yes’ vote and the “far from perfect … but solid” infrastructure bill.
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