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Meet the Press

by five points in january. when third-party candidates are included, biden leads by two points, 39% to 37%. the president's job approval has ticked up to 42%, up five points from january. the last time we have seen a five-point increase for an incumbent president in their re-election year was bill clinton in 1996. there are still troubling numbers in the poll for biden. he trails trump by 22 points on dealing with inflation and the cost of living. all of it comes amid a major foreign policy development. six months after the president delivered an oval office speech pledging aid for ukraine, $61 billion in new funding finally passed on saturday, 311-112. >> the bill is passed. >> a moment of bipartisanship. in a congress primarily defined by its dysfunction. 101 republicans and 210

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Morning Joe

of republican infighting house lawmakers have passed foreign aid funding for ukraine, israel and taiwan. capitol hill correspondent ryan nobles has the very latest. >> reporter: what once seemed improbable -- >> on this vote the yays are 311 and the nays are 112. the bill has passed. >> reporter: senators are poised to approve a $95 billion national security package that provides funding for key allies. 8.1 billion for taiwan. it authorized the seizing of $5 billion in russian assets, tougher sanctions on the country and the ban of the popular app tiktok if the chinese-based company that owns it does not sell it within a year. but the biggest part of the package, more than $60 billion in funding for ukraine was the

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The Context

improvement.— there is always room for improvement. there is always room for imrovement. ., ,, ., , improvement. thank you for being with us. improvement. thank you for being with us- can _ improvement. thank you for being with us. can you _ improvement. thank you for being with us. can you help— improvement. thank you for being with us. can you help us— improvement. thank you for being i with us. can you help us understand why israel would make an allegation in the not provide any evidence to support it? in the not provide any evidence to sopport it?— in the not provide any evidence to suort it? , , ., ., support it? yes, they do that quite rerularl . support it? yes, they do that quite regularly- make — support it? yes, they do that quite regularly. make allegations. - support it? yes, they do that quite regularly. make allegations. theyi regularly. make allegations. they made _ regularly. make allegations. they made allegations. and to their shame — made allegations. and to their shame a _ made allegations. and to their shame, a number of western governments run down the rabbit hole after these _ governments run down the rabbit hole after these allegations and cut off funding _ after these allegations and cut off funding to an organisation that was providing _ funding to an organisation that was providing humanitarian assistance to a people _ providing humanitarian assistance to a people, 112 straight days of environment at that time. and desperate starvation as well and famine _ desperate starvation as well and famine and a complete destruction of the health— famine and a complete destruction of the health infrastructure. that was the health infrastructure. that was the time _ the health infrastructure. that was the time western governments decided that the _ the time western governments decided that the allegation that 0.1% of the unrwa _ that the allegation that 0.1% of the unrwa staff working in gas that were connected to the hamas attack. 0.1%, the western—

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The Context

regions. disaggregate these different retions. ., ., ., regions. that intervention, i have never heard _ regions. that intervention, i have never heard a _ regions. that intervention, i have never heard a republican - regions. that intervention, i have never heard a republican speak. regions. that intervention, i have - never heard a republican speak about that about the hard right in his party before. do you think in terms of broaderforeign party before. do you think in terms of broader foreign policy this party before. do you think in terms of broaderforeign policy this is party before. do you think in terms of broader foreign policy this is a turning point for the party? it is ve hard turning point for the party? it is very hard to _ turning point for the party? it is very hard to say _ turning point for the party? it is very hard to say that. as you pointed _ very hard to say that. as you pointed out, leave out that we saw on the _ pointed out, leave out that we saw on the ukraine bill in the house of representatives on saturday was a vote of— representatives on saturday was a vote of 311 — representatives on saturday was a vote of 311 members in favour, 112 opposed — vote of 311 members in favour, 112 opposed. the 112 for all republicans and that— opposed. the 112 for all republicans and that represented a slight majority of the 214 republicans in the house. so we see an extremely divided _ the house. so we see an extremely divided republican party. and we did see overwhelmingly bipartisan support— see overwhelmingly bipartisan support for ukraine, for israel or taiwan. — support for ukraine, for israel or taiwan. but— support for ukraine, for israel or taiwan, but i think it is anyone's about— taiwan, but i think it is anyone's about how— taiwan, but i think it is anyone's about how this plays out in an election— about how this plays out in an election year where politics are likely— election year where politics are likely to — election year where politics are likely to intrude ever more on

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Space Shuttle Columbia The Final Flight

Space Shuttle Columbia The Final Flight
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Space Shuttle Columbia The Final Flight

-people were saying they were willing to accept the risk. what they didn't understand is how much risk they were accepting. after the 112 loss, people were starting to say, "maybe we're accepting too much risk." -we should have never launched columbia until we fixed that problem. -yeah, i was concerned, you know? we were moving in the right direction, we just didn't get there in time.

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BBC News

ammunition and air defences for kyiv. mr zelensky said thousands of lives would be saved and both ukraine and the united states would emerge stronger. the kremlin said the bill would cost more lives. nomia iqbal is in washington for us. over to you. after months of olitical over to you. after months of political divisions, _ over to you. after months of political divisions, of - over to you. after months of political divisions, of delaysl political divisions, of delays and dire warnings from president biden, from members of the democratic party as well as ukrainian officials, bill actually passed pretty comfortably through the house of representatives. the next step is, of course, the senate. it will be some internal fallout perhaps for the republican party but for ukraine, this is seen as a lifeline. ukraine, this is seen as a lifeline-— ukraine, this is seen as a lifeline. , ., lifeline. on this road, the age of 311 and _ lifeline. on this road, the age of 311 and the _ lifeline. on this road, the age of 311 and the needs - lifeline. on this road, the age of 311 and the needs of - lifeline. on this road, the age of 311 and the needs of 112 - lifeline. on this road, the age of 311 and the needs of 112 the bill is — of 311 and the needs of 112 the bill is passed.— of 311 and the needs of 112 the bill is passed. been a long time coming. after more than six months, bill further military aid for

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The Big Weekend Show

chance donald trump will win the presidency in a decent chance those two things will then republicans will be in a deficit in the house. what got us here when you look about kevin mccarthy, the last straw and matt gaetz make say because of the spending bill and not a chance to go through and develop spending bills for each section. the truth is, they asked if kevin mccarthy with the help of steve scalise and his team knowing mike johnson would be a lame-duck because everything with a one-vote majority, everything republicans have to handle like will be on johnson's neck. i think he's embraced it, just going on with it and plans the term that don't involve being in congress much longer and what it's going to do is put steve police the seek to be minority leader it's easier to raise money and be minority leader because you don't need to be held accountable. the reason why 112 republicans voted against it for the reason why they voted for it, when you

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Space Shuttle Columbia The Final Flight

before we schedule the next launch." -in other words, again, they were thinking it was more of a turnaround issue. and so, it wasn't preventing shuttle flights from going forward. -the pressure on the management team to stay on schedule and the concept of, "it's just foam" is leading the charge through all of this. -so, it wasn't like they weren't talking about issues at all, but there certainly was a big focus on the -- on the schedule. -here's an e-mail, it's tuesday january 21st, this was sent six days into the columbia mission. this is a private exchange between linda ham and ron dittemore, two of the top managers in the program. "the rationale for flight for the sts-112 loss of foam

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Space Shuttle Columbia The Final Flight

hey, we see foam loss all the time. and it never did any damage to the vehicle. we don't have to worry about it, it's only foam." two missions before columbia it happened on sts-112 atlantis. a significant strike hit the skirt of the solid rocket booster and actually put a dent in it. -prior till the launch of columbia, and a couple of the meetings, the topic of foam coming off 112 came up. there's probably, erm... 15 to 20 people around the table and then there's a lot of other people at nasa in the room. we talked about starting to look into this a little bit more because we've seen it come off on, you know, more than one flight now. we should understand if there's a way to prevent it.

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