News Roundup: U.S. withdraws from Afghanistan; Ida damage widespread; DeSantis still a failure

News Roundup: U.S. withdraws from Afghanistan; Ida damage widespread; DeSantis still a failure

In the news today: It’s August 31st in Afghanistan, and the United States military has officially “withdrawn” from the country, ending two decades of war. Mainstream political reports simply refuse to stop fluffing Florida’s pandemic-spreading Ron DeSantis even after the state becomes the epicenter of an outbreak now spreading throughout the South. Hurricane Ida slammed into Louisiana and Mississippi yesterday, causing widespread damage. It’s expected to be a “really long recovery,” says FEMA.

Here’s some of what you may have missed:

In Afghanistan, more violence and uncertainty as U.S. withdraws from a failed war

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‘This is going to be a really long recovery,’ FEMA head says as Hurricane Ida moves out of Louisiana

Greg Abbott order revoking licenses from sites housing migrant kids to go into effect in just hours

Supreme Court conservatives will have blood on their hands with Ida, pandemic evictions

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