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HERE ARE THE MOST-REGRETTED COLLEGE MAJORS

Nine in 10 journalism majors wish they’d studied something else in college, making journalism the most regretted bachelor’s degree, according to a ZipRecruiter survey of 1,500 recent graduates.

WHICH PARTY WILL CONTROL THE NEXT CONGRESS?

The Democrats will keep control of the Senate with a zero-to-one-seat advantage, while the Republicans look set to win a few-seat majority in the House, per still-unofficial results from Tuesday’s midterm elections.

(The Washington Post)

UVA STUDENT ARRESTED IN SHOOTING OF 3 OTHER FOOTBALL PLAYERS

A former University of Virginia football player suspected of killing three football players and wounding two other students on campus was arrested Monday after a massive manhunt.

  • Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., 22, listed as a freshman running back on UVA’s 2018 football roster, was charged with three counts of second-degree murder and three counts of using a handgun in the commission of a felony, police said.
  • UVA president Jim Ryan said the shooting took place on a charter bus after students returned to campus from a field trip and called it a “sad, shocking and tragic day for the university community.”
  • The school’s head football coach, Tony Elliott, added of the victims later in the day: “They were all good kids.”

BIDEN HAS ‘VERY BLUNT’ MEETING WITH CHINA’S XI

President Joe Biden and China’s leader Xi Jinping finished their first in-person meeting Monday with both leaders expressing a willingness to turn down the temperature.

  • Biden and Xi began their highly anticipated meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Indonesia.
  • U.S.-China relations have fallen to their lowest point in decades amid tensions over tech competition, cybersecurity, China’s support of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Taiwan and China’s military build-up.

ZELENSKYY DECLARES ‘BEGINNING OF THE END’ OF WAR

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a surprise visit to Kherson on Friday, days after his troops recaptured the strategically important regional capital from Russia.

  • “This is the beginning of the end of the war,” Zelenskyy told reporters. “We are step by step coming to all the temporarily occupied territories.”
  • Just weeks before Russia’s latest embarrassing retreat, President Vladimir Putin had proclaimed the annexation of Kherson and declared it would be part of Russia forever.

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