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The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO P, President Biden is sounding an alarm about what he views as extremist threats to the nation's democracy from what he sees as the evil force of trumpism. In a speech last night he framed the November elections as part of an ongoing battle for the soul of the nation. The house January 6th committee once information from former house speaker Newt Gingrich about his communications with senior advisers to then president Trump in the days before the attack on the capitol. It also wants information on gingrich's involvement in the scheme to appoint fake electors. D.C. residents can get their annual flu shot and the newby valent COVID booster at the same time starting next week. Hours after the CDC approved the new boosters, the district said starting next Wednesday, both coronavirus and flu vaccines would be available in pharmacies and clinics in all 8 of the city's wards. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Soldiers and their families are not happy with military housing according to a new army survey. Federal news network, Scott moss oni has more. The army saw a drop in satisfaction with residents of its government owned and government leased housing this year, privatized military housing satisfaction scores dropped nearly two points compared to last year with an overall rating of 74 out of 100. Army owned housing dropped about half a satisfaction point with an overall score of 72. The army is currently investing billions of dollars to improve its barracks and on base housing, the military is a whole still reckoning with privatized housing scandals that left service members in substandard living conditions. Scott marioni, federal news network, 5 48. Back to Jack and the traffic

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