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1,064 views • February 2, 2023

NTD Evening News (Feb. 1): College Board Revises AP Course After DeSantis Criticism; Biden and McCarthy Discuss Debt Limit

The College Board on Feb. 1 released an official curriculum for its new Advanced Placement course in African American Studies. After strong criticism from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis last month, there appear to be some downgrades in the curriculum. At least six people are dead and over a quarter million are without power as an icy winter storm moves across several Southern states. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy sounded hopeful after his first meeting with President Joe Biden about the debt limit, saying "at the end of the day, we can find common ground." Meanwhile, Biden's lawyers said no classified documents were found at his vacation home in Rehoboth, Delaware, after the Justice Department conducted a search.
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