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At least three people are dead and 14 shot following a shooting outside a nightclub in Chattanooga, Tennessee overnight, which is the second mass shooting in the city in the last week.
As California's big cities fail to rein in their water use, rural communities are already tapped out | CNN
Rural Californians live with the daily worry that they won't have enough water to bathe with or drink.
Trump's Ukraine impeachment shadows war, risks GOP response
WASHINGTON (AP) — When President Donald Trump was impeached in late 2019 after pressuring Ukraine's leader for “a favor,” all while withholding $400 million in military aid to help confront Russian-backed separatists, even the staunchest defense hawks in the Republican Party stood virtually...
Trump mobilizing his MAGA allies to defend him ahead of January 6 hearings | CNN Politics
Former President Donald Trump has made it clear he is looking for cover from his closest allies around the upcoming public hearings by the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection -- and some prominent names in Congress and the Republican Party are answering the call.
Schiff calls DOJ decision not to charge 2 Trump aides "deeply troubling"
"These witnesses have very relevant testimony to offer in terms of what went into the violence of January 6, the propagation of the big lie," Schiff said.
2022 midterms: What to watch in primaries in 7 states
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Primary elections in seven states Tuesday will set the stage for U.S. House and Senate races this fall, with many contests shaped by political fissures in both major parties and the lingering shadow of former President Donald Trump.
Murphy rules out assault weapons ban, new background checks in Senate plan
Among the proposals on the table are investments in mental health care and school safety and “modest but impactful” changes in gun laws, said Sen. Chris Murphy.
Russia continues to bombard eastern Ukraine; France's Macron says world must not 'humiliate' Russia, draws criticism: June 4 recap
As Russia continued its deadly assault in Ukraine's east on Saturday, the war's impact on global food security moved center stage. June 4 recap
US and South Korea launch eight ballistic missiles a day after North Korea does same
The United States and South Korea fired eight ballistic missiles into the sea in a show of force a day after North Korea launched the same number of short-range missiles, North Korea's 18th launch test of the year.
Abortion rights advocates say they need more men's voices
NEW YORK (AP) — If Donovan Atterberry thought about abortion at all as a young man, it was perhaps with some vague discomfort, or a memory of the anti-abortion protesters outside the clinic that he would pass on his way to the park as a child.
UK to supply Ukraine with rocket systems; Kyiv airstrikes hit train-repair facility
Explosions were reported in Kyiv after missiles hit key sites, the mayor of the Ukrainian capital city said.
Biden to appear on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' during Western trip
WASHINGTON (AP) — Another sign America's entertainment landscape is returning to normal: President Joe Biden will make his first in-person appearance on a late-night talk show since taking office. Biden will be a guest Wednesday night on ABC's “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” the White House said.
Election 2022: Primaries shift focus to control of US House
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A midterm primary season that opened with elections testing former President Donald Trump's sway among Republicans enters a new phase this week with U.S.
Dem Sen. Chris Murphy insists Biden not get involved with bipartisan gun negotiations
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy insisted that Democrats and Republicans negotiate without President Biden to find how Congress can reach a compromise on gun reform legislation.
Biden scrambles to avoid Americas Summit flop in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (AP) — When leaders gather this week in Los Angeles at the Summit of the Americas, the focus is likely to veer from common policy changes — migration, climate change and galloping inflation — and instead shift to something Hollywood thrives on: the drama of the red carpet.
Cheney says January 6 attack was part of a 'well-organized' conspiracy ahead of prime-time hearing | CNN Politics
Rep. Liz Cheney, one of just two Republicans on the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, has asserted that the attack was part of an "extremely well-organized" conspiracy. The Wyoming lawmaker's comments to CBS "Sunday Morning" come before the panel is set to hold its...
'Winning the war': Ratcliffe says Durham can 'expand' indictments after Sussmann trial
Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe voiced confidence in special counsel John Durham after the prosecutor lost the high-profile case against Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann.
Kyiv pounded by Russian missiles; Ukraine blunts Russia's momentum in Donbas: Live updates
Russian military hits infrastructure in Ukraine's capital city. Kremlin claims it has destroyed Western-provided tanks outside Kyiv. Latest updates.
Battle for Ukraine's Sievierodonetsk rages through city's streets
Ukrainian and Russian troops fought street by street for control of the industrial city of Sievierodonetsk on Monday in a pivotal battle of the Kremlin offensive in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region.
Toomey says expanding gun background checks "on the table" as Senate talks continue
Toomey, along with Sen. Joe Manchin, put forth legislation nearly a decade ago that would expand background checks.
Rep. Liz Cheney calls Jan. 6 Capitol attack a 'conspiracy' and says threat is 'ongoing'
Cheney suggested that some Republicans' willingness to turn a blind eye to stay in Trump's favor has created a 'personality cult' around him.
Ukraine latest updates: Moscow has ‘advantage’ in Severodonetsk
Ukraine news from June 6: ‘They are more powerful, but we have a chance to hold the advance,’ says Ukraine’s president.
Philadelphia police say at least five guns used in deadly Saturday shooting
Philadelphia police said they think they know how many guns were used in a deadly Saturday night shooting that left three dead and 11 injured.
Here’s who qualifies for the $25B in student loan forgiveness already approved
While widespread student loan forgiveness hasn’t yet become a reality, some U.S. borrowers have already received some debt relief.
Commerce secretary acknowledges pain of inflation
Gina Raimondo said the Biden administration is looking to lift some tariffs to help the situation.
Congress fails to extend free lunch waivers, putting meals for 10 million students at risk
A free school lunch program passed in March 2020 has not been renewed by Congress and will expire June 30, straining families already facing inflation concerns.
January 6 hearings: Can our Union survive?
The Select Committee hearings into the violent attack on Congress by Trump supporters, and about the ongoing struggle between the will of the voters and election deniers, may determine whether forces of democracy or of chaos prevail.
Five biggest issues to watch at Supreme Court as high-profile term ends
As the most controversial Supreme Court term in recent memory winds down, the justices have yet to decide a whopping 33 cases, including blockbuster disputes over abortion, religion and guns. The j…
Economic issues top the public's agenda: POLL
Biden's approval ratings for his handling of these key issues are all well underwater, suggesting trouble for Biden and Democratic candidates ahead of the midterm.
Buttigieg: Blaming gun violence on school doorways is ‘definition of insanity’
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said on Sunday that blaming the design of school doorways for gun violence in the U.S. is the “definition of insanity.” During an appearance on ABC’s “This …
Mass shootings across the U.S. leave dozens killed or wounded this weekend
Shootings in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Arizona were among the incidents across eight states over the weekend.
Australia PM offers climate assistance, stronger ties in Indonesia visit
The leaders of Australia and Indonesia discussed stronger Indo-Pacific cooperation, security and climate change during a meeting on Monday, which included the offer by Canberra of a $200 million climate partnership.
Another Russian general killed as forces resume Kyiv attacks
Russian generals continue to fall as forces refocus their efforts on Ukraine’s capital.
Russian ministry website appears hacked; RIA reports users data protected
The website of Russia's Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities appeared to have been hacked, with an internet search for the site leading to a "Glory to Ukraine" sign in Ukrainian.
Biden wants to get out more, seething that his standing is now worse than Trump’s
Frustrations are mounting and the window for a political revival is closing.
Donald Trump endorses Kevin McCarthy for another term in Congress | CNN Politics
Former President Donald Trump endorsed House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy for another term in Congress on Saturday, calling him "an outstanding Representative for the people of California, and a strong and fearless Leader of the House Republican Conference."
Op-ed: We must stop Putin in Ukraine before the rule-of-law is replaced by the rule-of-the-jungle
Ukraine must win. Russia must lose. It's really that simple.
70 percent of American prioritize laws reducing gun violence over gun rights: poll
Seven out of ten Americans said that new legislation reducing gun violence should be prioritized over protecting gun rights amid a particularly deadly string of mass shootings in the country, accor…
U.S. skeptical U.N.-Russia talks will free trapped Ukrainian grain
Russian officials are offering to allow Ukrainian grain safe passage through a Russian blockade in exchange for sanctions relief.
UK says Russia struck rail infrastructure in Kyiv
Britain's defence ministry said that early on Sunday Russian air-launched cruise missiles struck rail infrastructure in Ukraine capital Kyiv.
NRA contributions underscore grip in GOP
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has funneled millions of dollars to Republican senators over the past decade and beyond, contributions that shadow the debate over new gun restrictions followin…
GOP representative would support Trump again if he apologizes for Jan. 6
Rep. Tom Rice (R-SC) is willing to renew his support for former President Donald Trump, but only if he apologizes for the events of Jan. 6.
Texas power use to hit record as temperatures soar
Power demand in Texas is set to break its all-time record this week, testing the resilience of the grid after generation issues this year and a days-long blackout during a deep freeze in 2021.
Russia hits Kyiv with missiles; Putin warns West on arms
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia took aim Sunday at Western military supplies for Ukraine, launching airstrikes on Kyiv that it claimed destroyed tanks donated from abroad, as Vladimir Putin warned that any Western deliveries of longer-range rocket systems would prompt Moscow to hit “objects that we...
Parents are scared about gun violence in schools, and so are their school-aged children — CBS News poll
Most parents want teachers and school officials to be allowed to carry guns.
DC confirms first case of monkeypox
Washington, D.C., has reported its first case of what could be monkeypox, health officials confirmed over the weekend.
Exclusive: Biden to waive tariffs for 24 months on solar panels hit by probe
President Joe Biden will declare a 24-month tariff exemption on Monday for solar panels from four Southeast Asian nations after an investigation froze imports and stalled projects in the United States, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Biden targets Latin America reset at summit marred by invite tension
When the United States said last year it would host the 2022 Summit of the Americas, officials had high hopes the event would help repair Trump-era damage to relations and reassert U.S. primacy over China's growing clout in Latin America. But on the cusp of the coming week's gathering in Los...
Scalise says red flag laws are ‘unconstitutional’
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) on Sunday said he does not support legislation on red flag laws, calling them “unconstitutional” and a non-solution to a broader debate on how …
S Korea, US fire eight missiles in response to N Korea tests
S Korean military says the action is a demonstration of the allies readiness to respond to N Korean ‘provocations’.
Pastor shot at by Uvalde gunman recounts terror in sermon
UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Gilbert Limones and a coworker at a funeral home were among the first people shot at by the gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school.
Tampa Bay Rays players decline to wear LGBT logos on uniform for pride event
At least five Tampa Bay Rays players declined to wear rainbow-colored logos on their uniforms over the weekend as part of the team's annual effort to celebrate LGBT Pride Month.
Kemp allies and other Georgia Republicans look to keep Trump from interfering in governor's race | CNN Politics
Allies of Gov. Brian Kemp and top Republicans in Georgia have recently approached Donald Trump advisers to see if the former President can be persuaded to go easy on the incumbent GOP governor as he fights for reelection, sources told CNN.
Kazakh leader pledges reform after referendum win
Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev pledged on Monday to make good on plans to push through democratic reforms in Kazakhstan, after a clear majority of voters approved constitutional amendments he had laid out in a referendum.
Buttigieg says Democrats should recognize economic challenges families are facing
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said on Sunday that his own party needs to start recognizing the economic challenges families are currently facing ahead of the November’s midterm elections.…
Russia-Ukraine war: What happened this weekend (June 4-5)
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Doctor named in abortion case has nothing to do with lawsuit
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Dr. Thomas Dobbs has never gotten involved in political fights over reproductive health, but his name has become shorthand for a legal case that could end abortion rights in the United States.
GOP Rep. Tom Rice says impeaching Trump was 'the conservative vote'
GOP Rep. Tom Rice sat down in an exclusive interview with Jonathan Karl where he called impeaching Donald Trump after Jan. 6 "the conservative vote"
Taser maker halts drone project; most of its ethics panel resigns
Taser-maker Axon Enterprise Inc said it was halting a project to equip drones with stun guns to combat mass shootings, a reversal that did not stop most of its ethics advisory board members from announcing their resignation on Monday in protest over the original plans.
Students of color push back on calls for police in schools
After the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school, schools around the country pledged to boost security measures and increased the presence of law enforcement on campus — partly to reassure parents and students.
Russia ‘suffering huge casualties’ as troops retreat: Ukraine
Ukraine says it has recaptured a chunk of the factory city of Severodonetsk, the focus of Russia’s offensive in Donbas.
Scalise blasts Dems for rushing to call for gun control after shootings, blames liberal DAs for rising crime
Polling indicates the majority of Americans support some increased gun control measures, but Rep. Steve Scalise argued some Americans don't understand the proposed measures.
Murphy calls Florida gun law 'the right one’ as senators negotiate federal legislation
“We have to make the case for Republicans that right now this is good politics,” the Connecticut senator said.
Jan. 6 committee adviser on public hearings: People will be ‘absolutely surprised’
Former GOP Rep. Denver Riggleman (Va.), a former adviser to the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, said the panel’s upcoming public hearings wi…
Trump endorses McCarthy for another term in Congress
Former President Donald Trump has put his seal of approval on House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy for another term in Congress.
Digital currencies flow to campaigns, but state rules vary
For congressional candidate Shrina Kurani, cryptocurrency is not only the future of money, it’s a transformative technology that could revolutionize campaign funding and attract a new generation of voters.
Is Trump on the brink of another run for president?
The former president hasn't made a final decision about running in 2024. Some advisers say he could set a bid in motion as early as this summer.
Biden should not visit Saudi, meet crown prince, Democratic Rep. Schiff says
U.S. President Joe Biden should not visit Saudi Arabia or meet its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who approved an operation to capture or kill murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to U.S. intelligence, a leading Democratic lawmaker said on Sunday.
Fox Anchor Asks Steve Scalise If GOP Is 'Out Of Step' With Voters On Gun Control
The Louisiana Republican called red flag laws unconstitutional, even after he was told they could have prevented recent deaths in Buffalo.
Warriors, Celtics add voices to calls for stricter gun laws
Players and coaches for the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics as well as the U.S. men's soccer team on Sunday urged Congress to support stricter gun laws amid a surge in mass shootings in the United States.
CBS News poll: Can mass shootings be prevented, and if so, how?
Americans say the gun debate is more about partisanship than public safety.
Lavrov’s Serbia visit ‘cancelled after countries close airspace’
Several European countries prevent Lavrov’s plane from passing through their airspace, forcing him to cancel visit.
Murphy signals ‘concepts’ of gun bills could come this week
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), a leading gun control advocate in the Senate involved in recent bipartisan talks on the issue, said on Sunday that he is “more confident than ever” that a gun deal coul…
And she waved: Festive pageant caps queen's Platinum Jubilee
LONDON (AP) — In a crowning moment for her Platinum Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II waved at tens of thousands of adoring crowds from the balcony of Buckingham Palace on Sunday, delighting fans who had hoped to catch a glimpse of her during the final day of festivities marking the monarch’s 70 years...
Rapper Trouble killed in home invasion at residence of 'female friend'
Atlanta-area sheriff's officials said the hip-hop star was visiting a woman when a man in a "domestic situation" with her broke in and opened fire.
Jason Kander has a message for those with PTSD -- whether combat veterans or mass shooting survivors | CNN Politics
Jason Kander became a political star with a blindfold on. In a breakthrough campaign ad, the young war veteran assembled an assault rifle without looking.
Canadian singer Jacob Hoggard convicted of sexual assault
The frontman for the Canadian band Hedley has been convicted of sexual assault causing bodily harm to an Ottawa woman but acquitted of the same charge involving a teenage fan
Trump’s endorsement stumper: Family friends or fierce ally
He hasn't picked sides as Republicans Andrew Giuliani, Lee Zeldin and others compete for the Republican nomination for governor of New York.
Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance on balcony to close out jubilee celebrations
Queen Elizabeth appeared on the balcony with Prince Charles and Camilla, William and Catherine and their children.
Ukraine latest updates: Kyiv ‘controls half of Severodontesk’
Kyiv says it has retaken 50 percent of the eastern city as Ukraine’s military pushes Russian forces back.
U.S. bars Cuba, Venezuela from Americas summit; Mexican leader sits out
The White House excluded Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua from the U.S.-hosted Summit of the Americas this week, prompting Mexico's president to make good on a threat to skip the event.
Former DC officer on Jan. 6 hearings: ‘I don’t believe that it’s gonna move the needle’
Former D.C. Metropolitan police officer Michael Fanone, who suffered a heart attack during the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol, said that he doesn’t believe upcoming congressional hearings …
Former President Trump endorses Ohio's JR Majewski for Congress
Former President Trump has endorsed JR Majewski for Ohio's 9th Congressional district in a statement on Sunday, stating that he will be a “fantastic Congressman."
‘Significant’ consequences if lawmakers fail to act on gun control, Democrat warns
Senator Chris Murphy says measures passed in Florida after Parkland shooting could attract Republican support
Sen. Chris Murphy 'more confident than ever' Congress can reach deal on gun laws but anxious about failure | CNN Politics
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy, the lead Democratic negotiator in bipartisan talks on gun control legislation, said Sunday he's "more confident than ever" lawmakers will be able to get something done to address gun violence across the US, while acknowledging he's also concerned their efforts...
World War II veterans honored a day before D-Day anniversary
RANVILLE, France (AP) — More than 20 British World War II veterans gathered Sunday near Pegasus Bridge in northwestern France, one of the first sites liberated by Allied forces from Nazi Germany, for commemorations honoring the nearly 160,000 troops from Britain, the U.S., Canada and other...
Man who fatally shot retired judge had been sentenced to prison by him
Douglas K. Uhde, who authorities say fatally shot Wisconsin Judge John Roemer, was sentenced to prison in 2005 in an armed burglary case.
Biden admin may relax China tariffs in bid to ease inflation, commerce secretary says
President Joe Biden's administration may cut back on Trump-era tariffs against China in an effort to ease inflation, which remains at a 40-year record high in the U.S.
How Biden plans to handle the Jan. 6 hearings
The president will monitor but not react in real time. But the real audience is the public and … Merrick Garland.
Gun safety talks in U.S. Senate wrestle with 'red flag' laws, school safety
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Bipartisan U.S. Senate negotiations on how or if to respond to the latest wave of mass shootings are focused on a range of options, including improving school safety and "red flag" laws to allow police to seize guns from people deemed dangerous. The talks will continue...
Why immigration and the border are taking a backseat in Tuesday's primary races
Immigration takes a back seat in Tuesday's primary elections to the economy and a Republican embrace of the "great replacement" conspiracy theory.
Commerce secretary says she ‘probably’ didn’t learn of baby formula shortage until April
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said on Sunday that the Biden administration has taken “extraordinary” measures to combat the ongoing baby formula shortage, but when pressed said she “probably” di…
Bonn climate conference: World is "cooked" if we carry on with coal, US says
US climate envoy John Kerry says the war in Ukraine is no excuse to prolong global reliance on coal.
Dozens of Georgia churches split from United Methodist Church over LGBTQ issues
Dozens of churches in Georgia split from the United Methodist Church last week over LGBTQ issues as the denomination faces ongoing division over the cultural flashpoint.
Russians suffer losses in renewed offensive against Sloviansk, Ukrainian military says
Five civilians have died in multiple explosions near the city of Donetsk, while hundreds of people are fleeing the eastern city of Sloviansk daily.
Over 50 feared dead in Nigeria church attack, officials say
ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Gunmen opened fire on worshippers and detonated explosives at a Catholic church in southwestern Nigeria on Sunday, leaving dozens feared dead, state lawmakers said. The attackers targeted the St.
Tom Kean feeling 'huge wave of energy' ahead of New Jersey GOP primary election
Thomas Kean Jr., a Republican aiming to represent New Jersey's 7th Congressional District, says he is feeling a “huge wave of energy” ahead of the state's GOP primary election.
Elite World War II soldiers to receive Congressional Gold Medal more than 70 years after the war | CNN Politics
When Army Capt. John Raaen, Jr. reached the shores of Omaha Beach in Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944, it was already a scene of chaos.
Inflation strikes twice for many retirees
A tax on Social Security earnings isn't indexed for inflation, and it's pulling in more older Americans.
California teen arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot 'up a school,' possession of 'ghost gun'
California police have arrested a 17-year-old who allegedly threatened a school shooting on social media.
Russia using separatist forces in eastern Ukraine, UK says
Russia is using separatist forces from a contested Ukrainian territory for urban ground assaults in an effort to minimize the impact of the war on its armed forces, according to new information rel…
DeSantis beats Trump in 2024 straw poll a second time at Colorado conservative summit
Gov. DeSantis beat Trump in the 2024 straw poll at the Western Conservative Summit for the second year in a row
Monkeypox: Cases outside Africa rise to 780 in three weeks
WHO figures show confirmed cases tripled in a week, which is likely to be an underestimate.
Canada's unmarked graves: How residential schools carried out "cultural genocide" against indigenous children
Last year, archeologists detected what they believed to be 200 unmarked graves at a residential school in Canada, bringing new attention to one of the country's most shameful chapters.
Musk says Tesla headcount will increase
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet on Saturday that the automotive company’s total headcount will increase over the next year, but specified that salaried staff should remain “fairly f…
Elon Musk feud with Bill Gates boils over to Twitter
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's Twitter feud with billionaire Bill Gates boiled over onto Twitter on Saturday after Gates claimed to have done more to fight climate change.
Alaska's unusual House primary draws Palin, Santa, 46 others
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Alaska voters are facing an election unlike any they’ve seen, with 48 candidates running to succeed the man who had held the state's only U.S. House seat for 49 years. While some of the candidates in this week's special primary have name recognition, including Sarah Palin...
Schiff says Jan. 6 panel has more revelations for Americans: ‘There’s a great deal they haven’t seen’
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), a member of the committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, uprising, hinted on Sunday there are more revelations in store about the events that led up to the attack on t…
‘Evil and wicked’: Dozens killed in Nigeria church attack
At least 50 dead including many children as attackers targeted the St Francis Catholic Church in Ondo state.
Taylor Energy Oil Spill: Stanching the longest-running oil spill you've likely never heard of
In 2004, Hurricane Ivan brought down a massive oil platform operated by Taylor Energy, in the Gulf of Mexico. For years, oil has been seeping into the Gulf. Jon Wertheim reports on the efforts of a Coast Guard captain and a Cajun engineer to find a solution.
Ukraine’s World Cup hopes dashed by Wales in 1-0 match
The Ukrainian men’s national soccer team’s dreams of playing in a World Cup were dashed after European rival Wales defeated them in a 1-0 match on Sunday. An own goal by Ukrainian forward And…
Sen. Chris Murphy: Assault weapon ban, background checks off table in Senate talks
Toomey said hopes to sway a number of Republicans to support gun reforms in Senate. Murphy emphasized Second Amendment rights won't be compromised.
Bolsonaro using medals to celebrate allies, family, himself
SAO PAULO (AP) — Elon Musk arrived in Brazil for his first-ever visit, not knowing his cachaca from his churrasco, and within hours had a prestigious medal draped around his neck as he clasped the hand of President Jair Bolsonaro.
India: Diplomatic storm over BJP staff insult of Prophet Muhammad
In a statement, BJP said it respects all religions and ‘strongly denounces’ the insult of any religious personalities.
California drought is pushing Latino farmers and workers to make difficult decisions
Joe Del Bosque roamed the 2,000 acres of his California farm knowing he couldn't touch nearly half of the land he's owned for decades.
3 dead, 11 wounded in shooting in downtown Philadelphia
Two of the people killed are believed to have been innocent bystanders.
Uvalde mother says police threatened her if she did not stop telling her story
A mother who ran into Robb Elementary School to rescue her two children during the Uvalde school shooting accused law enforcement of threatening her to keep her from telling her story to the press.
Lightning, hail, floods lash France, leaving 1 dead, damage
PARIS (AP) — Fierce thunderstorms and hailstorms around France left one woman dead and 14 people injured, ravaged vineyards and delayed flights. Lightning hit the Eiffel Tower, without causing damage, and set roofs on fire east of Paris, according to local authorities.
Dozens killed in fire at Bangladesh container depot
At least 49 killed and over 300 injured after fire and explosions hit the container depot near port city of Chittagong.
Six Mexican states are electing governors, political board changes - Prensa Latina
Mexico City, Jun 5 (Prensa Latina) Six Mexican states are holding elections on Sunday to choose an equal number of governors and more than 400 public positions, and the results will change the national political board.
Queen Elizabeth II ends Platinum Jubilee the same way she began her reign 70 years ago
The queen is the first British monarch to reach a Platinum Jubilee.
Weapons to Ukraine: Which countries have sent what?
Despite promises of arms transfers, Kyiv says it is still outgunned and is pleading for more heavy weapons.
Tropical Storm Alex heads toward Bermuda with high winds
Tropical Storm Alex, which became the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season Sunday, headed toward Bermuda after killing three people in Cuba and causing flooding in parts of Florida. Alex reached tropical storm force after strengthening off Florida's east coast early Sunday.
Durham spending released at crossroads of his investigation
John Durham’s special counsel office released its most recent financial statement just days after a defeat in the criminal investigation’s first trial as the prosecutor is gearing up for his next trial centering on Christopher Steele’s discredited dossier.
1 dead, 8 hurt in overnight shooting at Phoenix strip mall
Police in Phoenix say a 14-year-old girl was killed and eight others were wounded in a shooting amid a crowd of people at a strip mall northwest of downtown
Pakistan’s tourism industry rocked by climate change
With temperatures 9°C above normal, Lahore’s tourism industry has been shell-shocked in recent months.
US naval officer in Japan faces prison over deadly crash
WASHINGTON (AP) — For Ridge Alkonis, a U.S. Navy lieutenant living in Japan, a springtime trip with his wife and three children to Mount Fuji was intended as fun and leisurely family time before an expected deployment.
A South Carolina graduation party shooting left 1 dead and 7 others, including minors, wounded | CNN
One person is dead and seven others are wounded after a shooting at a graduation party in Clarendon County, South Carolina, the sheriff's office there said.
GoFundMe removes fundraiser claiming to help Amber Heard pay damages: Report
GoFundMe has reportedly taken down a fake fundraising account claiming to raise money for actress Amber Heard to pay ex-husband Johnny Depp’s damages following their six-week defamation trial.
Ukraine war: Flight ban hits Russian foreign minister's visit to Serbia
Balkan countries deny Sergei Lavrov's plane use of their airspace, scuppering his Serbia visit.
Infographic: How can you reduce your carbon footprint?
June 5 is World Environment Day – the largest global platform for environmental awareness and outreach.
NATO holds Baltic Sea naval exercises with Finland, Sweden
HELSINKI (AP) — NATO kicked off nearly a two-week U.S.-led naval exercise on the Baltic Sea on Sunday with more than 7,000 sailors, airmen and marines from 16 nations, including two aspiring to join the military alliance, Finland and Sweden.
New Hampshire map gives Democratic Rep. Pappas fighting chance to stay in office
Rep. Chris Pappas (D-NH) this week emerged as a key winner from New Hampshire's monthslong Republican brawl over apportionment in the Granite State, with the new map leaving the incumbent congressman’s district largely intact.
Fetterman’s Heart Issues Add Wild Card to Key Pennsylvania Senate Race
Part of John Fetterman’s appeal as the Democratic Senate nominee has stemmed from his brash sense of vitality. It’s not clear if his recent stroke and absence from the trail will affect that.
Researchers: Breast cancer drug could help more patients
For the first time, a drug targeting a protein that drives breast cancer growth has been shown to work against tumors with very low levels of the protein. It’s not a cure. But this latest gain for targeted cancer therapy could open new treatment possibilities to thousands of patients with...
Iditarod dog found months after disappearing from checkpoint
Race officials say an Iditarod sled dog has been found after disappearing from a race checkpoint three months ago and covering nearly 150 miles
In Races to Run Elections, Candidates Are Backed by Key 2020 Deniers
The origin story behind a slate of Republican candidates for secretary of state features a QAnon figure and several promoters of 2020 conspiracies.
Judge rejects Arizona prisoner’s bid to delay execution
A judge has denied an Arizona prisoner’s bid to delay his execution in the 1984 killing of an 8-year-old girl
Regulators concerned over cryptocurrency donations to political campaigns
For congressional candidate Shrina Kurani, cryptocurrency is not only the future of money, it’s a transformative technology that could revolutionize campaign funding and attract a...
Former Bon Jovi bassist, founding member Alec John Such dies
Alec John Such, the bassist and a founding member of the iconic rock band Bon Jovi, has died
Puerto Ricans speak out on US territory’s political status
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Hundreds of Puerto Ricans crowded into a convention center Saturday where federal legislators held a public hearing to decide...
Executives who get pulled into politics risk alienating their own workforce
There's a big gap between Democrats and Republicans who approve of business leaders speaking out on political issues.
Partygate: Boris Johnson would win a confidence vote, says Grant Shapps
Some Conservative MPs say a vote on Boris Johnson's leadership could be triggered in the coming week.
Photos: Fire at Bangladesh container depot kills dozens
A fire sweeps through a container facility in southeastern Bangladesh, killing at least 49 people.
Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on June 5, 2022
On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Sen. Patrick Toomey and Rep. Adam Schiff join Margaret Brennan.
Transcript: Rep. Adam Schiff on "Face the Nation," June 5, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California that aired Sunday, June 5, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
Transcript: Betsey Stevenson on "Face the Nation," June 5, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with economist Betsey Stevenson, a professor at the University of Michigan, that aired Sunday, June 5, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
Transcript: Sen. Pat Toomey on "Face the Nation," June 5, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania that aired Sunday, June 5, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
Transcript: Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas on "Face the Nation," June 5, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas that aired Sunday, June 5, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
Transcript: Dr. Walter Koroshetz on "Face the Nation," June 5, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Walter Koroshetz, co-chair of the National Institutes of Health's long COVID initiative, airing Sunday, June 5, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
COVID-19 cases are rising in many states. What experts say makes this summer different.
After surviving a scorching heat wave, the country may have to brace for a COVID-19 wave as cases rise in many states.
Covid hospitalizations: See the latest trend and current count
The weight of the pandemic can be measured in the count of hospital beds filled with Covid-positive patients.
Covid hospitalizations: See the latest trend and current count
The weight of the pandemic can be measured in the count of hospital beds filled with Covid-positive patients.
Covid hospitalizations: See the latest trend and current count
The weight of the pandemic can be measured in the count of hospital beds filled with Covid-positive patients.
Jeff Bridges on surviving cancer and COVID
The Oscar-winning actor, who's led a seemingly charmed life as the star of "Crazy Heart" and "The Big Lebowski," talks about his terrifying health crises – from his diagnosis for lymphoma (now in remission), to overcoming a five-week hospital stay with COVID-19.
Latest U.S. Covid-19 Surge Moves West as Pressure Eases in Northeast
There are now 13 California counties that have high Covid-19 community levels based on case and hospital trends, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
Beijing to Allow Indoor Dining, Further Easing COVID Curbs
Dine-in service in Beijing will resume on Monday, except for Fengtai district and some parts of Changping district, the Beijing Daily says
LA County posts another increase in COVID hospitalizations
Of the 540 patients, 63 were being treated in intensive care, up from 61 on Saturday.
Long COVID is proving to be common, but it’s still not clear how to prevent or treat it
A study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looking at 353,000 COVID-19 survivors found that about one in four who are 65 or older and one in five adults younger than 65 developed a…