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Judge orders halt to DOJ review of documents seized from Trump
A federal judge on Monday ordered a halt to the Justice Department’s review of materials seized from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, describing a threat to institutions and the risk of media leaks that could cause harm to Trump.
Judge grants Trump bid for special master in document search
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a legal victory for former President Donald Trump, a federal judge on Monday granted his request for a special master to review documents seized by the FBI from his Florida home and temporarily halted the Justice Department’s use of the records for investigative purposes.
Zelensky: Ukrainian nuclear power plant ‘one step away from a radiation disaster’
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned that a nuclear power plant is “one step away from a radiation disaster” because Russian shelling damaged one of its power transmission lines on Monday.…
US: Russia to buy rockets, artillery shells from North Korea
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Russian Ministry of Defense is in the process of purchasing millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea for its ongoing fight in Ukraine , according to a newly downgraded U.S.
Biden takes aim again at 'MAGA Republicans' in Pennsylvania: 'This is a totally different party'
President Joe Biden criticized "MAGA Republicans" in two Labor Day speeches on Monday in the battleground states of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
Exclusive: Zelenskyy to Muir on dialogue with Russia: 'We cannot have any compromises with terrorists'
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy indicated he's not interested in negotiating with Russia to end Moscow's invasion.
Biden seeks to separate 'mainstream' Republicans from 'Trumpies' in Wisconsin speech
“The extreme MAGA Republicans have chosen to go backwards. …Together we can and must choose a different path forward," President Joe Biden said at a Labor Day event.
Biden rejects criticisms he is dividing Americans by calling Trump supporters a threat to democracy
President Joe Biden is focusing his energy on "MAGA Republicans" in midterm election campaigning and speeches in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Russia should not be branded terrorism sponsor, Biden says
U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday said Russia should not be designated a state sponsor of terrorism, a label Ukraine has pushed for amid Russia's ongoing invasion while Moscow has warned it would rupture U.S.-Russian ties.
WATCH: Heckler disrupts Biden Labor Day speech in Milwaukee
A heckler disrupted President Joe Biden's speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, drawing the attention of the president, who called him an "idiot," before being escorted out.
Fears high as Canadian police search for stabbing suspect
JAMES SMITH CREE FIRST NATION, Saskatchewan (AP) — Fears ran high Tuesday on an Indigenous reserve in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan after police warned that the suspect in a deadly stabbing rampage over the weekend might be nearby and officers surrounded a house with guns drawn.
Takeaways from the ruling granting Trump's request for a special master in Mar-a-Lago probe | CNN Politics
A federal judge threw a wrench Monday in the Justice Department investigation into potential mishandling of documents from former President Donald Trump's White House by granting his request for a special master to review evidence seized from his Florida home last month.
Gas flows to Europe won’t resume until sanctions lifted: Russia
The Kremlin says Western sanctions caused the decision to stop gas flows down the Nord Stream pipeline.
Biden assails Trump loyalists but not all Republicans after backlash
Democratic President Joe Biden assailed "MAGA Republicans" loyal to Donald Trump as he spent Labor Day working to ensure union workers provide strong turnout for Democratic candidates in the November elections.
Red wave crashing? GOP momentum slips as fall sprint begins
NEW YORK (AP) — The possibility of a great red wave still looms. But as the 2022 midterm elections enter their final two-month sprint, leading Republicans concede that their party's advantage may be slipping even as Democrats confront their president's weak standing, deep voter pessimism and...
Bitter battle between Trump and Biden redefines the midterms | CNN Politics
It is extraordinary for a defeated ex-president to play a starring role in the first midterm election since he lost power. Yet Donald Trump's decision to use the 2022 elections as a stage to avenge his 2020 defeat and President Joe Biden's strategy of making the man he vanquished the focus of...
China's Chengdu enforces strict lockdown despite earthquake
BEIJING (AP) — Authorities in southwestern China’s Chengdu have maintained strict COVID-19 lockdown measures on the city of 21 million despite a major earthquake that killed at least 65 people in outlying areas.
How critical US sectors are coping with rising cyberattacks
The rise in cyberattacks this year has forced many companies in critical sectors to make improvements to their cyber defenses in an effort to secure their networks from hacks. Such c…
New UK Prime Minister Liz Truss won't be 'afraid of picking a fight' with Biden, experts say
New United Kingdom Prime Minister Liz Truss may be more willing to pick a fight with President Biden, particularlly over economic issues, experts say.
Canada stabbings: One suspect found dead
Damien Sanderson had injuries that did not appear self-inflicted, police say, as they hunt for his brother.
Liz Truss to be Britain's new prime minister, replaces Boris Johnson
As Britain's third prime minister in just over three years assumes her role, Liz Truss's mandate will be to tackle inflation.
Putin approves new foreign policy doctrine based on 'Russian World'
President Vladimir Putin on Monday approved a new foreign policy doctrine based around the concept of a "Russian World", a notion that conservative ideologues have used to justify intervention abroad in support of Russian-speakers.
Biden blasts 'extreme' GOP in Labor Day swing-state trips
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden excoriated “MAGA Republicans" and the extreme right on Monday, pitching personal Labor Day appeals to swing-state union members who he hopes will turn out in force for his party in November.
Biden again attacks 'MAGA' GOP members of Congress, 'full of anger, violence and hate,' in Labor Day speech
President Biden used a Labor Day speech in Wisconsin to attack "extreme MAGA Republicans" who Biden said "have chosen to go backwards, full of anger, violence, hate and division."
POLITICO Playbook: NRCC chief to GOP: ‘Don’t be measuring the drapes’
And Liz Truss is Britain's new prime minister.
Police find body in search for missing billionaire heiress Eliza Fletcher
A body was found Monday by authorities searching for billionaire heiress and Memphis, Tennessee, teacher Eliza Fletcher after she went missing while out for an early morning jog on Friday.
GOP Rep. Tom Emmer Manages To Be Both Racist And Sexist While Bashing Abortion Rights
Minnesota Republican Rep. Tom Emmer appallingly calls abortion rights "Chinese genocide."
Explainer: How will attorney-client privilege affect the Trump records probe?
A federal judge on Monday agreed to appoint a special master to review records seized by the FBI during its unprecedented Aug. 8 search of former President Donald Trump's Florida estate.
Mother of two, first responder, among those killed in Canada stabbings
A mother of two, a 77-year-old widower and a first responder were the initial victims identified in a stabbing spree in Canada that killed 10 people and wounded at least 18 others.
Canadian police announce one stabbing suspect found dead, other still at large
Canadian police announced on Monday that one of the two men suspected of fatally stabbing 10 people and wounding more than a dozen others in the province of Saskatchewan had been found dead. Brothe…
Liz Truss set to become new UK Conservative prime minister
LONDON (AP) — Liz Truss has been elected as the Conservative Party's new leader, the party announced Monday, and she will take office Tuesday as Britain's new prime minister to steer the country through an acute cost-of-living crisis.
Here's what a 'special master' is and what it means for the Mar-a-Lago investigation | CNN Politics
A special master is a third-party attorney appointed by a court to oversee part of a certain case. If appointed in the case around former President Donald Trump, the special master would oversee the DOJ's review of the evidence gathered from his beach club and filter out privileged material.
Abortion, voting and COVID-19: Why we're eyeing these 10 governor's races in 2022 midterms
From a fierce rematch in Georgia to a personality clash in Arizona, gubernatorial races will have major ramifications at the state and national level.
These states have abortion on the ballot in midterm elections | CNN Politics
Editor's note: This story originally published on September 5, 2022. It has been updated with additional developments.
Ukraine's prime minister appeals for EU weapons and unity
BRUSSELS (AP) — Ukraine's prime minister on Monday urged the European Union to stand firm against Russian energy “blackmail” and appealed for more weapons, including aircraft, for the war-ravaged country even as EU armament stocks run low.
Trump medical records, tax documents seized in FBI raid: judge
Former President Trump’s medical records and documents related to his accounting information and taxes were seized during the FBI’s raid of Mar-a-Lago.
Could unexpected Democratic gains foil a midterm Republican victory?
A string of favorable outcomes for the party, coupled with backlash from supreme court’s abortion ban, could galvanize Biden supporters
Explore The Ways Republicans Or Democrats Could Win The Midterms
Choose whether a Republican or Democrat will win each race in the 2022 midterm elections and we’ll recalculate each party’s chances of winning control of Congress.
California temperatures soar to new records, adding strain to power grid
Record high temperatures were expected in California's Central Valley from Sacramento to outside of Los Angeles on Sunday, with officials warning that the dangerous heat wave could afflict the state through the end of the week and test the limits of the electric grid.
Putin ally: US dream of Russian breakup is road to doom
MOSCOW (AP) — A top Russian official accused the U.S. and its allies on Saturday of trying to provoke the country's breakup and warned that such attempts could lead to doomsday. Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy secretary of Russia’s Security Council chaired by President Vladimir Putin, warned the...
California governor signs landmark law for fast food workers
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a landmark measure giving more than a half-million fast food workers more power and protections
Chilean voters soundly reject far-left constitution
Chilean voters decisively rejected a proposed far-left constitution in a major blow for Chile's formerly ascendant Left, especially President Gabriel Boric.
Prepare bomb shelters in Crimea, Zelenskiy adviser tells residents
Ukraine on Monday told residents of Russian-annexed Crimea to prepare bomb shelters and stock up on supplies as Kyiv presses ahead with plans for a major counteroffensive to drive Russian troops out of occupied Ukrainian territory.
16 Uvalde fourth graders waited an hour with wounded teacher
UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Elsa Avila slid to her phone, terrified as she held the bleeding side of her abdomen and tried to stay calm for her students. In a text to her family that she meant to send to fellow Uvalde teachers, she wrote: “I’m shot.”
Trump must explain what he did and why he did it
The stakes are very high for Trump — and the nation.
Ukraine says nuclear plant offline after Russian shelling
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Europe’s largest nuclear plant was knocked off Ukraine's electricity grid Monday, its last transmission line disconnected because of a fire caused by shelling, the facility’s operator and the U.N.
Democrats implore party to prioritize secretary of state races to help avert 2024 debacle | CNN Politics
Democrats focused on secretary of state races this year have a warning for their party: If you think the aftermath of the 2020 election was troubling, 2024 could be even worse if we fail to invest in these campaigns.
Typhoon batters S. Korea, preparations minimize casualties
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The most powerful typhoon to hit South Korea in years killed at least six people, dumped a meter (3 feet) of rain, destroyed roads and felled power lines on Tuesday. The death toll could have been higher if not for proactive evacuations and school closures, officials said.
Trump helps NY GOP candidate for governor Zeldin raise additional $1.5M as polls against Hochul tighten
Former President Donald Trump headlined an event to help New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin raise $1.5 million for his campaign against Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul.
DeSantis puts his imprint on school board races in Florida
MIAMI (AP) — In her 24 years as a school board member in Florida, Marta Perez proposed a Bible study class for students, opposed a measure to boost anti-racism curricula after the killing of George Floyd and spoke out against adopting a textbook that included pictures of contraceptive methods...
One suspect in Saskatchewan stabbings found dead
RCMP is investigating 10 deaths in 13 locations on James Smith Cree Nation and in a nearby community.
Zelenskyy warns of ‘radiation catastrophe’ ahead of IAEA report
Zaporizhzhia’s last working reactor offline after fire damaged power lines amid ongoing concerns over situation at site.
Ukraine says it downs Russian missiles, UN pushes for nuclear plant's safety
Ukrainian forces shot down five Russian cruise missiles on Tuesday, most of them in the south, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said, but he made no mention of a new military success in the east hinted at by officials earlier.
Man survives shark-infested waters by floating in freezer for 11 days
A fisherman is making waves after he survived 11 days floating inside a freezer in shark-infested waters.
Coast Guard ends search for 9 missing in floatplane crash
WHIDBEY ISLAND, Wash. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard suspended the search Monday afternoon for nine people, including a child, who were missing after a floatplane crashed in the waters of Puget Sound northwest of Seattle.
Irish regulator fines Meta $400M for breaking data protection laws
An Irish regulator has fined Meta, the parent company of Instagram, about $400 million because the social media platform broke data protection laws, specifically pertaining to children’s privacy on…
Israel advances plans for another east Jerusalem settlement
Israeli authorities have advanced a plan to build nearly 500 homes in a new Jewish settlement in annexed east Jerusalem
What to watch in Massachusetts' primary election
BOSTON (AP) — Republicans hoping to hold on to the Massachusetts governor's office are choosing between a Donald Trump-backed candidate and a more moderate businessman in Tuesday's primary election .
Biden tests his political strength in return to the campaign trail | CNN Politics
President Joe Biden has been celebrating Labor Day in Pittsburgh on-and-off for more than a decade, twice using the city's parade as a testing ground while he contemplated a presidential run.
Federal judge orders appointment of special master to review seized Trump records
An independent special master will be appointed to review records the FBI seized during its raid of former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago home, a federal judge ruled Monday.
Palin urges Begich to drop House bid; Begich declines
WASILLA, Alaska (AP) — Alaska U.S. House candidate Sarah Palin called on fellow Republican Nick Begich to drop out of the race Monday, holding a news conference in the same place where on a holiday weekend more than a decade ago she announced plans to resign as Alaska's governor.
House Oversight ranking member says it's 'unacceptable' for Treasury Department to deny his request for Hunter Biden financial records | CNN Politics
House Oversight Committee ranking member James Comer criticized the Treasury Department on Saturday for declining his request to provide banking Suspicious Activity Reports on Hunter Biden and others, according to a press statement.
Washington state teen missing under suspicious circumstances is found, then arrested in murder case
Investigators requested the public's assistance in locating the 16-year-old, who disappeared Thursday.
Gorbachev's marriage, like his politics, broke the mold
Mikhail Gorbachev was laid to rest Saturday in Moscow's Novodevichy Cemetery next to his wife, Raisa, with whom he shared the world stage in a visibly close and loving marriage that was unprecedented for a Soviet leader.
Washington weighs plan to let Americans wager on elections
Officials at the CFTC, the regulator in charge of overseeing U.S. derivatives markets, have long been reluctant to open up trading in elections.
Taiwan offers condolences over China quake, ready to send rescuers
Taiwan's government expressed its condolences to China on Tuesday for an earthquake in Sichuan province and said it was ready to send rescuers, in a sign of goodwill to Beijing despite weeks of military tensions.
Thousands evacuated as typhoon barrels across South Korea
Most powerful typhoon to hit South Korea in years destroys roads and brings down power lines in country’s south.
Labor Secretary Walsh on remote work: Flexibility is key
“We are living in these times that we have an opportunity to do a reset for the American workforce," he tells POLITICO in an interview.
UN says part of Somalia will reach famine later this year
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — The United Nations says “famine is at the door” in Somalia with “concrete indications” famine will occur later this year in the southern Bay region. This falls just short of a formal famine declaration as thousands are dying in a historic drought made worse by the...
Jackson residents should have water pressure again amid shortage crisis
Residents in Jackson should have water pressure again, officials said Sunday, following nearly a week of no reliable running water for thousands of residents.
California braces for possible power outages as temperatures again break triple digits in relentless heat wave
The heat wave, which started last week, "is historic for both its temperatures and its duration," the state power grid operator said.
Man charged in jogger abduction kidnapped attorney in 2000
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The man charged with kidnapping a Tennessee woman jogging near the University of Memphis last week spent 20 years behind bars for a previous kidnapping. U.S. Marshals arrested 38-year-old Cleotha Abston on Saturday after police detected his DNA on a pair of sandals found...
Exclusive: Zelenskyy hints to David Muir of 'plural' Ukrainian counteroffensives against Russian forces
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hinted of more counteroffensives as his country tries to turn the tide of war against Russia.
GOP Senate nominee in blue Washington says she supports state law guaranteeing abortion up to fetal viability | CNN Politics
The GOP nominee for US Senate in Washington said Sunday that she supports a law in her state guaranteeing the right to an abortion up to fetal viability, a rare Republican to take a stance supportive of abortion rights as her party navigates the delicate issue ahead of the November midterms.
More kids are repeating a grade. Is it good for them?
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — As Braylon Price remembers it, he struggled with pretty much everything the first full school year of the pandemic. With minimal guidance and frequent disruptions, he had trouble staying on top of assignments and finishing homework on time.
Biden responds to heckler at speech: ‘Everybody’s entitled to be an idiot’
President Biden responded to a heckler while delivering remarks in Milwaukee on Monday, saying, “Everybody’s entitled to be an idiot.” Biden traveled to Wisconsin on Labor Day to deliver a speech a…
Judge grants Donald Trump's request for special master, halts government review of seized Mar-a-Lago documents
In a win for Donald Trump, Judge Aileen Cannon has granted a request from the former president's legal team to appoint a special master.
Biden touts accomplishments, takes on GOP during swing state stops with general election sprint underway
President Biden visited two key swing states on Labor Day to tout Democratic accomplishments and go on offense against Republicans with the midterm elections just two months away. Biden first made …
Citing imminent danger Cloudflare drops hate site Kiwi Farms
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Citing an "immediate threat to human life," Cloudflare has dropped the notorious stalking and harassment site Kiwi Farms from its internet security services following an online campaign started by transgender Twitch streamer Clara Sorrenti to pressure it to do so.
Heterosexual marriage definition a concern for gay Singaporeans
LGBTQ people worry stress on marriage as ‘between one man and one woman’ will allow discriminatory attitudes to persist.
Meet Minnesota’s Most Vulnerable Progressive
Even in a blue state, Keith Ellison is confronting the realities facing Democrats in 2022.
Biden, ahead of midterms, marks Labor Day in election battleground states
Democrats are facing high-stakes, heavily-funded midterm races in both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
Palin calls on Begich to drop out of the race after Democrat wins special election
Mary Peltola won the special election to finish out Rep. Don Young's term, becoming the first Democrat elected to the seat since 1970.
Ukraine nuclear plant disconnected by shelling after UN watchdog exits-Energoatom
The final working reactor at the vast Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was disconnected from Ukraine's grid on Monday after Russian shelling disrupted power lines, state nuclear company Energoatom said.
Ben Stiller and Sean Penn among 25 Americans newly sanctioned by Russia
Actors Ben Stiller and Sean Penn are among 25 U.S. citizens newly sanctioned by Russia in retaliation for United States sanctions on different Russian people more than six months into Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
China accuses Washington of cyberspying on university
BEIJING (AP) — China on Monday accused Washington of breaking into computers at a university that U.S. officials say does military research, adding to complaints by both governments of rampant online spying against each other.
Search for 9 people missing in floatplane crash near Seattle is called off, Coast Guard says
One person was already confirmed dead in the crash in the Mutiny Bay area of Puget Sound after the de Havilland DHC-3 Otter carrying 10 people went down off Whidbey Island.
Mysterious outbreak in Argentina solved: Legionnaires' disease behind illness that sickened 11
A mysterious outbreak in Argentina that sickened 11 people and killed four has revealed to be linked to Legionnaires' disease, health officials said.
These are the key governor's races to watch this fall
From the early days of Donald Trump's presidency, through the Covid-19 pandemic and following the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the power of governors has been increasingly clear for Americans to see.
Once in the doldrums, Florida coast hums with space launches
TITUSVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A decade ago, Florida's Space Coast was in the doldrums. The space shuttle program had ended, and with it the steady stream of space enthusiasts who filled the area's restaurants and hotel and motel rooms during regular astronaut launches.
Ad campaign targets Latino voters as key bloc for Democrats in midterms
Non-profit Voto Latino aims to challenge Republican ‘disinformation’ in key battleground states
Eliza Fletcher abduction: Body found near area of crime scene investigation
The Memphis Police Department said on Monday it had located a "deceased party" near where Eliza Fletcher was abducted while jogging last Friday.
Pakistan floods: Officials struggle to stop biggest lake overflowing
A previous attempt to drain the lake failed - and flood levels are still dangerously high.
Two Russian embassy staff dead, four others killed in suicide bomb blast in Kabul
Two Russian embassy staff in Kabul were among six people killed when a suicide bomber detonated explosives near the entrance of the embassy, in a blast that injured at least 10 others, the Russian Foreign Ministry and Afghan officials said on Monday.
Here's what we know about the Mississippi airport employee accused of stealing a plane and threatening to crash into a Walmart | CNN
Cory Wayne Patterson was an employee with Tupelo Aviation for the past 10 years.
Germany sticks to nuclear power deadline but leaves loophole
BERLIN (AP) — Germany is sticking to its long-held plan of shutting down the country's three remaining nuclear power plants this year but keeping the option of reactivating two of them in case of an energy shortage in the coming months, officials said Monday.
Chicago mayor asks for donations, volunteers to help with immigrants bused from Texas
A busload of about 50 immigrants arrived Sunday in Chicago, days after the arrival of the first busload of about 75.
Liz Truss becomes UK prime minister after Boris Johnson's resignation
Liz Truss is the United Kingdom's fourth prime minister since 2016 and the country's third female premier ever.
Liz Truss to replace Boris Johnson as British prime minister
Liz Truss will become the new British prime minister after she defeated former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak in a leadership contest for the Conservative Party.
Trump rally highlighting January 6 case of alleged Nazi sympathizer sparks criticism | CNN Politics
Rep. Zoe Lofgren, a member of the House panel investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, on Sunday called out former President Donald Trump for featuring a speaker during his Saturday rally who highlighted the plight of a January 6 rioter and alleged Nazi sympathizer who was convicted on...
Lawyer's mission: Translate Tenn.'s bewildering abortion ban
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Chloe Akers considers herself a grizzled criminal defense attorney. Until a few months ago, she didn’t spend much time thinking about abortion — for all her 39 years, abortion was not a crime, so she’d never imagined having to defend someone accused of performing one.
California wildfire leaves 2 dead, explodes to 700 acres as evacuations are ordered
At least two people were killed and another person injured in the Fairview fire that is burning in East Hemet, California, according to Cal Fire. The wildfire has spread to 700 acres.
Timeline: The government's efforts to get sensitive documents back from Trump's Mar-a-Lago
Here's a look at the events that have transpired over the course of the government's attempts to get back the documents.
New Orleans political patriarch Moon Landrieu has died
NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) — Former New Orleans Mayor Moon Landrieu — whose early, lonely stand against segregationists in the Louisiana legislature launched a political career at the forefront of sweeping changes on race — died Monday, a family friend confirmed.
Judge grants Trump's request for a 'special master' to review materials seized from Mar-a-Lago | CNN Politics
A federal judge has granted former President Donald Trump's request to appoint a "special master" to review materials that the FBI seized from Mar-a-Lago last month.
Leadership race rival Sunak will not be in UK Truss's new cabinet - Guardian
Liz Truss, who is set to take over as Britain's Prime Minister, will not offer former finance minister and her leadership contest rival Rishi Sunak a role in her cabinet, the Guardian reported on Monday.
Ukraine round-up: Russian vote postpones and fresh gas fears
A "referendum" for Kherson to join Russia is delayed, while Moscow blames Europe for gas shutdown.
Canadian police: 10 dead, 15 injured from stabbings
Prime minister calls attacks in Saskatchewan “horrific and heartbreaking.”
Medicaid extensions for new moms grow, may run into limits
States around the country are making it easier for new moms to keep Medicaid in the year after childbirth, a time when depression and other health problems can develop. But tight government budgets and the program’s low reimbursement may ultimately limit this push or make it hard for women with...
Biden marks Labor Day with visits to Pennsylvania and Wisconsin as midterms heat up
The unofficial start of fall, Labor Day also traditionally kicks off political crunch time for candidates.
Russia bans Sean Penn, Ben Stiller, more US senators from entering country
Actors Sean Penn, Ben Stiller, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo and other figures have now been banned from entering Russia after being put on the "stop list."
Buick dealers that don’t want to sell electric vehicles will be offered buyouts
Buick is getting set to go all-electric, and any dealership in the United States that does not want to be a part of the brand’s shift will be offered a buyout.
Zimbabwe says measles outbreak has killed 700 children
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — The death toll from a measles outbreak in Zimbabwe has risen to almost 700 children, the country’s health ministry has said. Some are calling for the enactment of legislation to make vaccination mandatory in a country where anti-modern medicine religious sects hold sway...
Brendan Fraser breaks down in tears as ‘The Whale’ gets 6-minute standing ovation in Venice
When the credits rolled on the Darren Aronofsky drama, in which Fraser plays a 600-pound gay man confined to a wheelchair, the actor was overcome with emotion.
Americans increasingly concerned about political violence — CBS News poll
Many see democracy eroding for the next generation.
Shireen Abu Aqla: Israel says 'high probability' soldier killed reporter
An Israeli military probe concludes it is likely a soldier shot Shireen Abu Aqla "by mistake".
Protests across Indonesia as anger mounts over fuel price increase
Thousands of people rallied in Indonesia's biggest cities on Tuesday, demanding the government reverse its first subsidised fuel price increase in eight years amid soaring inflation.
Body found in Memphis as police search for abducted jogger Eliza Fletcher
The body has not been identified and no cause of death has been determined.
Student debt cancellation rollout could get messy, consumer groups and lenders warn
Experts say the Biden administration has not yet given borrowers enough information or provided adequate systems to ensure a smooth application process.
Ukraine war: Russia postpones 'referendum' in occupied region
A so-called referendum in Kherson is delayed, as Ukrainian forces retake a small town.
Memphis police find unidentified body 3 days after a teacher was violently abducted | CNN
Memphis police found an unidentified body Monday about 20 minutes from where teacher Eliza "Liza" Fletcher was violently abducted three days ago, according to a tweet from the police department.
2 dead in Southern California wildfire
The Fairview Fire broke out Monday afternoon in Riverside County and grew to 2,000 acres by around 10:30 p.m. At least seven structures had been destroyed.
Bed, Bath & Beyond shares tank after senior executive's death
Gustavo Arnal was facing a shareholder lawsuit accusing him and others of insider trading after the "meme stock" tanked.
Jamie Raskin Says Jan. 6 Committee Still Wants To Hear From Ginni Thomas
The Maryland Democrat said Newt Gingrich, Vice President Mike Pence and Thomas all have "relevant" evidence to present to the panel.
Las Vegas isn't betting on Mother Nature to solve its water problems. Here's how it intends to win | CNN
Las Vegas has implemented bans on swimming pools, grass and irrigation to save its vanishing water.
How long COVID is impacting the nationwide labor shortage
Persistent COVID-19 symptoms could be keeping millions of Americans out of the workforce. Economists and policymakers have struggled to figure out why a much lower percentage of working-age a…
What you need to know about the updated bivalent boosters
The boosters will be available at all healthcare providers in Minnesota, as well as the state vaccination site at the Mall of America starting Sept. 7.
Chinese cities rush to lockdown in show of loyalty to Xi's 'zero-Covid' strategy | CNN
More than 70 Chinese cities have been placed under full or partial Covid lockdowns since late August, impacting more than 300 million people, as local authorities rush to stamp out infections at all cost in the final countdown to leader Xi Jinping's expected third term.
Yale researchers discover potential Long COVID causes and treatments￼
A recent study led by Yale researchers uncovered evidence on how Long COVID affects the body and potential treatments for these symptoms.
China earthquake kills more than 45 in southwest region with many under COVID lockdown
The region is often rattled by temblors, but this one struck with many residents confined to their homes amid another COVID lockdown.
Asia Cup News Updates: Sri Lanka beat India by 6 wickets in Super Four match - The Economic Times
Asia Cup News Updates: Sri Lanka (174/4) beat India (173/8) by six wickets in the Super Four game in Dubai.
Study suggests loss of smell and brain inflammation are independent in COVID-19
Researchers assessed the association between neuroinvasion and anosmia observed during COVID-19.
Researchers compare the percent excess mortalities due to the zero-COVID-19 policy or the living-with-COVID policy
Researchers compared the percent excess mortalities due to the zero-COVID-19 policy or the living-with-COVID policy.
Wastewater surveillance becomes more targeted in search for poliovirus, monkeypox and coronavirus | CNN
Early in the coronavirus pandemic, health officials closely monitored sewage samples for signs of the virus to track where it could be circulating. Now, that technique is being used to detect other infectious diseases: polio and monkeypox.
‘We came back in force.’ With COVID restrictions behind them, teens relish the high school experience
Most students and teachers aren’t wearing masks anymore, and there have been fewer reported COVID-19 outbreaks even though the CDC says virus transmission rates remain high.