(AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
POKROVSK, Ukraine (AP) — Russian and Ukrainian troops engaged in close-quarter combat in an eastern Ukraine city Sunday as Moscow’s soldiers, supported by intense shelling, attempted to gain strategic footholds for conquering the region in the face of fierce Ukrainian resistance.
Senator says 'serious' bipartisan negotiations on gun legislation underway
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) said Congress is holding "serious" bipartisan negotiations on legislation meant to curb gun violence as the country reels from the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday.
Republicans, Democrats spar over gun regulation after Texas school shooting
Sen. Chris Murphy said there are "serious" bipartisan negotiations on a new gun law meant to curb future killings.
Agency: 1 dead, 7 injured in Oklahoma festival shooting
Authorities say a 26-year-old man has been taken into custody after one person was killed and seven people were injured in a shooting at an outdoor festival in eastern Oklahoma
Justice Dept. to review response to Texas school shooting
UVALDE, Texas (AP) — The Justice Department said Sunday it will review the law enforcement response to the Texas school shooting, an unusual federal look back prompted by questions about the shifting and at times contradictory information from authorities that have enraged a community in shock...
GOP pitches hardening schools as Uvalde security failures emerge
Republicans and gun rights advocates are calling for measures to boost school security in response to this week’s massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, a rebuttal to those seeking to…
Uvalde tells Biden to 'do something'; he pledges 'we will'
UVALDE, Texas (AP) — President Joe Biden grieved with the shattered community of Uvalde on Sunday, mourning privately for three hours with anguished families of the 19 schoolchildren and two teachers killed by a gunman.
Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger says he's 'open' to AR-15 ban | CNN Politics
Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois said Sunday that he's open to supporting a federal ban on AR-15 rifles, saying his position on the issue has changed in the wake of a mass shooting at a Texas elementary school last week that left 19 children and two teachers dead.
Christian nationalism on the rise in some GOP campaigns
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The victory party took on the feel of an evangelical worship service after Doug Mastriano won Pennsylvania's Republican gubernatorial primary this month. As a Christian singer led the crowd in song, some raised their arms toward the heavens in praise.
'We failed these children': Agony is compounded by outrage after the latest details about the Uvalde elementary school massacre | CNN
The bright sunshine in Uvalde belies the cloud of anger and anguish enveloping the small Texas city.
EU unity on Russian sanctions 'starting to crumble', German minister says
German Economy Minister Robert Habeck on Sunday expressed fears that the European Union's unity was "starting to crumble" ahead of a summit to discuss an oil embargo against Russia and plans to cut dependence on Russian energy.
Parents of child killed in shooting refused to meet with Texas governor
"There's no reason for just an average citizen to have these types of weapons," Kimberly Rubio, a mother whose child was killed in the shooting, said.
Governors diverge on gun control, school security efforts
As the U.S. mourns the victims of its latest mass shooting — 19 elementary school students and two teachers gunned down in Texas — Democratic governors are amplifying their calls for greater restrictions on guns.
Trump's Primary Losses Puncture His Invincibility
Donald Trump had cast this year’s primaries as a moment to measure his power, endorsing candidates by the dozen as he sought to maintain an imprint on his party unlike any other past president. But after the first phase of the primary season concluded Tuesday, a month in which one-quarter of...
Donbas is an 'unconditional priority' for Russia, Lavrov says
The "liberation" of Ukraine's Donbas region is an "unconditional priority" for Moscow, while other Ukrainian territories should decide their future on their own, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Sunday.
Wyoming GOP chair, who was on restricted Capitol grounds on Jan. 6, speaks at Trump rally
Frank Eathorne told the crowd he would “run through barbed wire” for the former president.
Sen. Chris Murphy thinks Congress can "pass something that saves lives" on guns
He says he's seen more Republicans "coming to the table and talking this time" than at any other moment since the Sandy Hook shooting 10 years ago.
Mo Brooks gets into fiery exchange with ‘Fox News Sunday’ host over 2020 election
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) got into a fiery argument with a “Fox News Sunday” guest host over the 2020 presidential election, which Brooks repeatedly claimed was stolen and riddled with fr…
States Rush Toward New Gun Restrictions as Congress Remains Gridlocked
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Congress failed to impose gun restrictions after the school massacres in Newtown, Connecticut, and Parkland, Florida, and there’s little confidence that 21 deaths at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, will change matters now. But states aren’t waiting. In New Jersey...
Trump has some endorsement bragging rights but also big losses on his hands
An NFL coach who guided his team to a 10-7 regular-season record would be considered reasonably successful but hardly dominant over rivals.
EU fails to agree on Russia oil embargo, to try again Monday before summit
The EU failed on Sunday to agree on an embargo of Russian oil, but diplomats but will still try to make progress ahead of a Monday-Tuesday summit on an exemption for pipeline deliveries to landlocked Central European countries, officials said.
Chaos as far-right Israelis march in occupied East Jerusalem
Tensions high in East Jerusalem where thousands of ultra-nationalist Jewish groups march chanting ‘Death to Arabs’.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul arrested in California, charged with DUI
Rep. Nancy Pelosi's husband has been arrested after allegedly driving under the influence, according to records from Napa County. He was released from jail on Sunday morning.
Israeli nationalists chant racist slogans in Jerusalem march
JERUSALEM (AP) — Thousands of Israeli nationalists, some of them chanting “Death to Arabs,” paraded through the heart of the main Palestinian thoroughfare in Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday, in a show of force that risked setting off a new wave of violence in the tense city.
'Serious' negotiations in Congress about new gun law after Texas school shooting, Sen. Murphy says
After the Texas elementary school shooting, there are “serious” bipartisan negotiations on a new gun law intended to reduce mass killings, Sen. Chris Murphy said Sunday
Ukrainian defenders hold out in Donbas city under heavy fire
Russian forces intensified their attacks with barrages of heavy artillery to capture a key Ukrainian city in the southeastern region of Donbas, whose full takeover Moscow's top diplomat said was now an "unconditional priority".
How San Diego secured its water supply, at a cost
As a worsening drought forces millions of Californians to face mandatory water restrictions, one corner of Southern California has largely shielded itself from supply-related woes: San Diego County.
Republican politicians all over the country have repeated the Great Replacement theory
Republican Congressmembers, candidates and officials are repeating the racist, antisemitic white supremacist idea called the Great Replacement theory.
Ultra-nationalist Jews storm Al-Aqsa ahead of Israeli flag march
Thousands of Israeli police deployed ahead of the annual march in occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City.
Pro-Moscow Kherson official sees decision 'toward next year' on joining Russia; Kremlin forces advance in the east of Ukraine
The deputy head of the Russian-backed Kherson Military-Civilian Administration said the process on whether to join Russia might involve a referendum.
Justice Department opens investigation into police response to Uvalde shooting
The Justice Department has opened a critical incident review into law enforcement's response to the deadly mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
Sandy Hook shooting: The unprecedented $73M settlement with gunmaker Remington
A lawsuit against an industry viewed by many as protected from liability over gun violence used a novel legal strategy, and accomplished the unthinkable: the largest payout ever by a gun company to victims of a mass shooting.
Bidens pay respects in Uvalde after mass school shooting
President Biden and first lady Jill Biden visited a memorial for the victims of the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on Sunday.
Trump’s ‘big lie’ hits cinemas: the film claiming to investigate voter fraud
2000 Mules has been resoundingly debunked by factcheckers, but the film has earned praise from Trump and other Republicans
Fire, looming ruling don't stop new Wyoming abortion clinic
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — When organizers earlier this year settled on a summer opening for a new women's health clinic in Wyoming, they felt upbeat about their plans even as they knew they would face opposition to what will be the only such clinic to offer abortions in the state.
Russia puts ‘all its resources’ into capture of key Ukraine city
Russian forces seized a hotel on Severodonetsk’s outskirts, damaged 14 high-rise buildings, and battled on the streets.
Federal review says Dominion software flaws haven't been exploited in elections | CNN Politics
Federal cybersecurity officials have verified there are software vulnerabilities in certain ballot-marking devices made by Dominion Voting Systems, discovered during a controversial Georgia court case, which could in theory allow a malicious actor to tamper with the devices, according to a draft...
Uvalde official has 'no idea' where school police officer was at time of shooting
Uvalde County Commissioner Ronald Garza said Sunday he has "no idea" where the school district police officer for Robb Elementary School was at the time of the tragic shooting in Texas.
Russian forces "storming" city in eastern Ukraine, Ukrainian officials say
The fighting knocked out power and cellphone service, and a humanitarian relief center could not operate because of the danger, the mayor said.
President Biden, first lady travel to Uvalde to grieve with community after school massacre
Joe Biden and Jill Biden arrived Sunday in Uvalde, Texas, to grieve with the community after 19 children and two teachers were killed in a school shooting
22 mass shootings. 374 dead. Here's where the guns came from
The suspects in the shootings at a Uvalde, Texas, elementary school and a Buffalo, New York, supermarket were both just 18, authorities say, when they bought the weapons used in the attacks — too young to legally purchase alcohol or cigarettes, but old enough to arm themselves with assault-style...
White House officials, Senate Republicans decline Sunday news show appearances to talk Texas school shooting
White House officials and Senate Republicans declined invitations to appear on Sunday news shows, days after the devastating shooting at a Texas elementary school left 19 children and two teachers …
Harris calls for assault weapons ban after back-to-back mass shootings | CNN Politics
Vice President Kamala Harris called for an assault weapons ban Saturday, saying that in the wake of two back-to-back mass shootings such arms are "a weapon of war" with "no place in a civil society."
Unrest erupts at Jerusalem site ahead of nationalist march
Israel’s national police chief said his forces were prepared for “every scenario.”
Federal judge orders ex-Proud Boys leader to be detained until Jan. 6 trial
Releasing Enrique Tarrio before his trial would not reasonably ensure the safety of the community, the judge wrote.
Serbia ignores EU sanctions, secures gas deal with Putin
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — As the war in Ukraine rages , Serbia's president announced that he has secured an “extremely favorable” natural gas deal with Russia during a telephone conversation Sunday with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
DC wants to be a sanctuary for abortion. Could Congress stop it?
Congress holds power over the district’s laws and finances. A Republican majority could overrule local pro-choice legislation
Dem Sen. Cardin says ‘jury’s out’ on whether Senate can pass gun reform after Uvalde
Whether or not the Senate will be able to pass gun reform legislation remains unknown, Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., told "Fox News Sunday."
Bidens lay flowers at memorial and attend mass in Uvalde
At one point, protesters could be heard yelling "do something," and the president responded "we will" twice.
Sun Belt cities boom as major cities bleed population
More than half of American cities registered a loss of population over the last year as people flocked to suburbs and exurbs in what demographers say is among the first signs that pandemic-era atti…
Fleeing the Russians: Evacuations are slow, arduous, fraught
BAKHMUT, Ukraine (AP) — To a threatening soundtrack of air raid sirens and booming artillery, civilians are fleeing towns and cities in eastern Ukraine as Russian forces advance. Negotiating narrow apartment building staircases, volunteers carry the elderly and infirm in their arms, in...
‘Can’t regulate crazy’: Gun lovers defiant after Uvalde massacre
Republicans in Texas double down on their pro-gun stance after the latest in a string of mass shootings in the state.
Biden grieves with Texas town as anger mounts over school shooting
President Joe Biden tried to comfort families in the south Texas town of Uvalde on Sunday after the nation's deadliest school shooting in a decade as federal officials announced they would review local law enforcement's slow response to the attack.
Dem Sen. Cardin says ‘jury’s out’ on whether Senate can pass gun reform after Uvalde
Whether or not the Senate will be able to pass gun reform legislation remains unknown, Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., told "Fox News Sunday."
Video: Ted Cruz was confronted after NRA conference by ex-House candidate at Houston restaurant: '19 children died! That's on your hands!'
"Why did you come here to the convention to take blood money? Why, when 19 children died?" A former House candidate asked Cruz in the video.
5 dead after 2 boats collide in Georgia
Four others were rescued, with one having to be airlifted out of the water with an apparent leg injury.
In Georgia, 2 Black candidates to compete for Senate seat
COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) — Wayne Black was one of the few African Americans in the crowd as about 100 people gathered recently at the Republican Party headquarters near Columbus, Georgia, to hear from U.S.
Friends with benefits: Sussmann trial is a black eye for the FBI
The combined record makes certain echelons within FBI look like the equivalent of unindicted co-conspirators.
Biden missing in action as Iranians protest regime and declare 'America is not the enemy'
President Joe Biden is radio silent after days of protests against Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, rising food prices and the collapse of an Abadan apartment building.
Critical fire condition warnings issued across US Southwest
Warnings of critical fire conditions blanketed much of the U.S. Southwest on Saturday, as crews in northern New Mexico worked to stop the growth of the nation's largest active wildfire. The 7-week-old fire, the largest in New Mexico history, has burned 491 square miles (1,272 square kilometers)...
Garland urges public service in Harvard address: ‘Democracy is under threat’
Attorney General Merrick Garland urged Harvard University’s graduating class to go into public service to combat the ongoing turmoil in the U.S., saying that “democracy is under threat.” Del…
Ukraine war: President Zelensky visits Kharkiv in first trip outside Kyiv region
The president thanked troops on the country's eastern front line, and sacked the local security chief.
Rep. Mo Brooks: Rise in mass shootings due to 'decline in moral values'
Rep. Mo Brooks said the U.S. needs to address what is motivating school shootings, rather than infringe upon Americans' Second Amendment rights to bear arms.
San Diego Bishop McElroy named by Pope Francis as a cardinal
Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego, one of Pope Francis' ideological allies who has often sparred with more conservative U.S. bishops, was named by the pope on Sunday as one of 21 new cardinals .
Uvalde's only pediatrician shares the horror of treating school shooting victims
As the only pediatrician in Uvalde, Texas, Dr. Roy Guerrero was called to the hospital to help shooting victims. There, he found patients he has known since they were infants.
'It's not our fault,' NRA convention attendee says of Uvalde shooting
NRA convention attendees and protesters talk gun control with ABC News' Rachel Scott.
Reporter in Uvalde: Biden visit stoking 'a lot of outrage'
There is "a lot of outrage" over President Joe Biden visiting Uvalde, Texas, days after a mass shooting killed 21 in a local elementary school, according to a reporter there.
Adam Kinzinger Calls Gun Age Limits 'A No-Brainer,' Considers Assault Weapon Ban
“Can we stop all of it? No. Can we mitigate it? Certainly. And we should be doing that now," the Illinois Republican said of gun violence following last week's mass shooting.
‘Death to Arabs’ chanted in Jerusalem march
Scuffles ensued as nationalists celebrated an Israeli holiday.
Vermont likely to elect its 1st woman to Congress this year
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — With a rare opening this fall in its congressional delegation, Vermont appears poised to lose its distinction as the only state that has never been represented by a woman in Washington.
Hurricane Agatha forms in Pacific off Mexican coast, first of 2022
Hurricane Agatha has formed off Mexico's southern Pacific coast with maximum sustained winds near 75 mph, becoming the first hurricane of the 2022 season.
U.S. EPA approves emergency fuel waiver in Texas after refinery outage
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an emergency air-quality waiver through June 6 to boost supplies of gasoline in East Texas after production was cut at a regional refinery.
Pervasive malaise may be the Democrats’ biggest midterm challenge
For Democrats, the national forecast keeps going from bad to worse. Consumer prices are rising. President Biden’s approval rating is falling. Mass shootings are endemic. Race relations are st…
Energy secretary: US offshore wind jobs should be union jobs
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — The growing offshore wind industry is often touted as a boon for job creation, but who will do the work? The U.S. energy secretary and Danish wind developer Orsted say they want American union workers to build offshore wind farms to dot the U.S.
Christian nationalism on the rise in some GOP campaigns
A movement known as Christian nationalism is making its presence known in many Republican primary races this year.
Mo Brooks: Testimony before Jan. 6 panel should be public, occur after Senate primary runoff
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) said on Sunday that he would refuse to testify before the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol if it is in private or before his Sena…
The gun legislation Congress has passed and rejected amid mass shootings: Timeline
From the assault weapons ban and Brady bill to a push to expand background checks, here is a look at how federal gun legislation has fared in Congress.
Kamala Harris's awkward moments, a nonexhaustive list
President Joe Biden is known for his verbal missteps, but Vice President Kamala Harris, Biden's heir presumptive, is providing Republican operatives with just as much fodder before the 2022 midterm elections and a second possible White House campaign.
Uvalde shooting victims included 6 current Little League players
"Hard to recall anything darker" than Tuesday, when the youth ballplayers were gunned down in their South Texas elementary school.
3 more bodies found after Georgia boat crash; man charged
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Searchers recovered the bodies of three missing boaters Sunday after two vessels collided on a Georgia river, bringing the crash's death toll to five people. One of the surviving boaters was charged with boating under the influence.
Uvalde funeral homes overwhelmed — but not alone — in preparing for burials
The first funerals for the 21 victims will take place on Tuesday, said Jimmy Lucas, president of the Texas Funeral Directors Association.
Justice Department to investigate police response in Uvalde
Police have been criticized for waiting too late to confront the gunman.
To deter China on Taiwan, Biden needs to reassure
Biden changed U.S. policy, seemingly off the cuff. But deterring China from invading Taiwan will take more than what he's done so far.
After court, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's careers face another trial
After six weeks of testimony in a defamation trial that has aired the good, bad and the very ugly of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's former relationship, the case is now in the hands of the jury.
Turkey's Erdogan still against Finnish, Swedish NATO bids
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey’s president has told journalists he still intends to block Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO. Recep Tayyip Erdogan said meetings this week with Finnish and Swedish delegations had not been “at the expected level,” noting there had been no steps taken to alleviate...
Russian troops storm city amid eastern Ukraine bombardments
Ukrainian officials said Russian forces were storming the eastern city of Sievierodonetsk.
Peru opens criminal investigation of President Castillo
Peru's attorney general's office announced on Sunday it was including President Pedro Castillo in an investigation into alleged crimes including influence peddling, collusion and "criminal organization."
Pentagon under pressure to protect abortion access
Lawmakers and advocates are pressing the Department of Defense to protect access to abortion for servicewomen as the Supreme Court appears poised to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. …
ABC, NBC, CNN guests weigh in on whether Congress will finally act on gun control: 'A different moment'
NBC, CNN and ABC guests and analysts weighed in on whether Congress will come together and pass bipartisan legislation on guns following the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting.
G-7 pledges put coal on notice, could boost climate aid
BERLIN (AP) — Officials from the Group of Seven wealthy nations announced Friday that they will aim to largely end greenhouse gas emissions from their power sectors by 2035, making it highly unlikely that those countries will burn coal for electricity beyond that date.
North Carolina Republican: NRA has been pushed to the right
He also argued that gun violence is a cultural issue.
Stampede breaks out at Brooklyn's Barclays Center after false report of active shooter
About 10 people were taken to hospitals with minor injuries, police said.
Summer not your favorite time of the year? You're not alone | CNN
Surveys find that more Americans believe Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer than any other occasion. As the calendar turns from the rebirth of spring to the sweltering heat of summer, here are five statistics to mark the occasion.
Nepal suspends search for missing plane with 22 on board
Officials said bad weather and mountainous terrain hampered their efforts to locate the plane.
Texas GOP Senator argues 'second guessing' police after Uvalde shooting is 'distracting, unfair'
Despite law enforcement changing their story about the shooting at least a dozen times, GOP Sen. John Cornyn tweeted on Saturday the "second-guessing" of police response is "unfair."
Wedding boom suffers some of the worst of inflation and supply chain snarls
Wedding planners are being stretched thin as the pandemic fades into the rearview mirror and couples clamor to walk down the aisle, and the industry is a microcosm of the headwinds of soaring inflation and supply chain snarls battering the economy at large.
A good man: Exhibits honor 'Peanuts' creator Schulz on 100th
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — In a series of “Peanuts” comic strips that ran in mid-April of 1956, Charlie Brown grasps the string of his kite, which was stuck in what came to be known in the long-running strip as the “kite-eating tree.”
Why significant gun restrictions are unlikely to pass Congress
If there’s one thing members of both parties agree on it is this: Congress is unlikely to pass significant gun control legislation, even after two shocking mass shootings in Buffalo, N.Y. and Uvald…
WNBA star Liz Cambage accused of directing racial slur at Nigerian players before Tokyo Olympics: Report
WNBA star Liz Cambage reportedly directed a racial slur at members of the Nigerian national team during a closed-door scrimmage before last summer's coronavirus-delayed Olympics in Tokyo.
Migrants stranded in Mexico perform opera to dramatize their experiences
Dozens of migrants performed an opera in the Mexican border city of Tijuana on Saturday aimed at dramatizing the struggles of those who seek to reach the United States.
'Horrifying' conspiracy theories swirl around Texas shooting
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — By now it's as predictable as the calls for thoughts and prayers: A mass shooting leaves many dead, and wild conspiracy theories and misinformation about the carnage soon follow.
Republicans offer contrasting views on gun law reform
Adam Kinzinger is open to changing laws; Mo Brooks wants to protect the Second Amendment.
Air travelers face cancellations over Memorial Day weekend
More than 1,500 flights were canceled as of Saturday night, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.
Trump targets Liz Cheney at Wyoming rally days after his high-profile endorsements flopped
Cheney, a staunch conservative, has stood her ground against Trump and is running for reelection this year. He has endorsed Harriet Hageman, an attorney running for the House in the Wyoming Republican primary.
Flag-waving Israelis take to streets, skirmishes erupt in Al-Aqsa mosque
Tens of thousands of flag-waving Israeli nationalists, some chanting "Death to Arabs", marched through the Muslim quarter of Jerusalem's Old City on Sunday, defying threats of retaliation from Palestinian militants.
EXPLAINER: Social media and the Texas shooter's messages
Could technology companies have monitored ominous messages made by a gunman who Texas authorities say massacred 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school? Could they have warned the authorities?
Bidens meet families of Uvalde school shooting victims
President Biden and first lady Jill Biden on Sunday met with survivors of the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting, as well as families of the victims of the massacre. The Bidens traveled to Uvalde on Su…
Matthew McConaughey visits hometown of Uvalde after shooting to meet with families
McConaughey was born in Uvalde, Texas, and his mother, a teacher, worked at St. Philip’s Episcopal School, about a mile from Robb Elementary School, the site of the shooting.
Allegations of industry influence rock mine safety commission
A newly obtained memo outlines a Republican commissioner's use of a "Network" of inside and outside advisers when weighing personnel matters at the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission.
Renewed calls for Griner's release from Russian jail
Players intensify their calls for Brittney Griner's release from Russian prison on the 100th day of the basketball star's detention.
Sudan lifts state of emergency imposed since last year’s coup
Military leader General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan issues a decree lifting the emergency, the ruling sovereign council says.
Photos: Mourning in Texas
Memorial tributes continue for the 19 children and two teachers shot to death by a heavily armed gunman at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022.
New Yorkers can now choose "X" gender marker on their state ID
The new policy was rolled out just days before the start of Pride Month and is part of New York's Gender Recognition Act, which will go into effect on June 24.
Box Office: 'Top Gun: Maverick' Debuts to Stratospheric $124 Million
Tom Cruise may have pulled off one of the most daring stunts of his career -- getting audiences to go to the movies for something that doesn't involve superheroes.
Cultra beach: Child finds live WW1 grenade
The live World War One grenade was "capable of exploding", the police said.
Gas prices have hit record highs but don't expect Biden to lower them: 'They already used their biggest bullet'
"Now [the Biden Administration] is in a fairly desperate situation. It may be an impossible task," a top oil analyst told Insider.
At least 4 states now offering monkeypox vaccine to at-risk contacts
Health officials are responding to at least 13 monkeypox cases identified in eight different states.
Strange Bedfellows: Farmers and Big Greens square off against Biden and the GOP
White House support for an “interstate CO2 highway system” is scrambling alliances in Iowa.
Port Harcourt: Nigeria church crush leaves 31 dead
Police say the crowd became "uncontrollable" at a charity event where food was handed out to the poor.
Time is ticking to replace the Pentagon’s 1970s-era Doomsday planes
Built to survive a nuclear attack, these Air Force aircraft are expected to fly well past their 50th birthday.
Iranian 'immunity' is over, Israeli Prime Minister Bennett says
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday Iran would not go unpunished for instigating attacks through its proxies, speaking a week after the assassination in Tehran of a Revolutionary Guards colonel that has been blamed on Israel.
Criticism of police response in Uvalde shooting piles up
A Texas lawmaker said some of the shooting victims might have survived.
Texas shooting: How false rumours spread that gunman was trans
Images of three trans women were shared online purporting to be of the gunman after the school shooting.
Why this inflation is different
Commentators and politicians are frightening Americans about inflation without understanding and explaining why it burst on the scene last summer as COVID-19 receded. A growing consensus among infl…
Texas shooting: US gun control claims fact-checked
Following the school shooting, US politicians have made a series of claims about gun violence.
Transcript: Nicole Hockley and Jaclyn Corin on "Face the Nation," May 29, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Nicole Hockley and Jaclyn Corin that aired on Sunday, May 29, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
Transcript: Ronald Garza on "Face the Nation," May 29, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Uvalde County Commissioner Ronald Garza that aired on "Face the Nation" on May 29, 2022.
Transcript: U.S. Rep. Val Demings of Florida on "Face the Nation," May 29, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with U.S. Rep. Val Demings of Florida that aired on May 29, 2022, on "Face the Nation." The full interview transcript can be found below.
Transcript: Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut on "Face the Nation," May 29, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Sen. Chris Murphy that aired on Sunday, May 29, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
Transcript: Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on "Face the Nation," May 29, 2022
The following is a transcript of an interview with Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson that aired on Sunday, May 29, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
What restrictions were in place the last time COVID cases were so high
Last time COVID-19 cases were this high, in summer 2021, several indoor venues mandated masks and vaccine passports were in effect in many large cities.
Shanghai eases return to work, moves to support economy
Shanghai authorities will cancel many conditions for businesses to resume work from Wednesday, a city official said on Sunday, easing a city-wide lockdown that began some two months ago, and will also introduce policies to support its battered economy.
Beijing, Shanghai ease COVID restrictions as outbreaks fade
BEIJING (AP) — Shoppers returned to the malls of Beijing on Sunday as the Chinese capital relaxed pandemic restrictions after declaring a small but persistent COVID-19 outbreak effectively under control.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom tests positive for Covid-19 | CNN Politics
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has tested positive for Covid-19 and is taking antiviral medication, his office announced Saturday.
N. Korea moves to soften curbs amid doubts over COVID counts
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and other top officials discussed revising stringent anti-epidemic restrictions during a meeting Sunday, state media reported, as they maintained a widely disputed claim that the country’s first COVID-19 outbreak is slowing.
‘It took just 10 days for everyone to be infected’
More than half of those to die in the latest wave to hit Hong Kong were care home residents.
Newsom Tests Positive For Covid Just 10 Days After His Second Booster Shot
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced today that he has tested positive for Covid-19, despite being doubled vaxxed and boosted. He is exhibiting only mild symptoms and will begin taking Paxlov…
Doctor who smuggled, sold drug as COVID ‘cure’ sentenced
A San Diego doctor was sentenced Friday to 30 days of custody and one year of house arrest for attempting to smuggle hydroxychloroquine into the U.S. and sell COVID-19 “treatment kits” at the begin…
North Korea moves to soften curbs amid doubts over COVID counts
North Korea's Kim Jong Un met with leaders Sunday to ease COVID-19 restrictions as case numbers fall despite more than 89,500 patients with reported fever symptoms.
In Long COVID, Blood Markers Are Linked to Neuropsychiatric Symptoms - Neuroscience News
Researchers have identified elevated levels of a biomarker in the blood that persists for months in long COVID patients who experience neuropsychiatric symptoms.
As the pandemic ebbs, long-haul Covid still drains patients and confounds doctors
Researchers still don’t know precisely how many get long Covid, what causes it or how best to treat it