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Call For Evacuation in Part of Ukraine, WH Reacts to Russian Gains

Call For Evacuation in Part of Ukraine, WH Reacts to Russian Gains

Russia is showing off the ground it has gained in Ukraine. Meanwhile, a governor in a region of Ukraine calls for an evacuation.

July 5th, 2:44 PM PDT by Frank McCaffrey
Inflation Making 4th of July an Expensive Day

Inflation Making 4th of July an Expensive Day

The price of both food for cookouts and fireworks has gone up this year. We spoke with some consumers about whether inflation is ruining their 4th of July.

July 4th, 2:25 PM PDT by Frank McCaffrey
Ricky Martin Faces Restraining Order in Puerto Rico

Ricky Martin Faces Restraining Order in Puerto Rico

A judge has issued a restraining order against Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin, police said Saturday. The order was signed Friday, and authorities visited an upscale neighborhood in the north coastal town of Dorado where the singer lives to try to ser

July 3rd, 1:57 PM PDT by Erin Hatfield
Several Dead in Copenhagen Shopping Mall Shooting

Several Dead in Copenhagen Shopping Mall Shooting

A gunman opened fire inside a busy shopping mall in Copenhagen on Sunday, killing several people and wounding several others, police said. A 22-year-old Danish man was arrested. Police said there was no indication that anyone else was involved in the atta

July 3rd, 4:19 PM PDT by Erin Hatfield
Alpine Glacier Chunk Detaches, Killing at Least 5 Hikers

Alpine Glacier Chunk Detaches, Killing at Least 5 Hikers

A large chunk of Alpine glacier broke loose Sunday afternoon and slid down a mountainside in Italy, sending ice, snow and rock slamming into hikers on a popular trail on the peak, killing at least five and injuring eight, authorities said. It couldn't imm

July 3rd, 11:18 AM PDT by Erin Hatfield
Austrian FM: War in Ukraine Affecting Food Supplies

Austrian FM: War in Ukraine Affecting Food Supplies

The Austrian foreign minister reiterated on Sunday that Russia's aggression is halting the Black Sea's grain exports, and threatening a global food crisis. Alexander Schallenberg made the statement at a joint news conference with his Egyptian counterpart

July 3rd, 10:40 AM PDT by Erin Hatfield

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In the midst of chaotic shooting, strangers save a young boy

In the midst of chaotic shooting, strangers save a young boy

In the midst of the chaos of a Chicago-area parade massacre, a woman walked up to Greg Ring and handed him a 2-year-old boy, covered in blood.

20 hrs 1 min ago
EXPLAINER: Should red-flag law have stopped parade shooting?

EXPLAINER: Should red-flag law have stopped parade shooting?

Days after a rooftop gunman killed seven people at a parade, attention has turned to how the assailant obtained multiple guns and whether the laws on Illinois books could have prevented the Independence Day massacre.

13 hrs 40 mins ago
Rural Florida county shocked by fentanyl deaths over holiday

Rural Florida county shocked by fentanyl deaths over holiday

A small, rural county just west of Florida’s capital is stunned by an unheard-of spike in deadly drug overdoses believed to be caused by fentanyl mixed with other illegal drugs.

16 hrs 1 min ago
Police: July 4 mass shooting thwarted in Virginia's capital

Police: July 4 mass shooting thwarted in Virginia's capital

Police in Richmond, Virginia, say they thwarted a planned July 4 mass shooting after receiving a tip that led to arrests and the seizure of multiple guns.

23 hrs 6 mins ago
Police: Parade shooting suspect contemplated 2nd shooting

Police: Parade shooting suspect contemplated 2nd shooting

Police say the man charged with killing seven people when he unleashed a hail of bullets on an Independence Day parade from a rooftop in suburban Chicago legally bought the high-powered rifle used in the shooting and four other weapons, despite threatening violence.

July 6th, 5:18 AM PDT
More flexibility proposed for student debt forgiveness

More flexibility proposed for student debt forgiveness

New rules proposed by the Biden administration on Wednesday would make it easier for borrowers to get their federal student debt forgiven through several existing programs.

20 hrs 46 mins ago
Report: Justice Department probing Texas' border mission

Report: Justice Department probing Texas' border mission

Records show the U.S. Department of Justice is investigating potential civil rights violations in Texas’ multibillion-dollar border security mission.

19 hrs 46 mins ago
Biologists' fears confirmed on the lower Colorado River

Biologists' fears confirmed on the lower Colorado River

Confirming their worst fears for record-low lake levels, National Park Service fisheries biologists have discovered that a non-native predator fish has made its way through Glen Canyon dam to the lower Colorado River, where it can prey on ancient native fish they have been working to reestablish.

21 hrs 46 mins ago

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Russian Onslaught Continues in Ukraine, Can Putin Be Broken Down?

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