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Atlanta man arrested on warrant charges after arriving to hospital with gunshot wounds: police

A 37-year-old man that was taken to an Atlanta hospital after being shot was arrested on warrant charges after he failed to give details about the incident or suspect to police.

Woman found dead in Montana after grizzly bear mauling near Yellowstone identified

A woman who was found dead on the Buttermilk Trail near Yellowstone National Park in Montana has reportedly been identified as a 47-year-old former teacher from Derby, Kansas.

Police use excavator to dig up backyard of suspect in New York killings

Law enforcement sources told CBS News investigators are looking into whether any victims may have been killed at Rex Heuermann's house.

2 Women Found Dead After Going Hiking in Nevada Park

Their bodies were found in the Valley of Fire State Park in Clark County, Nev., a region in the midst of a heat wave.

Building near downtown Green Bay seriously damaged in overnight minivan crash

A minivan crashed into Green Bay, Wisconsin's Main Street Commons building overnight, destroying a significant portion of its façade and leaving part of its roof sagging.

‘Barbie’ Movie Gives Left and Right Another Battlefront

Political figures of all types grabbed for the legs of a doll-turned-movie-turned-cultural moment, with predictable results.

Former Louisiana police officer accused of shooting unarmed Black man faces second criminal charge

State prosecutors have added a charge of felony malfeasance in office against a former Louisiana police officer accused of fatally shooting an unarmed Black man earlier this year

Around the world

One of Libya's rival prime ministers returns to Tripoli on 1st commercial flight from Italy in years

One of Libya's rival prime ministers on Monday returned to the capital of Tripoli from Italy on a charter flight with a commercial airline, the first direct flight between the two countries in a decade.

Beijing vows to thwart renewed U.S. spying after CIA Director Burns' remarks

China will prevent the CIA from conducting intelligence operations in the country after CIA Director William Burns said last week the agency has made progress in rebuilding lost agent networks, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Monday.

Iranian Mothers Choose Exile for Sake of Their Daughters

Some have risked their lives to escape to Iraq or other nearby countries, where they have found havens to start over.

Navalny associate jailed as Russian opposition crackdown continues

An associate of imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been imprisoned on extremism charges as part of the Kremlin's ongoing crackdown on political activists

Israel Protests: Protests Intensify Across Israel Despite Netanyahu’s Offer to Delay Broader Judicial Overhaul

Demonstrations around the country came after the Israeli Parliament passed a contentious measure restricting the ways in which the Supreme Court can overrule the government. The country’s nationalist right celebrated the law’s passage as just the beginning.

Some US arms shipments to Ukraine ending up in hands of criminal gangs, arms traffickers, watchdog says

Ams and aid shipments to Ukraine have come with little oversight, according to a Defense Department report, with some weapons falling into the hands of criminal gangs.

Roof collapse at Chinese middle school gymnasium claims 11 lives in Qiqihar tragedy

Tragedy struck at a middle school gymnasium on Sunday in Qiqihar, China's far northeast, killing eleven people in a roof collapse. The final victim was recovered Monday morning.


Musk reveals new black-and-white X logo to replace Twitter's blue bird

Elon Musk has unveiled a new black-and-white "X" logo to replace Twitter's famous blue bird as he follows through with a major rebranding of the social media platform he bought for $44 billion last year.

Fukushima plant water release raises worries about setbacks to businesses, lives

Within weeks, the tsunami-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is expected to start releasing treated radioactive wastewater into the sea, a highly contested plan facing fierce protests in and outside Japan

Editorial: U.S. techs’ AI pledge provides glimmer of hope for safeguards

But Biden's deal with seven firms must lead to binding guardrails that protect privacy, ensure cybersecurity.

Column: Hollywood is on strike because CEOs fell for Silicon Valley's magical thinking

Inspired by the success of Netflix, Hollywood studios pursued Silicon Valley-style hypergrowth with tactics borrowed from the likes of Uber and Lyft.

No, photos won't be permanently deleted from your iPhone later this month

Despite some fears voiced by customers online, Apple will not be mass-deleting user photos from its devices near the end of the month.

Russia says Moscow and Crimea hit by Ukrainian drones while Russian forces bombard Ukraine's south

Russian authorities accused Ukraine of launching a drone attack on Moscow early Monday that saw one of the aircraft fall near the Defense Ministry's main headquarters and striking Crimea, while the Russian military unleashed new strikes on port infrastructure in southern Ukraine.

A.I. Regulation Is in Its ‘Early Days’

While there has been a flurry of activity by the White House and lawmakers over artificial intelligence, rules for the technology remain distant, lawmakers and experts said.

Sports News

Giants sign Brandin Bryant to add defensive line depth

Continuing to tinker with the roster prior to training camp, the Giants added depth on their defensive line with the signing of Brandin Bryant.

Oddsmakers list Commanders as heavy favorite to change their name

Oddsmakers have listed the Commanders as a heavy favorite to have a new name in time for the 2024 season, with both BetOnline and sister site putting the chance at -400.

Broncos' Eyioma Uwazurike suspended indefinitely for betting on NFL games

The NFL announced Monday that Denver Broncos defensive end Eyioma Uwazurike was suspended indefinitely for betting on NFL games during the 2022 season.

Following a historic start, the slumping Rays are suddenly playing catch-up in the AL East

Baseball’s best team for much of this season has seen a historic start give way to a July swoon that’s loosened its stranglehold on the top record in the American League

Is Jordan Love the future? Packers CEO says it may take 'at least half a season' to find out

Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy says it will probably take “at least half a season” for the team to know what it has in new starting quarterback Jordan Love

Kylian Mbappé Is Target of Record Offer From Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal

Al Hilal of the Saudi Professional League made a bid to Paris St.-Germain to acquire the French striker in what would be the most expensive soccer transfer in history.

World Cup ticket sales top 1.5 million in Australia and New Zealand

A New Zealand family of five purchased the tickets that took the sales total to 1.5 million for the Women’s World Cup on Monday.

Politics News

Biden freezes out Senate Republicans

President Biden promised to reach across the aisle to work with GOP lawmakers, but Republican senators say that since he took office, he won't give them the time of day.

Flood of Workers Has Made the Fed’s Job Less Painful. Can It Persist?

Federal Reserve officials thought job gains would taper off more, but they’ve remained strong. An improving supply of workers has been crucial.

White House officials head to Mexico for meetings on opioid crisis, migration

Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, President Biden's homeland security adviser, is leading the delegation to Mexico City.

Special counsel Jack Smith to get his own bobblehead

Jack Smith, who is overseeing the federal investigation into former President Donald Trump, will soon have his own bobblehead.

WH doubles down on widely scrutinized ‘lie’ about Florida slavery curriculum despite Black creator's pushback

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre doubled down on Vice President Kamala Harris' widely panned "lie" about Florida's new school curriculum on the history of slavery.

Rep. Tony Gonzales, who represents 800 miles of U.S.-Mexico border, calls border tactics "not acceptable"

U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales, whose district includes 800 miles of the U.S-Mexico border, tells "Face the Nation" that the enforcement tactics outlined by a Texas trooper are "not acceptable.

Global food prices threaten to tick back up, just as Biden was getting a break

Russian attacks on Ukraine’s export routes are roiling global commodity markets again, with little relief in sight.