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Trump wants to see Biden impeached, and other Republicans are quick to pile on

Former President Donald Trump has made it clear he wants to see President Joe Biden impeached, and Trump's allies in Congress and rivals in the 2024 presidential race are eager to join that fight

Coast Guard relieves North Carolina commander due to ‘loss of confidence’ in his judgement

The U.S. Coast Guard says Capt. Matthew Baer has been relieved of his duties as commander of USCG Sector North Carolina due to a "los of confidence" in his abilities.

Mental health treatment revenue jumped almost 50% in U.S. from 2015 to 2021

Opioid addictions and the COVID-19 pandemic jacked up the collective revenue of U.S. mental health providers from $68 billion in 2015 to $103 billion in 2021, the Census Bureau reported Wednesday.

Trump wants to see Biden impeached, and other Republicans are quick to pile on

Donald Trump wants to see President Joe Biden impeached, and the former president's allies in Congress and his 2024 GOP presidential rivals are eager to join that fight as his own legal challenges mount.

Mega Millions jackpot hits $910 million ahead of Friday drawing

After no one won the $820 million Mega Millions jackpot in Tuesday night's drawing, the grand prize total has jumped up to $910 million for Friday's drawing.

U.S. Moves to Improve Airplane Bathrooms for People With Disabilities

New regulations announced by the Transportation Department will mandate that more new planes have accessible lavatories, though the requirement will not take effect for years.

Court Rejects New Sentencing for Al Qaeda Recruiter

Ali Hamza al-Bahlul is the only convict serving a life sentence at Guantánamo Bay. Lawyers have appealed his case six times.

Around the world

Ukrainian security service claims responsibility for October Crimea bridge blast

Ukraine’s security service has claimed responsibility for the first time for an explosion that badly damaged the Kerch Bridge linking the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula with Russia

Greece fires smash 2007 July emissions record in just over a week

The wildfires in Greece spiked on July 17, and have since spewed more carbon than wildfires have in the country in two decades.

NATO will step up security in Black Sea region after Russia declares parts are unsafe for shipping

NATO says it's stepping up surveillance of the Black Sea region as it condemned Russia’s exit from a landmark deal that allowed Ukrainian grain exports through the Black Sea

Indonesia blocks citing porn, gambling restrictions

Indonesia has blocked access to Elon Musk's rebranding of Twitter,, over porn and gambling concerns.

Belarusian journalist gets 6 years for covering anti-Lukashenko dissidents

Belarusian journalist Pavel Mazheika has been sentenced to six years in prison for covering and working for critics of authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko.

Kevin Spacey cleared of all charges in U.K. sexual assault trial

The actor had faced nine sexual offense charges​ related to incidents reported by four men that allegedly took place between 2001 and 2013 in the U.K.

China-Russia alliance poses a danger, Pacific commander warns

Military forces from China and Russia have engaged in operations in the Pacific since last week, prompting the commander of U.S. military forces in the Pacific to call the emerging alliance "dangerous.


Looming Retraction Casts Shadow Over Ranga Dias and Study of Superconductors

Misconduct allegations are leading scientists to question the work of Ranga Dias, including his claimed discovery of a room-temperature superconductor.

Sam Bankman-Fried faces potential gag order after witness-tampering allegations

Prosecutors said last week that Bankman-Fried, 31, had attempted to discredit their star witness, Caroline Ellison, who is expected to testify against Bankman-Fried at his trial in October.

Amazon promises ‘more deals’ for Prime Day 2023

BestReviews is reader-supported and may earn an affiliate commission. Amazon Prime Day 2023 is on July 11 and 12. This year, Amazon promises more deals than ever before. "Prime Day started as Amazon’s way of celebrating their own birthday," started Jacob Palmer of BestReviews.

G.M. and Other Automakers Will Build 30,000 Electric Vehicle Chargers

The companies will jointly spend at least $1 billion to build a North American network in an effort to persuade more people to buy battery-powered cars and trucks.

Twitter is now X. Here's what that means.

Elon Musk, who has long had a fascination with the letter X, is taking another step in turning the social platform into an "everything app.

Most Facebook users can now claim settlement money. Here's how.

Application to collect part of Meta's $725 million settlement is simple, requiring only a few minutes to fill out.

Google ad revenue rebounds, lifting Q2 profit as CFO Porat to assume new role

Advertisers who make up a big share of Alphabet's revenue have pulled back spending on untested advertising platforms, helping the Google parent and Meta Platforms.

Sports News

Celtics' Brown ready for expectations that come with new deal, wants to use it to impact community

Celtics star Jaylen Brown wants to win more than championships after inking the richest deal in NBA history

There was a problem with Scott Shaw’s defense expert in SJSU athletic trainer’s criminal trial

Defense for former San Jose State athletic trainer accused of sexually assaulting female athletes suffers setback as federal judge rules their expert witness was not qualified to testify “in the area of athletic trainers.

Aaron Rodgers takes $35 million pay cut with Jets in new deal that runs through 2024: reports

Aaron Rodgers is showing he wants to be in New York. The new Jets quarterback has reportedly taken a $35 million pay cut over the next two seasons.

Maximum Security's trainer gets 4 years in prison in racehorse-drugging scheme

The trainer of racehorse champion Maximum Security was sentenced to four years in prison on Wednesday for his role in a widespread international scheme to drug horses to make them race faster.

Aaron Rodgers sharing info and making sure his new Jets teammates have their 'brains turned on'

Aaron Rodgers strolled over to the New York Jets' defensive sideline, gave a few teammates pats on their backs and then got to Tony Adams.

Brian Harmon wins British Open for first-ever championship title

"I'm going to have a couple of pints out of this here trophy, I believe," Brian Harman said as he received the oldest trophy in golf.

Women’s World Cup: U.S. and the Netherlands Meet in Rematch of 2019 Final

The latest game between the countries offers different teams and different coaches — but the usual high stakes.

Politics News

FACT FOCUS: No head trauma or suspicious circumstances in drowning of Obamas’ chef, police say

Social media users are sharing false claims about the drowning death of former President Barack Obama’s personal chef on Martha’s Vineyard this week

UFO hearing key takeaways: What a whistleblower told Congress about UAP

A former military intelligence officer-turned-whistleblower told House lawmakers that Congress is being kept in the dark about unidentified anomalous phenomena.

Former Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan launches new national advocacy group

In an exclusive interview with CBS News, Ryan said his efforts in the coming year will be focused solely on convening policy events and on promoting an inclusive, pro-democracy dialogue among voters.

California Democrats ramp up pressure on Hollywood studios over actors' strike

California Democrats in Washington send studios and the actors union in Hollywood a letter imploring them to bargain in good faith to end strike.

Trump wants to see Biden impeached, and other Republicans are quick to pile on

Donald Trump wants to see President Joe Biden impeached, and the former president's allies in Congress and his 2024 GOP presidential rivals are eager to join that fight as his own legal challenges mount.

Top US Army Garrison West Point officer suspended pending investigation

The head of West Point U.S. Army garrison has been suspended for unspecified alleged conduct that is being investigated.

Republicans fume at Mayorkas over border policies at fiery House hearing: 'Our constituents want answers'

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas received a grilling from House Republicans on the chamber's Judiciary Committee on Wednesday over his handling of the border crisis.