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Humor columnist Alexandra Petri takes your questions and comments on the news and political in(s)anity of the day.
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washingtonpost.com
Saudi Arabia, citing pandemic, bans foreigners from hajj for 2nd year
Saudi Arabia is banning foreigners from attending the Hajj again this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
nypost.com
Calls for Alex Jones' Arrest Grow Louder After His $500K Donation to January 6 Rally Resurfaces
"Get Alex Jones under oath right now," tweeted veteran Navy Intelligence Officer Travis Akers.
newsweek.com
Marcus Stroman continues Mets’ pitching dominance in win over Padres
Marcus Stroman has been putting up All-Star caliber numbers, as well, and that continued when he pitched 6 ¹/₃ innings of one-run ball in Saturday’s 4-1 win over the Padres at Citi Field.
nypost.com
Disability advocate writes book on his life with Down syndrome
In his first book, "More Alike Than Different," disability rights advocate David Egan writes about his life as a public speaker with Down syndrome. Chip Reid has more.
cbsnews.com
GOP chair Ronna McDaniel slams 'anti-Semitic' Ilhan Omar
GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is calling on Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., to be removed from the House of Representatives after her inflammatory comments implying a comparison between the U.S., Israel, and Hamas.
foxnews.com
Hamas unloads on Ilhan Omar — for comparing terror group to the U.S.
Ilhan Omar is getting heat from all sides now. After get criticized by some fellow Democrats after comparing the US and Israel to Hamas, the terror group chimed in to denounce her words.
nypost.com
2 people, including a young child, are dead after being swept out by Florida currents. A man who tried to rescue them is missing
Two people -- including a 3-year-old child -- are dead and a third person is missing after being swept out by strong currents at a beach near Tampa, Florida, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister said.
edition.cnn.com
The Most Affluent Zip Codes in New York
We reveal the Big Apple's most affluent areas.
newsweek.com
Actors Who Quit Acting and Completely Switched Careers
A perhaps surprising number of Hollywood actors have decided to leave the movie and TV industry and carve out a new career.
newsweek.com
Commercial space travel gaining foothold in tourism industry
Vacationing in space is quickly becoming a reality, with several companies launching commercial programs to take civilians to outer space. Questions about sustainability and risk still remain, and the price tag is out of reach for everyone but the ultrawealthy. Mark Strassmann has more.
cbsnews.com
Someone Will Pay Almost $30 Million for an 11-Minute Flight to Space
The winning bidder will go on the Blue Origin spacecraft next month alongside billionaire Jeff Bezos and his brother.
slate.com
Marcus Ericsson grabs first IndyCar win after Will Power's car overheats in Detroit GP
Will Power had led nearly half Saturday's race, until his car overheated and couldn't restart during a late red flag. Marcus Ericsson took the lead and never let go.       
usatoday.com
Commemorating the fifth anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting
Saturday marks five years since the Pulse nightclub shooting, one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history. In 2016, a gunman opened fire at the gay nightclub, killing 49 people. Michael George has more on the legacy of this tragic event.
cbsnews.com
14 injured after shooting at bar in Austin, Texas
14 people were injured early Saturday in a mass shooting at a bar in downtown Austin, Texas. Police have one suspect in custody but another remains at large.
cbsnews.com
These New Yorkers dreamed up entirely new careers during the pandemic
Meet four New Yorkers ​who found a way to pivot from their old careers and take a leap of faith toward their passions.
nypost.com
California approaches full reopening amid low coronavirus cases
After more than 15 months of emergency restrictions, California is set to fully reopen on Tuesday. Roughly 142 million people in the U.S. are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Lilia Luciano reports.
cbsnews.com
Auction winner bids $28M to fly into space with Jeff Bezos
The winner will join the Amazon founder and his brother, Mark, on the six-seat craft's inaugural human flight.
nypost.com
Los Angeles County coronavirus case numbers and deaths continue to drop as reopening nears
Starting Tuesday, the state will remove most remaining restrictions on businesses and significantly relax mask-wearing rules for people who are vaccinated.
latimes.com
"CBS Weekend News" headlines for Saturday, June 12, 2021
Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Weekend News with Adriana Diaz."
cbsnews.com
Passengers help subdue unruly flier on cross-country Delta flight
Flight attendants on Flight 1730 from Los Angeles to Atlanta called on able-bodied men to help subdue an "unruly" passenger who started a fight.
nypost.com
Finland and Denmark fans chant 'Christian Eriksen' after player's collapse
Soccer fans chanted Christian Eriksen's name after the Danish player collapsed on the field in Copenhagen during a Euro 2020 match against Finland on Saturday, June 12. Credit: Tine Kastrup-Misir     
usatoday.com
One arrest made in Austin shooting incident
At least 14 people were injured in a mass shooting in downtown Austin, Texas, officials said. CNN's Pamela Brown talks to Austin Mayor Steve Adler about the arrest of one of the two suspects.
edition.cnn.com
Best Buy is having an epic 3-day sale just in time for Father's Day 2021
Father's Day 2021 is just around the corner, and you can save on tons of tech for dad, including TVs, tablets and more, at the Best Buy 3-day sale—shop now.      
usatoday.com
FBI raids home of Los Angeles-based actor who entered U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 with right-wing protesters
About 20 agents armed and outfitted in tactical gear raided the North Hollywood home of Siaka Massaquoi
latimes.com
Nicole Malliotakis introduces two new bills on tolling, accountability
Freshman Staten Island Rep. Nicole Malliotakis introduced two new bills last week, focusing on government accountability and protecting her constituents from higher tolls.
nypost.com
‘Crazy’ incident with Kevin Durant’s security guard has Bucks fired up
That a security guard employed by Kevin Durant and the Nets charged onto the court and actually bumped and shoved P.J. Tucker enlivened the Bucks
nypost.com
UFC 263: Official scorecards from Arizona
Check out the official scorecards from all 14 fights at UFC 263 at Gila River Arena in Glendale, Ariz.       Related StoriesPhotos: UFC 263 ceremonial weigh-ins and faceoffsPhotos: UFC 263 official weigh-insUFC Fight Night 189: Official scorecards from Las Vegas 
usatoday.com
Lost Leonardo da Vinci painting: Extraordinary or ‘made up piece of junk’?
Is it real or a fraud? New documentary “The Lost Leonardo,” takes a look at the Salvator Mundi painting and Robert Simon's quest to find out about its authenticity as an original Da Vinci.
nypost.com
Best star snaps of the week: Celebs shine bright with ‘pride’
Celebs like Victoria Beckham and JoJo Siwa show their pride while dog dad Justin Theroux celebrates pup Kuma’s Gotcha Day, J.Lo poses with cops and more.
nypost.com
UFC 263 play-by-play and results
MMA Junkie is reporting live from UFC 263, which sees Nate Diaz return to action as well as a rematch between Israel Adesanya and Marvin Vettori.      
usatoday.com
Amid neighborhood flag ban, couple installs rainbow lights for Pride
"A little less subtle than our simple flag," said Memo Fachino. "A lot more fun for anyone complaining about the flag itself and what it represents."
cbsnews.com
2 teens shot, 1 killed, while walking down Rochester street
Two teenagers were shot while reportedly walking down a busy street in Rochester, New York on Saturday -- leaving one dead -- police said.
nypost.com
‘Naked man’ park sightings have NYC residents baring their concerns
Upper West Siders are baring their concerns about naked men roaming the neighborhood, most notably in Theodore Roosevelt and Riverside parks.
nypost.com
Mass shootings stir US fears ahead of summer
Mass shootings stir US fears ahead of summer      
usatoday.com
Graduates celebrate new beginning for T.C. Williams High School
After student push, school named for segregationist to become Alexandria City High School
washingtonpost.com
Trump Demands China 'Pay Reparations' for COVID, Says $10 Trillion Not Enough
"The entire world has been not only disrupted, but it's almost been destroyed," the former president said Saturday.
newsweek.com
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Come True’ on Hulu, a Strangely Enthralling, Hallucinogenic Indie Sci-fi Thriller
This slow-burn flick is part horror creeper, part intellectual exercise.
nypost.com
Biden 'Won't Hold Back': Jen Psaki Shuts Down Putin Spox Who Says Navalny Won't Come Up At Summit
"Human rights abuses, the jailing of individuals, of course, of Americans, will all be part of the discussion," said the White House press secretary.
newsweek.com
Biden declines to mention Islamic State in Pulse massacre statement
President Joe Biden's statement on the Pulse Nightclub shooting didn't mention ISIS or terrorism despite the fact that the shooting is considered a terror attack.
nypost.com
Migrant crossings hit 10 year high this fiscal year amid border crisis, with four months to go
The number of migrants who have been encountered crossing illegally at the U.S. border so far this fiscal year has hit a 10 year high, with more than four months still to go -- as the Biden administration struggles to contain a continuing crisis at the southern border.
foxnews.com
He's on the left. I'm on the right. Here's what we learned talking to each other about America.
The choice to engage respectfully with our neighbors – to work together to rebuild America's civic health – is available to each of us every day.      
usatoday.com
MTA bus driver loses ‘dream job,’ sues after hemp tea taints blood test
Roy Hunter, 34, was trying to get healthier when he began drinking Iaso Instant Tea, a "broad-spectrum hemp extract" drink which is supposed to help people shed pounds.
nypost.com
Suicide attempts spike in teen girls during COVID-19 pandemic: study
Suicide attempts by adolescent girls surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, worsening as the second wave wore on, according to a new study.
nypost.com
Cleveland Browns' Jarvis Landry says Odell Beckham Jr. is 'even better' coming off torn ACL
Odell Beckham Jr. recently worked out with Cleveland Browns teammates in Texas, and Jarvis Landry thinks his close friend looks great during comeback.       
usatoday.com
There Are So Many Ted Bundy Movies That Two Ted Bundy Movie Directors Are Feuding Now
GettyGiven that there are already several Ted Bundy films floating around in the world (including two released last year) and that all of us have a finite amount of time on this planet, it seems fair to ask why we needed another. But when asked that very question during a Refinery29 interview, Amber Sealey—whose Bundy-centric film No Man of God premiered at Tribeca Film Festival on Friday—said that previous projects have missed the mark.“They always glorify him,” she said. “They make him out to be a male model—so smart, so charismatic, a master of disguise. I don’t see that. When I look at him and I watch interviews and I listen to the tapes, I see a deeply insecure, needy—almost like an incel—kind of guy who just wants accolades and wants people to tell him how great he is.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
thedailybeast.com
Zack Britton returns as Yankees bullpen moves closer to full strength
The Yankees’ bullpen got closer to being whole for the first time this season when Zack Britton returned on Saturday.
nypost.com
Cape Cod lobsterman’s whale of a tale sounds fishy, experts say
At least one doctor at the Cape Cod hospital that Michael Packard, who claims he was nearly swallowed by a humpback, expressed skepticism to The Post about the tale.
nypost.com