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washingtonpost.com
Man Who Drove Into Minneapolis Protesters Was Attempting to 'Jump' Over Barricade With Car
Prosecutors say the St. Paul man who was accused of driving into a group of protesters in Minneapolis was attempting to "jump" the barricade with his car.
newsweek.com
Democrats Should Leap at the Chance to Take Joe Manchin’s Deal
They say not to let the perfect be the enemy of the good.
slate.com
Scott Disick buys $57K Helmut Newton print for Amelia Hamlin’s birthday
"It’s a fitting and iconic addition to Scott’s already impressive art and photography collection," ArtLife founder Avery Andon tells Page Six.
nypost.com
Joe Biden Spars With Reporter Who Asked Why He's 'Confident' Putin Will Change Behavior
"I'm not confident," the president responded. "When did I say I was confident?"
newsweek.com
Biden-Putin summit: Key takeaways from their high-stakes meeting
Here are key takeaways from the high-stakes summit between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
abcnews.go.com
IED Discovered, Destroyed In Front of Stadio Olimpico Ahead of 2020 Euro Game
A bomb was reported and defused outside of the Stadio Olimpico stadium prior to the 2020 Euro match between Italy and Switzerland. The bomb was reportedly not targeting the stadium, but a prominent leader in the redevelopment of historic parks and villas in Rome.
newsweek.com
NFL loosening many COVID restrictions for vaccinated players
The NFL and NFL Players Association have updated COVID-19 protocols to loosen restrictions for fully vaccinated players and to encourage others to get the vaccine.
foxnews.com
'RHOC' star Kelly Dodd reacts to Heather Dubrow rejoining cast after shakeups
Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Elizabeth Lyn-Vargas are also not returning to the Bravo franchise.
foxnews.com
Women dominate early field of new candidates for Montgomery County Council
Seven challengers have formally entered the Democratic primary race, all of them women.
washingtonpost.com
Fisherman frees great white shark from net in tense video
A fisherman off the coast of California went viral after he was filmed getting up close and personal with a great white shark to rescue it. Apparently, the large animal had become tangled in fishing lines that hadn’t been properly disposed of.
nypost.com
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Penguin Town’ On Netflix, Where Patton Oswalt Narrates The Penguin Mating Season In A South African Resort Town
Oswalt is the narrator and an EP of the new docuseries, which follows African penguins around Simon's Town, South Africa.
nypost.com
A tropical system is likely to form in the Gulf this week
The third named storm of the season will likely develop soon and bring drenching rains to the northern Gulf Coast by the end of the week. CNN meteorologist Jennifer Gray is tracking the latest.
edition.cnn.com
Kelly Dodd shades Golnesa after diss: ‘I don’t know that woman’
The "RHOC" alum is not going down without a (cat) fight, responding to the "Shahs" star with a line reminiscent of Mariah Carey's iconic quote.
nypost.com
GM Donnie Nelson, who brought Nowitzki, Doncic, leaving Mavs
Dallas Mavericks general manager Donnie Nelson, instrumental in the club's acquisitions of Dirk Nowitzki and Luka Doncic, is leaving the organization after 24 seasons.
foxnews.com
Juneteenth's path to becoming a federal holiday was a long time coming
It's the first federal holiday to be approved since Martin Luther King Jr. Day was established in 1983. Here's how the fight to recognize it evolved over the years.
edition.cnn.com
My Grandparents Gave My Dad Several Million Dollars to Buy a Business—but Won’t Pay My College Tuition
I’m resentful and broke.
slate.com
What came out of Biden's meeting with Putin
President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed topics ranging from climate change and human rights to allegations of election meddling and hacking during their historic meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe, CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer, CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini, CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis, CBSN tech reporter Dan Patterson and Heather Conley, senior vice president for Europe, Eurasia and the Arctic at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about what came out of the meeting.
cbsnews.com
Democratic Rep. Cuellar urges Kamala Harris to visit border amid immigration crisis
Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, invited Vice President Harris to his district to visit the U.S.-Mexico border and warned the "situation on the border will only worsen."
foxnews.com
Haiti eliminated from World Cup qualifier after goalkeeper Josue Duverger concedes own goal
Haiti’s hopes of making it to the World Cup stage came to an unfortunate end this week after goalkeeper Josue Duverger conceded one of his own goals in Tuesday's 3-0 loss to Canada. 
foxnews.com
Can Biden trust Putin? From on-time arrivals to a slow start, takeaways from Geneva summit
Summit between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin highlighted deep divisions between U.S. and Russia, but Biden said he accomplished what he set out to do.       
usatoday.com
Joe Manchin is ready to deal. But he’s focused on the wrong partners.
There are negotiations and compromises waiting to happen - with other Democrats.
washingtonpost.com
‘Pure insanity’: How Trump and his allies pressured the Justice Department to help overturn the election
New documents and emails reveal how far the president and his allies were willing to go to try to keep Trump in office.
washingtonpost.com
Biden apologizes after losing temper while addressing CNN's Kaitlan Collins: 'I shouldn't have been such a wise guy'
President Joe Biden on Wednesday apologized to CNN's chief White House correspondent, Kaitlan Collins, after he lost his temper while speaking with her at the end of his press conference following the Geneva summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
edition.cnn.com
State Media Attempt to Bully Putin into Toeing China Line at Biden Meeting
Chinese state media expressed anxiety about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday, pumping out editorials that cajoled and bullied Moscow into staying on the same page as Beijing so the two authoritarian regimes can form a new axis of global power.
breitbart.com
Woody Johnson back with Jets, believes team can be 'special'
Woody Johnson is happy to be back. And he wants nothing more than to see the New York Jets become winners.
foxnews.com
‘No Yellow!' Report: Hunter Biden Texts Snubbed Asian Women with Dehumanizing Language
Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, used the word "yellow" as shorthand to refer to Asian women during a text message exchange with a family member in 2019, according to a Wednesday report.
breitbart.com
5 takeaways from the summit between Biden and Putin
President Joe Biden's meeting Wednesday with his Russian counterpart came after months of diplomatic wrangling over the details, days of preparation with reams of research and the elaborate construction of two separate lakeside venues for the leaders to appear afterward.
edition.cnn.com
Baltimore Shooting Leaves Multiple People Injured
Wednesday's shooting comes on the heels of several others that required the attention of the Baltimore Police Department.
newsweek.com
Italian authorities defuse car bomb ahead of soccer match with Switzerland
A car bomb was discovered near an Olympic stadium in Rome Wednesday evening shortly before the Euro 2020 soccer match between Italy and Switzerland, according to local reports.
foxnews.com
Starlin Castro goes on restricted list to deal with ‘family matters’; Nats promote Luis García
“We talked last night and I just wanted to go and handle those matters,” Dave Martinez said. “I can’t get into specifics. One thing for is that Starlin is good. He just needs to take care of some stuff.”
washingtonpost.com
Crisis counselors are being hailed as police alternatives. It’s too heavy a burden, some say.
Police encounters with the mentally ill too often end in violence. These counselors in suburban Maryland know how to deescalate — but still want police backup.
washingtonpost.com
Employees At Seattle Hardware Store Attempt To Enforce Mask Policy Using Baseball Bat
"You're going to hit me with that bat? You taunt me with that bat?," asked customer Bobby Dixon before the brawl broke out.
newsweek.com
After meeting with Harris, Texas Dems concede federal voting rights battle in Senate
Democratic Texas lawmakers met with Vice President Harris, but conceded that while the administration wants to see federal voting reform pass, the hurdle is the Senate.
abcnews.go.com
UFOs could threaten U.S. security, pols say after Capitol Hill briefing
Capitol Hill lawmakers said Wednesday that UFOs could pose a threat to America's security, as they emerged from a briefing with Navy and FBI officials.
nypost.com
Paddleboarder spots moose swimming next to him
It’s always more fun to swim with a friend. A paddleboarder in Colorado recently filmed a unique experience he had while out on the water. Apparently, a local moose decided to take a swim alongside the surprised man. Jonathan Oetkin spotted the moose while he was out on the water paddleboarding in Summit County on Monday when he made...
nypost.com
Democrats woo Manchin on major voting bill in bid to win unified party support
Senate Democrats are engaged in a quiet courtship of West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin in an effort to garner unified party support for a sweeping elections overhaul bill despite the long odds that enough Republicans will ever back its passage.
edition.cnn.com
Woman found guilty of murdering husband with concoction of scalding water, sugar
Corinna Smith burned her husband's arms and body with a mixture of boiling water with and multiple bags of sugar. A report said Smith had confessed to a neighbor after the heinous crime.
nypost.com
Man Convicted of Baseball Bat Killing to Be South Carolina's First Execution in a Decade
State lawmakers recently passed legislation to force inmates to choose between the electric chair or a firing squad when lethal injection isn't available.
newsweek.com
Texans urged to conserve power through week as heat wave grips West
As a heat wave scorches the Southwest, bringing record-shattering temperatures, officials at the Texas power grid operator are warning residents to prepare for continued outages and to conserve energy.
foxnews.com
Broad Beach house of Oscar-winner Jack Lemmon lists for $13.45 million
On Malibu's Broad Beach, the waterfront brick beach house of late actor Jack Lemmon is on the market for $13.45 million.
latimes.com
Paris Jackson Opens Up About Her “Deepest Heartbreak Ever” on ‘Red Table Talk’: “It Was The Most Intense Betrayal I Felt So Far”
In a newly formatted episode of the Facebook Watch series, Jackson opened up about her life, with host Willow Smith.
nypost.com
Upstate NY judge resigns over alleged anti-LGBTQ Facebook posts
Kenneth Knutsen will be leaving his positions on July 1 as Town Court Justice and Village Court Associate Justice of Schoharie, according to the Committee on Judicial Conduct.
nypost.com
Subway Collapse That Killed 26 Blamed on Defects From Company of Mexico's Richest Man
Mexico City's deadly subway collapse that killed 26 people in early May was largely caused by defects in the elevated line, part of which was manufactured by the company of Mexico's richest man.
newsweek.com
Pointed toe shoes ruined medieval feet: study
Medieval researchers have found that bunions were as familiar a footwear problem then as they are today, particularly for those who partake in wearing fashionably slim and pointed toe shoes.
nypost.com
Deivi García is regressing as Yankees deal with pitching issues
Deivi García won’t be saving the Yankees anytime soon. The right-hander is struggling mightily at Triple-A Wilkes-Barre and may have hit rock bottom on Tuesday night in what eventually became a 12-6 win over the Syracuse Mets. The Yankees’ hyped pitching prospect allowed two hits and five runs, including a three-run home run to Travis...
nypost.com
Driver who plowed into Minneapolis protesters thought he was Jesus headed to Super Bowl: report
Minneapolis police on Tuesday released the name of the suspect pulled from his vehicle after allegedly ramming his SUV into a group of protesters, fatally striking one woman, as demonstrations persist over the deputy-involved shooting of Winston Boogie Smith Jr. by a U.S. Marshals task force.
foxnews.com
Ramsey leads Wales over Turkey 2-0 at Euro 2020
Aaron Ramsey scored the first goal to give Wales a 2-0 victory over Turkey at the European Championship.
foxnews.com