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SpaceX launches 2nd batch of Starlink satellites

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched more Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit from Florida on Saturday. (May 14)      
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Senate nears vote on $39.8 billion Ukraine aid bill
The measure has already cleared the House with overwhelming bipartisan support.
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Police investigate officer's killing of bear that left 2 cubs orphaned
The cubs were orphaned last week when their mother, known as "Bobbi the Bear," was shot in Newtown.
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Ukraine's Hopes of Joining EU Crushed as France, Germany Resist
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has warned that there are "no shortcuts" for countries to join the economic bloc.
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Спецназовцы уничтожили четыре неразорвавшиеся ракеты в Харьковской области
Спецназовцы уничтожили четыре неразорвавшиеся ракеты в Харьковской области
Harry—Stripped of His Military Titles—Will Soon Mark a Major Milestone
Prince Harry is approaching the 10-year anniversary of a life-changing tour of Afghanistan in which he served as co-pilot gunner on an Apache helicopter.
Названа причина массового отравления в детсаду Тобольска
Названа причина массового отравления в детсаду Тобольска
МИД: Вопрос доступа к украинским портам должен быть увязан с отменой антироссийских санкций
Решение продовольственного кризиса в мире требует снятия антироссийских санкций со стороны США и ЕС, которые мешают свободной торговле, включая пшеницу и удобрения. Об этом заявил заместитель министра иностранных дел РФ Андрей Руденко
McDonald's назвал имя нового владельца своих российских ресторанов
McDonald's назвал имя нового владельца своих российских ресторанов
Госдума приняла закон об электронных турпутевках
Госдума приняла закон об электронных турпутевках
Как Россия ответит на акты вандализма с мемориалами памяти в Прибалтике
В Риге в ответ на решение Думы снести памятник Освободителям от фашизма намечаются два митинга: разрешенный и запрещенный. "Нужно добиваться соблюдения подписанных с Латвией межгосударственных соглашений", - считает экс-посол РФ в Латвии Александр Удальцов
Boeing Starliner ready for third try to reach ISS
After a series of costly setbacks and delays, Boeing is ready to try again to fly its new spacecraft, Starliner, to the International Space Station. Kris Van Cleave reports from the Kennedy Space Center.
Buffalo Bills show community support in wake of shooting
Players for the Buffalo Bills showed their support for their grieving community Wednesday, paying their respects to the lives lost in Saturday's massacre. Jericka Duncan reports.
Republican Attacks on Social Media Are Doomed to Fail. That Won't Stop Them | Opinion
Social media companies targeting those who spread falsehoods with suspension is perfectly within their right as a private company.
Holly Holm out to show there’s life in UFC after 40
Holly Holm couldn’t have imagined 20 years ago she’d be 40 and headlining a fight card, as she will Saturday against Ketlen Vieira.
The rise of COVID cases, hospitalizations nationwide
The United States has seen a threefold increase in daily COVID-19 cases over the past month. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss the latest on the rise.
Former President George W. Bush condemns Putin's invasion of Iraq — instead of Ukraine
In a speech, Bush criticized "the decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq — I mean of Ukraine."
The retro Volkswagen ID.Buzz electric minivan will not be cheap
Volkswagen's ID.Buzz electric minivan will have a base price of approximately $55,000 when deliveries begin in Europe this fall ahead of U.S. sales in 2024.
Lori Lightfoot, Kim Foxx slammed by Chicago 911 dispatcher: 'City is done' without a leadership change
Chicago 911 dispatcher Keith Thornton, Jr. slammed The Windy City's leadership for its refusal to support law enforcement amid a recent crime surge on 'Fox & Friends First.'
FDA commissioner to testify about baby formula shortage
U.S. FDA Commissioner Robert Califf is scheduled to testify before Congress today discussing the continuing baby formula shortage. The Biden administration is taking the rare step of invoking the defense production act and launching an effort to import more baby formula from overseas. Nikole Killion reports.
Vice President Kamala Harris to meet with Abortion providers
The Biden administration has vowed to fight for a woman's constitutional right to abortion. On Thursday at the White House, Vice President Kamala Harris will hear directly from doctors and nurses on the frontlines. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Пострадавшим от природных пожаров омичам бесплатно предоставят землю
Пострадавшим от природных пожаров омичам бесплатно предоставят землю
Markets fell precipitously after bad earnings reports from Target and Walmart
Stocks plummeted on Wall Street Wednesday, as poor results from retailers led to renewed fears. Jill Schlesinger has more.
Scientists discover hidden forest inside massive sinkhole in China
A cave exploration team discovered a giant sinkhole in Leye County, China. See the ancient trees growing out of the well-preserved forest.
El Paso, Texas planning emergency declaration to deal with border crisis: report
El Paso, Texas is reportedly looking into declaring a state of emergency to get funding to deal with a high volume of migrants entering the city.
Shocking images emerge of suspect in deadly bow-and-arrow rampage in Norway
The footage emerged this week after Andersen Bråthen pleaded guilty to a slew of charges in the October 2021 attack, including five counts of murder as well as 11 others of attempted murder.
Pressure? 'Bring it on': Jon Scheyer plans to keep Duke in title form in post-Coach K era
Hall of Famer Mike Krzyzewski has retired, and Jon Scheyer, 34, is in charge. He says he is ready for the pressure -- and to build off Duke legacy.
Госдума приняла закон о штрафах для поджигателей леса
Госдума приняла закон о штрафах для поджигателей леса
Eye Opener: New push to tackle nationwide baby formula shortage
Congress takes action to increase baby formula supplies. Also, the markets suffer their biggest drop in nearly two years amid concerns over retailers. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.
Госдума одобрила проект об онлайн-медосмотрах водителей
Медосмотры водителей перед рейсами смогут официально проводить в дистанционном режиме. Такой законопроект приняла Госдума в первом чтении. Согласно поправкам, Минздрав определит порядок проведения осмотров водителей после и перед сменой
Support for Black Lives Matter Plummets Among African Americans: Poll
A survey of 1,000 people by the University of Massachusetts Amherst found support for the movement and police reform has dropped since April 2021.
Washington state gas stations run out of fuel, prep for $10 a gallon
Gas stations in Washington state are resetting price boards to accommodate double digits in preparation of the price of fuel reaching $10 a gallon.
'One Trick Pony'—Donald Trump Condemned for Pennsylvania Voter Fraud Remark
The former president said that his endorsed candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz should "declare victory" to make it "harder for them to cheat with the ballots."
Путин проведет Совбез по кибербезопасности
Путин проведет Совбез по кибербезопасности
Commentary: After nine years, endless delays and a corruption probe, what's next for Angel Stadium?
If the Angel Stadium deal collapses, what happens? The Angels have options, but few of them would be a win for taxpayers.
Ukraine war: Russian soldier on trial for war crimes begs for 'forgiveness'
A Russian soldier on trial for war crimes in Ukraine begged the country for "forgiveness" on Thursday.
Mom Backed for Insisting Daughter Go to College or Pay 'Realistic' Rent
The mother is considering raising her daughter's rent contribution to cover a quarter of all bills.
DOJ accuses casino mogul Steve Wynn of lobbying on behalf of China
The DOJ is suing casino mogul Steve Wynn to compel him to register as a foreign agent for China, due to alleged lobbying he did during the Trump administration.
В Европу и Америку вернулась обезьянья оспа, зафиксированы десятки случаев
С конца апреля в Европе и Северной Америке отмечается небывалая вспышка обезьяньей оспы. Это инфекционное заболевание широко распространено в Африке и почти никогда не фиксировалось в других местах, а теперь добралось даже до Скандинавии
Вышел фильм о съемках сериала "Чикатило"
Вышел фильм о съемках сериала "Чикатило"
Mom of 12 Reveals Her Family's Supersized McDonald's Order: 'Call Ahead'
"This is our basic lunch order. If I'm ordering dinner I'll add on extra burgers and nuggets," the mom said.
Timeline: The case against Vincent Simmons
Twin sisters accused a Black man of attacking them in 1977, but he insists he's innocent and has been fighting ever since to clear his name.
Russia Firing Senior Commanders Who Performed Poorly in Ukraine: U.K.
Russian army chief Valery Gerasimov likely remains in his post, but it is unclear whether he retains Putin's confidence, the British defense ministry said.
Captive medic's bodycam shows firsthand horror of Mariupol
A celebrated Ukrainian medic recorded her time in Mariupol on a data card no bigger than a thumbnail
George W. Bush misspeaks on Russian invasion calling Ukraine 'Iraq' during speech
Former president George W. Bush was heavily criticized after he invaded Iraq after the 9/11 attacks on the United States.
See former Russian colonel's big change after criticizing Putin's war on state TV
Mikhail Khodarenok, a former Russian colonel, criticized Putin's invasion of Ukraine on state TV but backtracked and had a remarkably different tone later. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
NYC EMT shot by patient in ambulance
Police say it happened after EMTs were dispatched to pick up a drunk and disorderly man outside a bar in the borough of Staten Island.
Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza finally returns to menus
Taco Bell's highly anticipated Mexican Pizza finally returns to menus Thursday following a roughly two-year hiatus.
Russia Uses Ukraine’s Azovstal POWs in Demented New Propaganda Plot
Handout via ReutersAfter weeks of setbacks in Vladimir Putin’s “special military operation” in Ukraine, the Kremlin has now seized on a chance to use prisoners of war as part of new propaganda efforts, while Ukrainian authorities warn many of them are actually being held in a “concentration camp.”Russia’s Defense Ministry on Thursday said a total of 1,730 Ukrainian soldiers from Mariupol’s decimated Azovstal steel plant had surrendered this week alone, with 771 fighters supposedly laying down their weapons over the past 24 hours. Ukrainian authorities have been reluctant to divulge too many details, warning that it could derail the “rescue operation,” but confirmed Tuesday that 53 severely wounded troops had been taken to a hospital in the occupied Donetsk region, and another 211 had been evacuated to the occupied village of Olenivka.Ukraine’s deputy defense minister cautioned against buying into Russian claims, however.Read more at The Daily Beast.