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Joint Chiefs spokesman defends Milley after revelations that fearing Trump, he conferred with China to avert armed conflict

In a statement, Col. Dave Butler said Milley “continues to act and advise within his authority in the lawful tradition of civilian control of the military.”
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Wes Unseld Jr. is a winner in his Wizards debut as Washington routs the Raptors
The son of the franchise icon got his first win thanks to a huge night off the bench by Montrezl Harrell and some strong defense.
Wes Unseld Jr. is a winner in his Wizards debut as Washington routs the Raptors
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Why does White House stay silent on migrant flights?: Devine
If President Biden thought illegal ­migrants were Republican voters, you know the southern border would be slammed shut tomorrow.
Japan's Mount Aso volcano spews plumes of ash, people warned away
A volcano erupted in Japan on Wednesday, blasting ash several miles into the sky and prompting officials to warn against the threat of lava flows and falling rocks, but there were no reports of injuries or casualties.
Sliwa calls Adams de Blasio ‘teammate’ in sleepy debate, but can’t get him to take ‘buffoonery’ bait
NYC may not sleep, but both mayoral candidates tried hard to make it happen during their first debate before voters head to the polls in November.
Reggie Jackson enjoying life with Astros and Jose Altuve
Reggie Jackson, now a member of the Astros' organization, has a shot to get an 11th World Series ring.
Nearly 40 Percent of US Gen Zs, 30 Percent of Christians Identify as LGBTQ, Poll Shows
The results differed significantly from a February Gallup poll that showed just 5.6 percent of U.S. adults of all ages are not "heterosexual or straight."
Climate Change Threatens to Spread Viruses Through an Unprepared World
The control of illnesses like malaria and cholera is under threat without more ambitious climate plans, the Lancet says
Senate Republicans filibuster Democratic election reform bill again
Senate Republicans blocked Democrats’ latest effort to rewrite America’s election and voting laws Wednesday, as progressive activists piled on the pressure to modify the chamber’s 60-vote legislative filibuster — or scrap it completely. The motion to end debate on the measure, now known as the Freedom to Vote Act, received 49 “yea” votes and 51...
Gudmundur Thórarinsson’s late goal earns draw, breaks NYCFC drought
Gudmundur Thórarinsson scored on a free kick in the 90th minute, giving New York City FC a 1-1 tie with Atlanta United on Wednesday night.
Instagram model appears to smirk during police questioning in stabbing incident, plugs ‘OnlyFans’ account
An Instagram model was seen on a video shared online of her appearing to smirk while police questioned her over an alleged stabbing attack of her boyfriend the night prior.
Psaki providing increasingly curious responses to Biden’s many woes
‘If I had a world of my own,” said Alice, ­“everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrariwise, what it is, it wouldn’t be, and what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see?”
FDA Warns Public to Throw Out Mexican Whole Onions After Salmonella Outbreak in 37 States
The FDA stated that the onions were "sold to restaurants and grocery stores throughout the United States."
Murder in Pinyon Pines
A triple murder, a young woman set afire in a wheelbarrow. Police have suspects until a courtroom twist changes everything. "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts investigates. | Read story
Fall from Grace
Was an alleged religious cult responsible for a young bride's death? "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts investigates. | Read story
The Lost Daughter
A college student missing for 25 years - has a Florida sheriff's office solved one of the state's biggest mysteries? "48 Hours"' Tracy Smith investigates. | Read story
The Ultimatum
Two daughters are determined to find their mother's killer. Will the investigation expose hidden secrets? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates. | Read story
Walking Free
Three murders, three trials, 13 years of reporting by "48 Hours" and a husband and father walks free. Richard Schlesinger reports.
Death on the Hudson
Can new evidence prove there was no murder in the case against a woman charged with killing her fiancé during a kayaking trip? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates. | Read story
Killer App
Was a teenage girl lured to her death with a few keystrokes on a smartphone app? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
Killer Performance
A young woman is murdered, police thought her killer was on the run ... or was he? Correspondent Tracy Smith investigates.
A Daughter, a Mortgage and Two Murders
A couple killed, a daughter suspected — could a mortgage application lead to the killer? Erin Moriarty investigates.
Salty Jabrill Peppers has few answers for struggling Giants
Jabrill Peppers was not in the mood. Was there any specific reason Peppers, at the podium on Wednesday after practice, responded to repeated questions with clipped, one-sentence answers? “No, not really,” he said. Peppers is one of the Giants’ seven team captains and one of their most emotional players. This season has been a downer...
The Perfect Family
A mother's brutal murder reveals shocking family secrets. Tracy Smith reports. | Read story here.
The Mortician, The Murder, The Movie
Did a mortician kill and freeze a widow to live off of her millions or was it a desperate act to end abuse? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
Florida's new surgeon general: Data do not support mask mandates in school
Florida's new surgeon general, Dr. Joseph Ladapo, argued that the data does not support mask mandates in schools to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and he insisted that parents, not school boards or governors, should make the decision whether or not their children wear masks to school.
Love, Hate & Obsession
Who wanted one-time millionaire Lanny Horwitz dead more: his live-in ex-wife or his son? Peter Van Sant investigates. | Read story here.
Murder at Sea?
Can a $100,000 reward and a new team of FBI agents solve the 9-year-old case of a missing honeymooner? Richard Schlesinger has the latest on the case.
A Bad Bet
Did a bookie gamble away everything — including his wife's life? "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports.
Secrets of the River
A high school dancer and aspiring model is found dead. Did the killer videotape the murder? Peter Van Sant reports.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Onions Sickens More Than 650
The C.D.C. urged consumers to throw away any whole red, white or yellow onions they purchased that do not have a sticker or packaging.
Adele, boyfriend Rich Paul cozy up courtside at Lakers game: See their relationship timeline
Say "Hello" to Adele's new boyfriend. The couple had a date night at the Los Angeles Lakers' season at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Loved to Death
Lauren Astley was a popular teen; her ex-boyfriend, Nathaniel Fujita, a football star. Their breakup was intense — and she's dead. "48 Hours" correspondent Tracy Smith investigates. | Read story here.
Sean O'Connell: 'Nobody else is going to pay Kayla Harrison what the PFL is paying her'
PFL broadcaster Sean O'Connell thinks it's both in PFL and Kayla Harrison's benefit to continue working together.       Related StoriesSean O'Connell: 'Nobody else is going to pay Kayla Harrison what the PFL is paying her' - EnclosureAlex Caceres 'not necessarily impressed' with Seungwoo Choi ahead of UFC Fight Night 196Alex Caceres 'not necessarily impressed' with Seungwoo Choi ahead of UFC Fight Night 196 - Enclosure
‘Winter House’ Star Austen Kroll on The “Kick to the Groin” Of Seeing Madison LeCroy on A Magazine Cover
"Subconsciously I was like, let's not make her a part of this trip."
Donald Trump announces new social media platform, Truth Social, after being banned from major apps
Trump was banned from the nation's top social media apps — Twitter, Facebook and YouTube — after the Capitol riot over fears he would incite violence.
Condoleezza Rice Calls 1/6 Riot an 'Assault on Law and Order,' but U.S. Must 'Move On'
Rice said that on the day of the January 6 riot, she cried for the first time since she was the National Security Adviser during the September 11 attacks.
Widow's War
"48 Hours" Presents: A Marine colonel is found shot in his bunk. Authorities say it was a suicide, his wife says it was murder — and she is determined to prove it. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
Death After Midnight
"48 Hours" Presents: A Colorado mom of three shot dead in her bedroom. Was it suicide? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
Reporter who alleged Manchin was mulling exit from Dem party doubles down: It's not 'B-U-L-L,' it's 'T-R-U-E'
The journalist behind the viral report claiming Sen. Joe Manchin was considering leaving the Democratic Party is doubling down after the West Virginia lawmaker flatly denied what was alleged.
Washington police officers who refused vaccination publicize their farewells
Two Washington State Patrol officers shared their goodbye messages after years of service because they wouldn't comply with a vaccination mandate. Over 100 of their colleagues are also leaving.
The Doctor's Daughter
Can a daughter's frantic 911 call convict or free her father from charges that he killed his wife? CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
A Death in Payson Canyon
A teen’s death appeared to be a suicide -- but investigators say she was helped by a friend who recorded it and weeks earlier texted “it's like getting away with murder.” CBS News correspondent David Begnaud reports.
Attorney reveals why Laundrie family didn't initially talk to police
Steven Bertolino, an attorney for the Laundrie family, explains why the family initially refused to talk with police after Gabby Petito was reported missing.
Who won the first NYC mayoral debate between Eric Adams and Curtis Sliwa?
Analysts said  Eric Adams notched a win during the general election's first televised mayoral debate Wednesday against Republican opponent Curtis Sliwa.
Some Arizona Republicans embrace election conspiracies as they bow to Trump
Republican leaders nationally hope to move on from re-litigating the 2020 election as they set their sights on winning back the House and Senate in next year's midterms, but that may be a difficult shift to make in Arizona.
The Murder of Kelsey Berreth
A mom vanishes and now her fiancé is in jail awaiting trial for her murder. His former rodeo queen girlfriend says she knows what really happened. CBS News correspondent Nikki Battiste reports.
The Case Against Brooke Skylar Richardson
The parents of Brooke Skylar Richardson speak out -- the real story behind the international headlines in the case of an alleged unthinkable crime. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.