What Was John Zderko's Cause of Death? 'Mentalist' Actor's Passing Explained
A full report on John Zderko's cause of death, including when he passed, as well as a look at his significant roles in TV and Cinema.newsweek.com
Texas Police Stopped Parents Rushing In To Save Children From Shooter—Video
The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety defended the actions of law enforcement, saying police engaged shooter Salvador Ramos immediately and contained him in a classroom.newsweek.com
Former U.S. Ambassador: 'Ukrainians Are Fighting For Our Freedom As Well'
"There's never enough for somebody like Putin unless you make clear that it's over and he simply cannot get any more," Ambassador Yovanovitch tells Newsweek.newsweek.com
Priscilla Presley in tears as ‘Elvis’ receives 12-minute standing ovation at Cannes
The 77-year-old wiped away tears as she hugged director Baz Luhrmann after the screening.nypost.com
What We Know About the Winnie the Pooh Horror Movie 'Blood and Honey'
Pooh and Piglet go on the prowl in this dark and disturbing take on the beloved AA Milne characters.newsweek.com
Putin Has 9 Months To Win Ukraine War, Former NATO General Says
That's how long it will take Ukrainian troops to assimilate Western military equipment, according to the former general.newsweek.com
Man Losing $125K in Epic Work Fail Horrifies the Internet: 'Suspended'
"There was a long pause and a lot of confusion as he had not asked for any money or changed his bank details," said the employee, who is now suspended.newsweek.com
Celtics' Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown face biggest game of careers with chance to reach NBA Finals | Opinion
With a 3-2 series lead going back to Boston for Game 6, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown have the Celtics in their best position to reach the NBA Finals.usatoday.com
Children Deserve the Honest Truth About Mass Shootings
A conversation with Michelle Palmer, a social worker who specializes in grief and traumatheatlantic.com
Americans Need to Treat Gun Violence Like a Public-Health Problem
As with COVID, addressing gun deaths isn’t just up to lawmakers.theatlantic.com
Лукашенко: Стране предстоит столкнуться с беспрецедентным давлением со стороны Запада
Президент Беларуси Александр Лукашенко предупредил о беспрецедентном экономическом, политическом и даже военном давлении со стороны Запада, с которым может столкнуться Республикаhttp://rg.ru
It looks like pay-for-play in college sports is here to stay. Too bad.
In the past year, the agents, lawyers, politicians, sportswriters and would-be union organizers rooting for free-for-all player compensation have largely won the battle.washingtonpost.com
Luis Diaz's father shows where Diaz learned to play football in hometown
Hailing from one of the poorest regions in Colombia, La Guajira, Luis Diaz's rise to the top of European football has been an unlikely tale. Ahead of the Champions League final, CNN's Stefano Pozzebon visited Diaz's home town to chart his trajectory from being a barefoot footballer to now being the toast of the sport.edition.cnn.com
Our babies are dying. Where are the responsible adults?
The Abbott executive responsible for a facility where suspect baby formula was manufactured came before a congressional committee Wednesday and refused to take responsibility for what is obviously a deep, systemic problem.washingtonpost.com
Mental health advocates push back against GOP focus after shooting
In today’s edition … Poll Watch: Support for stricter gun laws has wavered for three decades … The Post's Annie Linskey and Josh Dawsey on the rematch between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams … momentum for police reform fades on the 2nd anniversary of George Floyd's death … but first …washingtonpost.com
Grooming the next generation of storytellers and content creators across Africa
We go behind the scenes across the continent where young filmmakers are seizing the opportunity to share their uniquely African stories with the world thanks to an academy designed to help them flourish.edition.cnn.com
The Drakensberg Boys Choir School: One of its kind in Africa
Founded in 1967, this prestigious performing arts school in South Africa welcomes young boys from all over the world and places a heavy emphasis on music to set them up for success in life. Known for its high-energy performances and harmonious sound, the choir takes pride in singing, interpreting, and performing any genre of music.edition.cnn.com
Трейлер: фантастический детектив "Крио" выйдет онлайн 3 июня
Американский фантастически-детективный триллер "Крио", в конце апреля выходивший в российский прокат, выйдет 3 июня в онлайн-кинотеатре KIONhttp://rg.ru
В Ульяновске 13-летний мальчик скончался после избиения в трамвае
В Ульяновске 13-летний ребенок скончался после конфликта и избиения взрослыми в трамвае, региональный Следком возбудил по этому факту уголовное дело, прокуратура проводит проверкуhttp://rg.ru
В Австрии 300 тысяч человек лишатся работы из-за отключения российского газа
В случае возможного отключения российского газа в Австрии возникнет чрезвычайная ситуацияhttp://rg.ru
Kate Moss, Johnny Depp Relationship Timeline From Trashed Hotels to Regrets
A deep dive into Kate Moss and Johnny Depp's relationship, including the relationship timeline, when it began and ended, as well as the alleged altercation.newsweek.com
Colin Kaepernick works out for the Las Vegas Raiders. Here is what we know.
Colin Kaepernick took a step toward an NFL return Wednesday, working out for the Raiders. Here's everything to know related to comeback efforts.usatoday.com
'Obi-Wan Kenobi' Explained: Who Are Reva and the Grand Inquisitor?
"Obi-Wan Kenobi" will see its titular Jedi Master face his biggest foe Darth Vader, but he will also have other enemies to contend with in the Disney+ show.newsweek.com
Польские силовики подстрекают к нападению на белорусских пограничников
Уроками рукопашного боя с использованием палок и баллончиков с перцовым газом вместо охраны государственной границы увлечены в последнее время польские пограничники, принуждая иностранных граждан к силовому пересечению границы соседнего государстваhttp://rg.ru
‘He Came in and Shot Her’: Fourth-Grade Uvalde Survivor Reveals Chilling Encounter With Gunman
Anadolu Agency via GettyA fourth-grade boy who survived Tuesday’s massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, says he witnessed the gunman’s cold-blooded attack on children as he hid underneath a table waiting for help to arrive.The boy, who has not been named, told local news outlet KENS 5 that the shooter, identified by authorities as 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, said “It’s time to die” after barricading himself inside the classroom. While police have not yet determined the motive for the rampage that killed 19 children and two teachers, the boy’s account provides some of the first details on how things unfolded in the barricaded classroom as the gunman picked off elementary-school students with an assault rifle.“When I heard the shooting through the door, I told my friend to hide under something so he won’t find us. I was hiding hard. And I was telling my friend to not talk because he is going to hear us,” the boy said.Read more at The Daily Beast.thedailybeast.com
ЦБ предложил поднять порог обязательного контроля операций до 1 млн рублей
Банк России предлагает поднять порог обязательного контроля операций до 1 млн рублей (сейчас – 600 тысяч рублей), а для недвижимости – до 5 млн рублей (сейчас – 3 млн рублей)http://rg.ru
Глушков: Для реализации нацпроекта России нужно в 1,5 раза больше строителей
Сейчас в отрасли работает 7,5 млн человек, включая иностранную рабочую силуhttp://rg.ru
O'Rourke: Abbott wants distraction from gun issue
Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke blames Republican Gov. Greg Abbott for inaction on gun control. He confronted Abbott during a news conference, was escorted out and said Abbott 'wants to distract us' from the gun problem. (May 26)usatoday.com
Title IX was intended to close the gender gap in college athletics. But schools are rigging the numbers.
Universities across the U.S. collectively conjured the illusion of thousands more female athletic opportunities by abusing federal reporting rules.usatoday.com
How Kate Middleton's Fashion Inspired Queen's Granddaughter at Garden Party
Princess Beatrice, Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter, appeared at a Buckingham Palace garden party in two of Kate Middleton's favorite styles.newsweek.com
Захарова заявила о необходимости контролировать "цифровой штепсель"
"На сегодняшний момент, я думаю, что министерство обороны опять же не даст мне соврать, розетка, в которую воткнут этот "цифровой штепсель", находится очень далеко за пределами нашей родины, и мы ее не контролируем", - сказала дипломат на "круглом столе" в Совете Федерации, темой которого стала роль информации в большом противостоянии с Западомhttp://rg.ru
The Federal Reserve’s Next Act Will Test Market Stability
No one can say whether more aggressive tightening of monetary policy will disrupt the financial system’s plumbing and force the central bank to alter course, as it has in the past.washingtonpost.com
Fact Check: Did FDA Shut Down Abbott's Baby Formula Factory?
Formula shortages have spread across the U.S. after Abbott Nutrition, one of the country's biggest suppliers, closed its plants following infant death reports.newsweek.com
Russia Squandered Decades Worth of Soft Power Gains Over Ukraine War
Vladimir Putin's invasion has removed Russia from a seat at the top international table.newsweek.com
Firefighters rescue newborn elk from ashes of massive wildfire
"Cinder" was discovered at a tender days-old age with his umbilical cord still attached, a veterinarian said.cbsnews.com
Casting NFL players as 'Top Gun' stars: Roles for Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes?
In celebration of the release of "Top Gun: Maverick," USA TODAY Sports likened some notable NFL players to characters from the original classic.usatoday.com
Песков рассказал о работе по возможной поездке МАГАТЭ на Запорожскую АЭС
Международное агентство по атомной энергии (МАГАТЭ) находится в контакте и с Москвой, и с Киевом по вопросу организации поездки на Запорожскую атомную электростанцию, сообщил, отвечая на вопросы журналистов, пресс-секретарь президента России Дмитрий Песковhttp://rg.ru
'Obi-Wan Kenobi' star says 'there were a lot of fans on set'
Actor Moses Ingram, who joins the "Star Wars" universe in TV show "Obi-Wan Kenobi" as a villainous Jedi-hunting Inquisitor, smiles as she recounts "the number of blaster battles and lightsaber battles that happened with props when we were not working." (May 26)usatoday.com
Democrats' Focus On 'Gun Control' Won't Solve Any of Our Problems | Opinion
Let's work together to come up with proposals that will actually make a difference.newsweek.com
Deep State Allies Play Judge, Jury and Perhaps Executioner Against Durham | Opinion
The lack of even the appearance of impartiality erodes confidence in our justice system.newsweek.com