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John Bolton discusses the Jan. 6 hearings and former President Donald Trump's future

Former United Nations Ambassador and White House National Security Advisor John Bolton spoke exclusively with CBS News' Catherine Herridge about the Jan. 6 hearings, Rep. Liz Cheney's future and whether former President Donald Trump will run again in 2024.

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John Bolton weighs in on war in Ukraine

Former United Nations Ambassador and White House National Security Advisor John Bolton spoke exclusively to CBS News' Catherine Herridge about the war in Ukraine and whether he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will ever have one will reach agreem...

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Florida says Ben & Jerry’s change ‘step in right direction’

Gov. Ron DeSantis and CFO Jimmy Patronis commended Ben & Jerry's parent company for a decision that will allow ice cream to be sold in Israel.
But that doesn't mean Florida will immediately reinvest or enter into deals with parent company Unilever and its subsidiaries.
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Baltimore cops used a police helicopter to order swimmers out of a city pool. A city councilman called the incident 'totally excessive.'

Baltimore Police Department officer in Baltimore.Patrick Semansky/Associated Press
Baltimore police officers used a helicopter to urge people to exit a public pool after it was closed.
One city council member called the practice "completely over the top".
The city's Parks District said there has ...

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A Philadelphia Flyers goalie was detained in Russia and accused of dodging the military draft after he signed with the NHL team

Ivan Fedotov skates on the ice to receive his silver medal after Finland defeated the Russian Olympic Committee in the men's gold medal ice hockey match at the 2022 Winter Olympics, Sunday, February 20, 2022 in Beijing
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Russia's Olympic goalkeeper Ivan Fedotov has reportedly been arrested in ...

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Jan. 6 committee eyes pal of Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows who pressured Cassidy Hutchinson

The Jan. 6 committee appears to suspect that the Trump loyalist who attempted to silence bombastic witness Cassidy Hutchinson was not merely acting as an intermediary for White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
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The panel reportedly wants to question the unnamed "employee" at Meadow...

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Ron DeSantis vows to appeal abortion ban ruling to state supreme court: will 'withstand all legal challenges'

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday his intention to appeal a court ruling that would block abortions after 15 weeks.
The Florida legislature passed the law, known as House Bill 5, and DeSantis signed it into law in April. The law bans most abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy unle...

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Biden announces new Medal of Freedom recipients

President Biden will award the Medal of Freedom to 17 people, the White House said on Friday. Among those receiving the top civilian honor are former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, soccer star Megan Rapinoe and actor Denzel Washington.

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Family of Vancouver cop who died by suicide after alleged blackmail by her superiors sues city

The family of former Vancouver police officer Nicole Chan, who died by suicide after being blackmailed into an inappropriate intimate relationship with her superiors, has filed a lawsuit against the city and her police department.
The lawsuit, which was filed in January by Chan's sister Jennifer ...

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Strong storms headed to Northeast for July 4 weekend

Strong storms sweep through the Great Lakes to the Northeast, bringing potentially heavy rains and frequent lightning. Weather Channel meteorologist Chris Bruin has the forecast for the July 4 bank holiday weekend.

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New Insights Emerge About Trump's Attempt To Join The Capitol Riot

New media reports of Donald Trump's conduct during and leading up to last year's Capitol riots corroborate testimonies and help shed light on what he knew about the violent events of January 6, 2021.
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Fifteen sources -- including former government officials, aides and law enforcement...

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'Boy Meets World' Star Rider Strong Says Show Was 'Naïve' In Addressing Race, Interracial Relationships: 'We Should Probably Talk About This Explicitly'

Boy Meets World star rider Strong now says he feels the show could have done a lot more in terms of their approach to racing.
The show explores interracial relationships in later seasons with characters Shawn, played by Strong, and Angela, played by Trina McGee.
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In Texas, you can be charged with murder without physically killing anyone. Here’s why.

In Texas, prosecutors can bring charges of murder and the death penalty against someone who did not physically kill someone.
The June 27 trial and conviction of Timothy Huff was the latest example of how the Texas capital's homicide laws work. Huff will serve life in prison for the death of Fort ...

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Simone Biles, Steve Jobs and Denzel Washington to receive the President Medal of Freedom

Simone Biles and Denzel Washington are among 17 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

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Ukrainian paramedic Taira described Russian captivity and where she was kept

ALYONA MAZURENKO – FRIDAY, JULY 1, 2022, 22:56
Ukrainian paramedic Yulia Paievska (Taira) said that the Russian occupiers held her in a small cell in the Donetsk detention center along with 21 other women.
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Source: Yulia Paievska in an interview with Deutsche Welle
Quote: “I was rece...

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2 Secret Service sources told CNN that Trump angrily demanded to be taken to the Capitol on January 6, partly confirming Cassidy Hutchinson's explosive testimony

Former President Donald Trump.SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images
Two Secret Service sources anonymously supported many of Cassidy Hutchinson's statements.
Speaking to CNN, the sources said the incident had been discussed within the agency.
None of them said they heard Trump attempt to grab the steeri...

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Japan’s 87-year-old ‘Naked Hermit’ returns to remote island for a final farewell

After returning to civilization in 2018, Japan's "Naked Hermit" returned to the remote island he once called home for nearly three decades to bid her a proper farewell.
Masafumi Nagasaki, 87, returned to Sotobanari Island in Okinawa Prefecture in early June with the help of Docastaway founder Alv...

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Texas inmate asks to delay execution for kidney donation

HOUSTON (AP) -- A Texas inmate who is scheduled to be executed in less than two weeks has asked that his execution be postponed so he can donate a kidney.
Ramiro Gonzales is scheduled to receive a lethal injection on July 13 for fatally shooting 18-year-old Bridget Townsend, a southwest Texas wom...

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Justice Elena Kagan says Supreme Court 'does not have a clue about how to address climate change' as it limits EPA's authority on greenhouse gases

Elena Kagan. Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Judge Elena Kagan slammed the Supreme Court Thursday over its decision.
The court ruled to limit the federal government's ability to regulate gas emissions.
Kagan criticized the court, calling the decision "scary".
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An obscure NBA rule is making a prospective Kevin Durant trade more complicated for the Nets

Kevin Durant.John Minchillo/AP Images
The NBA prohibits teams from trading for two players who have signed designated rookie extensions.
The rule means the Nets can't land 13 players in a potential trade for Kevin Durant because they have Ben Simmons, who is on a designated rookie overtime.
The o...

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Etihad just flew its new $366 million Airbus A350 to the US for the first time, shuttling passengers 14 hours from the UAE — see inside

Etihad's first A350 flight to JFK.Etihad Airways
Etihad flew its new A350 aircraft for the first time on flights from Abu Dhabi to the United States on Thursday.
The plane traveled 13 hours to New York and 14 hours to Chicago, two of the airline's longest routes.
The jet is powered by economical ...

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Will Smith's Ex-Wife Sheree Zampino Makes A Splash On 'RHOBH,' Fans Want This Star Fired And Replaced With Her

Sheree Zampino made her The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills debut and fans can't get enough. Will Smith's ex-wife was introduced on the show as the girlfriend of The Jamie Foxx Show alum Garcelle Beauvais. Now fans are saying Zampino should be a full-time housewife.
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Jon Voight calls for Biden to be impeached

Conservative actor Jon Voight this week called for President Biden's impeachment, accusing him of "unfairly dishonoring this nation's glory."
Voight, an avid supporter of Donald Trump, called for the president's impeachment in a video he posted to his Twitter account on Tuesday.
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They Graduated Space Force Boot Camp. What Comes Next for Them, and the Service, Is Less Clear.

This is the final story in a three-part series taking recruits through the first-ever Space Force Guardians-only boot camp. Over a three-month period, Military.com interviewed more than a dozen Guardians, Drill Sergeants, recruiters and officers and visited the two-month basic training course in ...

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Basketball star Brittney Griner’s trial in Russia begins, two witnesses testify

Two customs officers testified at Brittney Griner's trial after she was arrested at an airport for having cannabis oil. You face 10 years in prison.

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4th Sexiest Farmer In Western Kentucky Faces 30 Days For Entering Capitol

A man previously best known for placing fourth in a "sexy farmer" contest in Kentucky faces 30 days in prison for his part in the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol, according to one sentencing recommendation filed with federal court.
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Jordan Revlett in January agreed to a plea de...

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Hot dog contest weigh-in, Joey Chestnut injury

The competitors weighed in on the Friday ahead of New York's famous July 4 hot dog eating contest. Joey Chestnut, the men's reigning champion, showed up on crutches. (July 1) (AP video by Joseph B. Frederick)

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Russia drops phosphorous bombs on Zmiinyi (Snake) Island following its "gesture of good will"

ALONA MAZURENKO – FRIDAY, JULY 1, 2022, 21:06
Valerii Zaluzhnyi, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said that on July 1, Russian occupying forces carried out an airstrike on Zmiinyi (Snake) Island and dropped phosphorus bombs on the island.
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WNBA's Brittney Griner goes on trial in Russia

American basketball star Brittney Griner was tried in Moscow on Friday, months after her arrest for possession of cannabis oil when she returned to play for a Russian basketball team. (July 1)

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Mychelle Johnson Says NBA Star Miles Bridges Abused Her 'In Every Way Possible'

Mychelle Johnson, wife of Charlotte Hornets player Miles Bridges, wrote on Instagram on Thursday that her husband had abused her "in every way possible" - and she documented a recent incident with photos of her injured face and body and a medical report.
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