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Boeing Starliner Capsule Lands In New Mexico After Its First Successful Test Launch In Years

Boeing’s spacecraft has touched down after its first successful test launch—setting the stage for the capsule to eventually compete with SpaceX to carry NASA astronauts. → Read More

Boeing Starliner Reaches Orbit In Test Launch After Years Of Struggles

An uncrewed Boeing spacecraft is on its way to the International Space Station, part of a test launch to eventually transport astronauts in the capsule. → Read More

Senate Passes $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Package After Weeklong Delay

The bill earned bipartisan support in the House and Senate—but a lone objection from Sen. Rand Paul held up swift passage of the bill last week. → Read More

Trump-Endorsed Ted Budd Wins North Carolina GOP Senate Primary

It’s the latest indication of former President Donald Trump’s power over Republicans. → Read More

Biden Administration And Jeff Bezos Square Off Over Inflation

Jeff Bezos has accused the White House of distracting from inflation and dinged Biden for pushing for more federal spending—but the Biden Administration says the sharper-than-usual criticism from the world’s third-richest man is self-serving. → Read More

‘Exceptional Heroism’: California Churchgoers Halted Deadly Shooting By Detaining Suspect, Orange County Sheriff Says

A suspect is in custody following a shooting at a Southern California church that left one person dead and several injured, according to the local sheriff’s department → Read More

1 Dead In Shooting At California Church, Police Say

A suspect is in custody following a shooting in Southern California that left one person dead and several injured, according to the local sheriff’s department → Read More

Florida Judge Blocks DeSantis Redistricting Map That Would Affect Black Voters

A judge in Florida rejected a congressional redistricting plan approved by state Republicans that divides up a district with a large Black population. → Read More

Nebraska Primary: Trump-Backed Gov. Candidate Loses GOP Nomination

Charles Herbster has lost the Republican primary for Nebraska governor despite earning former President Donald Trump’s endorsement—following a raft of groping allegations that Herbster has fervently denied. → Read More

Senate Confirms Lisa Cook As First Black Woman On Fed Board

Lisa Cook was confirmed to the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors in a party-line vote, following months of delays amid Republican opposition. → Read More

Alabama Fugitive Casey White And Jail Guard Caught After 10-Day Manhunt

A murder suspect and the Alabama corrections officer who allegedly helped him escape from custody were tracked down to Indiana and taken into custody following a chase. → Read More

Son Of Ex-Dictator Ferdinand Marcos On Cusp Of Winning Philippines Presidential Race

The son of a brutal dictator could be the next president of the Philippines, succeeding strongman President Rodrigo Duterte. → Read More

Dave Chappelle Attack Suspect Faces Misdemeanor Charges

The misdemeanor counts came hours after the Los Angeles County District Attorney declined to press more serious felony charges. → Read More

Boeing Will Move Headquarters From Chicago To D.C. Metro Area

Boeing’s shift to the D.C. area brings the company’s leaders closer to federal regulators and the Pentagon—and further away from its commercial airplane unit in Seattle. → Read More

Most Russian Troops Have Left Mariupol, U.S. Believes

Only about 2,000 Russian troops are still in Mariupol, a Pentagon official told reporters, as thousands of forces shift northward and Mariupol’s final remaining Ukrainian defenders endure intense fighting. → Read More

Oklahoma Enacts Texas-Style 6-Week Abortion Ban

Oklahoma is the latest state to let private individuals file civil suits against anybody who “aids or abets” an abortion after six weeks of pregnancy—as the Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. → Read More

White House May Limit Student Loan Relief To Incomes Under $125,000, Psaki Says

President Joe Biden is reportedly considering forgiving at least $10,000 in student loan debt per borrower—but the program will likely come with income limits, the White House says. → Read More

Supreme Court Reportedly Plans To Overturn Roe V. Wade, According To Leaked Draft Opinion

An unprecedented leak to Politico shows the Supreme Court will overturn the nationwide right to abortion, in a still-unreleased draft order that calls the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision “egregiously wrong.” → Read More

Ex-NYPD Officer Found Guilty Of Assaulting Cop During Jan. 6 Riot

Jurors returned a guilty verdict in the first trial for assaulting police during the Capitol riot. → Read More

Elon Musk Sells About $4 Billion In Tesla Shares Ahead Of Planned Twitter Purchase

“No further TSLA sales planned after today,” billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted. → Read More