Clips From Today’s Closing Bell

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  1. Maria “Masha” Alyokhina, a member of the punk music group Pussy Riot, says she escaped from Russia dressed as a food delivery worker. Alyokhina joins CNN’s Anderson Cooper to discuss why she fled.

  2. The Senate on Thursday approved a bill by unanimous consent intended to improve access to baby formula as the US contends with a nationwide shortage that has sparked an outcry and put pressure on lawmakers to act.

  3. Interior Sec. Deb Haaland squared off with lawmakers on Thursday at a contentious Senate hearing that addressed high gas prices, oil and gas drilling and delays in the department’s plan to hold more drilling lease sales.

  4. Rudy Giuliani, former President Donald Trump’s onetime personal attorney and a lead architect of his attempt to overturn the 2020 election results, on Friday met with the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, two sources told CNN.

  5. It is nearly three months since Russia invaded Ukraine — a 12-week period in which Russian forces have wrought devastation on the country and its people, resulting in death on a vast scale and causing millions to flee.

  6. The pine forests around Irpin are Oleh Bondarenko’s happy place. He discovered them as a child, when his mom sent him to the area for summer camp, and he has been coming back ever since.

  7. Upon arriving in Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital, for the first time since the pandemic began, I dropped my bag off at my Airbnb, strolled out and noticed the words “F**k Putin” graffitied in English on my building. A few meters away, a similar sentiment was scrawled in Russian and not far from that, my friend pointed to the same phrase painted on the wall in Georgia’s distinctive alphabet.

  8. • White Sox manager says Yankees’ player called Chicago player a racist comment
    • One dead after finishing Brooklyn Half Marathon and 15 others injured

  9. “Saturday Night Live” closed out its 47th season by saying goodbye to two of its most beloved cast members.

  10. • Analysis: Folks planning out their vacations are in for a rude awakening
    • ‘Nightmare airport’ debuts $4 billion terminal

  11. In 2020, Joel Miller was one of three county auditors in Iowa who sent out pre-filled absentee ballot request forms to help people vote remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  12. Six members of a Haitian Special Olympics contingent are missing, according to a news release from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office.

  13. Kimberly Rubio, the mother of school shooting victim Alexandria “Lexi” Rubio, gives an emotional plea about gun reform to Congress.

  14. President Joe Biden on Tuesday will seek to reassure the American people that tackling the worst inflation the nation has seen in decades remains his “top priority” when he addresses the AFL-CIO convention in Philadelphia, a White House official tells CNN.

  15. A January 6, 2021, rioter pleaded guilty Friday to carrying a loaded firearm on US Capitol grounds and assaulting police officers with one of their own batons during the insurrection.

  16. On Thursday, as the January 6 hearings entered their third day, two things were made clear: former Vice President Mike Pence pushed back privately on former President Donald Trump’s attempts to invalidate the results of a free and fair election, but he did not publicly speak out at the time, and Trump seemed perfectly fine with the prospect of a coup.

  17. Leanna Taylor has long maintained that her ex-husband did not mean to leave their 22-month-old son Cooper to die in the back of a sweltering SUV eight years ago.

  18. The Texas Supreme Court issued an order late Friday partially granting state Attorney General Ken Paxton’s request to stay a lower court order that had temporarily blocked a nearly century-old abortion ban in the state.

  19. A letter written by Alexander Hamilton, one of America’s founding fathers, thought lost for decades is finally going on display at the Commonwealth Museum in Massachusetts.

  20. Dramatic new video of first responders at Robb Elementary School shows a close-up view of the action — and inaction — of the law enforcement response to the unfolding massacre.

  21. Authorities in Ibiza seized a Picasso sketch worth more than $460,000, after a traveler failed to declare it to airport customs, according to a joint statement released by Spain’s Tax Agency and Civil Guard.

  22. Milwaukee Bucks executive Alex Lasry plans to end his US Senate bid on Wednesday, sources tell CNN, just two weeks before Wisconsin’s Democratic primary and after spending more than $12 million on his campaign.

  23. The University of West Georgia is grieving the death of an 18-year-old freshman and grappling with the notion that a former professor is charged in her death.

  24. CNN’s Nic Robertson goes to a town in eastern Ukraine that stands in the path of Russia’s slow but relentless advance westwards and speaks to the residents who are facing constant shelling.

  25. Congressman Mike Turner (R-OH), ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, speaks to CNN’s Pamela Brown about the FBI’s search of former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence.

  26. Cash-strapped consumers are starting to trade down, swapping higher-priced goods for more affordable alternatives. That’s good news for Applebee’s and IHOP.

  27. A TikTok video of a sliding gorilla giving a zoo visitor a “butt lift” has gone viral with over 70 million views. CNN’s Jeanne Moos talked to the woman who has made the term “Gorilla slide” a “thing.”

  28. A conservative church is not where you might expect to see a showing of “Hamilton,” the award-winning Lin-Manuel Miranda musical that tells the life story of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton through hip-hop, R&B and soul music. But this weekend, a church in McAllen, Texas, called The Door performed the show — with some right-wing tinkering. The actors reportedly mentioned Jesus and Christianity throughout, and a video shows that the performance also featured a sermon comparing homosexuality to drug addiction and deeming it a sin.

  29. World Wrestling Entertainment on Tuesday disclosed additional unrecorded expenses, now totaling $19.6 million, related to former Chief Executive Officer Vince McMahon.

  30. Bob Odenkirk has said he would have been “dead in a few minutes” if he had not received CPR after suffering a heart attack on the set of “Better Call Saul” last year.

  31. Top Republicans who have spent months trying to dissuade Donald Trump from announcing another presidential campaign before the midterms are coming around to the idea, after an unprecedented search of the former President’s Mar-a-Lago property by federal investigators on Monday lit up the GOP base.

  32. When Gov. Ron DeSantis abruptly suspended Tampa’s elected prosecutor last week, it was not accomplished in a late-night sacking or buried in a 5 p.m. Friday press release. Rather, DeSantis summoned reporters and cameras for a midday media event, as he does several times a week, stood before officers in uniform and elected allies and matter-of-factly walked through his decision to kneecap a twice-elected Democratic official.

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