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  1. A passenger with no flying experience safely landed a private plane in a Florida airport Tuesday afternoon, May 10, when the pilot became incapacitated.

  2. Authorities say the suspect who fatally shot 10 people and injured three others at a Buffalo supermarket Saturday traveled from another New York county hours away.

  3. Finland’s President Sauli Niinistö discusses his phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Finland announced their intention to join NATO.

  4. Tragedy struck Saturday when 10 people were killed in a racially motivated mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo.

  5. • Exclusive: McConnell says he has directed Cornyn to engage with Democrats on a ‘bipartisan solution’ to gun violence

  6. • Analysis: Putin has time — and that may decide the war in Ukraine
    • Opinion: After 22 years, I’m listening to Putin’s every word
    • Video: What the next 100 days could look like

  7. Voters in Nevada, South Carolina, Maine and North Dakota pick their general election nominees Tuesday, including in several races that could be key to determining control of the US House this fall. And a special election for a US House seat in South Texas could offer an early test of Republican momentum heading into the November midterm elections.

  8. Millionaires are leaving Russia in droves after the country invaded Ukraine and the West imposed sanctions.

  9. Two-time major winner Justin Thomas has enjoyed many happy Saturdays of golf. The third round at the 2022 US Open is unlikely to rank among them.

  10. Justice Clarence Thomas opened the floodgates for all sorts of gun safety laws to be challenged in federal court.

  11. New York City officials are scheduled to announce Wednesday the city is filing lawsuits against five retailers of so-called ghost guns.

  12. Following the US Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, CNN’s Melissa Bell takes a closer look at life in Poland – where abortion has been restricted for 30 years.

  13. Hours after gunfire interrupted the Highland Park, Illinois, July Fourth parade, killing six people and wounding dozens more, police apprehended the man they believe was responsible.

  14. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces that he will resign as leader of the Conservative Party.

  15. Gun manufactures selling assault-style rifles have employed questionable marketing tactics, including appealing to White supremacists, “preying” on the masculinity of young men, and running advertisements that mimic video games, according to an investigation by the Democrat-led House Committee on Oversight and Reform.

  16. Former acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney was seen by reporters leaving his interview Thursday with the House select committee investigating January 6, 2021.

  17. Mandy Gutierrez, the Robb Elementary School principal who was suspended with pay earlier this week has been informed that she may return to work, according to her attorney Ricardo Cedillo.

  18. Former President Donald Trump spoke to an ESPN reporter on national TV about his decision to host a golf tournament funded by Saudi Arabia at his club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

  19. There has been a lot of debate about whether the US is actually in a recession, but what exactly is a recession anyway? CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans breaks it down.

  20. A wildfire raging in Northern California has been exacerbated by winds from thunderstorms on Friday evening, causing significant growth on Saturday, according to InciWeb.

  21. For most people, winning the lottery is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. But one Delaware man was lucky enough to win the lottery twice — in just two months.

  22. Former Trump aide Stephanie Grisham and CNN’s Gloria Borger explain why they believe the former President has not yet released surveillance footage from the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago, despite proposals from some of his allies to do so.

  23. • Investigation into Vince McMahon’s hush money payments reportedly turns up Trump charity donations

  24. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has urged China’s wealthiest provinces to “bravely take the lead” to bolster growth and employment, a day after official data painted a gloomy picture for the world’s second largest economy.

  25. • Analysis: Why Ukraine frets about US commitment to the war six months in
    • Kyiv displays captured tanks on Independence Day
    • Analysis: Russia’s war in Ukraine hasn’t gone to plan, but Putinism is alive and well

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