The 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Is Being Auctioned Off to Aid Ukraine, and Is Already Sitting at $340,000

Dmitry Muratov, the editor in chief of Russia’s last independent newspaper, won the award alongside Filipino journalist Maria Ressa. Source

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  1. The House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol Hill insurrection has started to reach out to witnesses informing them of the panel’s desire to have them appear as part of its upcoming public hearings, which start later this month.

  2. In a CNN exclusive, Jamie Gangel reports that within minutes of the US Capitol breach on January 6, 2021, text messages flooded the cell phone of White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

  3. Pennsylvania GOP gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano has handed over some documents to the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol in response to a subpoena he received in March, his attorney told CNN.

  4. President Joe Biden called for raising the age to buy high-capacity guns to 21, restoring the assault weapons ban and toughening ‘red flag’ laws during a national address on gun violence in the US.

  5. “Top Gun: Maverick” is summer’s first blockbuster, boasting breathless reviews and what will likely be the biggest box office in Tom Cruise’s storied, 35-plus-year Hollywood career.

  6. Joe Del Bosque roamed the 2,000 acres of his California farm knowing he couldn’t touch nearly half of the land he’s owned for decades.

  7. Conservative Republican election attorney Ben Ginsberg will testify to the House January 6 investigative committee during its next public hearing on Monday, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

  8. The devastating flooding that occurred along the Yellowstone River this week constitutes a 1 in 500-year event, according to a US Geological Survey (USGS) news release.

  9. • Analysis: Cheney perfectly captured the choice the GOP has to make on Trump
    • Liz Cheney to Secret Service: ‘We welcome additional testimony under oath’
    • See moment from Michael Flynn’s testimony that Cillizza calls ‘breathtaking’

  10. The man who sold a semi-automatic weapon that was later used to take hostages in a Texas synagogue in January has pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas.

  11. EFX Collectibles showed off an animatronic Baby Yoda puppet at San Diego Comic-Con. The toy, produced by Garner Holt Productions, is arguably the most lifelike one to date.

  12. Former President Donald Trump’s GOP allies in Congress were only too eager to defend their leader after learning last week that the FBI had carried out a court-authorized search of his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida.

  13. Former President Donald Trump asked the full bench of the DC US Circuit Court of Appeals to review a recent appellate panel ruling okaying the Internal Revenue Service’s release of Trump’s tax returns to a House committee.

  14. A document unsealed Thursday, which offered specifics about the crimes the Justice Department is investigating, including “willful retention of national defense information,” sharpens the focus on former President Donald Trump as a possible subject of the criminal probe, several legal experts told CNN.

  15. There are undoubtedly more pressing dangers than being hit by lightning: The chance of being struck is less than one in a million, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But lightning does occasionally strike humans, as a few recent high-profile cases made clear.

  16. Tom Weiskopf, former professional golf player and winner of the 1973 British Open, has died at the age of 79, the PGA Tour announced Sunday.

  17. The Cheney name has long been golden in Wyoming. Dick Cheney was elected six times to the state’s only seat in the House, where he joined the Republican Party’s leadership before becoming defense secretary and eventually vice president. And it was only two years ago that his daughter, Rep. Liz Cheney, won 68% of the vote as she cruised to victory for the third time.

  18. For the last 18 years, Li Meng-han and his family have grown pomelos in a rural town near the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan.

  19. Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday said the country will repeal the colonial-era Section 377A of Singapore’s Penal Code, thereby decriminalizing gay sex in Singapore, but added that same-sex marriage will continue to be illegal in the city-state.

  20. The man in charge of the House GOP’s campaign strategy has been doling out advice to Republican candidates and incumbents in key battleground races as they prepare for the general election: Don’t be distracted by Donald Trump on the campaign trail, and instead focus on the issues Republicans believe will be most salient to voters in the midterms.

  21. Most of the money from President Joe Biden’s massive infrastructure bill is being handed out this summer and fall, nearly a year after passage, just in time for a campaign season he hopes will keep his fellow Democrats in power. But his team’s task is getting people to pay attention — and give them credit for what they did.

  22. From breaking news, like the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, to lighter stories, like the time a young traveler bumped into David Bowie, the CNN visuals team helps to tell these stories through maps, charts, illustrations and interactives. The staff of designers, data editors, developers and more highlighted their favorite visuals of 2022.

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