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Animals · Wyoming
1-in-10-million: Rare white bison born at Wyoming state park
A rare white bison calf has been born at a Wyoming state park, officials reported. A 2-year-old white bison gave birth to the calf at Bear River State Park near Evanston, park officials said May 16 on Facebook.See the Story
70% Center coverage: 63 sources
Research · Boston
Scientists generate 'electricity from thin air.' Humidity could be a boundless source of energy, they say.
Sure, we all complain about the humidity on a sweltering summer day. But it turns out that same humidity could be a source of clean, pollution-free energy, according to a new study. See the Story
58% Left coverage: 12 sources
Europe · London
Most voters now want closer ties with EU in big shift since Brexit, poll says
A clear majority of British voters now favours building closer relations with the European Union, according to new polling that highlights a dramatic reversal in the tide of public opinion since Brexit. Even in those constituencies that recorded the highest votes to leave the EU in 2016, more than twice as many voters now believe the best route forward is to move in the opposite direction – and forge closer ties with Brussels.See the Story
Coverage: 6 sources
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Tim Walz · Saint Paul
Minnesota Gov. Walz draws sharp contrasts with red states
Gov. Tim Walz drew stark contrasts between Minnesota and Republican-led states Wednesday night, using his State of the State speech to highlight how he and his fellow Democrats have used their new control over state government to push through an ambitious liberal agenda. See the Story
65% Left coverage: 17 sources
Europe · Kyiv
Ukraine says coveted F-16s 'four or five times' better than its Soviet jets
NATO members Poland and Slovakia recently began to hand over MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine. Serhiy Holubtsov, one of the most senior commanders in the Air Force, said the planes did not fully meet Ukraine's battlefield requirements. He said the F-16 was "four or five times" more effective than Soviet-era planes.See the Story
46% Right coverage: 11 sources
Europe · London
Asda poised to announce £10bn merger with petrol stations group EG
EG Group and Asda are set to announce a £10bn merger on Friday. The combined group will operate nearly 600 supermarkets, 700 petrol forecourts and 100 convenience stores. It will represent the biggest deal in financial terms in the career of Lord Rose of Monewden, the former Marks & Spencer and Ocado Group chairman.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 6 sources
Europe · Beijing
China presses Dutch minister for access to chipmaking tech blocked on security grounds
China’s foreign minister pressed his Dutch counterpart Tuesday for access to advanced chipmaking technology that has been blocked on security grounds and warned against allowing what he said were unfounded fears of Beijing to spoil relations.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 19 sources
Rishi Sunak · London
Rishi Sunak: China poses 'biggest challenge' to global security
UK PM Rishi Sunak says China is the "biggest challenge of our age" G7 has shown unity against an "increasingly authoritarian and assertive" government in Beijing. Sunak thinks UK legal migration is "too high" and is considering a range of options to bring the numbers down. UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman is involved in a row about speeding.See the Story
44% Right coverage: 18 sources
Vladimir Putin · Bakhmut
Zelenskyy: ‘Bakhmut is only in our hearts’ after Ukraine loses control of destroyed city to Russia
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Sunday that Bakhmut was “only in our hearts,” hours after Russia’s defense ministry reported that forces of the Wagner private army, with the support of Russian troops, had seized the city in eastern Ukraine. Speaking alongside President Joe Biden at the Group of Seven summit in Hiroshima, Japan, Zelenskyy said he believed the city had fallen, but added: “You have to understand that there is nothing,” saying of the Russians, “They destroyed everything.”See the Story
45% Left coverage: 96 sources