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US & Canada · Washington

U.S. CDC advisers recommend COVID booster for children 5-11

64% Center coverage: 132 sources
The CDC takes the next step of recommending who actually needs vaccinations. Its advisers debated if all otherwise healthy 5- to 11-year-olds need an extra dose. But the U.S. now is averaging 100,000 new cases a day for the first time since February.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Trump pays $110,000 fine, but must submit paperwork to end contempt order

73% Center coverage: 75 sources
Donald Trump has paid the $110,000 fine levied after he was held in contempt by a New York judge. He has not yet filed more than a dozen affidavits due today to purge the contempt finding, but a source with his legal team confirmed to CBS News that they intend to. Trump was holding in contempt after failing to comply with a subpoena requiring he turn over documents to investigators.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

US, S Korean leaders meet in face of N Korea nuclear threat

58% Center coverage: 71 sources
Biden lands in South Korea on Friday evening, where he meets new President Yoon Suk-yeol. The two will tour a Samsung Electronics plant together on Friday ahead of a full day of events on Saturday. Yoon has signaled he will take a tougher line on North Korea than his predecessor and is expected to ask for Biden's help.See the Story
Europe · Washington

Blinken accuses Russia of using food as a weapon in Ukraine

51% Center coverage: 49 sources
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken chairs U.N. Security Council meeting. He says war has halted maritime trade in large areas of the Black Sea. 20 million tons of grain sit unused in Ukrainian silos as global food supplies dwindle, he says. World Food Program: 47 million people in 43 countries are already facing famine.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Jan. 6 panel asks GOP lawmaker to testify about Capitol tour

Coverage: 42 sources
The U.S. congressional committee probing the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol on Thursday said it wants to ask Republican U.S. Representative Barry Loudermilk about a tour it believes he led through the complex the day before the riot.See the Story
US & Canada

Ozzy Osbourne's daughter Aimee escapes Hollywood studio fire

74% Center coverage: 23 sources
Ozzy Osbourne's daughter Aimee and her producer escaped a Hollywood recording studio fire that killed another person. Her mother, Sharon Osbourne, confirms in an Instagram post that her elder daughter was one of two people who got out alive. The Los Angeles Fire Department says the fire erupted late Thursday afternoon in a two-story commercial building.See the Story
US & Canada · Atlanta

Georgia man Ryan Duke acquitted of murder in death of teacher Tara Grinstead, despite 2017 confession

42% Center coverage: 19 sources
Crystal Lynn Cox was found guilty on Thursday after a four-day jury trial. The jury deliberated for one and a half hours before announcing her guilty of murder. Cox and her boyfriend Jermaine Garnes Sr. were both charged in August 2021 in connection to Zeus Cox's death.See the Story
US & Canada · Los Angeles

Ellen DeGeneres: proud of what she, daytime TV show achieved

77% Center coverage: 13 sources
The Ellen DeGeneres Show will end its 19-year run on Thursday, May 26. Oprah Winfrey suggested she take time off. "I'm really proud that I was able to reach so many different women," she says. She's busy with one of her passions, remodeling houses, and will travel to Rwanda.See the Story
Business · Georgia

Announcement expected to confirm $7B auto plant in Georgia

66% Center coverage: 6 sources
Gov. Brian Kemp planned to travel to the site Friday for what his office would only describe as a special announcement. President Joe Biden is visiting South Korea and his schedule included a weekend event with the company's chairman. The South Korean automaker already operates two American assembly plants in Montgomery, Alabama, and in West Point, Georgia.See the Story

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