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US & Canada · Washington

Trump White House counsel Cipollone to testify to 1/6 panel

48% Left coverage: 59 sources
Pat Cipollone, Donald Trump's former White House counsel, is scheduled to testify Friday. He was subpoenaed by the select committee last week after weeks of public pressure to provide testimony to the panel. He is said to have stridently and repeatedly warned the former president and his allies against their efforts to challenge the election.See the Story
US & Canada · Elberton

Georgia monument that some called satanic damaged by bomb

Coverage: 29 sources
A rural Georgia monument that some conservative Christians have criticized as satanic was bombed before dawn on Wednesday, damaging one of four granite panels that some people dubbed “America’s Stonehenge.”See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

NASA Loses Contact With Moon Probe, Delays Trajectory Correction Maneuver

44% Left coverage: 27 sources
NASA said Tuesday, July 5, that it has lost contact with a $32.7 million spacecraft headed to moon to test out a lopsided lunar orbit. The satellite was launched last week from New Zealand and on Monday left Earth's orbit, on its way to the moon. NASA announced the problem Tuesday and said the spacecraft's team was working to restore communications. The 55-pound satellite is the size of a microwave oven and will be the first spacecraft to try out this oval orbit, which is where NASA wants to stage its Gateway outpost.See the Story
DACA · United States

Federal appeals court hears arguments on legality of DACA program

57% Center coverage: 7 sources
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, better known as DACA, is legal. Former President Barrack Obama created DACA through executive action in 2012. It was created to protect undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children from deportation. The program lasts for two years at a time and can be renewed, but it does not give a pathway to citizenship.See the Story
Europe · London

Boris Johnson remains defiant as first leadership challenger throws their hat into the ring

42% Left coverage: 12 sources
Boris Johnson vows to push through an open rebellion from his government officials. "I am not going to step down and the last thing this country needs, frankly, is an election," he says. Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid both said they could no longer support the culture of scandal. The two ministers resigned after several days of shifting explanations from Johnson's office.See the Story
US & Canada · Highland Park

July 4 parade shooting suspect slipped past Illinois "red flag" safeguards

Coverage: 10 sources
Robert Crimo III, 21, is charged with seven counts of murder. Authorities say he passed four background checks and purchased five weapons. He had two encounters with local police in 2019, before he legally obtained his weapons. Illinois State Police addressed questions about why the "clear and present danger" report did not prevent Crimo from obtaining a FOID card just four months later.See the Story
Mass Shooting

How to donate to Highland Park shooting victims and their families

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Several fundraisers have been launched to support the victims of the mass shooting. A pair of GoFundMes, ran by the charity group VictimsFirst, are donating 100 percent of the money raised to go to victims and their families. There is also a t-shirt fundraiser where donators can purchase a special Highland Park Strong t-shirts.See the Story

As calls grow to free Brittney Griner, Biden says he’s spoken with her wife

Coverage: 2 sources
WNBA star Brittney Griner is on trial in Russia after being detained on drug charges in February. A Russian judge has ordered Griner to be detained for the length of her trial, which began last Friday. Griner appealed directly to the president in a handwritten letter delivered to the White House on Monday.See the Story

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