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Kim Jong-Un · Pyongyang
North Korea’s first spy satellite launch ends in failure, and promise to send up another
North Korea’s first spy satellite launch has ended in failure after its second stage malfunctioned, sending the projectile plunging into the sea, the country’s state media has said, with the regime vowing to conduct another launch soon.See the Story
48% Center coverage: 196 sources
Protestors · Atlanta
Chick-fil-A’s DEI leader sparks calls for boycott
News of Chick-fil-A having vice president of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) has some conservative groups calling for a boycott. See the Story
62% Center coverage: 66 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
Debt ceiling bill advances to final House vote after McCarthy gets help from Democrats
A bill to raise the debt ceiling and cut government spending passed a key procedural hurdle in the House on Wednesday, clearing its path to a final vote on the floor later in the evening. See the Story
53% Center coverage: 56 sources
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Politics · Chicago
Chicago mayor, interim police superintendent respond to Memorial Day weekend violence
At least 11 people were shot and killed and 50 were injured over the holiday weekend. The youngest person who was shot was just two years old. Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson said the city saw community divestment, poverty and trauma. Johnson said his administration's priority is to increase peace and safety.See the Story
55% Center coverage: 11 sources
Europe · Paris
Notre Dame’s fire-ravaged roof rebuilt using medieval techniques
If time travel was possible, medieval carpenters would surely be amazed to see how woodworking techniques they pioneered in building Notre Dame Cathedral more than 800 years ago are being used again today to rebuild the world-famous monument’s fire-ravaged roof.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 93 sources
International Atomic Energy Agency · Kharkiv
Staff at Ukraine's experimental nuclear site pick up pieces from Russian strikes
The Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology was a jewel in the crown of Ukraine's nuclear research sector. Staff say the site was struck some 100 times with rockets and bombs during the first months of the war. The International Atomic Energy Agency has also accused Russia of targeting the research lab.See the Story
77% Center coverage: 13 sources
Europe · Moscow
Large-scale drone attack hits Moscow for first time in Ukraine war
The Russian capital has been hit by a rare drone attack that has caused “minor” damage to buildings and no casualties, the city’s mayor said. “This morning, at dawn, a drone attack caused minor damage to several buildings. All the city’s emergency services are on the scene … No one has been seriously injured so far,” Moscow’s mayor Sergei Sobyanin said in a statement on Tuesday.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 237 sources
Volodymyr Zelenskyy · Washington
Russia issues arrest warrant for Lindsey Graham over Ukraine comments
Russia’s Interior Ministry on Monday issued an arrest warrant for U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham following his comments related to the fighting in Ukraine. In an edited video of his meeting on Friday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy that was released by Zelenskyy’s office, Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, noted that “the Russians are dying” and described the U.S. military assistance to the country as “the best money we’ve ever spent.”See the Story
58% Center coverage: 223 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
Spending and debt ceiling plan: What’s next?
President Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) reached an agreement in principle late Saturday to cap spending and raise the debt ceiling in an effort to avoid a potentially disastrous financial crisis. Attention is now focusing on the release of the legislative text, which is being finalized.See the Story
66% Center coverage: 24 sources
Kemal Kilicdaroglu · Ankara
Turkey’s President Erdogan seals election victory to enter third decade in power
Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, won re-election Sunday after seeing the strongest challenge to his 20-year rule. State-run news agency Anadolu’s vote count shows Erdoğan leading opposition candidate Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu 52.11% to 47.89% with 98.52% of the vote counted.See the Story
43% Center coverage: 198 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
McCarthy predicts debt ceiling deal will pass U.S. House with Republican support
Moderates from both sides will have to support the bill, as any compromise will almost definitely lose the support of the far left and far right wings of each party, increasing the likelihood of a U.S. default.See the Story
68% Center coverage: 41 sources