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US & Canada · Harrisburg

Pennsylvania Senate GOP primary too close to call, recount likely

51% Center coverage: 39 sources
Oz led McCormick by 1,079 votes, or 0.08 percentage points, out of 1,340,248 ballots counted as of 5 p.m. Friday. The race is close enough to trigger Pennsylvania's automatic recount law. The winner will face Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in November.See the Story
Business · Cape Canaveral

Boeing docks crew capsule to space station in test do-over

49% Center coverage: 39 sources
Boeing's Starliner capsule docked at the International Space Station for the first time. The automated rendezvous went off without a major hitch, despite the failure of a handful of thrusters. If the rest of Starliner's mission goes well, Boeing could be ready to launch its first crew by the end of this year.See the Story
Voting · Canberra

Australians vote to determine conservative government future

Coverage: 37 sources
More than 17 million people are enrolled to vote in Australia's election. It is the country's first election since 2019. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is up against Labor Leader Anthony Albanese. Rising cost of living and climate change are key issues for voters. But the election has largely been framed as a referendum on the leaders' characters.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

US removes 5 groups from terror blacklist, retains al-Qaida

42% Left coverage: 36 sources
The U.S. is poised to remove five extremist groups from its list of foreign terrorist organizations. Several of these groups once posed significant threats, killing hundreds if not thousands of people across Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The decision was politically sensitive for the Biden administration and the countries in which the organizations operated.See the Story
US & Canada · Buffalo

Handling of Buffalo suspect spurs talk of uneven restraint

52% Center coverage: 27 sources
Buffalo police arrested a man suspected of killing 10 people at a supermarket. He was carrying an AR-15-style rifle and cloaked in body armor and hatred. Black people have been killed in encounters with police over minor traffic infractions or no infractions at all. Where is that training, that determined following of protocol, when it comes to them?See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Biden names John Kirby as NSC coordinator for strategic communications

38% Left coverage: 24 sources
Pentagon press secretary John Kirby is joining the White House, according to a person familiar with the matter. Kirby also served as the top spokesman at the Pentagon and the State Department during the Obama administration. He is expected to take handle strategic communications for the NSC, as the West Wing navigates foreign policy challenges.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Ukraine's Zelenskiy proposes formal deal on compensation from Russia

Coverage: 16 sources
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky proposed a deal Friday to secure compensation for countries that "suffered from Russia's actions" A compensation deal would show aggressors that they will be held accountable for their actions at the international level, he said. G7 countries have said they will provide nearly $20 billion in financial aid for Ukraine.See the Story
US & Canada · Harrisburg

Summer Lee wins PA House primary in triumph for the Squad

63% Left coverage: 19 sources
Pennsylvania state Rep. Summer Lee has won the Democratic primary for an open U.S. House seat in Pennsylvania. Lee had 41.8% of the vote to establishment-backed attorney Steve Irwin's 41.1%, according to the Pennsylvania secretary of state. The result marks another win for progressives this week in a pitched nationwide battle with more establishment Democrats for ideological control of the party.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. slams China, U.N. rights chief, ahead of Xinjiang visit

38% Center coverage: 16 sources
U.N. rights chief Michelle Bachelet will lead a six-day mission to China starting Monday. The United States said she was failing to stand up for the region's Uyghur community. The U.S. has been critical of China's treatment of the region.See the Story

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