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NFL · Cleveland

Browns trade QB Baker Mayfield to Carolina Panthers

55% Center coverage: 45 sources
Baker Mayfield's four-year career with the Cleveland Browns has come to an end. On Wednesday, the Carolina Panthers announced that they have acquired Mayfield in a trade. Cleveland will send Carolina a conditional 2024 fifth-round pick in the deal. The Browns will still pay Mayfield $10.5 million following the trade.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

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

46% Left coverage: 57 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
Business · Seattle

Amazon Prime members to get free food deliveries through Grubhub deal

54% Center coverage: 39 sources
The Grubhub Plus membership lets customers order from thousands of restaurants with no delivery fees on most orders. Amazon Prime membership costs $139 per year. The deal is part of a partnership between Amazon and Just Eat Takeaway, the Amsterdam-based delivery company that bought Grub hub in 2020 for $7.3 billion.See the Story
Crime · Madison

Wisconsin court: Sex trafficking can be defence for homicide

47% Center coverage: 28 sources
A woman accused of killing a man can argue at trial that she was justified because he was sexually trafficking her, Wisconsin's Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in a decision that could help define the limits of legal immunity for trafficking victims nationwide. The justices ruled 4-3 that a 2008 state law that absolves trafficking victims of criminal liability for any offences committed as a direct result of being trafficked extends to first-degree intentional homicide. However, they said Chrystul Kizer must first provide evidence for a trial judge that her decision to kill Randall Volar was connected to being trafficked before she can invoke immunity.See the Story
US & Canada · Uvalde

Police should have found way ‘to stop the killing and dying’ during Uvalde shooting, new report says

75% Center coverage: 12 sources
Review of Uvalde school massacre finds missed chances, says police should have found way to stop the killing and dying. Get top headlines from the Union-Tribune in your inbox weekday mornings, including top news, local, sports, business, entertainment and opinion. You may occasionally receive promotional content from the San Diego Union- Tribune.See the Story
US & Canada

Child care centers are struggling to stay open. Here's how it's impacting families

78% Center coverage: 9 sources
"We're hearing from people all over the country that child care costs are unaffordable, and we're also hearing from parents who are child care workers that they're not earning living wages," one expert shared.See the Story
US & Canada

3 men plead guilty to defrauding seniors out of more than $350,000 in 'Grandparent Scam'

89% Center coverage: 9 sources
Trio pleads guilty to defrauding 14 Rhode Island seniors out of more than $350,000. Victims, whose ages ranged from 79 to 94, were contacted by people who impersonated family members. Callers "falsely told the victims that a loved one, generally a grandchild, had been arrested," authorities say.See the Story

Robert E. Crimo drove to Madison, where he contemplated another attack

Coverage: 4 sources
Highland Park parade suspect Robert Crimo III contemplated a second attack in the area of Madison, Wisconsin, and he was also in adjacent Middleton, in the hours after the Illinois massacre. Crimo, 21, was from Highland Park and had long ties to that community. He is accused of murdering seven people and injuring more than two dozen others in the attack on the Highland Park Fourth of July parade.See the Story

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