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  1. Donald Trump isn’t in office anymore. But he remains the dominant figure of the 2022 midterm elections.

  2. As heat ramps up ahead of what forecasters say will be a hotter than normal summer, electricity experts and officials are warning that states may not have enough power to meet demand in the coming months. And many of the nation’s grid operators are also not taking climate change into account in their planning, even as extreme weather becomes more frequent and more severe.

  3. Missouri authorities on Wednesday identified the four people who were killed when an Amtrak train crashed into a dump truck at a crossing near the town of Mendon earlier this week.

  4. Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in Thursday as an associate justice to the United States Supreme Court on Thursday, making history as the first Black woman on the highest court in the nation.

  5. During Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) took a moment to defend the nominee against some of the questions raised by his GOP colleagues, and gave her a message of support invoking Harriet Tubman.

  6. Parents of victims killed in the Robb Elementary School shooting reacted angrily to new surveillance video from the day of the shooting obtained by the Austin American-Statesman newspaper which was published before they could see it.

  7. In a rare move, more than 200 congressional staffers have sent a letter to Democratic leadership in the House and Senate, demanding they close the deal on a climate and clean energy package and warning that failure could doom younger generations.

  8. Two people were killed in flash flooding in Larimer County, Colorado, on Friday, according to the sheriff’s office.

  9. One of the United Kingdom’s largest airports suspended flights on Monday after high temperatures damaged a runway. Temperatures soared up to 37 degrees Celsius (about 99 degrees Fahrenheit) in some parts of the country.

  10. When most of us read the words “plant-based diet,” we tend to think of foods such as kale salads and grain bowls or trendy meat replacements. But there is one nonmeat option that’s gaining traction as the newest superfood: seaweed.

  11. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has arrived in the Republic of Congo, the second stop on his Africa tour where he is aiming to seek support amid global anger over food shortages following Moscow’s blockade of vital Ukrainian ports.

  12. Two-time Olympic medalist and seven-time WNBA All-Star Brittney Griner was found guilty in a Russia court of drug smuggling with criminal intent. Griner pleaded guilty to drug charges last month in what her lawyers say was an attempt to take responsibility and receive leniency. Griner was sentenced by the court to 9 years of jail time with a fine of 1 million rubles (roughly 16,400 USD), judge Anna Sotnikova of the Khimki city court said.

  13. The Indiana House and Senate on Friday passed a GOP-sponsored bill that would ban most abortions, the first state legislature to pass a restrictive law against the procedure since Roe v. Wade was overturned earlier this summer.

  14. The House of Representatives is on track to vote on Friday to pass Democrats’ $750 billion health care, energy and climate bill, in a significant victory for President Joe Biden and his party.

  15. Micheal Cohen, Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, tells CNN’s Don Lemon what he predicts the former president’s next move will be following the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago.

  16. Standing room only, fans lined around the block and social media coverage like never before, all there to see one man: a four-time NBA champion and four-time NBA Most Valuable Player.

  17. • Biden says he has a ‘plan’ for families of 9/11 victims who want justice
    • Inside 9/11: The day that never ends
    • Here are ways to honor and observe the 9/11 National Day of Service

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