Tuesday, June 6, 2023
Ukraine trying to end battlefield stalemate in what may be start of counteroffensive
Ukrainian forces were making a major effort to end months of a battlefield stalemate and punch through Russian defensive lines in southeast Ukraine for a second day, with Russian officials saying on Monday that Moscow's forces have foiled at least one assault.
As India grieves train crash that killed 275, relatives try to identify bodies of loved onesFamilies of the victims of India's deadliest train crash in decades filled a hospital in Bhubaneswar city on Monday to identify and collect bodies of relatives, as railway officials recommended a federal criminal probe of the crash that killed 275 people.
Trump lawyers meet with Justice Department as charging decision nears in Mar-a-Lago caseLawyers for Donald Trump met with Justice Department officials on Monday as a decision nears on whether to bring charges over the handling of classified documents at the former president's Florida estate.
Former Vice President Pence files paperwork launching 2024 presidential bidFormer Vice President Mike Pence filed paperwork on Monday declaring his campaign for president in 2024, setting up a challenge to his former boss, Donald Trump, just two years after their time in the White House ended with an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and Pence fleeing for his life.
Lawyer says 'nothing was out of bounds' for reporters seeking scoops on young Prince HarryNo event in the life of a young Prince Harry was too trivial or private for the journalists of Mirror Group Newspapers to resist, and the demand for such scoops led to the use of illegal means to dig up dirt, his lawyer said Monday in the opening of his phone hacking lawsuit.
Hundreds of journalists strike to demand leadership change at biggest US newspaper chainJournalists at two dozen local newspapers across the U.S. walked off the job Monday to demand an end to painful cost-cutting measures and a change of leadership at Gannett, the country's biggest newspaper chain.
Pride becomes a minefield for big companies, but many continue their supportMany big companies, including Target and Bud Light's parent, are still backing Pride events in June despite the minefield that the monthlong celebration has become for some of them.
Biden set for critical talks on Ukraine this week with Denmark's Frederiksen, UK's SunakPresident Joe Biden is welcoming Denmark and Britain's prime ministers this week to Washington for talks that will focus heavily on what lays ahead in the war in Ukraine -- including the recently-launched effort to train, and eventually equip, Ukraine with American-made F-16s fighter jets.
Unresponsive pilot seen slumped over before Virginia plane crash that killed 4, officials sayThe pilot of a business jet that flew over Washington and crashed in a remote part of Virginia appeared to be slumped over and unresponsive, three U.S. officials said Monday, recounting observations by fighter pilots who intercepted the wayward flight.
Apple unveils sleek, $3,500 'Vision Pro' goggles. Will they be what VR has been looking for?Apple on Monday unveiled a long-rumored headset that will place its users between the virtual and real world, while also testing the technology trendsetter's ability to popularize newfangled devices after others failed to capture the public's imagination.
Mexico president's ruling party ousts once-dominant party in most populous stateThe ruling party of Mexico's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador won the governorship of the country's most populous state, dealing a life-threatening blow to the old ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party -- or PRI -- which had governed the State of Mexico without interruption for nearly a century.
Three bodies recovered in Iowa building collapse; lawsuit accuses city and owners of negligenceThe bodies of three men have been removed from the site of a collapsed six-story apartment building, the police chief in Davenport, Iowa, announced Monday.
Sharing the sentence: Separation takes toll on incarcerated moms and their kidsThe number of incarcerated women in the United States dropped by tens of thousands because of COVID-19. But as the criminal justice system returns to business as usual and prison populations creep back to pre-pandemic norms, more children are being separated from their mothers, putting them at greater risk of health and behavioral problems and making them vulnerable to abuse and displacement.
- 10:55 PMShots fired in Elgin
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- 7:05 PMChild hospitalized after being pulled from Northbrook pool
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- 6:44 PMNaperville police investigate gunfire inside house
- 6:41 PMHanover Park man charged with murder in fatal stabbing of teen
- 6:39 PMPolice: Neighbor removed ATV from Round Lake Beach crash scene
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