At Least 6 Killed In Shooting At Fourth Of July Parade In Illinois; Person Of Interest In CustodySix people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, and more than two dozen people were taken to area hospitals with injuries, officials said.
Firefighters Rescue Kitten Trapped In Tennessee Walmart Pepsi MachineFirefighters in Morristown, Tennessee, staged an adorable rescue mission after a kitten was found trapped in a Pepsi vending machine inside a Walmart store.
FDA Warns Against Using Baby Neck Floats After 1 Dies, 1 HospitalizedParents and caregivers are being urged by the FDA not to use baby neck floats after at least one infant died and another was hospitalized.
Supreme Court Strikes Down New York Gun Law, Expanding Gun RightsJustice Clarence Thomas wrote for the majority that the Constitution protects "an individual’s right to carry a handgun for self-defense outside the home.”
At Least Five SpaceX Employees Fired For Letter Criticizing Elon MuskSpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell sent an email saying the company had investigated and "terminated a number of employees involved" with the letter.
White House Unlikely To Push For Gas Rebate Cards, Official SaysThe Biden administration is unlikely to advocate for sending households gas rebate cards as officials continue to weigh all options to ease the pain at the pump, an official familiar with the matter tells CNN.
Coca-Cola Is Putting Jack & Coke In A CanDrinking a Jack and Coke is about to become, somehow, even easier.
House Jan. 6 Committee Zeroes In On Trump's False Election Claims In Public HearingThe House Jan. 6 committee focused its second public hearing on those closest to former President Donald Trump who said they told him it was too premature to declare victory on election night in 2020 — and how Trump used his premature declaration of victory to push baseless claims that the election was stolen.
A Dying Uvalde Teacher Was On The Phone With Her Husband -- A School Police Officer Whose Boss Decided Not To Enter Her Classroom, Report SaysDuring the bloodbath, a negotiator tried to call the shooter, but he didn't respond, Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin told reporters Wednesday.
Assault-Style Weapon In Deadly Tulsa Medical Facility Shooting Was Bought That Day, Sources SayThe two firearms -- a semiautomatic rifle and a semiautomatic pistol -- were both found at the scene, Tulsa police Capt. Richard Meulenberg told CNN earlier.
Tulsa Police: 4 Killed, Including Suspect, In Shooting At Medical BuildingThree people were killed Wednesday in a shooting at a Tulsa medical building on a hospital campus, a police captain said.
It's Pride Month; Here's What You Need To KnowThe original organizers chose this month to pay homage to the Stonewall uprising in June 1969 in New York City, which helped spark the modern gay rights movement.
Rain Doesn't Stop Bigfoot Festival-Goers In North CarolinaThe rain did not stop Bigfoot believers from enjoying the Bigfoot Festival for the first time in two years on Saturday, May 14 in downtown Marion, North Carolina.
Has Inflation Reached Its Peak? 3 Signs Prices Could Soon Come DownThankfully some analysts think that the burden could soon ease, and that we've reached an inflationary top.
Rising Cost Of Gas Prompts Renewed Discussion Of ‘Mystery Surcharge’ Behind California’s Higher PricesCalifornians are currently paying about $1.70 more per gallon than the national average. As lawmakers discuss ways to help offset some of the rising costs there is again talk of the “mystery surcharge” now seven years old.