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The toll of nuclear war would be instantly catastrophic for those who are within the immediate path of the weapons — and would cause worldwide famine.
Nuclear war between the U.S. and Russia would kill more than 5 billion people just from starvation, study finds
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EXCLUSIVE: Moments after casting her vote in Jackson, Wyoming, Rep. Liz Cheney tells CBS News’ @costareports that today is “the beginning of a battle."

"We’re facing a moment where our democracy really is under attack and under threat."
A father and his son plan on keeping a rare, bright blue lobster caught off the coast of Maine in a tank at their family's restaurant.
Is @ashanti “boo’d up?”

The Grammy-winner says the answer lies in the lyrics and video for her upcoming record, “Falling for You.”
Some Americans are getting extra cash to help offset inflation, with at least 16 states offering financial relief to residents grappling with higher food, gas and rent.
A number of prominent figures have joined the Ukrainian government to call for a new Nuremberg-style tribunal to hold Russia's leaders to account for one specific crime they say is falling through the cracks: the crime of aggression.
Could Russia's Vladimir Putin face a Nuremberg-style tribunal over the Ukraine war?
Football star Manti Te’o, whose catfishing experience is featured in a new docu-series, shares how he responded to the negativity when the story of his relationship was first revealed: “You find a lot about yourself when the narrative is now negative.”
The FDA said the new regulation cuts red tape by creating a new class of hearing aids that don't require a medical exam, a prescription and other specialty evaluations.
FDA moves to allow many Americans to buy hearing aids without a prescription
FIELD OF LIGHT: A dazzling art installation of thousands of illuminated wine bottles is helping people in California find serenity — and raise money for local charities: “It’s just showing people really do care.”
Cincinnati Zoo selects the name for Fiona the Hippo's new baby brother
The family of late rapper and community activist Nipsey Hussle accepted his star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame on what would have been his 37th birthday: “I hope it encourages you to break away from whatever might be holding you back.”
Law enforcement across the country rescued more than 200 sex trafficking victims, including 84 children, in a nationwide sweep dubbed "Operation Cross Country," the FBI announced.

The youngest victim was 11 years old.
FBI rescues more than 200 trafficking victims, including 84 children, in "Operation Cross Country"
Trump passports taken in FBI search of Mar-a-Lago returned to former president
Methotrexate, a medication used to treat arthritis and cancer, is becoming harder to get, as the same pill is also prescribed to end non-viable pregnancies.

Patients who rely on the medication to manage their pain, including a 10-year-old, are worried about losing access to it.
The Pentagon conducted an intercontinental ballistic missile launch less than two weeks after postponing the planned test due to tensions with China over House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan.
U.S. conducts missile launch after postponing due to China tensions
A judge cleared the way for a defamation lawsuit filed by relatives of some victims of the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook to proceed against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
Judge rules against Alex Jones, says Sandy Hook defamation case can proceed in Connecticut
BABY PRODUCT RECALL: Millions of swings and rockers sold by 4moms are being recalled, after one 10-month old baby died and another was injured.
Fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin on the set of "Rust" was an accident, medical examiner rules
Women’s rights activist Tamana Paryani says she spent a month in prison, where she was tortured, after she live-streamed her arrest.

She now lives in hiding, scared for her life: “I did it so that I could show the world what the Taliban are really like.”
Ron DeSantis begins rally tour of battleground states, with FBI raid and 2024 as the backdrop
JUST IN: First lady Jill Biden has tested positive for COVID-19 while vacationing in South Carolina with her family, including President Biden, and is experiencing “mild symptoms.”
CBS MORNINGS DEALS: From robot vacuums that can stay on top of the floor crumbs to washable rugs, these items could make your home just a little bit neater.

Check out our exclusive, discounted prices #affiliatelink
First lady Jill Biden has tested positive for COVID-19 while vacationing in South Carolina with her family, including President Biden.
First lady Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19
“Whether it was catfishing or real, I mourned both”: Football star Manti Te’o inspired many by playing through the grief of losing his grandmother and girlfriend — but then, a reporter discovered his girlfriend never existed.

He says he’s now ready to be open about his past.
Some 30,000 babies in the U.S. have had their first names changed in the past five years, according to data collected by the Washington Post — due to names falling in popularity and poor spelling, like Issac and Chole.
Sacheen Littlefeather receives formal apology for mistreatment at 1973 Oscars
Tiger Woods is reportedly trying to get the world’s top golf players “on the same page” in their support for the PGA Tour, as the long-standing organization loses players to massive paydays from Saudi-backed LIV Golf.
72% of U.S. school districts did not have enough applicants to fill all of their open teaching positions ahead of this school year.

@SecCardona says rectifying the growing problem includes paying teachers "competitive" salaries and doing more to address burnout.
Pennsylvania man accused of posting threats to law enforcement online in days following the FBI's search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago
Pennsylvania man accused of posting threats to law enforcement online in days following the FBI's search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago
Last month marked the third-hottest July ever recorded in the U.S. — and new research suggests that in about 30 years, extreme heat will be the norm for more than 100 million Americans.

@WeatherChannel’s @StephanieAbrams breaks down how the heat will impact our health.
Rep. Liz Cheney is trailing her Trump-backed primary challenger by double digits.

If defeated, Cheney, who is the vice chair of the Jan. 6 committee, would be the eighth House Republican who supported Trump’s impeachment to be exiting Congress.
One person was killed and nine others suffered severe injuries after a house exploded in Wyatt, Missouri.
1 killed, 9 injured after house explodes in Missouri
Former Pres. Trump is calling for the immediate release of the search affidavit for his Mar-a-Lago home.

But DOJ prosecutors said unsealing the underlying evidence for the search warrant would cause “significant and irreparable damage” and could threaten its ongoing case.
The DOJ said that it opposes the release of the FBI affidavit used to justify the search warrant on former Pres. Trump's residence at Mar-a-Lago.
Rudy Giuliani is expected to appear before a grand jury Wednesday, @macfarlanenews reports, as an investigation into efforts to influence and overturn the 2020 presidential election results ramps up.
Rapper A$AP Rocky charged with assaulting former friend with a firearm
More than 5,700 pouches of Capri Sun's wild cherry flavored juice are being voluntarily recalled due to possible contamination with cleaning solution
Over 5,700 cases of Capri Sun juice pouches recalled due to possible cleaning solution contamination
"Spider-Man" actor Tom Holland says he's stepping away from social media in order to take care of his mental health.
Tom Holland says he's taking a social media break to take care of mental health
WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann is jumping back into the real estate game three years after his abrupt exit from the troubled shared office space company.
The top executive at Pfizer, a leading producer of COVID-19 vaccines, has tested positive for the virus and says he is experiencing very mild symptoms.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tests positive for COVID-19, has mild symptoms
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