Today: July 13, 2024
Today: July 13, 2024

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Poland to spend 5% of GDP on defence in 2025, says foreign minister

Poland will spend 5% of gross domestic product (GDP) on defence in 2025, the foreign minister told Bloomberg Television in an interview broadcast on Friday evening.

Poland to spend 5% of GDP on defence in 2025, says foreign minister
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Philippine Senate orders arrest of mayor probed for alleged Chinese crime ties

The Philippine Senate has ordered the arrest of a small-town mayor after she refused to appear at hearings investigating her alleged ties with Chinese criminal syndicates, a case

Philippine Senate orders arrest of mayor probed for alleged Chinese crime ties
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UN chief urges funds for Palestinians, saying Israel is forcing Gazans 'to move like human pinballs'

The United Nations chief is appealing for funding for the beleaguered U.N. agency helping Palestinian refugees in Gaza and elsewhere in the Middle East

UN chief urges funds for Palestinians, saying Israel is forcing Gazans 'to move like human pinballs'
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Taiwan on alert over 'waves' of missile tests in north China

Taiwan's defence ministry said on Saturday it was monitoring "waves" of missile tests taking place in China's far northern region of Inner Mongolia

Taiwan on alert over 'waves' of missile tests in north China
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Australia PM tells Russia to 'back off' after claims over espionage arrests

Russia accused Australia of inciting "anti-Russian paranoia" for charging a Russian-born couple with espionage, prompting Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Saturday to tell Moscow

Australia PM tells Russia to 'back off' after claims over espionage arrests
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Court upholds Tennessee ban on changing sex in birth certificates

A divided federal appeals court on Friday rejected a constitutional challenge to Tennessee's decades-old policy of not allowing people born in the state to amend their

Court upholds Tennessee ban on changing sex in birth certificates
News|Political

Britain’s Starmer says Biden ‘in good form’ in private talks, reaffirms ‘unshakable support’ for NATO

UK's Prime Minister Keir Starmer joins The Lead

Britain’s Starmer says Biden ‘in good form’ in private talks, reaffirms ‘unshakable support’ for NATO
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Ecuador court sentences five people for up to 34 years in candidate murder

A court in Ecuador on Friday handed down prison sentences of 12 years and 34 years for five people found guilty of murdering presidential candidate Fernando

Ecuador court sentences five people for up to 34 years in candidate murder
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Iran's Pezeshkian rejects U.S. pressure, praises Russia, China

The United States should realise that Iran will not respond to pressure, President-elect Masoud Pezeshkian said in a statement published on Saturday, in which he also highlighted his

Iran's Pezeshkian rejects U.S. pressure, praises Russia, China
Opinion|Political

‘Pod Save America’ hosts hit back at Biden team: ‘What are you spending time on us for?’

‘Pod Save America’ hosts hit back at Biden team: ‘What are you spending time on us for?’

‘Pod Save America’ hosts hit back at Biden team: ‘What are you spending time on us for?’
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Auto workers union chief blasts Trump, praises Biden without using his name

United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain on Friday criticized Donald Trump's U.S. presidential candidacy and praised President Joe Biden without ever using

Auto workers union chief blasts Trump, praises Biden without using his name
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Netanyahu reverses on key Israeli concession in ceasefire talks

Netanyahu reverses on key Israeli concession in ceasefire talks

Netanyahu reverses on key Israeli concession in ceasefire talks
News|Opinion|Political

Democrats weigh Biden's impact on House races as Republicans grow confident of holding majority

Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries has a one-word answer on whether President Joe Biden is a liability for the most vulnerable House Democrats seeking reelection

Democrats weigh Biden's impact on House races as Republicans grow confident of holding majority
News|Political|Sports

Doping-Probe of Chinese swimmers could keep US from hosting future events, ASOIF says

An investigation by American law enforcement into a doping case involving 23 Chinese swimmers could keep the United States from hosting future sporting events, the

Doping-Probe of Chinese swimmers could keep US from hosting future events, ASOIF says
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Biden’s political position is rapidly deteriorating as critical news conference looms

CNN's Abby Phillip speaks with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) about the debate within the Democratic Party over President Joe Biden's 2024 presidential campaign.

Biden’s political position is rapidly deteriorating as critical news conference looms
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Fact check: Biden’s false and misleading claims at high-stakes news conference

President Joe Biden mistakenly referred to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as “President Putin” during remarks. CNN’s Kaitlan Collins reacts to the moment.

Fact check: Biden’s false and misleading claims at high-stakes news conference
Opinion|Political

George Clooney says Democrats need a new nominee just weeks after he headlined a major fundraiser for Biden

Ex-Obama aides David Axelrod and Jon Favreau join Inside Politics with Dana Bash to discuss Democratic donor and actor George Clooney's op-ed calling on President Joe Biden to step aside.

George Clooney says Democrats need a new nominee just weeks after he headlined a major fundraiser for Biden
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Takeaways from Biden’s critical solo news conference

During a news conference at the NATO summit, President Joe Biden pushed back on reporting that he has privately suggested that he may push for earlier evening events.

Takeaways from Biden’s critical solo news conference
News|Political

Michael Cohen asks Supreme Court to step into fight over alleged retaliation by Trump

Michael Cohen joins CNN's Kaitlan Collins to discuss why he is asking the Supreme Court to revive his lawsuit against former President Donald Trump for allegedly retaliating against him for promoting his tell-all book critical of Trump.

Michael Cohen asks Supreme Court to step into fight over alleged retaliation by Trump
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Takeaways from Biden’s critical solo news conference

During a news conference at the NATO summit, President Joe Biden answered a question about his neurological capacity.

Takeaways from Biden’s critical solo news conference
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Britain’s Starmer says Biden ‘in good form’ in private talks, reaffirms ‘unshakable support’ for NATO

CNN's Jake Tapper sits down with United Kingdom's newly-elected Prime Minister Keir Starmer to discuss his first meeting with President Joe Biden. 

Britain’s Starmer says Biden ‘in good form’ in private talks, reaffirms ‘unshakable support’ for NATO
Health|News|Political|World

5 things to know for July 11: Biden’s health, Power outages, Gaza, ‘Rust’ movie shooting, NASA

CNN's Becky Anderson documents four-year-old Julia Abu Zeiter's arduous journey from war-torn Gaza onto a floating ship hospital run by the United Arab Emirates.

5 things to know for July 11: Biden’s health, Power outages, Gaza, ‘Rust’ movie shooting, NASA
Political

Trump claims not to know who is behind Project 2025. A CNN review found at least 140 people who worked for him are involved

CNN's Phil Mattingly breaks down the similarities and differences between the GOP 2024 campaign and Project 2025. 

Trump claims not to know who is behind Project 2025. A CNN review found at least 140 people who worked for him are involved
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5 things to know for July 10: NATO summit, 2024 race, Beryl aftermath, Immigration, Human plague

President Joe Biden bestowed the US' highest civilian honor upon the Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, during highly scrutinized remarks kicking off the NATO summit in Washington, DC.

5 things to know for July 10: NATO summit, 2024 race, Beryl aftermath, Immigration, Human plague
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Biden buys time but Democratic senator warns he could lose in ‘landslide’

Chris Rauen, a Republican from California who is a member of "Haley Voters Working Group," tells CNN's Erin Burnett that he's now voting for President Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential race. He also responds to Haley releasing her delegates to the Republican National Convention and urging them to support former President Donald Trump.

Biden buys time but Democratic senator warns he could lose in ‘landslide’

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