• Russia today targeted the Ukrainian capital Kyiv with a series ofmissile attacks. The head of the Ukrainian National Police said one person was killed and five were injured in a strike that struck a residential apartment.
• On Saturday, President Biden signed the first majorfederal gun safety lawpassed in decades, making it the most controversial in Washington. It was one of the policy issues and showed an important breakthrough for bipartisan.
• Oslo's annual pride parade was canceled on Saturday after adeadly shooting at a gay bar, which Norwegian police are investigating as a possible terrorist attack. I did. Two people were killed and eight were injured in the shooting.
G7 SummitStarted on the weekend The war in Germany continues, and the war in Ukraine and rising prices are a major focus for some of the world's largest economic leaders.
President Biden will visit Madrid, Spain for the 2022 NATO summit. This is another alliance that has helped Ukraine as Russia's invasion continues. Ukrainian PresidentVolodymyr Zelensky is expected to effectively address both theG7and theNATOsummit.
Primary elections in Colorado, Illinois, New York, Oklahoma, and Utah, primaries in Mississippi and South Carolina, and special elections in Nebraska's First Parliamentary District. I will. ..
Friday is a traditional holiday day for many who head for the holiday weekend of July 4th. And if you plan to hit the freeway, you're not alone. AAA isand predicts that 42 million Americanswill make more than 50 miles of road trips than ever before.
July 1st is alsoCanada Day, with one of Canada's original three provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Canada, now Ontario and Quebec). I am commemorating my participation as a country. 1867.
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In this week's special extended Sunday edition of the 5Things podcast, we'll look at a key week in the Supreme Court and the widespread impact of the two major judgments. First, CNN Supreme Court reporter Ariane de Vogue said that the conservative majority of the court was Roe v. Find out why you overturned Wade and what it means for women across the country. Next, following a major ruling on gun rights, CNN's Elleeve is aggressively trying to loosen the state's weapons law, despite a series of recent gunfire incidents and the passage of a new federal gun law. Examine the Oklahoma Group. Listen here
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What's happening in entertainment
The new CNN movie"Citizen Ashe"will premiere tonight at 9pm. ET / PT. The film explores the lasting legacy of the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the only black man to win a singles title at the Australian Open, Arthur Ashe. In addition to being one of the greatest American tennis players of all time, Ash was also a social activist, role model, and advocate of HIV / AIDS awareness after making his own diagnosis publicly available in 1992.
Season 4of the series set in the future Wild West Fantasy Park will return to HBO at 9pm tonight. increase. ET after a two-year break. (Like CNN, HBO is a unit of Warner Bros. Discovery.)
"Minions: The Rise of Guru"is coming to the theater, and Netflix is the last two of Season 4 of "Stranger Things" Drop a super-large episode.
What's happening in sports
Tennis fans will meet at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in London starting Monday when themain draw of the Grand Slam tournamentbegins. Defending champion Novak Djokovic will face South Korea's Kwon Soon Woo in the men's opening round. In the women's draw, the world's best Iga Sifion will face Croatian qualifier Jana Fett.
The Stanley Cup Finals will continue late today, with Colorado Avalanche leading Tampa Bay Lightning 3-2. The pack will drop at 8 pm. ET.
Take CNN's weekly news quizto see how much you remember from that week. So far, 55% of fellow quiz fans have won more than 8 out of 10 this week. How well can you do it?
Spend part of a summer Sunday in this 1960s classic of Martha & the Vandellas. (Click here to see)