Thursday, June 8, 2023
Trump braces for possible federal charges after being warned he's a target of documents probe
Former President Donald Trump and his aides are bracing for a potential indictment in the classified documents investigation as prosecutors handling the probe were spotted Thursday at a Miami courthouse where a grand jury has been hearing from witnesses.
Air quality alerts extend for third day as smoke from Canadian wildfires pushes southOfficials warned residents to stay inside and limit outdoor activities Thursday as a thick, hazardous haze of wildfire smoke loomed over daily life for millions of people across the U.S. and Canada for a third day and was expected to persist as long as the weekend.
Supreme Court rules in favor of Black Alabama voters in defense of Voting Rights ActThe Supreme Court on Thursday issued a surprising ruling in favor of Black voters in a congressional redistricting case, ordering the creation of a second district with a large Black population.
The S&P 500 is in a bull market. Here's what that means and how long the bull might runThe S&P 500 is now in what Wall Street refers to as a bull market, meaning the index has risen 20% or more from its most recent low. Here are some answers to questions about bull and bear markets.
'These are our kids': Biden condemns wave of state legislation to restrict LGBTQ+ rightsPresident Joe Biden unveiled new initiatives Thursday to protect LGBTQ+ communities but hastily postponed a big Pride Month celebration on the White House lawn with thousands of guests from around the country because of poor air quality from the Canadian wildfires.
GOP set to push mail ballots, voting methods they previously blasted as recipes for fraudAfter years of criticizing mail voting and so-called ballot harvesting as ripe for fraud, Republicans at the top of the party want to change course.
Russia shells Ukrainian city inundated by dam collapse after Zelenskyy visitRussian forces Thursday shelled a southern Ukrainian city inundated by flooding in a catastrophic dam collapse, Ukrainian officials said, forcing a suspension of some rescue efforts hours after President Volodymyr Zelenskyy went to the area to assess the damage.
The GOP presidential field is largely set. Here are takeaways on where the contest stands.A handful of stragglers may jump in later, but as of now there are at least 10 high-profile Republican candidates officially seeking their party's nomination. And with the announcement phase of the primary campaign largely over, several leading Republican contenders will gather in North Carolina this weekend to begin a more aggressive sorting period.
Knife attack at park in French Alps critically wounds 4 young children as people cry for helpAs bystanders screamed for help, a man with a knife stabbed four young children at a lakeside park in the French Alps on Thursday, assaulting at least one in a stroller repeatedly. The children between 22 months and 3 years old suffered life-threatening injuries, and two adults also were wounded, authorities said.
Pat Robertson, broadcaster who helped make religion central to GOP politics, dies at 93Pat Robertson, a religious broadcaster who turned a tiny Virginia station into the global Christian Broadcasting Network, tried a run for president and helped make religion central to Republican Party politics in America through his Christian Coalition, has died. He was 93.
Pope in 'good general condition' after surgery to remove intestinal scar tissue, repair herniaPope Francis' was in "good general condition" Thursday, alert and breathing on his own, following a three-hour operation to remove intestinal scar tissue and repair a hernia in his abdominal wall, the Vatican said.
Drone footage of collapsed dam shows devastation, no evidence to back Russian claimsExclusive drone footage of the collapsed Ukrainian dam and surrounding villages under Russian occupation show the ruined structure falling into the flooded river and hundreds of submerged homes, greenhouses and even a church -- and no sign of life.
- 4:12 PMAfter meeting with Chicago and Naperville mayors, Bears president coming to Arlington Heights
- 3:47 PMAurora casino progress: City plan panel approves zoning, use requests
- 3:40 PMNaperville police investigating jewelry thefts
- 3:03 PMSecond lawsuit filed in death of Elk Grove Village mom during Florida parasailing trip
- 3:03 PMSwarbrick to step down as Notre Dame's AD next year; NBC Sports' Bevacqua will take over
- 2:23 PMJoe Donut filling a hole on Mount Prospect's Rand Road corridor
- 2:12 PMElgin church to host 'School's Out Block Party' June 12
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