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For roughly half of the people murdered in America, no one is arrested for the crime.
Stream a new CBS Reports documentary on a sobering reality of a justice system in crisis at 8pm E.T., or on demand on @paramountplus or by downloading the CBS News App. https://t.co/oQbID4ksit https://t.co/ekC4DmBCvp
Finland & Sweden joining NATO is just one of several developments from the G7 and NATO talks, which focused on efforts to aid Ukraine, @EenaRuffini reports.
"It was exactly the opposite of what Vladimir Putin said he wanted. He wanted less NATO, instead he's getting more NATO." https://t.co/zqHsyc0BvC
RT @CBSEveningNews: There’s a major shake-up in the works in college athletics as the USC Trojans and the UCLA Bruins are finalizing plans to leave the Pac-12 and join the Big Ten conference as early as 2024. https://t.co/GJetPTRbvZ
RT @CBSEveningNews: Part of Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park remains closed following a major rockfall in an area known as Chaos Canyon. No one was hurt in the incident but officials warn the area remains highly unstable with rain in the forecast this weekend. https://t.co/NdMY9P2247
Democratic strategist Joel Payne says he thinks Hillary Clinton isn't likely to run in 2024.
"I don't know if there's a rationale for Hillary Clinton to run when there is a Democratic president in office and there's a deep bench of Democrats who could potentially succeed him." https://t.co/JQM44cqDSX
The woman was transported to a hospital in Cody, Wyoming, which is about 50 miles away, and treated for non-life threatening injuries, the NPS said. The attack is not the first of its kind this season. https://t.co/6BOvsUWVLA
"You see a hunger to get beyond a candidate who might only be focused on his own 2020 race," Republican strategist Kevin Sheridan says of fmr. Pres. Trump potentially launching a 2024 presidential bid.
"If he can't get beyond that, I think the party moves beyond him." https://t.co/4ipLLNDDYT
"This is a court that is firmly turned to the right," @JanCBS says of the Supreme Court, now that Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is officially sworn in.
"A major term is ahead for her when she really joins the court on the bench for the first time in October." https://t.co/DQLspDzz2q
President Biden calls the swearing in of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson a "historic" day for all the young Black girls in America, as well as a profound step forward for all Americans in the country. https://t.co/7E9VdvAzRb https://t.co/xN8YZLeWiw
While Progressive and Democratic lawmakers are disappointed in today's Supreme Court ruling that curbs the EPA's ability to fight climate change, @MacFarlaneNews explains that taking congressional action will be challenging.
"There's just no path forward of what to do next" https://t.co/uqVnKCIDlQ
Among the states are Connecticut, Nevada and Oregon, along with the District of Columbia, which together have almost 6 million workers. https://t.co/g1DHDO3tVZ
A 20-year-old woman died after being shot in the head while pushing her 3-month-old in a stroller in Manhattan's Upper East Side Wednesday night. She was identified Thursday as 20-year-old Azsia Johnson of Staten Island. https://t.co/mHblJ12gF9
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According to the FBI, Ignatova is the just the 11th woman to be added to the list in the organization's 72-year-history. Authorities have now offered a $100,000 reward for information leading to her capture. https://t.co/3TYzvADyZf
"It doesn't seem to be completely aligned with what we think of as Chief Justice Roberts's court. He prefers conservative steps, but not big steps at a time, big jolts. These decisions are big-jolt decisions," a law professor at William & Mary, said. https://t.co/EbZY7rCef7
U.S. Capitol Police arrested 181 people for blocking an intersection outside the Supreme Court Thursday as they rallied in support of abortion rights. https://t.co/A0AqBHHljC
The U.S. and British embassies in the Russian capital of Moscow flew rainbow Pride flags on Thursday to mark the final day of Pride Month, 2022 and show support to the LGBTQ+ community in Russia as the country has outlawed "gay propaganda" since 2013. https://t.co/XJGB9CqaKJ
Florida's agriculture department has called the snail "one of the most damaging" mollusk subtypes in the world. It poses a threat to vegetation and infrastructure because of its appetite for at least 500 different plants as well as paint and stucco. https://t.co/b3unVq7yGD
A Texas woman suspected in the fatal shooting of professional cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson at an Austin home has been arrested in Costa Rica, the U.S. Marshals Service said Thursday. https://t.co/mO5gMyh6d3
The dead included 27 people from Mexico, 14 from Honduras, seven from Guatemala and two from El Salvador, said Francisco Garduño, chief of Mexico's National Immigration Institute. https://t.co/JgFNinWsXN
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