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Today's News

Welcome to your daily news briefing. Here are today's top headlines.


  • The Democrats' chances for the 2022 elections are looking good according to analysts.
  • A Wall Street firm was charged $35 million after they failed to properly secure their systems.
  • Roger Federer says it would be "special" to play his final match on the same day as Rafael Nadal.
  • President Trump's poll numbers are causing some awkwardness for Republicans.
  • Bad Bunny's political reggaetón is gaining popularity.
  • Home sales have decreased by 20% from this time last year.
  • NY Attorney General Letitia James is suing President Trump.
  • In Iran, women are burning their hijabs in protest of the death of Mahsa Amini.
  • The occupied Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk are planning a "vote" on joining Russia, raising the possibility of military escalation.
  • Sometimes it can be beneficial to give up on a goal.
  • A glimpse inside Demi Lovato's Los Angeles farmhouse.
  • Eight European countries will participate in a diversity campaign during the Qatar World Cup.
  • The founder of Fortescue Metals Group says "business as usual is over."
  • Hong Kong police have arrested a man who played the harmonica at a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II on suspicion of sedition.
  • The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday, which will offer clues as to how much "pain" the Fed is willing to inflict.
  • Zendaya is featured in the Look of the Week for her pre-release Loewe fashion show.
  • IMF chief warns that there will be protests globally if steps are not taken to ease inflation.
  • Cancer death rates have been steadily falling in the US, with more survivors than ever.
  • The US humanitarian program for Central American children is moving slowly under the Biden administration, according to a new report.
  • Jay Powell has been compared to former Fed chair Paul Volcker.
  • The US is in talks with India about rethinking their reliance on Russian arms and energy.
  • The family of a Little League player who was injured after falling from a bunk bed is suing the league and the bed manufacturer.
  • Colombia's President Ivan Duque critized "the addiction to irrational power" and called for an end to the war on drugs in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is campaigning for reelection in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
  • The Adnan Syed case highlights some of the shortcomings of the US criminal justice system.
  • The Fed's credibility is still on the line.
  • Vladimir Putin has laid a land mine under his regime with his recent actions.
  • The new Windows 11 update includes a number of new features and improvements.
  • Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers is calling a special session with the goal of allowing voters to repeal the state's abortion ban.
  • The "Bachelorette" finale did not end with the typical "happily ever after" outcome.