In today's news, we see a variety of stories from around the world. In sports, Albert Pujols becomes only the fourth player in MLB history to hit 700 career home runs. In politics, there is analysis of a potential populist resurgence in Europe, and opinion on the January 6 hearings in the US. Elsewhere, we see stories on a NASA mission with the potential to save all of humankind, the sweeping internet blackouts in Iran, and demonstrations by Iranian Americans in support of protesters in Iran. In addition, we have stories on the death of jazz saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, iconic architect Moshe Safdie, and the oldest canoe ever found in the Great Lakes region. Finally, we have stories on Hurricane Fiona, which is making its way through the Atlantic coast, and soaring food prices which are changing how we eat.
Albert Pujols becomes the 4th player in MLB history to hit 700 career home runs
- Albert Pujols becomes the 4th player in MLB history to hit 700 career home runs
- Analysis: The conditions are perfect for a populist resurgence in Europe
- Opinion: The January 6 hearings must go on
- The NASA mission that could 'potentially save all of humankind'
- Iran's sweeping internet blackouts are a serious cause for concern
- Iranian Americans are demonstrating across the US in support of protesters in Iran
- Jazz saxophonist Pharoah Sanders dies at age 81
- In pictures: Tennis great Roger Federer
- Iran restricts internet as Mahsa Amini protest deaths mount and UN calls for investigation
- In pictures: Fiona slams Canada's Atlantic coast
- 'My beliefs haven't changed': From social housing to skyscrapers, architect Moshe Safdie is still an idealist
- 3,000-year-old canoe found in Wisconsin's Lake Mendota is the oldest ever found in Great Lakes region
- Fiona slams Nova Scotia with hurricane-force winds, heavy rain
- Head of DeSantis-backed election police force in Florida dies
- The airports that travelers dread
- This iconic bar of soap, with two weird claims to fame, has stuck around for nearly 150 years
- Fiona makes landfall, slams Canada's Atlantic coast with severe winds and rain
- Food prices are soaring, and that's changed how we eat
- Oscar-winning actress Louise Fletcher dies at 88
- Thought you paid a lot to heat your home last year? Wait until this winter
- Tyler Perry's personal connection to 'A Jazzman's Blues' and his surprising confession about watching himself as Madea
- Opinion: The vital difference between Newt Gingrich's 'Contract' and Kevin McCarthy's 'Commitment'
- Adam Schiff criticizes slow pace of Justice Department investigation into broader January 6 plot
- Sam Smith's newest collab with Kim Petras takes over TikTok
- Race and power collide in a fight over sacred rock art in remote Australia
- White House set to conduct a broad talent search in preparation for post-midterms turnover
- Rare frogs released into California mountains after 2020 Bobcat Fire
- Arsenal hammers Tottenham 4-0 as match sets new Women's Super League attendance record
- Judge dismisses lawsuit over DOJ memo on school board threats
- Atlanta wants to build a massive police training facility in a forest. Neighbors are fighting to stop it
Opinion: The January 6 hearings must go on
On September 28, Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi has confirmed the January 6 House select committee (which Thompson chairs) will hold its next and possibly final hearing. The details remain unclear other than it won't be held during primetime.
The NASA mission that could 'potentially save all of humankind'
A NASA spacecraft will deliberately slam into an asteroid called Dimorphos. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test mission, or DART, aims to see if this kind of kinetic impact can help deflect an asteroid posing a threat to Earth. CNN space and defense correspo…
Iran restricts internet as Mahsa Amini protest deaths mount and UN calls for investigation
Iranian authorities say they will restrict internet access in the country until calm is restored to the streets, as protests over the death of a young woman in the custody of the morality police rock the Islamic Republic.
3,000-year-old canoe found in Wisconsin's Lake Mendota is the oldest ever found in Great Lakes region
A dugout canoe used by indigenous people 3,000 years ago recently recovered from Wisconsin's Lake Mendota is the oldest canoe ever found in the Great Lakes region, the Wisconsin Historical Society said Thursday.
Thought you paid a lot to heat your home last year? Wait until this winter
After noticing his electric bills rising earlier this year, Jason Bell opted to go on a budget plan so he could spread the cost over 12 months. He and his husband, Shane, figured that would help them get through the coming winter since their Lake Harmony, Pen…
Tyler Perry's personal connection to 'A Jazzman's Blues' and his surprising confession about watching himself as Madea
Director and screenwriter Perry discussed the making of "A Jazzman's Blues," a Netflix drama that weaves a murder mystery and love story into a larger tale about racism in the Deep South in the 20th century.
Opinion: The vital difference between Newt Gingrich's 'Contract' and Kevin McCarthy's 'Commitment'
Kevin McCarthy, an aspiring Speaker of the House, collaborated with former Speaker Newt Gingrich on his recently-unveiled "Commitment to America," but the differences between McCarthy's blueprint and Gingrich's 1994 "Contract with America" are telling, writes…
Adam Schiff criticizes slow pace of Justice Department investigation into broader January 6 plot
US Rep. Adam Schiff, who serves on the House committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, expressed his frustration Saturday with the slow pace of the various criminal investigations conducted by the Department of Justice into the attack on the …
White House set to conduct a broad talent search in preparation for post-midterms turnover
The White House is establishing a talent search project to prepare for potential vacancies across Cabinet and senior administration roles following the midterm elections this fall, a White House official tells CNN.
Atlanta wants to build a massive police training facility in a forest. Neighbors are fighting to stop it
When Ram moved to the Boulder Walk neighborhood just southeast of Atlanta five years ago, it felt like finding a hidden gem: It was a diverse, affordable and family-friendly community just steps away from the local high school, bordering a forest but still a …