Today's headlines include a debate about the politicization of the military, NASA's plans to launch a new moon rocket, and an expansion of the College Football Playoff format.
NASA Aims For Saturday Launch Of New Moon Rocket After Fixes
- The Marines at Biden's speech have prompted a debate about politicizing the military.
- NASA is aiming for a Saturday launch of its new moon rocket after fixing some issues.
- Gustavo Petro says that an attack on police is a 'clear sabotage of the total peace.'
- The College Football Playoff will be expanding to a 12-team format.
- Elliott Heads farmland is to be developed into a South Beach master-planned community.
- NASA says that conditions are favorable for a second launch attempt of the Artemis Rocket.
- Biden is seeking $47B for Ukraine, COVID-19, monkeypox, and disasters.
- Microsoft is letting Sony have 'several more years' of Call of Duty, as a treat.
- Wall Street ended the week on a down note as the jobs report gain faded.
- The US Open live updates showed that Serena Williams met Australian Ajla Tomljanović in the third round of the final grand slam tournament.
- Tennessee woman was abducted and forced into an SUV while running in Memphis, police say.
- Tuchel discusses the dates for Aubameyang's debut.
- The FBI found more than 11,000 government records at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago, unsealed records show.
- Freedom Convoy Canada: Court asked to unfreeze cash.
- Amazon Prime Video suspends 'The Rings of Power' user ratings after 'review bombing' occurs.
- Webb telescope captures its first image of an exoplanet.
- Nord Stream 1: Gazprom announces indefinite shutdown of pipeline.
- Argentina VP Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's would-be killer had 100 bullets in his home.
- The government has increased the skilled migrant cap to 195,000. So what do those who want or hold a visa think about it?
Biden seeks $47B for Ukraine, COVID-19, monkeypox, disasters
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is asking Congress to provide more than $47 billion in emergency dollars that would go toward the war in Ukraine, the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ongoing monkeypox outbreak and help for recent natural disasters…
Webb telescope captures its first image of exoplanet
The James Webb space telescope has taken its first image of an exoplanet -- a planet outside our solar system -- as astronomers hail the device's performance since its launch last year. Images from the most powerful space telescope ever built have thrilled ob…