10 people dead, 15 injured in mass stabbing across 13 crime scenes in Canada




Today's News

Welcome to the news roundup for September 6th, 2022. Today, we'll be discussing the release of police body camera footage of a fatal shooting, new footage of the Titanic, and a rise in cases in China. We'll also be talking about the ongoing search for survivors after a mass stabbing in Canada, and the potential for a major strike at UPS in the United States.


  • The family of Jayland Walker, who was fatally shot by police in Akron, Ohio, is calling for the city to stop "re-traumatizing" them with the release of additional body camera footage of the shooting.
  • 8K footage of the Titanic has been released, showing the ship as it has never been seen before.
  • Chinese cities are rushing to lockdown in a show of loyalty to Xi Jinping's "zero-Covid" strategy.
  • Officials say that 13 people were stabbed to death and 15 others were injured in a series of stabbings that took place across 13 crime scenes.
  • The writers of "Stranger Things" have teased the final season of the show.
  • President Biden was right to condemn Donald Trump's incendiary rally, which featured a Nazi sympathizer, as an act of "domestic terrorism."
  • The Israeli military has admitted that a Palestinian woman who was killed by Israeli fire was likely not a terrorist, but it will not charge the soldiers involved in her death.
  • A naked baby featured on Nirvana's "Nevermind" album cover has lost a lawsuit against the band after a judge dismissed the child pornography complaint.
  • The best fashion from the Venice Film Festival.
  • Chilean voters have overwhelmingly rejected a proposed leftist constitution.
  • Former Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry has died in a car accident.
  • A 6.6-magnitude earthquake has hit China's southwestern Sichuan province.
  • Some of the biggest strikes in US history are brewing at UPS.
  • Rescuers are searching for survivors after eight people died while trying to climb a Russian volcano.
  • Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak are vying to become the next UK prime minister.
  • Britons will learn who will succeed Boris Johnson as their country faces looming crisis.
  • Wastewater surveillance is becoming more targeted in search for poliovirus, monkeypox and coronavirus.
  • Las Vegas isn't betting on Mother Nature to solve its water problems. Here's how it intends to win.
  • More than 80 million people are under flood watches today, from Alabama to Maine.
  • Luke Combs refunded a concert over the weekend because his voice wasn't up to par.
  • Indonesia's Raja Ampat is known as "the last paradise on Earth."
  • Albert Pujols has hit his 695th career home run in a Cardinals game, moving him one shy of fourth on the all-time list.
  • Conservatives have joined liberals in an Idaho protest to protect their library from book-banners.
  • Canadian authorities are hunting for two suspects in mass stabbing that left 10 dead and 15 injured. Here's what we know.
  • Flood-hit Pakistan is breaching a lake in an effort to save densely populated cities.