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  • Trump won’t fire Conway despite federal agency recommendation

    President Donald Trump said Friday that he would not fire his adviser Kellyanne Conway, despite the US Office of Special Counsel's recommendation that she be removed from federal service for several violations of the Hatch Act.

  • NASA estimates it will need $20 billion to $30 billion for moon landing, administrator says

    NASA has touted its bold plan to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024 for months. Now we’re starting to get an idea of how much it will cost. The space agency will need an estimated $20 billion to $30 billion over the next five years for its moon project, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told CNN Business on Thursday. That would mean adding another $4 billion to $6 billion per year, on average, to the agency’s budget, which is already expected […]

  • Amazon to Joe Biden: We pay all the taxes we owe

    Joe Biden jumped into the debate over corporate taxes with a jab at Amazon on Thursday, and Amazon jabbed back.

  • Rep. Jayapal opens up about her own abortion in op-ed backing abortion rights

    Rep. Pramila Jayapal on Thursday publicly shared for the first time that she had an abortion more than two decades ago, arguing in a New York Times opinion piece that lawmakers "must commit" to protecting a woman's right to obtain a legal abortion.

  • Oregon elementary school worker quits after making racist comments to students

    (CNN) — A staff member at an Oregon elementary school has resigned after complaints that she told a group of students that they were lucky she didn’t make them “pick cotton.” The employee, who has not been identified, reportedly made the comments to a group of 5th graders on May 31 during lunch at Linwood Elementary School in Milwaukie, which is just outside Portland. Parent Syreeta Spencer complained to the school when she found out what happened. CNN has not […]

  • The lineup for the first 2020 Democratic debate is set

    The Democratic National Committee announced on Thursday which 20 Democratic presidential candidates qualified for the first set of debates, providing clarity to the June matchup that will feature the first high-profile clashes of the party's nominating process.

  • Notre Dame Cathedral to hold first mass since fire

    (CNN) — A small mass will be held at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on Saturday evening — the first since a fire destroyed the structure’s spire, parts of the roof and vault in April. Access to the event will be extremely limited due to safety concerns, with just 20 to 30 people expected to attend, the Archdiocese of Paris said. As of June 12, the Notre Dame Foundation had received donations of €15.7 million ($17.7 million), and an additional €377 […]

  • Two separate jails have reported mumps outbreaks requiring quarantines this week

    Jails in both New Jersey and Texas are currently dealing with mumps outbreaks, adding to the national total of reported diagnoses this year.

  • Sarah Sanders leaving White House post, Trump says

    White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will leave her position at the end of the month, capping a tumultuous tenure as the President's chief spokeswoman in which she largely redefined the position.

  • NASA orbiter spots ‘Star Trek’ symbol on Mars

    NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured an image of a strange chevron on the Martian surface that looks similar to the symbol for "Star Trek's" Starfleet, an organization of space exploration, diplomacy, research, defense and peacekeeping.

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