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SKIES THE LIMIT: The British Royal Air Force 'Red Arrows' perform a flypast of streaming blue, red and white, over Cornwall, England, during a reception for leaders attending the G7 summit.

A New York Times investigation found serious flaws in the basic construction of Mexico City's metro that appear to have led directly to its collapse in May, in which 26 riders were killed after a train plummeted 40 feet toward the traffic below.

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President Biden now holding his first press conference during his first foreign trip as head of state. He says he and other G7 leaders agreed that they need to “step up and deliver for the rest of the world” and “do more” to help the world deal with COVID-19 and getting vaccines.

JUST IN: G7 calls for probe into origins of coronavirus pandemic

Why does Joe Biden say he’ll be “in trouble” with his staff if he doesn’t call on reporters in precisely the order they’ve set up? What difference does it make unless the questions have been pre-submitted?

Biden’s race-based preferences for black farmers over white ones ruled unconstitutional bc it is unlawful, “in trying to end one type of discrimination…[to] creat[e] another.”

Christian Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest and 'was gone' but 'we got him back', doctor says

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Scoops of the Day

How to do CPR and why it could save someone's life

UPDATE: Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen was conscious and raised his hand when he was carried from the field

Virtually all hospitalized Covid patients have one thing in common: They're unvaccinated

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I just signed a law banning "Zuckerbucks" in Texas. It bans private groups like the one supported by Zuckerberg from spending millions to administer elections like Zuckerberg & others did in Texas. That is a government function not to be messed with by election influencers.

At least 66 Palestinian children were killed during 11 days of Israeli airstrikes. Nadine Abdullatief took to Gaza's streets to give them a voice:

Richard and Mildred Loving's marriage was deemed illegal because she was Black and Native American and he was white. Their case went all the way to the Supreme Court. And on June 12, 1967, the couple won. "Loving Day" celebrates the historic ruling.

Queen Elizabeth II insists on using a ceremonial sword to cut cake at an event on the sidelines of the G7: “This is something that is more unusual.”

Happy to share some POSITIVE news with you. I have tested covid NEGATIVE. Recovered and ready to return to work. But before I do that, I want to thank all of you for your #GetWellSoon  wishes and prayers. Join me LIVE on Facebook at 5pm tomorrow.

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President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden leave church after attending mass in St Ives, Cornwall, during the G7 summit.

Alright, Leon Edwards x Nathan Diaz is actually next. First, five-round non-title non-main event in UFC history.


Scoops of the Week

Obviously it's hard to get worked up over mistakes about Donald Trump, but the sheer quantity of these false stories isn't just on the press anymore - it's on audiences who are all too are happy to be lied to.

A cop flipped over a pregnant woman's car because she didn't pull over quick enough. Not only is what she did not wrong, it's what you're supposed to do: turning on hazards to indicate you're complying and pulling over at the next safe place to do so... This man is still a cop.

A herd of elephants in China was spotted taking a nap after walking 300 miles off their reserve. Police blocked roads to stop them reaching cities. Experts say the elephants may have been displaced by humans destroying their forest habitat and "got lost." 📷: China Daily

Hunter Biden repeatedly called his white lawyer the N-word, texts show

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"Twitter remains a thorn in the flesh of the Nigerian government, the one lasting remembrance ground for the blood that was shed at the Lekki Toll Plaza in Lagos on October 20, 2020." — #AJOpinion  by @fisayosoyombo 

Queen Elizabeth II insisted on cutting a cake using a ceremonial sword at an event on the sidelines of the G7 summit. When told there was a knife available instead, the monarch replied, “I know there is! This is something that is more unusual.”

There have been export bans by several G7 member countries that blocked production in other countries & sometimes blocked production in middle-income countries,which is essential for production of vaccines for poorest countries. I'll take just one example, India: French President

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@RandPaul : Dr. Fauci has been 'unwise, naïve and in all likelihood lying to us,' and "if you want an honest investigation, Dr. Fauci should be excluded." @_Cappadonna_ 

The staff of The New York Times has won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for coverage of the pandemic. Here are the award-winning pieces.

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