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  1. Allen Weisselberg, the former chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, pleaded guilty Thursday to his role in a 15-year-long tax fraud scheme, and as part of the deal he has agreed to testify against former President Donald Trump's real estate company at trial.
  2. Michael Cohen, former senior counsel to Donald Trump, discusses ex-Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg's guilty plea, and explains why he thinks Weisselberg's testimony could ultimately implicate Trump and others in his circle.
  3. Former Trump White House adviser Peter Navarro asked a federal judge to dismiss the criminal contempt of Congress case that was brought against him after he did not comply with a House January 6 Committee subpoena.
  4. Republicans are railing against the just-signed Inflation Reduction Act, but there's one provision in the new law that they really, really dislike: The plan to bolster the beleaguered Internal Revenue Service.
  5. • Investigation into Vince McMahon's hush money payments reportedly turns up Trump charity donations
  6. • As Americans flock to Europe's hot spots, here's where Europeans are going instead
  7. Former Trump aide Stephanie Grisham and CNN's Gloria Borger explain why they believe the former President has not yet released surveillance footage from the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago, despite proposals from some of his allies to do so.
  8. CNN's "Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter" is coming to an end.
  9. Shila rushes into the living room when she hears her nephew scream.
  10. When a Russian missile hit this warehouse outside of Kyiv, owned by a well-known Ukrainian wine importer, it caused an estimated loss of $15 million. CNN visits to see how the company is saving many of the bottles once stored here, despite the destruction.
  11. The desert Southwest, an area dealing with long-term megadrought, is bracing for a moderate risk of extreme rainfall which could lead to flash flooding as we head into the weekend.
  12. Before there was "fake news," there was "lamestream media."
  13. David Schoen, Donald Trump's former impeachment trial lawyer, talks with CNN's John Berman about the New York Times report suggesting that Trump knew what documents he had and didn't want to return them, telling his advisers "It's not theirs, it's mine."
  14. "The Wonder Years" actress Danica McKellar left acting to pursue a mathematics career and now she's explaining why.
  15. Angelina Jolie accused Brad Pitt of injuring her and verbally abusing their children during a heated encounter aboard a private jet in 2016, according to an FBI report provided to CNN by a source.
  16. An alligator attacking a man swimming in a lake in Florida was captured by drone footage. CNN affiliate WFTS reports.
  17. Wendy's is getting a makeover.
  18. Kohl's can't seem to catch a break, and it may have only itself to blame.
  19. Hear commentator Joe Rogan debate abortion rights on his podcast, "The Joe Rogan Experience," with conservative commentator Seth Dillon.
  20. The NCAA's Big Ten Conference announced on Thursday it has reached a massive media rights agreement with CBS, FOX, NBC and NBCUniversal's Peacock for a deal reportedly worth an average of at least $1 billion a year.
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  22. In 1981, long before the legalization of same-sex marriage, I committed to living for the rest of my life with Carole, the woman I loved. But when Carole and I introduced each other to friends, we had no language to describe our relationship.
  23. Former Senator Al Franken made a high-profile appearance as guest host for "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The comedian used his appearance to mock former President Donald Trump and renew his long standing feud with Senator Ted Cruz.
  24. • Florida Senate pauses review of state attorney's suspension by Ron DeSantis • Opinion: The mirror-image careers of Palin and Trump are on a collision course
  25. San Francisco Federal Reserve president Mary Daly said Thursday morning that raising interest rates by either half or three quarters of a percentage point in September would be a "reasonable" way to bring inflation down.
  26. Mortgage rates ticked lower last week, falling back toward the 5% mark following economic reports that indicated inflation might have finally peaked.
  27. The newly signed Inflation Reduction Act will have big implications for electric vehicle buyers. Some popular electric vehicles may become eligible for a tax credit once again, while other cars that were eligible this month will not be for the foreseeable future. Here's what you need to know as a consumer.
  28. The saga of struggling retailer Bed Bath & Beyond keeps getting curiouser and curiouser.
  29. Getting sick from Covid-19 is bad enough. What if you're one of the unlucky people who experience what is called long Covid? It's a medley of symptoms that can occur months -- and even years -- after recovering from Covid, according to a new study of more 1 million people from eight countries.
  30. On second thought, maybe don't pass the salt.
  31. Dr. Sanjay Gupta clears up public confusion surrounding how monkeypox is spread and says "it does not appear to be strictly a sexually transmitted disease."
  32. You're catching a 5 a.m. flight tomorrow. Your boss, a true early bird, has set an unbearably early weekly meeting. School is starting, and you have to rise and shine to goose the family into gear. The clock has rolled back, and suddenly you're climbing out of bed in the dark.
  33. While nowadays you might have some chicken soup to fight a cold, a new project unearthing manuscripts up to 1,000 years old reveals the bizarre medical remedies recommended by those in the medieval era.
  34. Hyundai's Ioniq 5, an electric-only model with a sharp-edged design, was named Car and Driver's Electric Vehicle of the Year. It's only the second year the award has been given.
  35. The world was denied a Taylor Swift cameo in "The Twilight Saga: New Moon." The person who made that call now wishes he hadn't.
  36. A detained woman escaped her handcuffs and shot a deputy and civilian through the window of a patrol car in Blanchard, Oklahoma.
  37. People are stressed out and exhausted. The past two and a half years, full of public health crises, recession and inflation, have been so eventful that news of a possible alien invasion barely even made a blip. Nights are sleepless and days restless, and we need an extra boost to keep us going. 

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