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  1. • Fact-checking Rep. Gosar's misleading narrative about shooting of Capitol rioter
  2. Some Republican lawmakers are doubling down on reframing the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, falsely arguing it was a mostly peaceful event, antifa was responsible for the attack and that rioters were not armed. Several of these incorrect narratives were repeated during a Tuesday hearing on the attack held by the House Oversight and Reform Committee, along with some new misinformation.
  3. Tim and David Gosar, brothers of Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), sound off on their brother for his comments regarding the officers working during the Capitol riot.
  4. The Justice Department on Thursday released horrifying new police body camera footage from the January 6 assault on the US Capitol, after CNN and other outlets requested the tapes.
  5. CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses how the GOP continues to perpetuate lies about the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol despite being there and witnessing the violence themselves.
  6. • Cyber Ninjas is at the center of Arizona's 'audit.' Calling its departments leads to a message from one man
  7. • Analysis: Justice Samuel Alito swung for the fences on religious liberty and came up short, but isn't done yet • Opinion: On the ACA, Obama will have the last laugh
  8. T.J. Atkin's family has been in the cattle ranching business for nearly a century. In that time, he says, a drought has never hit their operations this hard.
  9. Daredevil Alex Harvill died Thursday while practicing for a world record motorcycle ramp jump, officials in Washington state said. He was 28 years old.
  10. Are the Wild West days of intense market volatility back on Wall Street? Stocks were sliding Friday morning after St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard told CNBC he thinks the Fed should raise interest rates as soon as the end of next year.
  11. • Western reservoir expected to fall so low that a hydro-power plant will shut down for first time • How island's worst drought could threaten global economy
  12. Bipartisanship is a two-way street.
  13. Nearly a year after being indicted on federal bribery charges, the Ohio State House voted to expel former speaker Larry Householder.
  14. More than half of the adults in the United States have been at least partially vaccinated against Covid-19, a remarkable accomplishment. As it has matured, the US vaccine program has revealed geographic and demographic groups that show either high or low acceptance of the vaccine, leading to a small avalanche of speculation regarding the divergent trends.
  15. CNN's Maggie Haberman says that President Joe Biden's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin really underscored to former President Donald Trump that he's no longer president while he and his advisers are preparing for a criminal indictment.
  16. Dozens of women sued Pornhub and its parent company Thursday, alleging that the site knowingly profited from videos depicting rape, child sexual exploitation, trafficking and other nonconsensual sexual content.
  17. James Craig, former Detroit police chief, discusses the rise in crime across the US and how the challenges facing police departments, including low morale, relate to the escalation.
  18. When people like the German Chancellor Angela Merkel or the King of Belgium want to learn more about cybersecurity, they go to Estonia.
  19. If there were ever a time to sell a house of horrors, the time is now.
  20. The 23-time grand slam winning champion Serena Williams took to Instagram to share an adorable video of her giving her 3-year-old daughter Olympia a tennis lesson.
  21. A video showing wolves chasing actors across the stage during a live show in China has raised alarm about the safety of the performers and audience.
  22. Lakiea Bailey has tried to hide the pain and breathlessness she feels from her disease for most of her life.
  23. How deep is your love for Bee Gees music?
  24. CNN's Don Lemon talks with Navy football team captain Cameron Kinley after the US Navy denied his request to delay his military service and try to play in the National Football League.
  25. A version of this story appeared in the June 18 edition of CNN's Royal News, a weekly dispatch bringing you the inside track on the royal family, what they are up to in public and what's happening behind palace walls. Sign up here.
  26. Tori Spelling is currently co-sleeping with four of her five children.
  27. Ronnie Oneal, a man in Tampa, Florida, accused of killing his wife and daughter and attempting to kill his son, is serving as his own attorney in his murder trial.
  28. States across the country are scrambling to close their government offices Friday after President Joe Biden signed legislation establishing Juneteenth as a US federal holiday.
  29. If Juneteenth doesn't make you think about the economy, maybe it should. Racial discrimination has an obvious human cost, but there's an economic cost, too.
  30. D. L. Hughley discusses the impact of President Biden signing legislation into law that establishes June 19 as Juneteenth National Independence Day.
  31. There's a recurring meme series on social media known as "What You Asked For vs What You Got." In it, users post side-by-side photos of a beautifully advertised product they ordered (say a gorgeous dress) next to the disappointing garment they actually received (a threadbare slip).
  32. The House overwhelmingly passed a bill on Wednesday that would establish June 19 as Juneteenth National Independence Day, a US federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.
  33. Opal Lee, a 94-year-old woman who helped lead the fight to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, tells CNN's Chris Cuomo what the bill passing means to her.
  34. Wall Street is wasting no time getting its employees back into the office — whether they want to be there or not.
  35. With the odds stacked against the US reaching the target of 70% of adults partially vaccinated by July 4 -- a goal set by President Joe Biden -- a vaccine expert said time is running out to get ahead of the potential spread of Covid-19 variants.
  36. More than 350 doctors and medical workers have caught Covid-19 in Indonesia despite being vaccinated with Sinovac, officials said, as concerns grow about the efficacy of some vaccines against more infectious variants.
  37. Less than two years after Victoria's Secret pulled the plug on its star-studded annual fashion show, known for runway looks that combined strappy lingerie with enormous wings, the brand is retiring its supermodel "Angels" for good.
  38. Sylwia is constantly being watched -- first by her 600,000 Instagram followers, then by a man parked outside her apartment.

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