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What to know as the falls of Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon roil UK politics

What to know as the falls of Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon roil UK politics

Two very different British politicians who often clashed, Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon both led their parties to great heights — and both have had sudden and dramatic falls.
Trump blasts federal indictment as ‘baseless’ at first events since charges were unsealed

Trump blasts federal indictment as ‘baseless’ at first events since charges were unsealed

‘I didn’t do anything wrong’
Delegates working to end global plastics pollution agree to craft a draft treaty

Delegates working to end global plastics pollution agree to craft a draft treaty

Environmental advocates cautiously welcomed the outcome of five days of U.N. talks in Paris on plastic pollution
Donald Trump stored, showed off and refused to return classified documents, indictment says

Donald Trump stored, showed off and refused to return classified documents, indictment says

Donald Trump improperly stored in his Florida estate sensitive documents on nuclear capabilities, repeatedly enlisted aides and lawyers to help him hide records demanded by investigators and cavalierly showed off a Pentagon “plan of attack” and classified map, according to a sweeping felony indictment that paints a damning portrait of the former president’s treatment of national security information.
Live updates Trump Classified Documents Indictment

Live updates Trump Classified Documents Indictment

Follow along for live updates on former President Donald Trump , who announced on social media that he’s been summoned to appear in court Tuesday afternoon in Miami. He said he has been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate. The Justice Department did not immediately publicly confirm the indictment.
Biden condemns wave of state legislation restricting LGBTQ+ rights, says ‘these are our kids’

Biden condemns wave of state legislation restricting LGBTQ+ rights, says ‘these are our kids’

President Joe Biden on Thursday condemned a wave of “cruel” and “callous” state laws curbing the rights, visibility and health care access of LGBTQ+ people, especially children, leaving them feeling under attack like never before and the White House with limited options to intervene.
CNN ousts CEO Chris Licht after a brief, tumultuous tenure

CNN ousts CEO Chris Licht after a brief, tumultuous tenure

The chief executive CNN pushed out of a job on Wednesday faced mounting problems in his first year leading the struggling network: viewership and profits were declining, programming blunders were growing and the network’s journalists were losing confidence by the day.
U.S. defense secretary says Washington won’t stand for ‘coercion and bullying’ from China

U.S. defense secretary says Washington won’t stand for ‘coercion and bullying’ from China

The U.S. has been expanding its own activities around the Indo-Pacific to counter sweeping territorial claims from China
Cardinal performs rite to restore Vatican altar desecrated by man’s naked protest

Cardinal performs rite to restore Vatican altar desecrated by man’s naked protest

Polish man approached the basilica’s high altar at closing time, undressed and jumped up on the marble altar
Activists in Canada aim to carry torch for Hong Kong’s silenced Tiananmen vigil

Activists in Canada aim to carry torch for Hong Kong’s silenced Tiananmen vigil

June 4 marks the 34th anniversary of China’s crackdown on pro-democracy protesters