A federal judge has ruled that Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, is required to pay $5 million as part of a dispute over election data. |
Jayo Archer, a 27-year-old motocross champion and participant in the X-Games, tragically passed away while training due to an accident. |
The government of Israel reports that Palestinian gunmen were killed after carrying out an attack in the West Bank, which was praised by Hamas. The number of deaths in Gaza has reached almost 30,000. |
Prosecutors claim that Don Henley’s efforts to retrieve stolen lyrics for the Eagles’ song “Hotel California” were unsuccessful due to the actions of the defendants. |
A vessel in the Gulf of Aden was struck by a suspected missile launched by Houthi rebels, as the conflict between Israel and Hamas persists. |
A collapse at an illicit gold mine in the Venezuelan rainforest has resulted in the death of numerous individuals. |
China plans to send a pair of pandas to San Diego Zoo, with the possibility of sending additional pandas to D.C. zoo. |
Potential impacts to IVF treatment after Alabama court’s frozen embryo rule |
Allison Russell shares her thoughts on the controversy surrounding a Tennesee lawmaker who prevented a resolution honoring her. |
Psychologist on impact of social media and eating disorders |
On the front lines of America’s fentanyl crisis |
Cillian Murphy discusses his preparation for the role of “Oppenheimer” and the possibility of a “Peaky Blinders” movie. |
A prominent leader in the House GOP claims that the House is moving towards a “nuclear” conflict due to disagreements over funding for Ukraine. |
Insulin still unaffordable to some after price caps |
A United States Navy petty officer stationed in Japan has been accused of espionage. |
Commercial moon lander brakes into orbit, setting stage for historic landing attempt Thursday |
February 23, 2024
Exploring the potential impact of King Charles’ cancer diagnosis on upcoming events and obligations.
Exploring the implications of King Charles’ cancer diagnosis for upcoming duties – CBS News
Buckingham Palace has announced that King Charles is currently receiving treatment for cancer and will be rescheduling his public appearances. The specific type of cancer has not been disclosed. This comes after his recent hospitalization for a non-cancerous enlarged prostate. Julian Payne, a royal contributor for CBS News and former communications director for Prince Charles, is reporting from outside Buckingham Palace.
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