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'We are not surprised': Women of color say the courts have never served their communities
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The West wants to go further on Russian oil. Inflation is making that difficult
Europe and the United States have barred the import of Russian oil to cut off a crucial revenue source for the Kremlin. But the plan to pile pain on President Vladimir Putin, forcing him to reconsider his war in Ukraine, hasn't worked.
In pictures: How San Antonio residents are coping with rising temperatures
Millions of Americans in the South were under heat advisories over the past week, including those in San Antonio, Texas, where the temperature reached 101 degrees on Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
Off-duty officer who was running for Rhode Island state Senate facing charges for allegedly punching political rival at abortion-rights rally
Rhode Island Democratic state Senate candidate Jennifer Rourke was punched in the face by her GOP opponent -- a police officer who was off-duty -- during an abortion rights rally at the State House in Providence Friday night, Rourke told CNN in a statement.
Analysis: Chief Justice John Roberts lost defining case of his generation and his Supreme Court
Chief Justice John Roberts has long piloted America's highest court, securing majorities on controversies over religion, race, voting rights and campaign finance regulation. But on fundamental abortion rights and in the defining case of his generation, Roberts came up short.
Analysis: Energy prices are causing chaos in Asia. Here's why the rest of the world should worry
In Sri Lanka, people queue for miles to fill a tank of fuel. In Bangladesh, shops shut at 8 p.m. to conserve energy. In India and Pakistan, power outages force schools to shut, businesses to close and residents to swelter without air conditioning through deadly heat waves in which temperatures top 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37 degrees Celsius).
WHO says monkeypox is not an international public health emergency, but it should continue to be monitored
The World Health Organization has stopped short of declaring the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency of international concern as a result of an emergency committee meeting.
Biden arrives in Europe to keep allies united against Russia as a grinding war in Ukraine takes its toll
President Joe Biden arrived in Europe Saturday for a week of summits, where the grinding war in Ukraine -- entering its fifth month and fading from Americans' attention -- will be thrust back to the forefront.
Toobin reacts to Susan Collins' previous statements on Trump's SCOTUS picks
CNN's chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin explains why he wasn't surprised at the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and explains the pivotal role Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) played in that ruling.
After year of historic political gains, Black women continue push toward governorships
In 2018, Stacey Abrams came within 1.4 percentage points of clinching the governor's mansion in Georgia. Her stinging loss to Republican Brian Kemp is still on the hearts of many of her most fervent supporters some four years later. Though Democrats across the country face a difficult midterm map this year, Abrams is likely their best hope to elevate a Black woman as governor for the first time in the nation's 246-year history.