Here's the latest for Sunday June 6th: Kamala Harris' plane returns due to 'technical issue'; Sen. Joe Manchin’s opposition clouds future of Dems’ elections bill; Pope Francis voices ‘pain’ over Canadian deaths; Meghan and Harry welcome second child.
RACHEL SHUKLA: This is the AP News Minute. A technical issue forced Vise President Kamala Harri's plane to return to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland about 30 minutes after takeoff on Sunday. She was leaving for her trip to Guatemala and Mexico. The Vise president said she was fine, and that everybody had said a little prayer.
A spokesperson said there were no major safety concerns. Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he will not vote for the largest overhaul of US election law in a generation, leaving no plausible path forward for the legislation. The bill would restrict gerrymandering of congressional districts and strike down hurdles to voting, among other things. Pope Francis on Sunday expressed sorrow over the discovery in Canada of the remains of 215 Indigenous students of church-run boarding schools. But he didn't offer the apology sought by the Canadian prime minister.
And the Duke and Dunchess of Sussex officially welcome their second baby. Meghan gave birth to a healthy girl on Friday. A spokesperson for Prince Harry and Meghan said the couple welcomed the child Lilibet Lili Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. This is Rachel Shukla with the Associated Press, with AP News Minute.