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WRTV News at 5 | Tuesday, June 1, 2021
WRTV News at 5 | Tuesday, June 1, 2021
An initial post mortem in Indonesia found Helmud Hontong had died of natural causes.
Streep's method acting paid off - she earned an Oscar nomination for her role as Miranda Priestly, the fearsome editor of Runway magazine.
Southwest grounded planes for safety reasons during a weather data glitch. It resumed some flights after about three hours, NPR reported.
Ford revealed the resurrected off-road SUV back in July 2020. Now the first models are heading to dealerships.
Shamima Begum has said that joining the Islamic State in Syria was a mistake she made as a dumb kid in comments to a British filmmaker. “I don't think I was a terrorist. I think I was just a dumb kid who made one mistake,” she said of her decision as a 15-year-old to run away from home in Bethnal Green, east London, to travel to Syria along with two school friends. After marrying a Dutch ISIL fighter, Ms Begum gave birth to three children, all of whom died of illness. She finally fled the last h
Trevor Reed was sentenced to nine years in prison last July after being convicted of assaulting two Moscow police officers while drunk.
Biden is preparing to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin for the first time as president on June 16.
Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast/Photos via GettyThe Arizona state senate’s haphazard, controversial audit of 2020 ballots has become a popular destination for Republican lawmakers looking to undermine the results in battleground states that Joe Biden won. And now, audit-mania has spread even to the states that Biden lost.In the wake of the Arizona audit’s success at grabbing publicity across right-wing media, Republican lawmakers in states that Trump won are demanding Arizona-
"...this is an insidious movement of them to take over absolutely everything. I will not be a party to this bull---t," Waters said.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -French energy company EDF is investigating a potential issue linked to a build-up of inert gases at its nuclear plant in China's southeastern province of Guangdong. The probe comes after CNN reported that the U.S. government was assessing a report of a leak at the Taishan power station. The report was made by Framatome, the EDF business that designed the plant's reactor and remains involved in its operations.
And the Senate confirms a judge viewed as a contender for a Biden SCOTUS pick.
Israel's fragile new government has shown little interest in addressing the decades-old conflict with the Palestinians, but it may not have a choice. Jewish ultranationalists are already staging provocations aimed at splitting the coalition and bringing about a return to right-wing rule. In doing so, they risk escalating tensions with the Palestinians weeks after an 11-day Gaza war was halted by an informal cease-fire.
In the first public accounting of its kind in decades, an Associated Press investigation has found that at least 1,900 U.S. military firearms were lost or stolen during the 2010s, with some resurfacing in violent crimes. Government records covering the Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force show pistols, machine guns, shotguns and automatic assault rifles have vanished from armories, supply warehouses, Navy warships and elsewhere. In one case, authorities linked an Army pistol stolen from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to four shootings in New York before it was recovered.
China's government said Tuesday no abnormal radiation was detected outside a nuclear power plant near Hong Kong following a news report of a leak, while Hong Kong's leader said her administration was closely watching the facility. The operators released few details, but nuclear experts said that based on their brief statement, gas might be leaking from fuel rods inside the reactor in Taishan, 135 kilometers (85 miles) west of Hong Kong. In Beijing, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian gave no confirmation of a leak or other details.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -A U.S. aircraft carrier group led by the USS Ronald Reagan has entered the South China Sea as part of a routine mission, the U.S. Navy said on Tuesday, at a time of rising tensions between Washington and Beijing, which claims most the disputed waterway. China frequently objects to U.S. military missions in the South China Sea saying they do not help promote peace or stability, and the announcement follows China blasting the Group of Seven nations for a statement scolding Beijing over a range of issues.
On Monday, just hours before Michael Costello's accusations, Chrissy Teigen apologized for cyberbullying model Courtney Stodden.
Now that worldwide medical establishments have a handle on COVID-19, it’s time to move America’s cruise industry back to the forefront of travel.
Grainy new photos show Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, who've recently reunited, locking lips at Nobu in Malibu during a birthday celebration.
Dana Rohrabacher, who served in the House for 30 years, said he participated in what started as a "peaceful" march, but denied entering the Capitol.
Democrats overcame Republican opposition on Monday as the U.S. Senate voted to confirm federal judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, seen as a possible future Supreme Court nominee for President Joe Biden, to an influential appellate court. The Democratic-controlled Senate voted 53-44 to approve Jackson's nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. All those in opposition were Republicans, with three voting with Democrats to approve the nomination.