Sinking of the Moskva: Ukrainian missile or accidental firing – what really happened to the Russian warship?

CNN — The Russian guided missile cruiser Moskva rests deep under the Black Sea this morning. Whether he is there as a victim of Ukrainian missiles, Russian incompetence, bad luck or some combination of the three is unclear. What is certain, however, is that the biggest warship loss in 40 years will raise troubling questions … Read more

The Russian Navy evacuates the flagship Moskva in the Black Sea. Ukraine claims to have been hit by a missile

CNN — One of the Russian Navy’s most important warships floats abandoned or at the bottom of the Black Sea, a blow for an army battling Ukrainian resistance 50 days after Vladimir Putin invaded its neighbor. Russian sailors evacuated the guided-missile cruiser Moskva, flagship of its Black Sea Fleet, after a fire blew up munitions … Read more

Opinion: A mass shooting on a train killed her husband and injured her son. NYC subway shooting brings back painful memories and a call to action

Editor’s note: Stephanie Griffith is an opinion writer at CNN.com. Read more opinion pieces on CNN. CNN — In 1993, a shooting on a moving Long Island Rail Road commuter train in suburban New York killed Carolyn McCarthy’s husband and seriously injured her son. The tragedy transformed McCarthy, a nurse, into a nationally recognized force … Read more

Air Force delays hypersonic missile program after flight test ‘abnormalities’

CNN — The Air Force has delayed its hypersonic missile program for up to a year after “recent flight test anomalies” pushed back the weapon’s completion schedule, according to an Army statement. the air. The AGM-183 Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW) was supposed to reach early operational capability, a milestone in weapons testing and development, … Read more

A Georgia bill that would allow residents to carry a concealed weapon in public without a permit is sent to the governor’s office for approval

CNN — The Georgia State Senate on Friday gave final approval to legislation that would allow eligible residents to carry a concealed weapon in public without a permit. The state’s Constitutional Carry Act, or SB319, was approved by the Senate on a 34-22 vote. The measure passed the House on Wednesday. The measure now heads … Read more

‘They’re the ones paying the consequences’: Jan 6 rioters imitate Trump’s disinformation playbook but see different results

CNN — The January 6 rioters are publicizing their actions on the United States Capitol and pushing misinformation in an effort to gain notoriety in a way that echoes former President Donald Trump. But that didn’t go well for many of them. Some rioters find their words and messages being used against them in court … Read more

Dmitry Medvedev At a Glance | CNN

CNN — Here is a glimpse into the life of former Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. Date of Birth: September 14, 1965 Place of birth: Leningrad, USSR (now Saint Petersburg, Russia) Birth name: Dmitry Anatolyvich Medvedev Dad: Anatoly Medvedev, professor Mother: Yulia Medvedeva, teacher and tourist guide Marriage: Svetlana (Linnik) Medvedeva (1989-present) Children: There are … Read more

Hopes of third Trump-Kim summit revived despite criticism from Pyongyang

CNN — Hopes for a third summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump appeared revived on Wednesday even after Pyongyang chastised Washington for “hostility” that was “viciously slandering” the country. North Korea’s Foreign Ministry has accused the United States of engaging in “extreme hostile acts” against their country, specifically … Read more

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un meets Xi Jinping in surprise visit to China

beijing CNN — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made his first trip abroad since taking power in 2011, meeting Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing and discussing the country’s abandonment of nuclear weapons, according to state media. Chinese state. Kim, who made the surprise trip to the Chinese capital at Beijing’s request, said he … Read more

How this Kherson baker resists the Russian onslaught without taking a gun

CNN — As Ukrainians across the country gathered glass bottles for Molotov cocktails and armed themselves against the Russian onslaught, Pavlo Servetnyk headed for the kitchen. In the past two weeks since the Russian invasion, he has barely slept, working 20 hours a day to feed the residents of Russian-occupied Kherson. Every day, the 28-year-old … Read more