Start your weekend off informed by catching up on Friday’s top news items. Harrison Smith breaks down war games in the Middle East, Texas’ border wall aspirations and more on the Daily Dispatch.
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- Iran sends warships to Atlantic amid Venezuela concerns
- Inflation continued climb in May as prices rose 5 percent over last year. Policymakers say it’s temporary.
- Texas Says It Will Build Border Wall With Mexico – The New York Times
- Three F.D.A. Advisers Resign Over Approval of Alzheimer’s Drug – The New York Times
- Russia officially declares Alexey Navalny’s movement, the biggest opposition force, an “extremist” group – CBS News
- ‘Prepare for War,’ China Military Warns in New Propaganda Poster for Taiwan
- (6) Doge on Twitter: “Iran is prepped to receive the Kanopus-V satellite, a #Russia|n-made satellite equipped with a high resolution camera that will allow #Iran to greatly enhance its spying capabilities. Satellite launch could happen within months, according to the WaPo.” / Twitter
- Passengers on first fully vaccinated North American cruise test positive for COVID – Breaking911
- Half of the pandemic’s unemployment money may have been stolen – Axios
- Biden: Pentagon said global warming is America’s ‘greatest threat’
- CDC plans “emergency meeting” on rare heart inflammation following COVID-19 vaccines – CBS News