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Hear Putin offer rare praise for President Biden

Speaking during a video conference meeting with graduates from Russia's Graduate School of Public Administration, Russian President Vladimir Putin praised his US counterpart Joe Biden, describing him as a "professional" who is "completely knowledgeable on all issues." CNN's Nic Robertson reports.

Town to celebrate Juneteenth in shadow of largest Confederate monument in US

After decades standing in the shadows of the nation's largest Confederate monument, a predominantly Black town in Georgia is trying to break ties with its own racist history. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

‘Me and my sister were best friends’

Six months after Ashli Babbitt was killed in the Capitol riot, her memory is as polarizing and politicized as the day itself. Her brother, Roger Witthoeft, says he and his 35-year-old sister were very close.

See ‘grandmother of Juneteenth’ react after bill passes

Opal Lee, a 94-year-old woman who helped lead the fight to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, tells CNN's Chris Cuomo what the bill passing means to her.

Who are the Cyber Ninjas?

CNN's Kyung Lah looks into Cyber Ninjas, the company running Arizona Senate's controversial election "audit."

Burmese migrant workers struggle to help families back home

Burmese migrant workers in Thailand have a torturous life of helplessly watching from afar as their country implodes while their families back home lack food and jobs. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.

Believe it or not, there’s a dog under this mess of hair

What IS that creature? A stray Shih Tzu needed a haircut so badly you could barely tell it was a dog. But post-shave, CNN's Jeanne Moos reports, a star is born.

‘They’re lying and they know it’: Cooper slams GOP over insurrection

CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses how the GOP continues to perpetuate lies about the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol despite being there and witnessing the violence themselves.

Man charged in Capitol riot claims he’s running for office

CNN's Sara Murray takes a closer look at a number of people who were at the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6, and now claim they plan to run for office.

See couple separated by pandemic unite at the border

He lives in Hong Kong. She lives just across the border in Shenzhen, China. Aaron Leung and Eleanor Liao used to travel to each other's cities for dates until the pandemic changed that. Desperate to see each other, they found out a place they could meet.

New video shows rioter assaulting cop

And... Did paid FBI informants organize the Capitol riot? The evidence says the opposite. But Tucker Carlson and several House Republicans think so...

New video shows rioter wielding flagpole and charging at officers

The Justice Department has released new police body camera footage from the January 6 assault on the US Capitol. The footage was used in the case against Thomas Webster, a former Marine and retired police officer from the New York City Police Department accused of participating in the Capitol attack. Webster has been charged with seven federal crimes and has pleaded not guilty to all charges. CNN's Marshall Cohen has more.

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Developing tropical storm takes aim at Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Claudette is likely to form today and impact much of the South this weekend while the Southwest continues to deal with very hot temperatures. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the details.

Thriller ‘SWEAT’ shows the perils of influencer fame

If you are fascinated by the landscape of internet celebrity and what lurks beneath, the Polish thriller "SWEAT" -- releasing this month -- should leave you reeling.

‘Microchip manicure’ turns your nails into business cards

A beauty salon in Dubai is giving new meaning to the phrase "chipped nails." Lanour Beauty Lounge in is offering a tiny microchip for customers' fingernails that can be used as a digital business card.

Singapore slows the pace of reopening as Covid cases haven’t declined significantly

Singapore slows the pace of reopening as Covid cases haven't declined significantly