House Minority Leader Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., holds a press conference and he went after some “extreme” MAGA Republicans and “extreme right-wing influencers” on Ukraine aide. Jeffries also ripped House Republicans for having “zero” to show for in their time in the majority, doing “nothing to meet the needs of the American people” and “undermining” what people want, like Obamacare. On the possible expulsion of Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., he urged the GOP to focus on “putting people over politics” and not “embarrassing” constituents.
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Speaking at the 2023 DealBook Summit in New York on Wednesday, Elon Musk, the owner of social media site X, scoffed at advertisers leaving the platform because of antisemitic posts he amplified there, saying to those advertisers ‘Go f—yourself. Go. F—. Yourself.’ Andrew Ross Sorkin conducted the interview and Sorkin joins Morning Joe to discuss.
Through partnerships with solar energy developers, oil giants BP and Shell are investing in an emerging industry called agrivoltaics, which combines solar energy generation with agricultural activities such as sheep grazing, beekeeping and crop production. This multi-use land management strategy could help alleviate the tension between farmers and solar developers, two groups that often find themselves at odds when it comes to matters of land use.
New video from IDF shows what they described as a terrorist outside of Al-Quds hospital in Gaza with a grenade. Retired Gen. Wesley Clarke speaks to CNN’s John Berman about how Hamas allegedly uses structures like hospitals to complicate Israeli efforts in the region.
The World Health Organization says Gaza’s largest hospital, the Al Shifa hospital, has been without water for days and is not able to function as a hospital anymore. Gaza’s Hamas-run Ministry of Health said Monday other hospitals also were out of service. Israel says Hamas complexes lie under the Al Shifa hospital compound, which the group denies. Vedant Patel, the principal deputy spokesperson for the State Department, joined CBS News to discuss the situation in Gaza.
With conditions in Gaza getting worse, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said any cease-fire agreement must include the release of all Israeli hostages Hamas is holding. Hospitals across Gaza are on the brink of collapse, while Israel’s military pressed its ground operations in the north and continued deadly bombardment in the south. Leila Molana-Allen reports.
Scientists have rediscovered a species in Indonesia’s Cyclops Mountains for the first time in 60 years. Known as Attenborough’s long-beaked echidna, the mammal is named after famous British naturalist David Attenborough.
Eight people were killed Wednesday in a Texas freeway collision that authorities said occurred while police were pursuing a suspected human smuggler. Several of the victims were from Honduras.
Radio-controlled ground drones are being used by Ukraine to hunt tanks to counterbalance Russia’s advantage of resources.
Two U.S. F-15 fighter jets launched missiles at a weapons storage facility in eastern Syria, which the Pentagon says was being used by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard and its proxies.
Global supplies of rice are facing its most significant shortage in two decades, exacerbating food insecurity fears. Rice is a staple food for over half the world’s population. India’s export bans sent shockwaves through markets as some argue the country is using food as a political pawn. America’s $34 billion rice industry must compete against the same market uncertainty while managing droughts, floods and changing temperatures. Watch this video to learn more about how global rice markets influence food security, geopolitics and the livelihoods of millions of farmers.
The Israel Defense Forces said over the weekend that it had surrounded Gaza City, the decimated metropolis from which Hamas has ruled the strip for almost 20 years, and there were reports that troops could enter the city — under which Hamas has constructed an elaborate tunnel network — within 48 hours. CBS News’ Debora Patta in Jerusalem and Doug Williams in Tel Aviv have more on the situation in Gaza.
Mark Esper, who was defense secretary during the Trump administration, discusses the divide over aid for Ukraine and Israel inside the Republican party with CNN’s Jake Tapper.
China’s real estate industry is collapsing in slow motion. Major developers like Evergrande and Country Garden remain stuck in spiraling debt problems. So-called ‘ghost cities‘ dot the Chinese countryside. And now the International Monetary Fund just cut its global growth forecasts for 2024 and called out China’s real estate crisis as a big reason why.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin pressed lawmakers to urgently pass the Biden administration’s $105 billion national security funding request which includes significant funding for Israel and Ukraine’s war efforts.
Micron, Samsung and SK Hynix are responsible for making 90% of the world’s DRAM memory chips, and Micron is the only one based in the U.S. That’s made it the latest target of bans from China. Yet Micron is spending $115 billion to build the biggest chip project in U.S. history. CNBC visited Micron in Idaho and talked to Gov. Kathy Hochul in New York to hear about the new fabs. We also asked Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer about Micron ahead of his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
A crowd stormed an airport in Russia’s Dagestan region after the arrival of a flight from Tel Aviv, Israel. CNN’s Frederik Pleitgen reports.
Israel announced that 23-year-old Shani Louk, who attended the Supernova music festival, was killed by Hamas. She had been taken after Hamas murdered 250 young Israelis at the festival. NBC News’ Raf Sanchez reports more on the war.
An influx of Russians into Georgia has stoked fears of war. Many also fear it could hurt Georgia’s chances of gaining membership into the European Union.
The missile strike on a village in the northeastern part of the country was one of the deadliest attacks on civilians since the invasion began.