Morning Headlines - Monday, June 24, 2024

U.S. & World and Wisconsin headlines, and today's meme.

Morning Headlines - Monday, June 24, 2024

U.S. and World Headlines

Netanyahu Walks Back Proposal For Gaza Hostage-Ceasefire Deal Endorsed By Biden

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said he is interested in a "partial deal" with Hamas that will free "some of the hostages" held in Gaza and allow Israel to continue fighting in the enclave.

Netanyahu's remarks walk back an Israeli proposal for a three-phase deal that would lead to the release of all remaining 120 hostages and to "sustainable calm" in Gaza.

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Everything You Need To Know About The 1st Biden-Trump Debate

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are taking the stage in Atlanta on Thursday for the first 2024 presidential debate.

The first debate in U.S. history between a sitting president and former president is expected to be a defining moment for Biden, 81, and Trump, 78, both of whom have drawn criticism over their advanced age and opposing views on immigration, abortion, the war in Gaza and more.

That’s not all viewers can expect to see. Here is everything you need to know about the first presidential debate between Biden and Trump.

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Federal Prosecutors Recommend To Justice Department That Boeing Be Criminally Prosecuted

Federal prosecutors have recommended to top Justice Department officials that airline manufacturer Boeing be criminally prosecuted, CBS News has learned.

While the recommendation to the Department of Justice's senior leadership is not a final decision, it is the latest development in the ongoing back-and-forth over Boeing's alleged violation of a 2021 deferred prosecution agreement. The exact nature of the newly recommended charges was not immediately clear.

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Friday Supreme Court Rulings Touch On Firearms, Expert Testimony, And Interstate Contracts

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday ruled that authorities can temporarily keep people from possessing firearms if the individuals have certain types of restraining orders placed upon them.

The Court upheld a federal 1994 ban on firearms for people under restraining orders to stay away from their spouses or partners. The restraining order needs to be based on credible evidence that the individual poses a credible threat to another person, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote.

The 8-1 majority opinion was one of five the court issued on Friday.

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What The Internet Looked Like In 1994, According To 15 Webpages Born That Year

What was the World Wide Web like at the start?

Long before it became the place we think and work and talk, the air that we (and the bots) now breathe no matter how polluted it’s become? So much of the old web has rotted away that it can be hard to say; even the great Internet Archive‘s Wayback Machine only goes back to 1996.

But try browsing farther back in time, and you can start to see in those weird, formative years some surprising signs of what the web would be, and what it could be.

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Wisconsin Headlines

'Mr. Hakes Must Follow The Law': Chippewa County Sheriff's Behavior Called Into Question

In a scathing letter, an area lawyer is threatening legal action against Chippewa County Sheriff Travis Hakes.

It comes after the sheriff got personally involved in a case, and allegedly told the judge he'd impose a harsher sentence than what was ruled.

Attorney Michael Cohen is representing Glen Kirckof, who was the foster parent charged with child sex crimes. Kirckof reached a plea deal on June 3.

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Wisconsin Judge To Weigh Letting People With Disabilities Vote Electronically From Home In November

A Wisconsin judge on Monday is expected to consider whether to allow people with disabilities to vote electronically from home in the swing state this fall.

Disability Rights Wisconsin, the League of Women Voters and four disabled people filed a lawsuit in April demanding disabled people be allowed to cast absentee ballots electronically from home.

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DNR Is Now Regulating The Illegal Harvest Of Cicadas

Multiple reports have been sent to the Department of Natural Resources of people illegally harvesting cicadas.

The DNR reminds the public of the strict law for capturing and removing animals and insects from state parks.

There are exceptions to these laws that include hunting and fishing.

Unauthorized removal of cicadas wardens law enforcement to take action against illegal violations.

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Packers Quarterback Jordan Love Announced His Engagement To Girlfriend

Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love announced his engagement to his girlfriend Ronika Stone Sunday afternoon.

Love posted a series of photos to from their vacation in Italy to Instagram with the caption, "First step to forever."

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Wisconsin Parents Fuming After Climate Protesters Strip Down Naked During Public Protest, Official Says

A Wisconsin local official is fuming at a left-wing group for staging a naked protest throughout a nearby city in the purview of children, calling the event "evil" in a Fox News Digital interview.

The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) is an international protest event to promote liberal causes, including pushing animosity about the petroleum industry's agenda. The event has outraged local parents in Madison, located in Dane County, who try to keep their children out of the city when the bike ride is scheduled, according to county board supervisor Jeff Weigand.

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Last Update: Jun 24, 2024 12:06 am CDT

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