The U.S. is now tracking more than 800 possible UFO cases, according to a Pentagon official. What is the history of the peso in Argentina? Al Pacino will be a father again at age 83. Here's what you need to know to start your day. First the truth.
1. Ukraine's war takes a new turn
Russia saw the effects of its war on Ukraine reverberate dramatically on its own soil on Wednesday, after a "massive" bombing wounded four people in Belgorod and a drone reportedly crashed and caused a fire at an oil refinery further south.
- Tara Reade, the woman who accused Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993, leaves the U.S. and arrives in Russia
2. U.S. House of Representatives Approves Agreement to Raise Debt Ceiling
The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill to raise the nation's debt ceiling until Jan. 1, 2025, as lawmakers race to avert a catastrophic default. The bill must be approved by the Senate before being sent to President Joe Biden to become law.
3. U.S. Now Tracks Over 800 Possible UFO Cases
The Defense Department tracks more than 800 cases of so-called "unidentified aerial phenomena" (FANI), commonly known as UFOs, according to a senior Defense Department official who studies these phenomena.
There is evidence of UFOs but not extraterrestrial life, official says 2:11
4. Armed teachers?
More than half of U.S. teachers believe arming themselves would make students less safe, while one in five say they would be interested in bringing a gun to school, according to a new report from the RAND Corporation.
5. What is the history of the peso in Argentina?
The peso has not always been called peso and has been governed by numerous systems since at least 1875, when the Mint was created, and has chronically been affected by periods of high inflation and uncertainty. But what is the history of the peso in Argentina?
This is how the devaluation in the country affects the Argentine currency 2:56
At coffee time
Kosovo Olympic Committee calls for disciplinary action against Novak Djokovic
On Monday, Djokovic left a political message in the lens of a television camera at the French Open in response to the violent clashes in Kosovo, writing: "Kosovo is the (symbol of the heart) of Serbia. Stop the violence" in Serbian.
The 5 tennis players with the most Grand Slams 1:39
Danny Masterson, 'That '70s Show' Actor, Found Guilty of Rape
A Los Angeles jury found actor Danny Masterson guilty of two of three counts of rape in a retrial Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney. Learn more about the case.
Al Pacino will be father again at 83
Hollywood actor Al Pacino will become a father again at age 83. Her partner, Noor Alfallah, 29, is expecting a child, according to multiple reports.
Kim Cattrall will return as Samantha Jones in the remake of "Sex and the City"
An HBO Max spokesperson confirmed to CNN that Cattrall shot a scene as Samantha Jones in March for the continuation of the hit series "And Just Like That...." Like CNN, HBO Max is part of parent company Warner Bros. Discovery.
Amanda Seyfried says Elizabeth Holmes' sentence is "fair"
As Elizabeth Holmes entered prison on Tuesday, Amanda Seyfried shared her thoughts on the sentence of the founder of Theranos.
Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of Theranos, enters prison 1:50
The figure of the day
107 million years
Pterosaur bones found in Australia reveal that the world's oldest flying reptile lived there 107 million years ago.
Study reveals that pterosaurs had multicolored plumage 0:39
The appointment of the day
"I think he will always be remembered as a big, big star. And a kind man."
Arnold Schwarzenegger was asked about the fact that Bruce Willis, his friend, had to retire due to his health.
The war in Ukraine is a "conflict of drones versus drones." See why
Dr. James Rogers, a U.N.-NATO adviser on drones, discusses the role they are playing in Ukraine's war, from weaponized consumer quadcopters to marauding munitions that can wreak havoc nearly 1,000 kilometers away.
This is how drones are revolutionizing the war in Ukraine 3:37