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Michael Cohen admitted to stealing tens of thousands of dollars from Trump’s company. Robert Costello, a lawyer who once advised Michael Cohen, was reprimanded by Judge Juan Merchan for his behavior on the stand.

Robert Costello, a former federal prosecutor, will return to the stand Tuesday as the trial nears its end. Trump's lawyers are hoping Robert Costello's testimony will help undermine the credibility of a key prosecution witness, Trump fixer-turned-foe Michael Cohen. Norman Eisen is a CNN legal analyst and editor of "Trying Trump: A Guide to His First Election Interference Criminal Trial." He served as counsel to the House Judiciary Committee for the first impeachment and trial of then-President Donald Trump.


U.N. Security Council held a moment of silence for Ebrahim Raisi, the Iranian president who died in a helicopter crash. Iran has faced years of mass protests against its Shiite theocracy over its ailing economy and women’s rights.

President Ebrahim Raisi, the country's foreign minister and others have been found dead at the site of a helicopter crash in northwest Iran. Raisi was 63. The crash comes as the Middle East remains unsettled by the Israel-Hamas war and Iran has faced years of mass protests against its Shiite theocracy over its ailing economy and women’s rights. U.N. Security Council held a moment of silence for Raisi on Monday. Mohammad Mokhber is Iran's interim president now. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei approved his accession to the role.


The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is seeking arrest warrants for Benjamin Netanyahu, his defense minister Yoav Gallant and three Hamas leaders in connection with their actions during the seven-month war between Israel and Hamas. France, as well as Belgium and Slovenia, backed the move.

ICC chief prosecutor Karim Khan is seeking arrest warrants for Benjamin Netanyahu, his defense minister Yoav Gallant and three Hamas leaders in connection with their actions during the seven-month war between Israel and Hamas. France, as well as Belgium and Slovenia backed the move. President Joe Biden denounced the International Criminal Court chief prosecutor’s decision to ask for arrest warrants against both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar. The support exposes divisions in the West's approach to Israel and deepens the country's global isolation over its conduct in the war in Gaza.


Martin Gruenberg will resign as chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The announcement comes after an external review found widespread reports of mistreatment and sexual harassment at the agency.

Martin Gruenberg, the chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation will step down once a successor is appointed and President Joe Biden will name a replacement “soon” The announcement comes after the top Democrat on the Senate Banking Committee called for Gruenberg's removal. The FDIC is one of several U.S. banking system regulators. It insures deposits up to $250,000 in case their bank fails. A recent report found a widespread culture of sexual harassment and discrimination at the independent agency.


A video posted to Donald Trump's account on Monday included references to a "unified Reich" among hypothetical news headlines if he wins the election in November.

A video posted to Donald Trump's account on his social media network Monday included references to a “unified Reich” among hypothetical news headlines if he wins the election in November. The word “Reich” is often associated with Nazi Germany’s Third Reich, though the references in the video Trump shared appear to be a reference to the formation of the modern pan-German nation, unifying smaller states into a single Reich, or empire, in 1871.


More than 200 rioters have been arrested and 64 law enforcement officers were injured in the past three days. The government is flying in 1,000 more security personnel from France to end a week of violent protests by pro-independence groups.

French President Emmanuel Macron is heading to New Caledonia. He will join the 1,500 security personnel already on the ground. The state of emergency entered into force at 5 a.m. local time and gives authorities additional powers to ban gatherings and forbid people from moving around the French-ruled island. 3 young indigenous Kanak and a police official were killed in riots over electoral reform. Protests erupted after the National Assembly passed a bill that would allow some French residents of the islands to vote. Independentists have been criticising this measure saying it would dilute the vote of the indigenous Kanaks. More than 200 rioters have been arrested and 64 law enforcement officers injured in the past three days.


Schumer wants to revive a border bill that died in the Senate last February after Donald Trump nixed what was shaping up to be a compromise for Democrats in exchange for funding for Ukraine. The measure would have made it harder to apply for asylum and easier for the government to impose new border restrictions.

Chuck Schumer and Senate Democrats are planning a potential revival of a bipartisan-negotiated border package that was panned by Republicans earlier this year. The border security legislation came about due to congressional Republicans' insistence they would not take up the much-needed aid bill until President Joe Biden and the Democrats presented proposals to address the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. Now, three and a half months later, Sen. James Lankford is calling out Democrats for also playing politics with the bill.


Team Biden-Harris raised $51 million in April and has $192 million on hand as it enters June. Donald Trump's campaign raised more than $76 million last month.

President Joe Biden's re-election campaign raised $51 million in April, down from $90 million in March. Team Biden-Harris announced a $192 million war chest, the highest total of any Democratic candidate in history at this point in the election cycle. Donald Trump's campaign raised more than $76 million for the month of April. Nigeria's army says it has rescued hundreds of hostages held by Boko Haram extremists. The hostages were rescued from a hideout in Sambisa Forest.


Rex Heuermann's daughter was inside the home at the time police arrived. The suspect is charged with murder in the killing of Maureen.

Investigators are back searching alleged Gilgo Beach killer Rex A. Heuermann’s Massapequa Park home, nearly one year after he was charged in the killings of four women whose remains were found in the seaside community in December 2010. His wife Asa Ellerup and their adult children were not home at the time of the search. New York State Troopers and Suffolk County Police were seen at the house on Monday morning. It is not clear what they are looking for.


The climber was found dead on the West Buttress Route of Denali. The family member notified authorities about the climber’s tent on Monday.

A climber has died at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska after park rangers found a body at an elevation of over three miles. Since 1980, at least 14 climbers have died in falls on the West Buttress route. The climber was using a satellite communication device to keep in contact with their family during a solo climb of Denali. Another climbing team had seen them traversing from the 17,200 feet plateau to Denali Pass at 18,200ft on Wednesday, May 15.


Fujikawaguchiko erected a giant black net to block views of Mount Fuji. Those who want to climb one of the most popular trails will have to pay a fee.

Fujikawaguchiko town in Yamanashi prefecture erected a 2.5-by-20-metre mesh screen to block the view of Mount Fuji from behind a convenience store on Tuesday. It's an attempt to deter unruly tourists who litter, trespass and break traffic rules. Those who want to climb Mount Fuji will have to reserve ahead and pay a fee as well as take a picture for Instagram. The Ibishi Dental Clinic is located next door to the photo spot.


Pope Francis gave an interview to CBS 60 Minutes in which he reaffirmed Church doctrine on the immorality of surrogacy and discussed other topics including immigration and blessings for same-sex couples.

Pope Francis clarifies that he didn't allow blessings of "the union" but of "each person". He also reaffirms Church doctrine on the immorality of surrogacy. Pope Francis called efforts to close the U.S. southern border “madness” during a 60 Minutes interview. The interview aired on May 19 at 7:00-8:00 p.m. ET/PT on the CBS Television Network. It was conducted by Norah O'Donnell and aired before World Children's Day in Vatican City.


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