Politics

Gov. DeSantis, Attorney General Moody Seek To Scuttle Protest Law CaseLawyers for Gov. Ron DeSantis and Attorney General Ashley Moody have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a measure that the Legislature approved to crack down on violent protests.
Gov. DeSantis Signs Bill That Provides Emergency Care For Police K-9s Injured In Line Of DutyLaw enforcement K-9s injured in the line of duty will now be able to be taken to a veterinary office for treatment in an ambulance.
'The ACA Is Here To Stay': Florida Lawmakers React To Supreme Court Decision Saving ObamacareFlorida Democrats are happy with the Supreme Court decision that saved the Affordable Care Act from another Republican challenge.
President Biden Meets With Putin For First Time Since Taking OfficeThe two leaders released a joint statement after their respective news conferences affirming that "even during periods of tension," they can make progress on "ensuring predictability in the strategic sphere, reducing the risk of armed conflicts and the threat of nuclear war."
Bill That Would Rename Coral Reef After Late State Rep. Kristin Jacobs Goes To Gov. DeSantisA proposal to name a coral-reef system after the late state Rep. Kristin Jacobs, a Broward County Democrat and leader on environmental issues, has gone to Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Florida's New Controversial Elections Law Gets Another Legal ChallengeAs challenges to a new Florida elections law stack up, a case filed Monday in federal court alleges part of the law placing requirements on voter-registration organizations is unconstitutional and could keep some people from casting ballots.

Health

Tech

Privacy Advocates Concerned About Amazon’s New Tech To Boost Performance Of DevicesIf you own certain Alexa-enabled Echo devices or some Ring camera models, Amazon will be able to use part of your home's WiFi to create a new network called Amazon Sidewalk.
Florida Healthy Kids Website BreachedHundreds of thousands of Floridians who applied for coverage or were enrolled in a children’s health insurance program between 2013 and 2020 are being encouraged to take steps to protect themselves financially after a cyberattack.
Tesla's Elon Musk Wants To Dig Tunnels To Alleviate Miami's Congested TrafficTraffic in Miami is terrible. We all know that. According to a new report, Miami was just named one of the most congested cities in the U.S. in 2020. But Tesla Inc founder Elon Musk says he wants to dig tunnels with the Boring Company, one of his many business ventures, to help alleviate Miami's notoriously congested traffic.
Consumer Electronics Show Goes Virtual, Many Products Designed To Protect Against COVID-19The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), was held this week and offered the very latest in tech. It was virtual this year because of the pandemic, and many of the products revealed were designed to protect against COVID-19.
'Legal Equalizer' App Helps People Know Their Rights, Safely Interact With Police: 'Accountability On All Sides For Everybody'The Founder and CEO of the Legal Equalizer app hopes that it will help to de-escalate situations between police and citizens by providing accountability on all sides.
Belgian Engineers Build UV Zapper Machine To Disinfect Shopping CartsWiping down shopping carts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a bright idea from a team of Belgian engineers.

CBS National News

Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch III: Full Face the Nation interviewWatch Face the Nation’s full interview with Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch III.
The Charleston Church Shooting: Six Years LaterThe CBSN Special ""The Charleston Church Shooting: Six Years later"" marks six years since the fatal shooting at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. CBS News contributor Antjuan Seawright speaks with several survivors of the attack, as well as the church’s current Pastor Eric Manning about the events of that day and what lies ahead for the church and the Black community.
Lonnie Bunch, head of the Smithsonian Institution, on preserving historyThe secretary of the Smithsonian Institution says "we have to make sure that America remembers, and one of the ways to do that is to collect these stories."
Man wanted in 3 Oregon deaths arrested in MilwaukeeNicholson is suspected in the death of his father, whose body was found in a trailer in an RV campground of The Mill Casino in North Bend on Friday.
1 dead after parade participant accidentally drives into crowdPolice said the driver and both victims are members of the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men's Chorus.
Face The Nation: Pink, Hill, BunchMissed the second half of the show? The latest on the future of work after COVID-19, Ibrahim Raisi winning Iran’s presidential election, Fiona Hills input on U.S. sanctions on Russia and Lonnie Bunch, head of the Smithsonian Institution, on preserving history.
3 killed, "dangerous" suspect sought after crime spree in OregonA suspect is believed to have killed three people in a wave of violence that included a hit-and-run crash and a shooting at a pot shop.
Biden spends Father's Day golfing with grandsonThe first lady posted a photo of her late father and wrote that her "heart is with those who are also missing their dads today."
Fiona Hill welcomes "obligatory" new U.S. sanctions on Russia over Navalny poisoningFiona Hill, a former top National Security Council official, says the use of Novichok to poison opposition leader Alexey Navalny means the U.S. must impose additional sanctions.

CBS World News

New deadly illness poses a challenge in India in COVID patientsThe country has reported more than 28,000 cases of the rare fungal infection, now increasingly seen in COVID-19​ patients and survivors.
Ebrahim Raisi wins election as Iran's president as nuclear deal talks resumeCBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran on what Ebrahim Raisi’s win means for the U.S.
Fiona Hill welcomes "obligatory" new U.S. sanctions on Russia over Navalny poisoningFiona Hill, a former top National Security Council official, says the use of Novichok to poison opposition leader Alexey Navalny means the U.S. must impose additional sanctions.
New fossils reveal one of the largest land mammals ever foundAbout 25 million years ago, giant rhinos more than 16 feet tall roamed the Earth.
How to watch the full "strawberry" moon, the last supermoon of 2021June's full moon is quickly approaching, and it marks the final supermoon of the year.
Immigrant's coffee business brews hope for Honduran youthsAs an immigrant from Honduras, Al Lopez is aware of the lack of financial opportunities Honduran youths face. That is why his coffee business "Alma Coffee" in Canton, Georgia, purchases coffee beans straight from Honduras grown by young aspiring farmers. Jessi Mitchell has more.
Controversial cleric Ebrahim Raisi set to become Iran’s new presidentAmid record-low voter turnout, Iran elected its newest president, Ebrahim Raisi. A controversial figure in Iran politics, Raisi is currently under sanction by the U.S. for alleged human rights abuses, including his role in the lethal crackdown on protesters in 2009. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Iran elects hard-line president amid historically low voter turnoutEbrahim Raisi dominated the election only after a panel under the watch of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei disqualified his strongest competition.
Legendary sprinter dies of COVID-19 days after his wifePopularly known as "the Flying Sikh," Singh was the first Indian athlete to win a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.