In today’s news roundup, we cover the top stories from NBC News, AP News, CNN, and Reuters. Here are the highlights:
Birthplace of Atomic Bomb Braces for Biggest Mission Since Manhattan Project
The birthplace of the atomic bomb is preparing for its biggest mission since the Manhattan Project, as it faces new challenges and opportunities.
NASA Releases Report on UFOs, Examining Scientific Understanding
NASA released a report on UFOs, also known as unidentified anomalous phenomena, examining how the space agency can better contribute to scientific understanding.
Deaf Couple Makes History Scaling Everest, Aims to Inspire Others
A deaf couple who made history by scaling Mount Everest aims to inspire others, showing that “our community was on top, too”.
Government Shutdown Looms as Conservative Rebels Tank Funding Bill
Conservative rebels have tanked Kevin McCarthy’s funding bill, raising the odds of a government shutdown as the Senate and House finish for the day with no deal.
Russian Black Sea Fleet Commander Seen at Meeting After Ukraine Claimed His Death
The Russian Black Sea Fleet commander was seen at a meeting after Ukraine claimed he was killed in a strike on navy headquarters.
Researchers Use AI to Save Rainforest Species, Allowing Detailed Study
Researchers are using AI technology to save rainforest species, allowing conservationists to study at-risk species in detail.
Stay tuned for more updates on these stories and other breaking news from around the world.