The news to know for Friday, May 28th, 2021!
We explain what's in President Biden's first budget proposal. It includes some big numbers causing controversy even before it's officially announced.
Also, police officers in Washington state were just charged with murder from an incident that happened more than a year ago.
Plus, where there are multi-million-dollar lotteries for getting vaccinated, the largest sporting event since the pandemic started, and a few things to do and watch on Memorial Day.
Those stories and more in around 10 minutes!
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Biden Budget Proposal: WSJ, WaPo, AP, NY Times
Charges in Manuel Ellis Death: Seattle Times, AP, Axios, Washington AG, Police Union
DR Congo Volcano Eruptions: CNN, Al Jazeera, NY Times, UN
Worldwide Covid Outbreaks: USA Today, Johns Hopkins, CDC
California Vaccine Lottery: SF Gate, AP, Vax For The Win
Other Vaccine Lotteries: The Hill, NBC News, Axios, AP
New Pipeline Cyber Requirements: CBS News, Politico, Axios, Reuters
Indy 500 on Sunday: AP, Axios, WXIN, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Oscars Set Date, Say Movies Can Skip Theaters: NY Times, Variety, Oscars
Memorial Day: History, Good Housekeeping, Fox News, Deadline, Today
CDC Urges Memorial Day Caution: CNBC, NY Times, CNN
Feel Good Friday: Man Helps Other Ex-Convicts Become Personal Trainers: CNN, NY Times, Men’s Health, Second U Foundation