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The Newsroom: Today's Top Stories


What are today's top news stories?

Here are some of the top news stories today, May 6, 2023:

  • Russia-Ukraine war: US and allies announce new sanctions on Russia

  • Supreme Court to hear case on abortion pill

  • Kentucky Derby kicks off the horse racing season

  • New York subway death: Marine who put man in chokehold says he acted in self-defense

  • Former WWE star Sara Lee dies by suicide

In more detail:


Russia-Ukraine war: US and allies announce new sanctions on Russia


The United States and its allies announced new sanctions on Russia today in response to the ongoing war in Ukraine. The sanctions target Russian banks, oligarchs, and technology companies.


Supreme Court to hear case on abortion pill


The Supreme Court will hear a case next year that could overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide. The case centers on a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.


Kentucky Derby kicks off the horse racing season


The 148th Kentucky Derby will be held today at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The race is the first leg of the Triple Crown, and it is one of the most popular sporting events in the United States.


New York subway death: Marine who put man in chokehold says he acted in self-defense


A Marine who put a man in a chokehold on a New York City subway train, killing him, has said that he acted in self-defense. The man, Jordan Neely, was homeless and had been acting erratically on the train. The Marine, Joseph Guzman, has been charged with manslaughter.


Former WWE star Sara Lee dies by suicide


Sara Lee, a former WWE star, has died by suicide. She was 30 years old. Lee, whose real name was Ashley Massaro, won the WWE Divas Championship in 2008. She retired from wrestling in 2010.


These are just a few of the top news stories today. For more information, please visit your local news source or a reputable news website.


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