June 29, 2022

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- Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Kate Linthicum, Hamed Aleaziz
'We are in mourning': 51 migrants die after a stifling tractor-trailer is abandoned in Texas

Federal agents have charged at least two people in connection with the deaths of 51 migrants in a tractor-trailer in Texas.

- Nolan D. McCaskill
Trump's wrath at Jan. 6 committee has McCarthy in an awkward spot

Tuesday's testimony from a former White House aide may raise more questions about Rep. Kevin McCarthy's decision to pull GOP members from Jan. 6 committee.

- Times Photography Staff
Photos: Trump flew into rage on Jan. 6 and lunged at Secret Service agent, aide testifies

Cassidy Hutchinson, White House aide, testifies about Trump's anger on Jan. 6.

- Arit John
Eight bombshells from Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony at Tuesday's Jan. 6 hearing

Cassidy Hutchinson revealed that White House officials knew about the risk of violence on Jan. 6 in the days prior to the insurrection.

- Anumita Kaur
'This is hurting all of us': Trump's circle urged him to stop violence on Jan. 6

Donald Trump Jr. texted Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Jan. 6, telling him that his father needed 'to [condemn] this s—. Asap.'

- Grace Toohey, Richard Winton
Railway crossing at center of federal investigation into deadly Amtrak crash in Missouri

The death toll rose to four as investigators focused on the railway crossing, which had no electronic signals or crossing arms and was slated for improvements.

- Freddy Brewster
Trump attacked Secret Service agent in attempt to reach Capitol on Jan. 6, aide testifies

President Trump tried to grab the wheel of his limo and assaulted a Secret Service agent in an attempt to reach the Capitol on Jan. 6, aide testifies.

- Anumita Kaur
'I don't f— care that they have weapons': Trump demanded security allow rioters anyway, aide says

Trump knew rioters were heavily armed on the morning of Jan. 6, hours before the insurrection, former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testifies.

- Sarah D. Wire
Trump flew into rage on Jan. 6 and lunged at Secret Service agent, White House aide testifies

White House aide says Trump grabbed the steering wheel of his limo and attacked a Secret Service agent when he was told he couldn't go to the Capitol.

Podcast: Summer's biggest hazard? Humans!

Our Masters of Disasters reconvene to ponder this question: is the worst type of hazard this summer season...us?

- Gregory Yee, Richard Winton, Hamed Aleaziz, Kate Linthicum
At least 46 people believed to be migrants found dead in Texas tractor-trailer

Sixteen survivors were taken to hospitals, and three people were in federal custody Monday night, San Antonio police said.

- Christie D'Zurilla
Daily Harvest hit with lawsuit by woman who blames company for gallbladder removal

After 470 people reported cases of illness related to a Daily Harvest menu item, the company's CEO says, 'I recognize this is so frustrating.'

- Freddy Brewster
Kamala Harris warns abortion rights are only the beginning

Vice President Kamala Harris says she worries other rights might be endangered after the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade, the landmark case legalizing abortion.

- Jonah Valdez, Grace Toohey, Rachel Uranga, Laura J. Nelson
3 killed and dozens injured when Amtrak train from L.A. derails in Missouri

The train, with 243 passengers and 12 crew members, derailed Monday in Mendon, Mo., after hitting a truck, Amtrak said in a statement.

- Times Photography Staff
First photos of WNBA's Brittney Griner appearing in a Russian court

WNBA star seen in Russian court for one of the first times in four months

- David G. Savage
Supreme Court rules for coach whose prayers on field raised church-state questions

The conservative majority said football coach Joe Kennedy's prayers on the field were protected as free speech, and not an official promotion of religion.

Podcast: California, the abortion sanctuary state

California leaders have expected for months that the U.S. Supreme Court would strike down Roe vs. Wade. Now that it has happened, what's next?

- Rebecca Schneid
My high school classmates were massacred in 2018. How are we still in the exact same place?

Four years after a gunman shot up her high school, a young journalist finds herself writing about mass shootings again. In fact, she says, she never stopped.

- Tracy Wilkinson
Famine threatens wide swaths of world, now worsened by Ukraine war

Leading foreign ministers meet to confront global food insecurity crisis, facing conflict, climate change and COVID. Millions could die.

- Harry Litman
Litman: A terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Supreme Court decision

The Dobbs opinion will be devastating for American lives, and it will be derided by legal scholars.

- David L. Ulin
Op-Ed: We watched history go in reverse on Friday in Washington

It's one thing to know the Supreme Court is going to overturn Roe, and another to be there when it happened.

- Melanie Mason
John Eastman's long, strange trip to the heart of the Jan. 6 investigation

The Jan. 6 investigation marks the confluence of key figures and influences in Eastman's life, including his decades in California's political scene.

- Myah Taylor
Q&A: Why is Brittney Griner detained in Russia and when might she be released?

Brittney Griner has been detained in Russia since Feb. 17. The Times examines why "BG" was detained and what's being done to bring the WNBA star home.

- Doyle McManus
Jan. 6 hearings have become Trump's third impeachment — and a road map for prosecuting him

The Jan. 6 hearings have already shown the public there are least three potential criminal charges Atty. Gen. Merrick Garland could prosecute Trump on.

- Masha Rumer
Op-Ed: A notebook with family recipes reminds me of Ukraine's strength

A grandmother's handwritten instructions for borscht, dumplings and stuffed chicken necks are recipes for resilience.