Fabrice SchnÃ¶ller is on a mission to unlock the secret language of sperm whales, the largest predators on Earth. Founder of the DAREWIN Project, Fabriceâ€™s goal is to record sperm whale vocalizations in hopes of deciphering their means of communication. By freediving, Fabrice is able to get up close and personal with the underwater giants, helping to bridge the gap between animals and humans, between land and sea.
A man is in custody after allegedly fatally shooting a man and wounding another person at a Mormon church in Nevada, police say. The City of Fallon Police Department identified the suspected gunman as John K. O'Connor.
Multiple people were shot outside of a Toronto restaurant around 10 p.m. Sunday, Toronto police Sgt. Glenn Russell tells CNN. The victims have been sent to trauma centers throughout the city, Russell says.
President Trump has privately expressed frustration over the perceived lack of progress in the talks, according to a US official, though he regarded the testing freeze as a positive sign. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.
"Sirens are going off all over the place," Brian Stelter says, depicting the Trump-Putin meeting as a giant mystery. He talks with Karen Tumulty, Jill Dougherty and Max Boot about the coverage. "Even as [Trump] is denying collusion, he is colluding with Russia in plain sight," Boot asserts.
Russia watcher Jill Dougherty, a former CNN Moscow bureau chief, says "I think the media would be very helpful to people if you said, 'Okay, this is how propaganda is done. This is how you are being manipulated.'"
Is this a case of Trump versus Trump? Olivia Nuzzi and David Zurawik analyze the competing media narratives about Trump and Putin. Nuzzi says pro-Trump talk show hosts "really are just an extension of the White House communications shop."
Of Trump's four TV interviews after the Helsinki press conference with Putin, three were with friends. What about the fourth, with Jeff Glor of CBS? David Zurawik and Olivia Nuzzi discuss whether Glor missed the mark.
Brian Stelter talks with Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy about the Trump-Putin summit, the economy, the media, and Trump's dangerous depiction of journalists as the "enemy of the people." Ruddy says Trump is "very angry about the press treatment."