News roundup for Sept. 14, 2022: Royal family walks behind Queen Elizabeth's coffin

The royal family walked behind the Queen’s coffin during a procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the public will be able to pay their respects until her funeral on Monday.

Twenty two Republican governors have signed a letter to President Biden, asking him to withdraw his student loan forgiveness plan, claiming it would hurt low-income families with more taxes.

Ukraine’s army regained control of key cities in the northeast, after a counter offensive pushed Russia’s army out of the area. President Biden said the progress is significant, but fell short of calling it a turning point.

And parts of California are struggling with severe weather, as rescue crews dig through mudslides in Southern California, while wildfires continue burning over 50,000 acres in the north.

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- The Royal family walked behind the Queen's coffin during a procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall where the public will be able to pay their respects until her funeral on Monday.

22 Republican governors have signed a letter to President Biden asking him to withdraw his student loan forgiveness plan, claiming it would hurt low income families with more taxes.

Ukraine's army regained control of key cities in the northeast after a counter-offensive pushed Russia's army out of the area. President Biden said the progress is significant, but fell short of calling it a turning point.

And parts of California are struggling with severe weather as rescue crews dig through mudslides in Southern California while wildfires continue burning over 50,000 acres in the north.