British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce his resignation. Johnson will reportedly stay on as prime minister until the transfer process is completed in the fall. He'd been facing mounting pressure to step down since he admitted to knowing about sexual misconduct allegations against a Conservative member of parliament.        FBI Director Chris Wray says federal charges are possible in connection with the Highland Park shooting. The suspected gunman is charged with seven counts of first-degree murder after killing seven people during a Fourth of July parade. Wray says "if the facts gathered end up supporting a federal prosecution," then his team will work to pursue federal charges.       President Biden will award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to 17 people today. The nation's highest civilian honor will be awarded at a White House ceremony, to Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, US women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe, actor Denzel Washington and former Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, among others.        Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky [[ VLO-doe-meer ze-LEN-skee ]] is praising Western nations for supplying his forces with weapons he says are finally making a big impact against Russian troops. In his nightly televised address Wednesday evening, Zelensky said weapons provided by the West are making what he called "noticeable strikes" against Russian logistics capabilities.        The last abortion clinic in Mississippi is now closed. Medical staff and volunteers at the Jackson Women's Health Clinic saw patients for the last time on Wednesday. It's now permanently closed as the state's ban on abortions takes effect today.        An asteroid the size of a bus will whiz past the Earth today. Astronomers say the 40-foot space rock will pass within 56-thousand miles of Earth, which is a safe distance but still considered extremely close by celestial standards. The flyby will be livestreamed this afternoon by the Virtual Telescope Project, starting at 4pm Eastern.