New efforts are underway to fight a global outbreak of monkeypox. The CDC says a vaccine from the national stockpile is being released. Officials think the disease, which is not normally found outside of Africa, may have spread from sexual activity at raves in Europe. The first case in the U.S. was confirmed last week in Massachusetts.       More voters are making their voices heard today. Georgia, Alabama and Arkansas will hold their primary elections, with governor races in all three. Texas will see several runoffs and there's also a special election in Minnesota to fill the seat of a late congressman.        Relief is coming for parents struggling to feed their babies. A second shipment of formula arrives in the U.S. tomorrow and will head to store shelves after testing. This comes after 132 pallets of special formula landed in Indianapolis Sunday for hospitals and pharmacies.       Gas prices are holding steady going into the busy travel weekend. More than 34-million people will drive out of town this weekend, paying the most to fill up than ever before. Triple-A shows today's average remains four dollars and 59 cents a gallon, the same as the past two days.       British model Kate Moss is testifying tomorrow in a celebrity defamation trial. She's Johnny Depp's ex and will be called as a rebuttal witness. The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star says claims of domestic violence by ex-wife Amber Heard aren't true and have hurt his career.       Baseball fans are once again focused on Iowa's Field of Dreams. Plans are in place to invest 140-million dollars into a youth sports complex and a permanent stadium at the MLB diamond. The project will include nine ballfields, dorms and a hotel by next year.