Wisconsin gov. vows to grant clemency to doctors charged under state abortion ban

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, vowed over the weekend to grant clemency to anyone charged under the state’s 1849 law banning most abortions.

Deadly missile strike destroys shopping centre in central Ukraine city

A Russian missile strike hit a crowded shopping centre in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk on Monday, killing at least 10 people and wounding more than 40, senior Ukrainian officials said.

Turkey's Baykar to donate three UAVs to Ukraine after crowdfunding campaign

Turkish defence firm Baykar said on Monday it would donate three unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to Ukraine, after a crowdfunding campaign there raised enough funds to buy "several" of the Bayraktar TB2 model.

Very good boys: Hero police dogs retire after serving, protecting Delaware community

Three K9s are hanging up their leashes after serving and protecting their community in New Castle County.

Ottawa police call in Canada Day reinforcements for 'freedom' protests

Ottawa officials said on Monday they are closing roads and calling in reinforcements to keep anti-government "freedom" protesters from disrupting Canada Day festivities, which are being held for the first time in three years on Friday.

Kentucky's 2022 Teacher of the Year quits profession, citing homophobia

Kentucky's teacher of the year, Willie Carter Jr., announced he has quit, alleging years of discrimination against him and LGBTQ students.

Virginia police are investigating vandalism of a pregnancy center following the Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade | CNN

Lynchburg police responded to a property damage call at the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center on Saturday morning, where officers found graffiti spray painted on the building and multiple broken windows, the department said in a news release.

Israel loosens abortion regulations in response to Roe

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel on Monday eased its regulations on abortion access in what the country’s health minister said was a response to last week's “sad” U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v.

Charge Against Giuliani Backslapper Reduced To Misdemeanor; Rudy Calls Video “Deceptive”

A hoarse and angry Rudy Giuliani decried the downgrading of charges to misdemeanors in the Staten Island slapping incident.

British taxpayers take stake in sex party planning firm Killing Kittens

Company given support from fund set up by government to provide loans to startups during pandemic

Jan. 6 committee announces surprise hearing for Tuesday on new evidence

The last hearing focused on how former President Donald Trump pressured the DOJ to help him overturn his loss to President Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

Louisiana judge issues temporary restraining order blocking enforcement of state abortion ban

A state district judge in New Orleans issued a temporary restraining order on Monday barring the enforcement of the state's trigger laws banning abortions.

N.Y. Supreme Court strikes down NYC law granting voting rights to non-citizen residents

The law allowed legal residents, including those with green cards, to vote in municipal elections starting in 2023.

Police say restaurant workers shot in argument over mayo

Police say a man who complained there was too much mayonnaise on his sandwich opened fire at a Subway sandwich shop in Atlanta, killing one employee and injuring another

Customer kills Atlanta Subway worker, injures another in argument over mayo, police say

Police say a customer killed one worker at a Downtown Atlanta Subway and sent another to the hospital over an argument about the amount of mayo on his sandwich.

Brittney Griner Will Stand Trial in Russia

WNBA star Brittney Griner has been held in detention on a drug charge since Feb. 17.

QAnon’s ‘Q’ re-emerges on far-right message board after two years of silence

Cryptic posts on 8kun ask ‘Shall we play a game once more?’ and ‘Are you ready to serve your country again?’

Melilla migrant deaths spark anger in Spain.

At least 23 migrants died on Friday when a crowd tried to cross into Spain's North African enclave.

Video shows man pointing gun at driver in NW Miami-Dade encounter described as road rage

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More than half of Americans live paycheck to paycheck amid inflation

As the prices for goods keep climbing, even wealthier Americans are feeling financially strained.

Frozen baby woolly mammoth remains found in Yukon Territory

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The ‘real’ reason Shakira and Piqué broke up according to the singer’s former brother-in-law

The ex-boyfriend of one of Shakira’s sisters told the Spanish press the “real” reason for the split between the Colombian singer and the Barcelona defender.

Tide turns in the Ukraine war as Russia makes progress in the east

Russian forces are arguably having their best spell since the invasion of Ukraine began four months ago.

Ukrainian officials: at least 2 dead as missile hits mall

SLOVIANSK, Ukraine (AP) — Scores of civilians are feared killed or injured after a Russian rocket strike hit a crowded shopping mall in Ukraine's central city of Kremenchuk, Ukrainian officials said Monday.

One of the most prominent crypto hedge funds just defaulted on a $670 million loan

Prominent crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital has defaulted on a loan for more than $670 million.

S.Africa says 21 teens likely killed by something they drank, ate or smoked.

South African authorities investigating 21 teenagers found dead at an east coast tavern over the weekend said on Monday the youths were probably killed by something they ate, drank or smoked, ruling out the earlier-touted possibility of a stampede.

Teesta Setalvad who fought for 2002 Gujarat riot victims arrested

Rights group say arrest of Setalvad, who campaigned for the 2002 Gujarat riot victims, will have a ‘chilling effect’.

4 killed when stands collapse during Colombian bullfight

BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Part of the wooden stands collapsed during a bullfight in central Colombia Sunday, sending spectators plunging to the ground and killing at least four people and injuring hundreds, authorities said.

Supreme Court rules for coach in public school prayer case

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a Washington state high school football coach had a right to pray on the field immediately after games, a decision that

Queen’s secret influence on laws revealed in Scottish government memo

Exclusive: Internal memo admits ‘it is almost certain’ laws altered to secure monarch’s consent

At least 21 people found dead in South African nightclub as students reportedly celebrated end of exams

Emergency services were called in the early hours of Sunday to the Enyobeni Tavern in Scenery Park, on the edge of East London, Eastern Cape province. Authorities say they are going to carry out post mortems as soon as possible. Reports say there are no obvious injuries on the bodies.

Costco’s $4.99 rotisserie chicken: Lawsuit claims retailer is violating animal welfare laws

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Man with gun turned children's reading book event to chaos at Sparks Library

A man with a gun turned a children's reading book event into chaos at the Sparks Library Sunday afternoon.

NATO to massively increase high-readiness forces to 300,000 - Stoltenberg

NATO will increase the number of its forces at high readiness massively to over 300,000, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday.

Russia slides into historic debt default as payment period expires

Russia could be entering its first major foreign debt default for over a century, after a grace period on two international bonds lapsed on Sunday night.

‘We suffocated for a long time’, S Africa nightclub survivor says

The South African Police Service has launched an investigation into the incident which killed 21 young people.

Russia defaults on foreign debt

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Japan pushes to remove zero-emission vehicle target from G7 statement, draft shows

Japan is pushing to remove a target for zero-emission vehicles from a G7 communique expected this week, according to a proposed draft seen by Reuters, a move that would water down language on climate change from the leaders' summit in Germany.

Prince Charles accepted suitcase with 1 million euros from Qatari sheikh, Sunday Times reports

Clarence House said Prince Charles received charitable donations and the correct processes were followed regarding those donations after a British newspaper reported the Prince of Wales once accepted a suitcase containing €1 million ($1.05 million) in cash from a Qatari politician.

Suspected terrorist attack in Oslo as a gay bar was attacked. Several casualties

Oslo's annual Pride parade was canceled on Saturday following a deadly shooting at a gay bar that Norwegian police are investigating as a possible terrorist attack.

Thousands protest against G7 in Munich as leaders gather for summit | G7

Demands include end to fossil fuels, preservation of biodiversity and greater social justice

3 dead, 2 injured after Amtrak train collides with car in California

Three people are dead and two others seriously injured after an Amtrak train collided with a car in California, officials told ABC News San Francisco station KGO.

A lot of Americans are planning on walking out of work tomorrow in solidarity with women.

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Colorado Avalanche win first Stanley Cup since 2001 with comeback victory in Game 6

The Colorado Avalanche, despite giving up an early goal in the first period, rallied to defeat the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 Sunday night, securing the franchise's first Stanley Cup since 2001.

Avalanche dethrone Lightning to win Stanley Cup for 3rd time

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The Colorado Avalanche are back atop hockey’s mountain after dethroning the two-time defending champions. Behind a goal and an assist from Nathan MacKinnon, the Avalanche won the Stanley Cup for the third time in franchise history and first in more than two decades by beating the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 6 of the final Sunday night.

U.S. likely to announce this week purchase of advanced missile defense system for Ukraine

The United States is likely to announce this week the purchase of an advanced medium to long range surface-to-air missile defense system for Ukraine, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Sunday.

Driver gets stuck trying to avoid parking fee

The motorist's "bad day" continued when he was found to be disqualified and had his car seized.

3 Juveniles Shot in South Carolina

The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office says three men have been shot at a home in Aiken off Wadley Drive.

Five people were injured in a shooting at a Texas trail ride gathering

Five people were injured after being shot at a trail ride concert organized by a Texas motorcycle club early Sunday.

Activists hold 'Abolitionist Pride' march to call for dismantling of police and prisons

About 500 people marched in downtown Toronto before the Pride parade on Sunday to call for the abolition of police and the prison system in Ontario.

Did corporate greed fuel inflation?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Furious about surging prices at the gasoline station and the supermarket, many consumers feel they know just where to cast blame: On greedy companies that relentlessly jack up prices and pocket the profits.

Ex-NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani Assaulted By Grocery Store Worker In Staten Island

Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani Assaulted By Grocery Store Worker In Staten Island

Man pleads guilty to 3k MTG theft

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John McAfee Family Presses Spanish Authorities For Further Details On Anniversary Of His Death

John McAfee Family Presses Spanish Authorities For Further Details On Anniversary Of His Death

Family of pregnant teen killed by undercover police is awarded $21M

A federal jury awarded $21 million to the family of a pregnant teen who was shot and killed by undercover police officers in Northern California five years ago,

Boeing 737 MAX mid-air emergencies revealed

Reports from flight crews show Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft was involved in six mid-air emergencies in the US in the year after it was cleared to return to the skies following two fatal crashes.

Turkish police prevent Istanbul Pride from going ahead

Turkish police blocked hundreds of people from gathering for Istanbul's annual Pride parade on Sunday and detained dozens after local authorities banned the march from going ahead again this year.

Russia strikes Kyiv as Western leaders meet in Europe

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia shattered weeks of relative calm in the Ukrainian capital with long-range missiles fired toward Kyiv early Sunday, an apparent Kremlin show-of-force as Western leaders meet in Europe to strengthen their military and economic support of Ukraine.

Colombia: Scores injured as bullfight stand collapses

Hundreds of people are injured after a wooden stand fell, local media report.

Florida man wrongfully convicted of murder is freed by an attorney fresh out of law school

A Miami-area lawyer was able to transform the life of a man who spent 32 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit — and said her own life has also been

Gold miner in Canada finds mummified 35,000-year-old woolly mammoth

Discovery in the Klondike ranks as the most complete mummified mammal found in the Americas

House passes resolution demanding Russia release Brittney Griner

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Turkish police break up LGBT pride parade in Istanbul

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Gunman on the loose after 5-month-old girl killed sitting in car in Chicago

A 5-month-old baby was killed while sitting in a car in Chicago during a violent weekend in which at least 20 people shot in the city, according to police.

Grand Canyon won't seek volunteers to kill bison this fall

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A bison herd that lives almost exclusively in the northern reaches of Grand Canyon National Park won't be targeted for lethal removal there this fall. The park used skilled volunteers selected through a highly competitive and controversial lottery last year to kill bison, part of a toolset to downsize the herd that's been trampling meadows and archaeological sites on the canyon's North Rim.

Prince Charles accepted suitcase with 1 million euros from Qatari sheikh, Sunday Times reports

Clarence House said Prince Charles received charitable donations and the correct processes were followed regarding those donations after a British newspaper reported the Prince of Wales once accepted a suitcase containing €1 million ($1.05 million) in cash from a Qatari politician.

22 found dead in South African nightclub

Twenty-two people have been found dead at an East London nightclub, with the cause unknown.

Iran launches rocket into space as nuclear talks to resume

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian state television said Sunday that Tehran had launched a solid-fueled rocket into space, drawing a rebuke from Washington ahead of the expected resumption of stalled talks over Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal with world powers.

Prince Charles 'accepted a suitcase with 1m euros', report claims

Clarence House says the correct processes were followed with the Qatari sheikh's charitable donations.

Elon Musk says he's worried about keeping Tesla out of bankruptcy

Tesla faces billions of dollars in losses from its new plants, supply chain problems and Covid lockdowns — enough for CEO Elon Musk to mention the possibility of bankruptcy in a recent interview.

U.S. aims to raise $200 billion as part of G7 rival to China's Belt & Road

Increasingly worried about China, G7 leaders first floated plans for the project last year, and are formally launching it now under a fresh title and dropping the moniker "Build Back Better World" first coined by Biden.

Taliban say they will not interfere with Afghanistan earthquake aid.

Aid organisations complain the group in the past has tried to divert aid to supporters of their insurgency

Miami-Dade Cop Investigated for ‘This Is How You Guys Get Killed' Comment to Driver

A Miami-Dade Police officer has been placed on desk duty and an investigation is underway after he was recorded telling a black man "this is how you guys get...

At least 8 people shot at rave dance party in Tacoma, Washington

At least eight people were injured early Sunday when gunfire broke out at a rave dance party being held in an industrial area of Tacoma, Washington, police said.

20 people dead in mysterious circumstances in SA nightclub

It is unclear what led to the deaths of the young people, who were reportedly attending a party to celebrate the end of winter school exams.

Sainsbury’s under new pressure to pay living wage for all workers

Queen’s bank Coutts plus Coal Pensions Board join others such as L&G and HSBC backing resolution for £9.90 an hour

FBI seizes disputed Basquiat artwork from Florida museum

The FBI raided a Florida art museum on Friday and seized more than two dozen paintings attributed to artist Jean-Michel Basquiat following questions about their authenticity

Melilla: death toll from mass incursion on Spanish enclave rises to 23

Crowd of more than 500 enter border control area after cutting fence in attempt to cross from Morocco

U.K. government announces new space sustainability measures

The British government announced a series of measures June 23 intended to make the country a leader in space sustainability.

FEMA to uninsured Montanans: ‘Take responsibility for your own disaster recovery'

As Fromberg residents worked to clear the muck and river water from their homes Thursday, a FEMA spokesperson said people should manage their expectations about federal aid.

Severodonetsk: Russia has full control of eastern city, Ukraine says

The mayor of the eastern city says Russian troops are in control after Ukrainian forces withdrew.

Ghislaine Maxwell put on suicide watch, may seek sentencing delay, lawyer says

Ghislaine Maxwell has been put on suicide watch at a Brooklyn jail, and may seek to delay her Tuesday sentencing for aiding Jeffrey Epstein's sexual abuse of underage girls, her lawyer said on Saturday night.

Bureau of Prisons expedites gender transition surgery for ex neo-Nazi bank robber

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United Airlines contract to hike pilot pay over 14% in 18 months

United Airlines pilots will get more than 14% in pay raises in 18 months, and paid maternity leave under a new deal negotiated with the company, demonstrating the bargaining power aviators are enjoying in a short-staffed industry.

Frustration grows in Ukraine as casualties spike and Russia takes more territory

Amid Russian advances and spiking Ukrainian casualties, anger and frustration over the handling of the war is swelling among military families.

Santa Monica judge approves name, gender change for child of Elon Musk

On Wednesday, a Santa Monica judge granted the petition submitted by Xavier Alexander Musk, who forthwith will be recognized as a woman.

Child labour remains an increasing source of Canada’s everyday products: NGO

Many Canadians remain unaware of the involvement of forced child labour in the products they buy, according to non-profit agency World Vision Canada.

Fall of Severodonetsk is Russia’s biggest victory since Mariupol | News

Fall of city after weeks of street fighting transforms the battlefield in the east of Ukraine to Moscow’s advantage.

Mark Fleischman, Former Studio 54 Owner, Planning Assisted Suicide

Mark Fleischman, Former Studio 54 Owner, Planning Assisted Suicide In Europe

John Williams, 90, steps away from film, but not music

After more than six decades of making bicycles soar, sending panicked swimmers to the shore and other spellbinding close encounters, John Williams is putting the final notes on what may be his last film score.

Uganda says exploration results show it has 31 million tonnes of gold ore

Uganda on Wednesday said recent exploration surveys have shown it has gold ore deposits of about 31 million tonnes and it wants to attract big investors to develop the sector hitherto dominated by small wildcat miners.

UN concludes Israelis killed Al Jazeera journalist - BBC News

It is the first UN probe into the death of Shireen Abu Aqla, shot during an Israeli operation in May.

Prince Charles is said to have been given €3m in Qatari cash

Money was passed immediately to one of the prince’s charities, says Clarence House

Boris Johnson seeks to stay in power until the mid-2030s

Remaining until that time would make Johnson, who has been facing calls to quit, Britain's longest continuously serving leader in 200 years.

Russia promises Belarus Iskander-M nuclear-capable missiles

The Iskander-M systems can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads, with a range of up to 500 km.

Man arrested after pointing gun at unmarked police car

Metro Police charged a man with aggravated assault after he pointed a gun at an unmarked car on Friday night.

New video shows the moment a motorist drives through Rincon’s ‘Let Freedom Ring Parade’

Motorist arrested after driving through Rincon parade Saturday morning.

One killed, two others shot at Illinois WeatherTech facility

A suspect is in custody following a deadly shooting at a WeatherTech facility in Bolingbrook, Illinois, on Saturday morning, according to the Bolingbrook Police Department.

Off-duty officer under investigation after woman assaulted at protest in Providence, police say

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Biden signs bipartisan gun control bill into law

The move marks the most considerable changes to U.S. gun laws in decades.

Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk now 'completely under Russian occupation' after months of fighting

The eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk is "completely under Russian occupation," the city's head of military administration said Saturday, following months of grueling and bloody fighting.

Amber Heard spokesperson denies actor has been cut from Aquaman sequel

Conflicting reports emerge over Heard’s role in superhero franchise after defamation trial brought against her by ex-husband Johnny Depp

Shane Lamond, MPD Lieutenant Under Investigation For Ties to Proud Boys, Accused of Time Theft Two Years Ago

Sources allege D.C. Police failed to fully investigate allegations of time fraud against Lt. Shane Lamond and his direct supervisor.

Oslo shooting: Norway attack being treated as Islamist terrorism, police say

Witnesses hid in a gay bar's basement as a gunman known to security services killed two and injured 21.

Young man murdered trying to protect a minor from her abuser

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China to provide $7.5 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan: Foreign ministry.

China will provide humanitarian aid worth 50 million yuan ($7.5 million) to Afghanistan after it was hit by an earthquake that killed more than 1,000

How Mark Cuban's New Drug Company Sells Medications With Huge Discounts

Medicare could have saved billions if it bought generic drugs from Cuban's new endeavor, according to a study.

Community mourns 3-year-old found decomposing in freezer: 'We're supposed to protect them'

Police said the mother's five other children are all going to suffer from trauma.

Norway on highest terror alert after two killed in mass shootings

Acting police chief calls Oslo shootings ‘extreme Islamist terror act’ and says gunman has history of violence

How we got addicted to using Q-tips the wrong way

Every Q-tips box has a warning label: "Do not insert swab into ear canal," and if you're going to use it to clean your ears, gently swab the outer part only.

U.S. Army private admits plotting attack on military unit

NEW YORK (AP) — A U.S. Army private from Kentucky pleaded guilty Friday to charges that he plotted to murder members of his unit in an attack that he planned to carry out in 2020 on behalf of a group that promotes extreme violence to bring about the demise of Western civilization, authorities said.

Army Guard troops risk dismissal as vaccine deadline looms

WASHINGTON (AP) — Up to 40,000 Army National Guard soldiers across the country — or about 13% of the force — have not yet gotten the mandated COVID-19 vaccine , and as the deadline for shots looms, at least 14,000 of them have flatly refused and could be forced out of the service.

Police Arrest Suspect in Fatal San Francisco Train Shooting

Police say they have arrested a suspect in this week’s fatal shooting of a man on a San Francisco subway commuter train

15-year-old in critical condition after hitting head while surfing on top of NYC train

A 15-year-old boy is in critical condition after hitting his head while subway surfing on top of a New York City train Thursday evening, officials say.

Russia’s republics, bled dry by Putin, begin to demand independence from his rule

Separatist movements are stirring in some of Russia's 22 republics, as war sharpens resentment over economic neglect and suppression of indigenous cultures

Eighteen dead in mass break-in to Spanish enclave of Melilla

A huge crowd of migrants tries to cross into Melilla in North Africa, with many killed and injured.

Polish expert about Ikrsinians: "we don't know what's going on with the Ukrainians; their manpower, losses and so on. From their point of view officially, everything is rosy. But it certainly is not this way."

It took Russia weeks of fierce fighting, an untold number of casualties, and relentless shelling before the exhausted Ukrainian defenders of Sievierodonetsk received orders to quit its smouldering wreckage.

Mysterious Group of Companies Tied to Bank Rossiya Unites Billions of Dollars in Assets Connected to Vladimir Putin - OCCRP

An email domain not visible to the public — LLCInvest.ru — helped reporters uncover a group of interconnected companies that hold palaces, resorts, yachts, jets, and bank accounts full of cash.

Two killed as Nio electric car crashes from third floor of a Shanghai building

Two people died this week when a Nio electric car crashed to the ground from the third floor of a parking lot in Shanghai.

Shooting at Oslo gay bar leaves at least two people dead

At least two people were killed and 10 others wounded after a shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Oslo, Norway on Saturday, Reuters reported, citing public broadcaster NRK.

Tex. school district bans dresses, skirts to promote ‘workforce skills’

The Forney Independent School District announced this week that it was implementing the new dress code to help improve the children’s “future workforce skills” for the 2022-23 academic year.

Truck strikes protestor in Cedar Rapids

Police are investigating the matter.

Swiss customs reviews imports of Russian gold worth $200M | Russia-Ukraine war News

Switzerland is a global hub for metals with the country’s refineries handling about two-thirds of the world’s gold.

US to proceed with production of biofuels despite global food crisis

Campaigners call to prioritise grain for human consumption over its use as a fuel

Electricity used to mine bitcoin plummets as crypto crisis widens

Consumption down by third since 11 June, with even sharper falls among other cryptocurrency networks

DHS warns of potential violent extremist activity in response to abortion ruling

The Department of Homeland Security intelligence branch is warning law enforcement, first responders and private sector partners nationwide Friday of potential domestic violence extremist activity in response to the Supreme Court's decision on abortion, according to a memo obtained by CNN.

Two dead, several wounded in Norway nightclub shooting, police say

Two people were killed and around 10 wounded on Saturday in a shooting at a nightclub in Norway's capital Oslo, Norwegian police said.

CDC says gay and bi men in Florida need the meningococcal vaccine, to keep them safe in 'worst' outbreak in US history

Don't be surprised if you see the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention out at the LGBTQ pride parade this year or showing up on your dating app.

Monkeypox outbreak growing across Britain

British officials said the monkeypox outbreak in the U.K. is growing across the country mainly among men who are gay or bisexual or other men who have sex with men

The United Nations said on Friday that its findings showed that the shot that killed the american -palestinian Al Jazeera TV journalist Shireen Abu Akleh on May 11 was fired by Israeli forces.

The United Nations said Friday that its findings showed that the shot that killed Al Jazeera TV journalist Shireen Abu Akleh on May 11 was fired by Israeli forces.

CDC investigates 'one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease' in US history among gay and bisexual men in Florida

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Florida Department of Health are investigating "one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease among gay and bisexual men in U.S. history," the CDC said Wednesday.

Canada to ban most single-use plastic forms - EconoTimes

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The cost of $4.99 rotisserie chickens: Costco gets sued for animal mistreatment

In 2019, Costco opened a $450 million poultry processing plant in Nebraska to produce millions of its staple $4.99 Kirkland Signature rotisserie chickens.

Hamilton teen accused of stealing more than $45M in cryptocurrency pleads guilty

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A Tesla was in a junkyard for three weeks. Then it burst into flames.

A white Tesla Model S was sitting in a Rancho Cordova, Calif., wrecking yard earlier this...

WA school districts ignoring state transparency laws | Crosscut

Investigation finds school officials don't follow the rules on reporting abusive isolation and restraint when they send students out of state or to private facilities.

Idaho will ban most abortions after US Supreme Court ruling

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Aftershock in Afghanistan as quake toll rises to 1,150 dead

GAYAN, Afghanistan (AP) — Tents, food and medical supplies rolled into the mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan where thousands were left homeless or injured by this week’s powerful earthquake, which state media said killed 1,150 people.

Gabby Petito murder: Brian Laundrie’s notebook confession revealed, 'I ended her life'

The first public glimpse of a confession Brian Laundrie left in a notebook in the Florida swamp where he killed himself last year reveals his final words.

Abortion in Louisiana is illegal immediately after Supreme Court ruling: Here's what it means

Louisiana has a 'trigger law' that outlawed abortion immediately after the United States Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

Army relaxes tattoo policy, approves some hand, neck ink as it faces recruiting shortfall

Army officials said the new policy would better align the service with social norms on tattoos and make the enlistment process simpler for recruits with tattoos in some areas of their bodies that were previously banned.

Supervisor Says Withhold Police Money Over Progress On Race And Transparency

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Hayward man arrested for detonating fireworks, injuring 2 SFPD officers at Warriors' parade

A Hayward man was arrested for detonating fireworks and injuring two San Francisco police officers at the conclusion of the Golden State Warriors' victory parade on Monday, police say. 

Disney to cover travel cost for employees seeking reproductive care

The Walt Disney Co on Friday said it will cover travel expenses for employees seeking family planning or reproductive care following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling overturning the Roe v. Wade ruling that protected a woman's right to abortion.

Ukraine to withdraw from key city of Severodonetsk as Russia's advance grinds on

Ukrainian forces are withdrawing from Severodonetsk, effectively ceding the city to Russia and putting the eastern Ukrainian region of Luhansk almost fully under Russian control following months of grueling and bloody fighting

Explorers find the world's deepest shipwreck four miles under the Pacific

The USS Destroyer Escort Samuel B. Roberts, known as the Sammy B., is the world's deepest shipwreck. It has been located at a depth of 6,895 meters (22,621 feet) in the Philippine Sea -- more than four miles deep -- by explorer Victor Vescovo.

Russian military cargo plane crashes, killing 5 crewmembers

A Russian military cargo plane crashed Friday, killing five crewmembers and leaving several others injured, officials said.

Patient at Vegas hospital fatally stabs 1 person, wounds 2nd

Authorities say a knife-wielding psychiatric patient has fatally stabbed one man and wounded another inside a Las Vegas hospital

$100 million worth of crypto has been stolen in another major hack

Hackers have stolen $100 million in cryptocurrency from Horizon, a so-called blockchain bridge developed by crypto start-up Harmony.

1.7m people had Covid last week as levels continue to rise in UK

Office for National Statistics reports highest estimate for coronavirus infections since April

New dress code outlaws dresses and skirts in Texas school district

A new dress code was instituted that officials say will help improve the learning environment, and it has one soon-to-be sophomore fighting back.

‘We didn’t sign up to die’: US transit workers sound alarm over rising violence

Unions say trend of assaults and abuse on staff is intolerable – and crisis will worsen without federal action

Germany to fire up coal plants as Russia turns down the gas

As Russia reduces its supply of natural gas, Economy Minister Robert Habeck has said Germany must curb its usage. Otherwise, things "could get tight in winter," he said.

California’s largest reservoirs at critically low levels – signaling a dry summer ahead

Images from Lake Oroville and Lake Shasta compiled by the state show ‘a shocking drop in water levels’ compared to years past

Hikers reportedly filming ‘Bad Girls Gone God’ reality show rescued from Arizona mountain

A group of women hiking on an Arizona mountain — reportedly for a religious reality show called "Bad Girls Gone God" — had to be rescued on Thursday, with several taken to a hospital for heat-related issues.

Ukraine news live: Moscow official 'assassinated' in car bombing - as Putin 'rewrites history lessons' | World News

Ukraine latest as the governor of Luhansk says Ukrainian troops in Severodonetsk will "have to be withdrawn" amid fierce fighting; a Moscow-installed official has been killed in Ukraine's southern region of Kherson in an apparent assassination, Russian news agencies report.

German lawmakers vote to end ban on 'advertising' abortions

German lawmakers voted Friday to end the country’s ban on advertising abortions, which has in the past led to doctors being prosecuted for providing information about the procedure to potential patients

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion

The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Honduras: man who planned Berta Cáceres’s murder jailed for 22 years

Roberto David Castillo sentenced for role in assassination of Indigenous environmentalist in 2016

Feds still looking for Alcatraz fugitives, 3 men in their 90s 'if they're still alive'

The U.S. Marshals Service released updated renderings of what missing Alcatraz fugitives would look like with hopes to put them back behind bars.

UN says journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was killed by Israeli fire

The shots that killed Abu Akleh and injured her colleague 'came from Israeli security forces'

Allstate and Progressive end relationships with local insurance agency due to alleged racist Juneteenth sign

Two major insurance companies terminated their relationships with a Maine insurance agency after it allegedly displayed a racist sign about the Juneteenth holiday earlier this week.

A year on, Surfside remembers 98 victims of condo collapse

SURFSIDE, Fla. (AP) — A year ago in the middle of the night, a 12-story oceanfront condo building in Surfside, Florida, came down with a thunderous roar, leaving a giant pile of rubble and claiming 98 lives — one of the deadliest collapses in U.S.

UN: Israelis fired shots that killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh | News

Veteran Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was killed on May 11 in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin.

Japanese city worker loses USB containing personal details of every resident

Contractor said he lost the device – storing names, addresses, dates of birth and tax details of 460,000 people – after an alcohol-fuelled night out

Germany now allows doctors to advertise abortion

Paragraf 219a ist seit Jahren umkämpft, nun gehört er der Geschichte an. Der Bundestag beschloss die Abschaffung des Werbeverbots für Abtreibungen. Die Ampel sprach von einem "Triumph", Kritik kam von der Union.

The conservatives lose in by elections.

The Liberal Democrats overturn a 24,000 Tory majority to win in Tiverton and Honiton, while Labour reclaim Wakefield after losing it to the Tories in 2019.

US Senate passes first gun control bill in decades

The landmark bill could be signed into law within days after Republicans and Democrats supported it.

Kids in China's capital now must show negative COVID test to go to a park

By one estimate, 814 million people in China must take PCR coronavirus tests routinely just go about their daily lives. Now in Beijing, that includes kids as young as 3.

US Senators Lummis and Gillibrand post crypto legislation on Github for feedback, going just as well as you'd expect.

Contribute to responsible-financial-innovation-act22/RFIA-bill development by creating an account on GitHub.

EU grants Ukraine candidate status in 'historic moment'

Ukraine became a candidate to join the European Union on Thursday, a bold geopolitical step triggered by Russia's invasion that Kyiv and Brussels hailed as an "historic moment".

Russia’s chokehold over gas could send Europe back to coal

The energy crisis wrought by Russian efforts to squeeze Europe’s energy supply are on the cusp of reversing hard-bought efforts to leave coal behind.

Netflix lays off 300 employees as bad year continues to hit company

Netflix is laying off 300 employees in the midst of a rough year for the streaming giant.

FBI raids Georgia churches near military bases, sources say church was targeting soldiers

The FBI raided churches in Georgia and Texas on Thursday, all affiliated with House of Prayer Christian Churches of America.

Graphic: Uber driver attacked on camera

Graphic: Uber driver Victoria Partridge said she's thankful to be alive after she was viciously attacked by a group of seven passengers.

Ukraine and Moldova accepted as candidates to join European Union

Ukraine's ambition to join the European Union passes the first big hurdle as leaders of the bloc unanimously approve it as a candidate for membership. However, it could be a long time before it's able to meet the conditions necessary to be admitted.

Black veteran groups seek policy agenda on racial inequities

As a young man in Memphis, Tennessee, Robert Dabney Jr. wanted to blaze a path that could set his family up for a better life. So two weeks after high school graduation in 1998, at age 18, he joined the U.S.

Virginia teen arrested in Florida after allegedly threatening to kill Orlando detective investigating him: 'God has commanded me to kill you'

Police said a 16-year-old boy from Virginia drove to Florida and threatened an Orlando police detective who's investigating the teen for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a 13-year-old girl.

Lake Mead nears dead pool status as water levels hit another historic low

Lake Mead's water levels this week dropped to historic lows, bringing the nation's largest reservoir less than 150 feet away from "dead pool" — when the

UN on Ukrainian attacks on civilian infrastructure:"as a rule, we have spoken out against any attacks by any of the parties on civilians and civilian infrastructure"

Drag queen story hour at ZooMontana draws hundreds of kids, supporters

Keldon Joyner, a Montana performer whose drag persona goes by Anita Shadow, read books about wildlife and diverse identities at the zoo as part of pride celebrations scheduled in Billings for the last full week of June.

Lake Mead is nearing dead pool status. The engineer for whom it was named would be 'horrified.'

The government official and engineer for whom Lake Mead is named would be "devastated" by water levels at the nation's largest reservoir dropping to historic

Dave Chappelle reveals Duke Ellington’s theater won’t be named after him

Comedian Dave Chappelle declines Duke Ellington School of the Arts’ honor of renaming its theater building in his name and instead unveils a plaque with the venue’s new name.

Trans people can correct sex on North Carolina birth records

Transgender people born in North Carolina may now correct the sex designation on their birth certificate without undergoing surgery after a consent judgment issued by a federal court

Airport chaos: European travel runs into pandemic cutbacks

LONDON (AP) — The airport lines are long, and lost luggage is piling up. It’s going to be a chaotic summer for travelers in Europe. Liz Morgan arrived at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport 4 1/2 hours before her flight to Athens, finding the line for security snaking out of the terminal and into a big tent along a road before doubling back inside the main building.

‘I felt very unsafe’: Parents speak out after Proud Boys show up at children’s library event

Pine Valley Library was hosting a pride story time event on Tuesday evening when a group of Proud Boys, far-right extremists, showed up outside of the event room.

EU awards Ukraine and Moldova candidate status

President Zelensky calls it a "unique and historical moment...Ukraine's future is within the EU."

U.S. to give some ‘Havana syndrome’ victims six-figure compensation

The Biden administration plans to provide some current and former U.S. spies and diplomats with payments of roughly $100,000 to $200,000 to compensate for neurological injuries and other consequences from the mysterious ailment known as Havana syndrome.

CDC investigates 'one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease' in US history among gay and bisexual men in Florida

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Florida Department of Health are investigating "one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease among gay and bisexual men in U.S. history," the CDC said Wednesday.

Report: Officers were in Uvalde school with rifles, shield 19 minutes after gunman

Police officers with rifles and at least one ballistic shield were in a hallway at Robb Elementary School around 19 minutes after a gunman entered classrooms

Florida nabs largest python ever found in state

The female python was 215lbs (98kg) and nearly 18ft long (5 meters) - and was pregnant with 122 eggs.

Surveillance video shows man sucker-punch random stranger in Koreatown, knocking him unconscious

A man is speaking out after being suddenly and violently attacked in broad daylight near Wilshire Boulevard and Vermont Avenue in Koreatown.

EU grants Ukraine candidate status in 'historic moment'

European Union leaders formally accepted Ukraine as a candidate to join the 27-nation bloc on Thursday, a bold geopolitical move hailed by Ukraine and the EU itself as a "historic moment."

Scientists discover world’s largest bacterium, the size of an eyelash

At about 1cm long, Thiomargarita magnifica is roughly 50 times larger than all other known giant bacteria

Vehicle of Texas woman wanted in murder of cyclist Anna Moriah ‘Mo’ Wilson is found, sold 2 days after killing

The car of a homicide suspect wanted in the death of elite cyclist Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson has been been located in Austin, Texas, but the hunt for her continues in connection with the May killing.

European leaders formally accept Ukraine as a candidate to join the EU

The move has reopened a tough and delicate debate within the EU over expansion.

Michigan to destroy some blood spots in fight over consent

DETROIT (AP) — The state of Michigan has agreed to destroy more than 3 million dried blood spots taken from babies and kept in storage, a partial settlement in an ongoing lawsuit over consent and privacy in the digital age.

European Union makes Ukraine a candidate for EU membership

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union agreed Thursday to put Ukraine on a path toward EU membership, acting with uncharacteristic speed and unity to pull the embattled country further away from Russia’s influence and bind it more closely to the West.

SpaceX says 5G expansion would make Starlink 'unusable' for most Americans

SpaceX, Dish Network and other 5G providers are locked in a heated battle over radio frequencies, which SpaceX says it needs for its orbital internet service, Starlink, and which Dish says it needs for its own customers.

‘It means so much’: Meghan Markle checks in on family of teacher killed in Uvalde, nephew says

The Duchess of Sussex checks in on family of teacher killed in Uvalde, nephew says

U.S. long-range rocket systems arrive in Ukraine - minister

Ukraine said on Thursday it had received U.S. supplies of High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), a powerful long-range weapon system that Kyiv hopes can help turn the tide on Russia's invasion.

Intel warns Ohio expansion could be delayed because Congress is dragging its feet on funding

Intel's Ohio factory was announced in January and would be the most significant expansion of U.S.-based semiconductor manufacturing in years.

Transgender and non-binary players can choose men's or women's team, says German FA

Transgender and non-binary footballers can now decide themselves whether to play for a men's or women's team instead of being bound by personal identification data, the German Football Association (DFB) said on Thursday.

Judge approves $1B+ deal in deadly Florida condo collapse

MIAMI (AP) — A judge gave final approval Thursday to a settlement topping $1 billion for victims of the collapse of a Florida beachfront condominium building that killed 98 people, one of the deadliest building failures in U.S.

City contractor goes out for drinks after work, loses memory stick containing personal data on nearly half a million residents

"We deeply regret that we have profoundly harmed the public's trust in the administration of the city," an official said.

Texas House Committees Hold Meeting on Mass Violence and Public Safety

Smithtown Library Pride Move Sparks Controversy

A Long Island library board voted to take down all pride displays and ban any books about gay pride from their children’s sections — a controversial move...

Ghislaine Maxwell deserves at least 30 years in prison, prosecutors say

Ghislaine Maxwell should spend at least 30 years in prison for her role in the sexual abuse of teenage girls over a 10-year period by Jeffrey Epstein, prosecutors said.

A road in Texas partially melted as state scorched by heat wave

The excessive heat caused the asphalt on about four miles of a roadway loop in Texas to “bleed.”

New dress code outlaws dresses and skirts in Texas school district

A new dress code was instituted that officials say will help improve the learning environment, and it has one soon-to-be sophomore fighting back.

Driver Naked From Waist Down Strikes, Kills Teen in West Philadelphia: Police

Officers responding to a crash that left a teenage pedestrian dead in West Philadelphia found the possibly intoxicated driver not wearing any pants while behind...

U.S. woman left fearing for her life after being denied abortion in Malta

American woman Andrea Prudente has been left fearing for her life after she was denied an abortion in Malta despite suffering the symptoms of a miscarriage.

FDA bans Juul e-cigarettes as government pursues broader crackdown on nicotine products

The Food and Drug Administration rejected Juul's application to sell its e-cigarettes in the U.S.

Supreme Court says GOP lawmakers can intervene to defend North Carolina voter ID law

The Supreme Court said on Thursday that two Republican leaders of North Carolina's legislature could step in to defend the state's voter ID law even though the state's attorney general, a Democrat, is already doing so.

U.S. Supreme Court protects police from 'Miranda' lawsuits

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday shielded police from the risk of paying money damages for failing to advise criminal suspects of their rights before obtaining statements later used against them in court, siding with a Los Angeles County deputy sheriff.

Supreme Court sides with inmate who wants to die by firing squad

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in favor of a death row inmate in Georgia who is challenging the state's lethal injection protocol and seeks to die by firing squad -- a method not currently authorized in the state.

In 6-3 ruling, court strikes down New York's concealed-carry law

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Supreme Court strikes New York gun law in major ruling

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a restrictive New York gun law in a major ruling for gun rights. The justices’ 6-3 decision is expected to ultimately allow more people to legally carry guns on the streets of the nation’s largest cities — including New York, Los Angeles and Boston — and elsewhere.

WHO considers declaring monkeypox a global health emergency

The World Health Organization convenes its emergency committee Thursday to consider if the spiraling outbreak of monkeypox warrants being declared a global emergency. But some experts say the WHO's decision to act only after the disease spilled into the West could entrench the grotesque inequities that arose between rich and poor countries during the coronavirus pandemic.

Supreme Court Rules Against New York's Gun Permit Law

The Supreme Court ruled against a New York law that restricts who can carry a firearm in public in a 6-3 decision that comes weeks after 19 children and two...

Supreme Court says Second Amendment guarantees right to carry guns in public

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Constitution provides a right to carry a gun outside the home, issuing a major decision on the meaning of the Second A

British Airways staff at London Heathrow vote to strike over pay

British Airways staff at London's Heathrow voted on Thursday in favour of a strike for better pay, threatening disruption at Britain's busiest airport during an already chaotic summer for air travellers.

UK gives 100 days to spend last £ 14.5bn of paper banknotes

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Dogecoin Increasingly Tied To Terrorism And Child Sex Abuse Material, Research Shows — Blockchair News

bitcoinist.com: Dogecoin, Elon Musk’s favorite cryptocurrency, is now being utilized in a greater number of illegal acts, according to a new analysis. The token’s value and popularity have risen dramatically in recent months. The research’s author, Blockchain analytics firm Elliptic, claimed to have discovered proof that the famous meme coin was being utilized by criminals as […]

Florida python sets new state record at almost 18 feet, 215 pounds

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida on Wednesday unveiled the largest python yet to be captured in the state. The reptile measures nearly 18 feet in length and weighs 215 pounds, the agency said during a news conference.

Allstate, Progressive end relationships with Maine company after Juneteenth sign

The backlash continues over a Juneteenth sign posted on the window of an insurance company in Millinocket.

6 dead after Vietnam-era helicopter crashes in West Virginia

Six people are dead after a helicopter crashed in Logan County, West Virginia, on Wednesday, authorities said.

Starbucks used "array of illegal tactics" against unionizing workers, labor regulators say

Labor board asks court to order coffee chain to rehire seven former employees the government says were unlawfully fired.

U.S. swimmer Alvarez saved from drowning by coach

American artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez was in danger of drowning after losing consciousness in the pool at the world championships in Budapest on Wednesday before being rescued by her coach Andrea Fuentes.

Germany faces gas supply 'crisis,' declares alarm level

BERLIN (AP) — Germany activated the second phase of its three-stage emergency plan for natural gas supplies Thursday, saying Europe's biggest economy faces a “crisis” and warning that storage targets for the winter are at risk due to dwindling deliveries from Russia .

UK announces new tranche of trade sanctions against Russia

Britain introduced a new tranche of trade sanctions against Russia on Thursday, a notice published on the government website said.

Proud Boys harass young children and their families at Pride Storytime at a Wilmington, NC library

NEW HANOVER COUNTY — An event attempting to promote inclusivity has instead divided a community. Tuesday night was supposed to be a welcoming LGBT+ gathering at…

Video shows passengers viciously attack Las Vegas Uber driver

Victoria Partridge said she’s thankful to be alive after her Uber passengers viciously assaulted her early Sunday morning during the dropoff.

The swimmer's coach jumps into the pool to save her life after she faints in the water

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North Korea's talks of new army duties suggest nuke deployment

North Korea discussed assigning additional operational duties to its frontline military units at a key military meeting, state media said Thursday, a suggestion the country may want to deploy battlefield nuclear weapons targeting rival South Korea along the two countries' tense border.

Feds arrest ex-Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and adviser

The former Tallahassee mayor and Democratic nominee for governor is facing federal charges over his campaign.

Myanmar's Suu Kyi moved from secret location to prison

Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi was transferred Wednesday from a secret detention location to a prison in the country's capital, legal officials familiar with her case said. Her ongoing court cases will be tried at a new facility constructed in the prison compound, they said.

6 dead in southern W.Va. helicopter crash

The crash was reported around 5 p.m. in the Kelly Mountain area of Logan County.

Broadway theaters to loosen mask policy in July

Mask wearing will be optional beginning in July.

Daily Harvest meal delivery service recalls lentil crumbles after customers report gastrointestinal emergencies

A popular meal delivery service has recalled a lentil-based food product after days of customers posting online about gastrointestinal issues they faced after

Uvalde school police chief on leave after mass shooting

The Uvalde school district’s police chief has been put on leave following allegations that he erred in his response to a mass shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead

Murder conviction overturned for Justin Ross Harris, Georgia father who left toddler son in hot car

Justin Ross Harris, a Georgia father convicted of murder after leaving his 22-month-old son Cooper in a hot car, had his case overturned.

Ohio State University officially wins trademark for the word 'THE' from federal government

Ohio State University won a years-long legal battle for "THE" on Tuesday, gaining trademark protection for a three-letter article that plays an outsized role

Feds want 25 years for Chauvin for violating Floyd's rights

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Federal prosecutors asked a judge on Wednesday to sentence a former Minneapolis officer to 25 years for violating the rights of George Floyd , saying Derek Chauvin's actions were cold-blooded and needless as he knelt on the Black man's neck while Floyd repeatedly said he couldn't breathe.

Richard Rojas, accused in deadly Times Square crash, found not responsible due to mental illness

Alyssa Elsman, 18, was killed and 22 others were hurt in the 2017 crash.

Mendocino Chevron sells the nation's most expensive gas: $9.63 a gallon

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Man claims pet alligator is being held hostage after she was taken during Michigan police chase

An Oak Park man claims his pet alligator named Karen "is being held hostage" by an animal rescue. The rescue was called by the Lake County Sheriff's Office to help after deputies found the gator in the man's car following a police chase.

Brazilian judge probed for blocking abortion for raped child

Brazil’s judicial watchdog agency says it's investigating a judge who stopped an 11-year-old rape victim from getting an abortion

Fishing feud at end of the world split US and UK over Russia

MIAMI (AP) — It's one of the world's highest-fetching wild-caught fish, sold for $32 a pound at Whole Foods and served up as meaty fillets on the menus of upscale eateries across the U.S.

EU seeks to halve use of pesticides, heal nature with landmark laws

The European Commission proposed on Wednesday legally binding targets to halve the use of chemical pesticides and restore nature across the EU, in an attempt to better protect health and recover plunging wildlife populations.

Feds say he was a Russian spy in Miami, now scientist gets 4 years behind bars

The story of Hector Cabrera, 36, involves, among other things, espionage tactics, trips to Moscow, and two wives on two separate continents. And it all comes back to South Florida.

Sri Lankan economy has 'completely collapsed', leader says

The country of 22 million people is struggling with its worst economic crisis in seven decades.

‘We aren’t going anywhere:’ Drag Queen Story Hour forges ahead after Proud Boys’ disruption

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Poliovirus detected in sewage from North and East London

Investigation underway to protect public, who are urged to ensure polio vaccines are up to date, especially parents of young children who may have missed an immunisation opportunity.

Deadly Shooting on Muni Train in San Francisco

One person was killed and another was injured in a shooting on the Muni between the Castro and Forest Hill stations in San Francisco Wednesday morning.

Officer husband of slain Uvalde teacher tried to save her. His gun was taken away.

During the Texas Senate’s hearing on police response to the Uvalde school shooting, an official claimed Eva Mireles’ husband, Ruben Ruiz, had his gun taken away, was detained and escorted off the scene after he received a call from his wife.

Student loan forgiveness 'is not a problem that concerns the wealthy,' Schumer says.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., called on the labor movement to join him in his fight to get President Joe Biden to forgive $50,000 per borrower.

Ohio State University secures trademark for use of the word 'THE' on clothing

After nearly three years, Ohio State has finally registered a trademark for the word "THE" on their clothing.

US importing baby formula from Mexico to ease shortage

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it is providing logistical support to import the equivalent of about 16 million 8-ounce baby formula bottles from Mexico starting this weekend, as part of its efforts to ease nationwide supply shortages caused by the closure of the largest U.S.

Oklahoma fast-food restaurant worker arrested after meth found in order, police say

After a customer reported finding a small baggy of drugs in their order, Skiatook Police said it tested positive for methamphetamine.

Police: Teens broke into $8M Florida mansion, held boxing matches during house party

Police: Teens broke into $8M Florida mansion, held boxing matches during house party

Police in ongoing standoff with armed man in Minnesota

A 39-year-old man carrying a rifle is in a standoff with police Wednesday.

Afghanistan quake kills more than 1,000, injures 1,600, officials say

Tremors were felt in Pakistan and India.

Faked heart studies by a once-obscure scientist duped the U.S. government and medical establishment for years. Washington is still paying for it.

Faked heart studies by a once-obscure scientist duped the U.S. government and medical establishment for years. Washington is still paying for it.

Russia may resort to provocations as its army is run by "morons" – Lithuanian defmin

site.title - Lithuanian National Defense Minister Arvydas Anusauskas has warned that Russia may resort to provocations because of the existing Kaliningrad transit restrictions, adding, however, that Lithuania and NATO allies are closely watching the situation in the region and are ready to react.

Former candidate for Florida governor facing federal charges

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Andrew Gillum, the 2018 Democratic nominee for Florida governor, is facing 21 federal charges related to a scheme to seek donations and funnel a portion of them back to him through third parties, the U.S.

German sex abuse lawsuit targets former Pope Benedict

A lawsuit brought against an alleged paedophile priest in Germany is seeking to establish whether former Pope Benedict and other members of the clergy were culpable in a historical case of child sexual abuse, the plaintiff's lawyer said.

Sinkhole spanning breadth of whole street opens up in London

Police cordon off site in Bexleyheath where hole emerged on Tuesday evening as road began to crack

Uvalde mayor accuses state police head of lying, leaking and misleading as new timeline of police response reveals excruciating missteps | CNN

On May 25, the day after the Uvalde school massacre, state and local leaders gathered at a news conference and voiced their support for the community, vowing to learn more about the circumstances that led to the killings of 19 children and two teachers.

Drone crashes into Russian oil refinery in possible attack

Video shared on social media shows an explosion at the Novoshakhtinsk plant

Spain detects first local infection with cholera since 1979

Spain has detected its first locally acquired case of cholera in over four decades, regional health authorities said on Wednesday, although the infected person has already recovered and no other cases have been reported in the meantime.

U.S. tech companies yank job offers, leaving college grads scrambling.

One by one, over the last week of May, Twitter Inc rang up some members of its incoming class of new hires who had recently graduated from college and revoked the job offers in 15-minute calls, according to some of the recipients.

Jury Finds Bill Cosby Guilty of Rape of Teenager

The former comedian must pay damages to Judy Huth after abusing her in 1975, a jury finds.

U.S. FDA to order Juul e-cigarettes off market

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is preparing to order Juul Labs Inc to take its e-cigarettes off the market in the United States, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Georgia Supreme Court overturns conviction of Ross Harris in 22-month-old son’s hot car death

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6,000 bees removed from inside wall of Nebraska couple’s 100-year-old home

About 6,000 bees were recently removed from inside the walls of an Omaha couple’s 100-year-old home.

Demand for adjustable-rate mortgages surges, as interest rates make biggest jump in 13 years

Mortgage rates surged to the highest level since 2008, but more buyers applied for loans, perhaps concerned rates would move even higher.

Amazon could run out of workers in US in two years, internal memo suggests

With exceptionally high turnover, the company risks churning though available labor pool by 2024

Afghanistan quake kills 1,000 people, deadliest in decades

A powerful earthquake struck a rural, mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan early Wednesday. Follow AP's live coverage of the earthquake and its impact.

Police shoot and kill bear that wandered into suburbs after being told by wildlife authorities to leave it alone. They then lie in the police report stating wildlife authorities told them otherwise.

A black bear shot dead over the weekend is causing quite the stir in a Royal Palm Beach neighborhood.

Uvalde City Council denies Pete Arredondo's leave of absence request

Pete Arredondo, a councilman who serves as chief of police for the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District, wanted to be exempt from attending future meetings.

Plane bursts into flames with 137 people onboard after crashing at Miami airport

Footage shows the plane skidding on its belly and smashing its nose before it skids to a stop and its left wing catches fire.

Finland is ready to fight Russia if attacked - defence chief

Finland has prepared for decades for a Russian attack and would put up stiff resistance should one occur, its armed forces chief said.

Afghan quake kills 950; toll seen likely to rise

An earthquake of magnitude 6.1 killed 950 people in Afghanistan early on Wednesday, disaster management officials said, with more than 600 injured and the toll expected to grow as information trickles in from remote mountain villages.

Chicago police are no longer allowed to chase people on foot just for running away

Chicago police officers will no longer be allowed to chase people on foot simply because they run away or give chase over minor offenses.

U.S. begins vaccinating children between the ages of 6 months and 5 years against coronavirus

Vaccines became available Tuesday for children between the ages of 6 months and 5 years, the last group of Americans to be offered shots.

Teen Found Murdered In Colorado Springs Walgreens Complained To Manager About Fellow Employee Now Accused Of Killing Her

New information is surfacing about a teenager who was found murdered inside a Walgreens store in Colorado Springs.

Afghanistan earthquake: At least 250 killed and scores wounded in Paktika province

The powerful quake struck overnight as people slept and was felt as far away as India.

UK inflation hits 9.1% in May

UK inflation, the rate at which prices rise, edged up to 9.1% in the year to May up from 9% in April.

More than 1,300 Southwest Airlines pilots march on picket line, say they're overworked and underpaid

More than 1,300 Southwest Airlines pilots stood on a picket line Tuesday in Dallas, sounding off about what they say are unfair working conditions.

US gun control: Bill clears first hurdle in US Senate

The landmark bill is said to be the most significant new gun control legislation in a generation.

Classroom door in Uvalde school shooting was not locked, official says

The classroom door in the Uvalde elementary school where 19 children and two teachers were killed in May was not locked even as police waited for a key, Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw said on Tuesday.

Tesla worker rejects $15 million payout in race bias lawsuit

A Black former elevator operator at Tesla’s flagship California assembly plant on Tuesday rejected a $15 million award in his lawsuit alleging racial abuse by

Deshaun Watson agrees to settle 20 of the 24 civil lawsuits against him

The NFL says the civil settlements will have no bearing on the league's disciplinary process.

Katie Britt is projected to beat Mo Brooks in Alabama GOP Senate race

Katie Britt was projected defeated Rep. Mo Brooks after a roller coaster primary in which former president Donald Trump abandoned a staunch ally.

Texas shooting: School where 19 pupils and two teachers were shot dead is to be demolished

The massacre was the deadliest shooting at an American school since 26 people were killed in the Sandy Hook attack in Connecticut in 2012.

Airplane catches fire at Miami airport after landing gear "collapsed;" 3 taken to the hospital, officials say

According to airport officials, there were 126 people onboard, and three were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Linde quits Russia's Amur gas and chemicals project, Sibur says

Linde , , the world's largest industrial gases company, has ended its participation in Russia's Amur gas and chemicals complex (Amur GCC), Russian company Sibur said on Tuesday.

Clearwater woman fatally shoots man who broke into her bedroom, police say

Clearwater police say so far, their preliminary investigation points to a case of self-defense after the woman said she woke up to find an intruder in her bedroom. When the man began attacking her, she grabbed her gun and fatally shot him.

Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Jurors at a civil trial found Tuesday that Bill Cosby sexually abused a 16-year-old girl at the Playboy Mansion in 1975.

Kojima Productions is raising money for Ukraine with anti-war merch

Kojima Productions is selling anti-war merchandise in a bid to support Ukraine in its ongoing war against Russia.

After Police Find No Evidence 6-Year-Old Was Burned Deliberately, Mother of Cleared Boy Speaks Out

“How can you do this to my child and my family?” Laura Giacobbe said. After an investigation, police said there was no evidence that the 6-year-old boy was burned deliberately, as his family had initially claimed.

US sanctions helped China supercharge its chipmaking industry

The US restricted sales of American technology, but also fuelled a boom in Chinese chip-making and supply. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Judge temporarily revokes custody in rape paternity case after Nakamoto report; trial set for next month

AMITE - A judge at the center of a high-profile custody battle where a woman was ordered to pay her alleged abuser child support has temporarily reversed his decision to grant the teen's father full custody. 

Ontario father whose 3 children were killed by drunk driver in 2015 dies by suicide | Globalnews.ca

Global News has learned that Edward Lake, the father of the three children killed in 2015 by impaired driver Marco Muzzo, was found deceased on Monday, the day after Father's Day.

Wisconsin’s Johnson under heat for fake elector revelation

Evidence revealed at the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection shows that an aide for U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson told former Vice President Mike Pence’s staff that the Republican from Wisconsin wanted to hand-deliver fake elector votes from Wisconsin and Michigan

South Dakota AG convicted on 2 impeachment charges, removed

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Senate on Tuesday convicted Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg of two impeachment charges stemming from a 2020 car crash in which he killed a pedestrian, immediately removing him and barring him from serving in public office again.

Jury Has Verdict in Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Civil Trial

Jurors at a civil trial found Tuesday that Bill Cosby sexually abused a 16-year-old girl at the Playboy Mansion in 1975.

Heavy industries in Australia’s regions could cut emissions by 80% and create a jobs bonanza, report says | Business

Business leaders and decarbonisation experts say a high level of collaboration and coordination is needed for transition

American Airlines Will Stop Flying to Three Cities Due to Pilot Shortage

Fort Worth-based American Airlines is dropping three small airports from its schedule, citing a shortage of pilots.

Turkey to host talks on Black Sea export of Ukraine grain

Millions of tonnes of grain are currently stuck in Ukrainian ports either blockaded or occupied by Russian forces.

Jurors reach verdict in Bill Cosby sex abuse case from 1975

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Jurors reached a verdict Tuesday in a lawsuit by a woman who says Bill Cosby sexually abused her at the Playboy Mansion in 1975.

Senators say agreement on gun violence compromise is at hand

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate bargainers have reached agreement on a bipartisan gun violence bill, the parties' top two negotiators said Tuesday, teeing up votes this week on an incremental but notable package that would stand as Congress’s response to mass shootings in Texas and New York that shook the nation.

US prison workers produce $11bn worth of goods and services a year for pittance | US news

New report by American Civil Liberties Union says incarcerated laborers are either poorly compensated or not at all

Former Cleveland police ‘Officer of the Year’ under investigation for anti-Semitic social media posts

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Hong Kong's Jumbo floating restaurant sinks at sea

An iconic Hong Kong floating restaurant has sunk, just days after it was towed out to sea en route to an unspecified destination.

Paramount: we won’t remove content from eras with ‘different sensibilities’ | Paramount Pictures

Boss of media company says it would be a mistake to censor art because it may offend some people today

Heatwave: Americans face blistering temperatures

Dangerous and record heat is spreading across a large swathe of the US.

Gronk out: Star tight end retiring for 2nd time

Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski is again calling it a career, making the announcement Tuesday via social media.

Nearly Half of NYC Students Who Took SHSAT Were Black or Latinx — Only 9% Got an Offer

A disproportionately low number of Black and Latinx students in NYC were admitted to elite specialized high schools once again, according to the latest...

5-year-old boy died after being left in a car for hours while his mother prepared for a birthday party, report says

A 5-year-old boy died after his mother left him inside a car outside the family's home in Houston while she prepared for her daughter's birthday party on Monday, a law enforcement official told CNN affiliate KTRK.

An eagle snatched a baby hawk for dinner, then ended up adopting it

A pair of bald eagles near Nanaimo, B.C., have adopted a baby red-tailed hawk and are raising it alongside their own eaglet. But while the hawk is now part of the eagles’ family, it could have just as easily been their dinner.

‘This is how you guys get killed out here,’ Florida cop tells Black driver questioning traffic stop

MIAMI — A veteran Miami-Dade police officer is being investigated after video surfaced of him telling a Black man who questioned why he’d been pulled over, “this is how you

How India Could Become A "Mushroom Superpower"

Changing tastes mean mushroom entrepreneurs are only just getting started.

Yellowstone Park reopening on Wednesday | KECI

Yellowstone National Park is set to reopen the south loop access of the park on Wednesday. The park has been closed for nine days since flooded forced officials to close the park. Starting at 8:00 a. m. on Wednesday visitors will be allowed to use the southern loop. That loop can be accessed from the East, West and South entrances and includes the infamous Old Faithful. Since part of the park is still closed park officials have come up with at solution to deal with the expected traffic.

U.S. Supreme Court backs public money for religious schools

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed more public funding of religious entities in an important ruling in favor of two Christian families who challenged a Maine tuition assistance program that excluded private schools that promote religion.

High court rules religious schools can get Maine tuition aid

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that religious schools can’t be excluded from a Maine program that offers tuition aid for private education, a decision that could ease religious organizations’ access to taxpayer money.

Tesla Model S catches fire three weeks after going to a junkyard

A Tesla Model S caught fire after sitting in a wrecking yard for three weeks. Fire fighters put out the blaze by placing the car in a water-filled pit.

Uvalde hearing live updates: Police response was 'abject failure'

The Texas state Senate is holding a committee hearing on school safety, police training, and social media in the wake of last month's deadly school shooting in Uvalde.

Severely hypothermic hiker dies after rescue in 'treacherous' conditions near Mt. Washington

A hiker rescued from "treacherous" conditions on a trail near Mt. Washington in New Hampshire's Presidential Mountain Range died after suffering from severe hypothermia, state officials said Monday.

Uvalde shooting: Photos show armed police waiting in school hallway

Armed officers waited at the school for 58 minutes as a gunman was shooting pupils, reports say.

Sales of existing homes fell in May, and more declines are expected

Sales of existing homes in May fell 3.4% to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 5.41 million units, according to the National Association of Realtors.

1st Native American US treasurer to be appointed, head Mint

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Native American is being appointed U.S. treasurer, a historic first. The White House on Tuesday announced President Joe Biden's intent to appoint Marilynn “Lynn” Malerba as his administration establishes an Office of Tribal and Native Affairs at the Treasury Department , which will be overseen by the U.S.

"Safety McSafe Face": The rejected suggestions for naming Ithaca's police force

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Uvalde shooting: Photos show armed police waiting in school hallway

Armed officers waited at the school for 58 minutes as a gunman was shooting pupils, reports say.

Man mauled by 3 dogs in Huffman dies, had legs, arm amputated

10 days after being attacked by three dogs in his Huffman neighborhood, Nicolas Vasquez has now died.

Kaliningrad: Russia warns Lithuania of consequences over rail transit blockade

Lithuania banned the transit of certain goods to Russia's Kaliningrad region over EU sanctions.

11 officers responded to Uvalde shooting within 3 minutes, source says, as new reports reveal how authorities then waited to engage

Eleven officers -- including Uvalde school district police chief Pete Arredondo -- were inside Robb Elementary within three minutes of a gunman entering on May 24, a law enforcement source close to the investigation tells CNN, as new reports provide a closer look at what officers were doing as they waited more than an hour to confront the shooter.

UK: Rail strike disrupts journeys for millions

The union leading the biggest rail strike in 30 years apologises for inconvenience but says members need guarantees on jobs and pay.

Pride Flag Vandalism in Corsicana Being Investigated as Hate Crime

At Corsicana City Hall, there was a show of support Monday night for Terry Garner and Keith Dowler, a couple who returned home on June 2 to find 10 burned pride...

Uvalde mass shooting: Photos show armed police waiting in school hallway

Armed officers waited at Uvalde's school for 58 minutes as a gunman was shooting pupils, media say.

Nobel sold for Ukrainian kids shatters record at $103.5 million

Previously, the most ever paid for a Nobel Prize medal was $4.76 million in 2014.

Kellogg to split into three independent companies

Kellogg will spin off its North American cereal business and plant-based division, which accounted for about 20% of its revenue last year.

Florida man in cow pajamas among 6 arrested in drug bust

OKECHOBEE COUNTY, Fla. -- A Florida man dressed in cow pajamas was one of six people recently arrested on multiple drug charges in Okeechobee County. TheOkeechobee County Sheriff’s Office said members of its narcotics task force and special response team served a search warrant at a home, finding: methamphetamine. ammunition. drug paraphernalia.

A floating city in the Maldives begins to take shape

The solution to living with rising sea levels could be floating architecture.

After person used 'R'-word, Bradley County teacher charged with assault in Hamilton County

A teacher with Bradley County Schools faces 2 assault charges in Hamilton County, after police say he became angry that someone used the 'R-word' at a recent neighborhood party. The teacher has a daughter with Down syndrome, according to an affidavit we obtained. Hamilton County deputies arrested 44-year-old Daniel Quincy Hearn on Sunday. The affidavit says Hearn was at a neighborhood party on Buttonwood Loop in Hamilton County when the incident happened.

Hot and Dry Conditions Increasing Drought Concerns in the Corn Belt

Too cool and wet or too hot and dry, the weather doesn’t seem to be cooperating in the Corn Belt this year.

More reports cast doubt on police response to Uvalde school shooting

Among them: a newspaper saying several officers with heavy firepower were at the school within 19 minutes but waited in a hallway almost an hour. Separately, victims' families called for the firing of the schools' police chief.

Cops in Sweden gets prison time for attacking a drunk man, breaking into his home and falsely accusing him of threatening them. Article in Swedish.

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World’s largest freshwater fish caught in Cambodia

Fisher on the Mekong River caught a giant stingray that weighed almost 300kg.

Cloudflare service hit by 'widespread issues'

Web domains and apps failed to connect on Tuesday morning.

Sky News: Hong Kong: Inquiry after iconic 80ft floating restaurant capsizes at sea

The Jumbo Floating Restaurant had been a landmark in Hong Kong for more than four decades, serving Cantonese cuisine to more than a million guests including the Queen and Tom Cruise.

Severely hypothermic hiker dies after rescue in 'treacherous' conditions near Mt. Washington

A hiker rescued from "treacherous" conditions on a trail near Mt. Washington in New Hampshire's Presidential Mountain Range died after suffering from severe hypothermia, state officials said Monday.

Tesla sued by former employees over 'mass layoff'

Former Tesla Inc employees have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. electric car company alleging its decision to carry out a "mass layoff" violated federal law as the company did not provide advance notice of the job cuts.

Uvalde parents, community members call for chief's resignation at emotional school board meeting

The parents of victims of the Uvalde shooting called for the resignation of embattled school district Police Chief Pete Arredondo at a meeting of the school board Monday.

Russia Launches Tourist Route to Putin's Vacation Spots

The 1,200-kilometer route stretches across Siberia, where Putin often takes highly publicized holidays.

Uvalde Victim’s Family, Chaplin & Reporters Asked To Leave City Hall Before Police Testify About School Massacre

Video posted by CNN's Shimon Prokupecz shows the fire marshal saying they are being asked to leave because "someone is intimidated."

Elon Musk's child seeks name change to sever ties with father

Elon Musk's transgender daughter has filed a request to change her name in accordance with her new gender identity and because "I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form."

Russian Nobel Peace laureate Muratov sells medal for $104 mln to aid Ukraine children

The Russian co-winner of last year's Nobel Peace Prize, journalist Dmitry Muratov, sold his prize medal for $103.5 million at an auction on Monday to raise money for displaced children affected by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Investor Sues Tesla, And CEO Elon Musk Over Allegations Of Toxic Workplace

The suit alleges that Tesla opened itself to liability and lost high-quality employees because of an allegedly toxic worplace culture

US ban on imports from China's Xinjiang to take effect on Tuesday

Officials believe many Uyghurs have been forced to work at factories in the landlocked territory.

Hundreds of homeless die in extreme heat

Hundreds of blue, green and grey tents are pitched under the sun’s searing rays in downtown Phoenix, a jumble of flimsy canvas and plastic along dusty

At least 6 dead, 42 injured in weekend mass shootings across US

At least eight mass-casualty shootings broke out across the country between Friday and early Monday.

Local woman bit in face by snake that was cooling off on her door

“It bit me before I ever saw it, but I knew instantly that it did bite me," the woman says.

Hundreds of homeless die in extreme heat

Hundreds of blue, green and grey tents are pitched under the sun’s searing rays in downtown Phoenix, a jumble of flimsy canvas and plastic along dusty

Redfin approves millions in executive payouts same day of mass layoffs

Redfin shareholders approved a lucrative executive compensation plan the same day it announced mass layoffs of nearly 500 workers.

Four Baltimore homes burn across street from Pride flag fire as police investigate possible hate crime

A Pride flag was set on fire across the street from where two other fires burned four Baltimore row homes early Wednesday morning in an incident being investigated as a possible hate crime.

World swimming bans transgender athletes from women’s events

World swimming’s governing body effectively banned transgender athletes from competing in women’s events on Sunday.

Yellowstone Park aims for quick reopening after floods

Most of Yellowstone National Park should reopen within the next two weeks — much faster than originally expected after record floods pounded the region last week and knocked out major roads, federal officials said.

$900 fill-up: High gas prices hit RV drivers more than most

Gas prices may be skyrocketing, but Americans still love their RVs despite the fact that they often get 10 mpg — or less.

New technology may lead to breakthrough in 1994 murder of Castro Valley teen Jenny Lin, sheriff says

Jenny Lin was murdered in her home in Castro Valley in 1994; her case unsolved. But new DNA technology may help find her murderer, a sheriff says.

Cambodian catches world's largest recorded freshwater fish

BANGKOK (AP) — The world’s largest recorded freshwater fish, a giant stingray, has been caught in the Mekong River in Cambodia, according to scientists from the Southeast Asian nation and the United States.

Philippine government attorney shot and killed while taking Uber to airport with his mother in Philadelphia

John Albert Laylo and his mother were heading to the airport when someone in a black car fired several rounds into their Uber.

Pixar's 'Lightyear' snares $51 million in domestic opening

Pixar's "Lightyear" rocketed to a $51 million domestic opening, the best performance of an animated feature since the pandemic began.

Self-proclaimed 'sovereign citizens' arrested in California after deputies allegedly find explosives

Three people claiming to be "sovereign citizens" were arrested after ammunition and explosives were found in a vehicle and at their remote compound, authorities said.

France awakens to an emboldened Le Pen after far-right gains

PARIS (AP) — France awakened to an ecstatic Marine Le Pen on Monday after her party's far-right candidates for parliament sent shockwaves through the political establishment and helped deny President Emmanuel Macron's centrist alliance an absolute majority.

Bennett and Lapid agree to dissolve Israel's government

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid have agreed to dissolve Israel's government.

Experts say proposed federal gun safety measures might not have prevented Uvalde shooting

The federal gun safety proposal announced last week might not have prevented the Uvalde shooting had it already been in place, experts tell ABC News.

Police: 1 dead, 8 wounded in shooting at gathering in Harlem

NEW YORK (AP) — An early-morning shooting Monday at a gathering in Harlem left a man dead and eight other people wounded, New York City police said. Officers responded about 12:40 a.m. to reports of a shooting on a footpath along the FDR Drive and found five people shot, police said, citing preliminary information.

Russia warns NATO-member Lithuania over Kaliningrad transit

Russia warned NATO member Lithuania on Monday that unless the transit of goods to Russia's Kaliningrad exclave on the Baltic Sea was swiftly restored then Moscow would take undisclosed measures to defend its national interests.

Archie Battersbee's family can appeal life-support ruling

Archie's family lost a High Court battle last week when a judge ruled his life support should end.

How much for gas? Around the world, pain is felt at the pump

COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — At a gas station near the Cologne, Germany, airport, Bernd Mueller watches the digits quickly climb on the pump: 22 euros ($23), 23 euros, 24 euros. The numbers showing how much gasoline he’s getting rise, too.

Russian palaces, villas and yachts linked to Putin by email leak – in pictures, maps and video

<strong>Exclusive:</strong> A new investigation by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and the Meduza news site has found links through an email domain name that appear to connect opulent properties across Russia

CTO: Racism could ruin metaverse if tech doesn't improve diversity now

The tech industry hasn't closed its diversity gap. Here's how some experts are trying to ensure virtual worlds are welcoming to users and creators of color.

Massachusetts hiker dies near Mt. Washington after rescue in snow, 80 mph wind gusts

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Oscar-winning director Paul Haggis arrested in Italy on sexual assault charges

Oscar-winning Canadian screenwriter and director Paul Haggis is under house arrest in southern Italy on charges of sexual assault and aggravated personal injury, accusations that Haggis denies, his lawyers said on Monday.

Monkey in "bullet-proof" vest found dead after bloody cartel shootout in Mexico

Like scenes out of a narco television series, exotic animals have been long been part of the Mexican criminal underworld.

Held at gunpoint behind the wheel, a driver sped to alert officers

Knowing sheriff’s deputies often patrolled a Florida overpass, the hostage drove 15 miles over the speed limit so he would be pulled over, officials say.

‘The situation is serious’: Germany plans to fire up coal plants as Russia throttles gas supplies

Germany says it will compensate for a cut in Russian gas supply by increasing the burning of coal — the most carbon-intensive fossil fuel in terms of emissions.

Russia blockading Ukrainian grain is a &#x27;real war crime&#x27; - EU

Russia is stopping grain leaving Ukrainian ports, sparking warnings tens of millions risk famine.

Belgium hit by protests over cost of living spike

A day of strikes in Belgium over the cost of living forced Brussels Airport to cancel all departing flights on Monday and halted many bus services across the country.

Internet Explorer's final resting place: as a 'world-class joke' in South Korea

For Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software engineer, Microsoft's decision to retire its Internet Explorer web browser marked the end of a quarter-century love-hate relationship with the technology.

Shooting near Washington, DC, concert leaves 15-year-old dead, wounds officer and 2 adults, police say

A 15-year-old boy died and three other people were wounded, including a police officer, after shooting broke out near an unpermitted concert in Washington, DC, Sunday evening, police say.

Rocket man fights Russian demand to send him back

Anatoly Lazarev was at the heart of Russia's space rocket programme before he fled to Hungary.

Inflation taking bite out of new infrastructure projects

The price of a foot of water pipe in Tucson, Arizona: up 19%. The cost of a ton of asphalt in a small Massachusetts town: up 37%. The estimate to build a new airport terminal in Des Moines, Iowa: 69% higher, with a several year delay.

Congressman Kinzinger, family receive death threat for rep's participation in Jan. 6 committee

Rep. Adam Kinzinger, his wife and his baby received a death threat for the congressman's participation in the January 6 hearings.

1 dead and 3 others, including cop, injured in DC shooting: Police

Multiple people, including a police officer, were injured in a shooting in Washington, D.C., Sunday night, officials said.

14th and U Street Shooting Leaves Minor Dead, 3 Shot, Including Officer – NBC4 Washington

Multiple people, including a D.C. police officer, were shot Sunday in the area of 14th and U streets in Northwest, authorities said.

Many younger baby boomers may outlive their 401(k) savings, new research finds. Here’s why.

New research paints worrisome picture for how long 401(k) savings last retirees.

DC police: Reports of ‘multiple people shot’ including officer

DC Police say “multiple people” have reportedly been shot near the intersection of 14th and U Street in Northwest.

Brandon man arrested after FishHawk woman catches him trying to kidnap two kids, deputies say

Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested 37-year-old David Daniels of Brandon, on two counts of false imprisonment of a child and child abuse.

‘Just give us an answer’: Family of U.S. veteran missing in Ukraine hope he is alive

The family of a Marine veteran who disappeared fighting in Ukraine believe he is alive and being held as a prisoner of war, a spokesperson said.

Heat waves and high energy costs are hitting some communities hard

High temperatures and humidity hitting large parts of the U.S. last week collided with the ongoing challenges many people face from inflation and high energy

Woman charged with hate crime over anti-Asian pepper-spray attack in New York City

New York City authorities charged a woman with hate crimes in relation to an anti-Asian attack in Manhattan this month.

Episode of 'Sesame Street' allegedly removed for being too frightening is posted to social media

An episode of "Sesame Street," allegedly removed from syndication for being too frightening for children, has been posted to social media sites like YouTube and Reddit.

Colombia elects first leftist president and first Afro Colombian female vice president

Leftist Gustavo Petro won Colombia’s presidency on Sunday and Francia Marquez was elected the first Afro-Colombian vice president.

Left-wing candidate and former guerilla fighter Gustavo Petro wins Colombian presidential race

Gustavo Petro will become Colombia's first leftist leader, after winning the country's presidential race on Sunday.

Gustavo Petro wins Colombian presidential race

Gustavo Petro will become Colombia's first leftist leader, after winning the country's presidential race on Sunday.

Police didn't try to open doors to Uvalde classrooms with shooter inside: Source

As police waited outside the Uvalde school classrooms where students and teachers were being killed, none of them tried to see if the door was unlocked.

Louisiana woman says her rapist was given custody of her child in ongoing court dispute

A Louisiana woman said a court gave temporary custody of her daughter to the man who raped her when she was 16, a recent development in a yearslong legal

$100M Contract awarded to ship nuclear waste to repository near Carlsbad

The contract was awarded to CAST Specialty Transportation which held the contract previously that expired in May

Special education teacher sues Loudoun school board following sexual assault claims

A special education teacher who said she was retaliated against after reporting being sexually assaulted by a student has filed a lawsuit against the school board in Loudoun County.

Brazil police identify five more people linked to killings of Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira | Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira

Officers have already arrested three people, one of whom confessed to killing British journalist and indigenous advocate

World swimming bans transgender athletes from women's events

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — World swimming’s governing body has effectively banned transgender women from competing in women’s events, starting Monday. FINA members widely adopted a new “gender inclusion policy” on Sunday that only permits swimmers who transitioned before age 12 to compete in women’s events.

More than 200 killed in Ethiopia in alleged ethnic attack, witnesses say

Witnesses in Ethiopia say more than 200 ethnic Amhara have been killed in an attack in the country&#039;s Oromia region and are blaming a rebel group, which denies it.

Record-Breaking Voyager spacecraft begins to power down

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

Come Browse with Toothless Georgia Patriots

A Kennesaw city councilman resigns after a controversial Civil War store re-opens

FINA to restrict trans women from elite races

Swimming's world governing body, FINA, has voted to restrict the participation of transgender athletes in elite women's competitions and create a working group to establish an "open" category for them in some events.

This Colorado town might change its name to 'Kush' to celebrate its growing cannabis industry

The cannabis industry has had a major impact on the tiny town of Moffat, Colorado -- so much that the town is now considering changing its name to "Kush."

Israeli court convicts Palestinian aid worker after six years in detention

An Israeli court on Wednesday convicted a Palestinian aid worker who has been detained for six years on Israeli charges he funneled tens of millions of dollars in relief funds to the militant group Hamas.

Russia limits exports of noble gases, a key ingredient for making chips

Sanctions-hit Russia has limited exports of noble gases such as neon, a key ingredient for making chips, until the end of 2022 to strengthen its market position, its trade ministry said on Thursday.

Yellowstone National Park south loop to reopen Wednesday, but only certain visitors will be allowed in each day | CNN

The park -- which spans parts of Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho -- and many surrounding towns have been inundated with record rainfall and flooding since last weekend, prompting officials to close all entrances into Yellowstone.

2 men charged in fatal fireworks explosion that killed 4

Two men have been charged with murder in a house explosion near St. Louis that authorities say killed four people who were assembling fireworks in a garage

Juneteenth was finally recognized as a federal holiday. Then came commercialization.

Juneteenth may be the country’s newest federal holiday, but for many Black Americans, June 19 has long been associated with homegrown community celebrations,

Germany to fire up coal stations as Russia squeezes gas supply

Germany must reduce natural gas consumption and increase the burning of coal in order to help fill gas storage facilities for next winter, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck announced Sunday as the country moves away from reduced Russian gas supplies.

FINA votes to restrict transgender participation in elite women&#x27;s competition

Swimming's world governing body FINA on Sunday voted to restrict the participation of transgender athletes in elite women's competitions and create a working group to establish an "open" category for them in some events as part of its new policy.

Swimming world body FINA votes to restrict participation of transgender athletes in elite competition

Swimming's world governing body FINA has voted to restrict the participation of transgender athletes in elite women's competitions and create a working group to establish an "open" category.

Fina bans trans swimmers from women's elite events

Fina, swimming's world governing body, votes to stop transgender athletes from competing in women's elite races if they have gone through any part of the process of male puberty.

Some shoppers balk at retailers peddling new 'Juneteenth' merchandise

Some goods, from cotton tank tops with red, yellow and green U.S. flags, to lawn accessories marked "Freedom," are prompting some shoppers to accuse retailers of exploiting the holiday.

Fina bans trans swimmers from women's elite events

Fina, swimming's world governing body, votes to stop transgender athletes from competing in women's elite races if they have gone through any part of the process of male puberty.

Skiing on a sacred mountain: Indigenous Americans stand against a resort’s expansion

The debate over an Arizona ski resort future has exposed two vastly different visions of the American west: ‘Nuva’tukya’ovi is our Mount Sinai’

Russia-Ukraine war could last for years, say western leaders | Ukraine

Nato secretary general says Kyiv will need long-term military support as Russia masses reserves outside Sievierodonetsk

Inflation taking bite out of new infrastructure projects

Inflation is taking a toll on infrastructure projects across the U.S. Rising prices for materials such as asphalt, steel and iron pipes are driving up the costs to build roads, bridges, rail lines and water mains

Cheech Marin's Riverside museum of Chicano art officially opens: 'This is a dear dream'

The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art and Culture that now houses the largest collection of Chicano art in the world is officially open. .

Apple workers vote to unionize at Maryland store

TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Apple store employees in a Baltimore suburb voted to unionize by a nearly 2-to-1 margin Saturday, a union said, joining a growing push across U.S.

Powerful Russian Strike on Kremenchuk: Local Authorities Reported Number of Missiles and Target of Attack

In the early morning of June 18th, the Russians launched a powerful strike on Kremenchuk, Poltava Region. The missiles hit a local oil refinery and several infrastructural facilities

Why has the Zodiac Killer never been caught?

Here are four of the biggest hurdles to solving the infamous case.

Brazil police arrest third suspect in killings of Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira | Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira

Jefferson da Silva Lima turned himself in to Amazon police as autopsy finds journalist and indigenous expert were shot

A "lost," "too-scary" episode of Sesame Street has been uploaded to the internet

Broadcast only once, in 1976, the Wicked Witch episode of Sesame Street was taken out of rotation after parents complained

What's behind threats to LGBTQ events? 'A very orchestrated attack machine'

LGBTQ events are getting shut down by threats from the internet's far-right 'machine.' Through orchestrating on social media, event organizers and participants are put in danger.

Manager: Kevin Holland stops alleged perfume thief before UFC Austin

The UFC welterweight stepped up again to help civilians in need just hours before his fight with Tim Means at UFC Austin, his manager said.

Atom-smashing CERN to 'terminate' work with Russia, Belarus

GENEVA (AP) — The scientific lab that's home to the world's largest atom-smasher says it plans to terminate all cooperation with Russia and Belarus over their roles in the war in Ukraine. The announcement was made Friday, a day after CERN's managing council made the decision.

Florida man in cow pajamas among 6 arrested on drug charges

A Florida man is trading his ‘udderly’ impressive cow-print jammies for a jailhouse jumpsuit after being arrested on drug and ammunition charges earlier this week. 

Ecuadoran president declares state of emergency on day five of anti-govt protests

Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso declared a state of emergency in three provinces late Friday in response to sometimes violent protests by Indigenous people demanding cuts in fuel prices.

Ukraine moves closer to EU membership as Putin again slams 'insane' Western sanctions | CBC News

The European Union's executive arm recommended putting Ukraine on a path to membership on Friday, a symbolic boost for a country fending off a Russian onslaught that is killing civilians, flattening cities and threatening its very survival.

Canada’s unvaxxed head back to work

Employers are lifting COVID-19 vaccination requirements and employees sent home for refusing to get vaccinated are flooding back. We asked experts how we should deal with what already looks like a messy situation.

Political commentator and columnist Mark Shields dies at 85

CHEVY CHASE, Md. (AP) — Political commentator and columnist Mark Shields, who shared his insight into American politics and wit on “PBS NewsHour” for decades, died Saturday. He was 85. Shields died at his Chevy Chase, Maryland, home, from kidney failure, “PBS NewsHour” spokesman Nick Massella said.

Apple store approves union, the first in the U.S.

Apple workers in Towson, Md., voted Saturday night to unionize and join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.

50 Calgarians summoned from mall for immediate jury selection

Dozens of Calgarians were summoned for jury selection — immediately — during lunch hour at a downtown Calgary mall this week, invoking a rare law procedure imported from England. 

Woman accused of hate crimes after allegedly attacking 4 people with pepper-spray and making anti-Asian remarks in NYC

A woman who allegedly made anti-Asian remarks and pepper-sprayed four people in New York City last weekend was arrested, police said Friday.

Louisiana lawmakers end court-ordered redistricting session without passing new congressional map

With Saturday’s action, state lawmakers have ceded the responsibility of drawing the congressional districts the state will use for the next ten years to the courts.

Source: Police never tried to open door to classrooms where Uvalde gunman had kids trapped

Surveillance footage shows police never tried to open the door to the classrooms at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde.

Families of 20 Oxford High School students file federal lawsuit seeking change after deadly shooting

The families of about 20 Oxford High School students filed a federal lawsuit in a push for policy changes after three teenagers were killed and eight other

The Navy has fired a dozen leaders but won't explain why A total of 13 commanding officers have been fired so far this year, including five in one week, the Navy said.

A total of 13 commanding officers have been fired so far this year, including 12 in the Navy and one in the Marine Corps, the Navy said.

Bitcoin price drops below $18,200 as sell-off accelerates

Bitcoin has broken below $17,900, and ether has fallen under $920, as the sell-off in the crypto market accelerates.

Lost In Translation: Reflections on how Chinese online industry exploits African children

"Imagine my horror when, stood by an orangutan enclosure, I turned around to realise that I had become the main attraction."

Police Fatally Shoot Armed Man at Duncanville Fieldhouse; Campers Unharmed

An armed person is dead after being shot by police at the Duncanville Field House Monday morning where children were inside attending summer camps Monday...

‘Ukraine will definitely win’ says president on visit to Mykolaiv | Ukraine

Volodymyr Zelenskiy gives medals to Ukrainian troops in southern city as war with Russia grinds on in east

The Hardening of America

Faced with threats real and imagined, conservatives and liberals alike are hardening cities and institutions.

Man accused of school threat over drag queen shows

WEST STEWARTSTOWN, N.H. (AP) — A Vermont man was arrested in New Hampshire on a harassment charge alleging that he threatened to kill people if daughter was exposed to drag queen shows and transgender people at her high school.

20 Oxford High School students to file federal lawsuit against school district months after shooting

Months after four students were killed in a school shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan, 20 students announced Friday they will file a federal lawsuit.

Florida men face federal hate crime charges for ax handle attack on Black man

Two men have been charged by a federal grand jury for committing a hate crime after they allegedly attack a man because of his race.

‘Historic’ weather: why a cocktail of natural disasters is battering the US | Climate crisis in the American west

As world heats up, weather events will increase and overlap, testing the limits of nation’s resiliency and recovery

Warner Bros. is under pressure to address ‘The Flash’ star Ezra Miller’s spiraling legal scandals

Ezra Miller has come under scrutiny in recent months for a pattern of disturbing behavior and allegations of misconduct.

Bitcoin drops below $20,000 as crypto selloff quickens

LONDON (AP) — The price of bitcoin fell below $20,000 for the first time since late 2020 on Saturday, in a fresh sign that the selloff in cryptocurrencies is deepening. Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, fell below the psychologically important threshold, dropping as much as 9% to less than $19,000, according to CoinDesk.

Fossil fuel firms ‘have humanity by the throat’, says UN head in blistering attack

António Guterres compares climate inaction to tobacco firms dismissing links between smoking and cancer

Angry protests hit India over military hiring changes

Violence erupted in parts of India on Thursday with thousands of angry youths protesting a new short-term government recruitment policy for the military.

Boris Johnson makes second trip to Kyiv, offers military training program

The British prime minister met with Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy in another show of support, just one day after a visit to Kyiv by the leaders of France, Germany, Italy and Romania.

‘Now we are only one step away’: Zelenskyy on E.U. membership bid

In a video address to his compatriots, President Zelenskyy hailed the success of Ukraine’s application for European Union candidate status. “It is a historic achievement for all who work for our country,” he said.

Drought threatens northern Italy's crops, lobby warns

Northern Italian regions risk losing up to half their agricultural output due to a drought, a farm lobby said on Friday, as lakes and rivers across much of Italy start to run dangerously low, jeopardising irrigation.

Sheriff: Suspect was shooting randomly at people after stopping in the middle of I-79 at Weston - WV MetroNews

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As Israel investigates the killing of a Palestinian journalist, many doubt there will be justice

Israel’s military says it is still investigating the killing last month of Shireen Abu Akleh, a veteran Palestinian American correspondent for Al Jazeera.

Hundreds of dead penguins are washing up on New Zealand beaches

Little blue penguins have been washing up dead on the shores of New Zealand, in what experts say are more frequent mass die-offs amid changing climate patterns.

15 year old fought against the Russians with drone

15 år gamle Andriy Pokrasa brukte dronen sin til å stoppe russere da de var på vei til å innta Ukrainas hovedstad Kyiv.

Bear gets into Airbnb, ransacks house looking for food

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Paratroopers' orgy video sees deployment cancelled

General Sir Patrick Sanders has “temporarily lost trust” in the unit’s 3rd battalion

'We don’t go by money’: Gas station owner lowers prices to help customers

A gas station owner in Phoenix is selling gas at nearly a half dollar less a gallon than other stations in the city as prices across the country hit record

Alberta Sheriffs round up dozens from downtown Calgary mall and force them into jury duty

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Afghanistan: Explosion rocks Sikh temple in Kabul

A member of the country's tiny Sikh community and a Taliban fighter are killed along with the attackers.

North Hollywood Filipino family calls attack caught on video hate crime

An arrest warrant has been issued for a North Hollywood man who was caught on video threatening a Filipino family then allegedly assaulting them.

SC Gov McMaster to sign bill allowing SC healthcare providers to deny services based on beliefs

It comes after a group of medical professionals and students asked the governor to veto the bill.

Colbert show staffers detained by Capitol Police in congressional building

Staffers for CBS' "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" were detained by Capitol Police after recording interviews on the same day as one of the Jan. 6 hearings.

Man arrested for alleged gun violence threat at bus yard

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — A transportation worker was arrested Friday for allegedly threatening gun violence at a Northern California rail yard, authorities said. Deputies were called to the Chaboya Division bus yard of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority in San Jose shortly before 8 a.m.

Tyson Fury refused entry to US due to links to Daniel Kinahan

World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury was refused entry to the United States tonight because of his former ties to crime boss Daniel Kinahan.

Remains of UK journalist Phillips identified in Brazil

UK journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira went missing in the Amazon on 5 June.

Male blood donor, 66, turned away from clinic after he refused to answer a question on whether he was pregnant as part of a pre-donation questionnaire

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Production crew for Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" detained in congressional building near U.S. Capitol

They were part of a team filming a comedy segment for &quot;Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.&quot;

Gas prices are poised for first weekly drop since April

AAA says national average likely to drop below $5 a gallon in coming days as the price of crude oil sinks.

Deputy: 2 officers had chance to shoot Uvalde school gunman

Two Uvalde city police officers passed up a fleeting chance to shoot a gunman outside Robb Elementary School before he went on to kill 21 people inside the school, a senior sheriff's deputy told The New York Times.

Arizona wildfire reaches some of famed Kitt Peak's telescopes

A large wildfire in Arizona is seriously threatening a key site for astronomy.

"Hero" at Alabama church shooting subdued gunman, police say; death toll rises to 3

A gunman opened fire inside a suburban Alabama church during a potluck dinner, killing three members.

Australia raises concerns about ‘human rights abuses’ after failing to back US-led statement on Israel

Former foreign minister Gareth Evans says Albanese government’s decision to outline its own position sends ‘very clear message’

Race is on for Colorado River basin states to conserve before feds take action

As water experts gathered this week for an annual conference in Boulder, it was with the sobering knowledge that despite everything they have done so far, it is still not enough to keep the Colorado...

Wall St ends up but still down on week as volatility rules

U.S. stocks closed with a modest bounce on Friday but still suffered the biggest weekly percentage decline in two years as investors wrestled with the growing likelihood of a recession while global central banks tried to stamp out inflation.

Dallas chosen as 2026 FIFA World Cup host city

The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex has been named as one of the hosts for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

Dallas judge removes Texas AG's office as intervenor in case over treatment for transgender youth

A Dallas County judge granted a motion Friday to strike the Texas Attorney General's intervention in a case where a doctor is fighting to continue providing gender-affirming care to transgender youth at Children's Medical Center, a decision which essentially removes Ken Paxton's office from the case.

Yellowstone River flooding is a 1 in 500-year event, US Geological Survey says

The devastating flooding that occurred along the Yellowstone River this week constitutes a 1 in 500 year event, according to a US Geological Survey news release.

Uvalde Police Try to Prevent the Release of ‘Embarrassing’ Records

Lawyers argue against public disclosure of materials such as body-camera footage after authorities were accused of responding too slowly.

Louisiana Lt Gov's house looted & burned, perpetrators arrested in Alabama after leaving.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Police in Alabama have arrested two people who are accused of breaking into a New Orleans-area estate belonging to Louisiana’s lieutenant governor, stealing from it and setting a fire.

Rape Victim ordered to pay child support to rapist: Update and unsealed court docs

AMITE - Amid a growing wave of public outcry following a WBRZ Investigative Unit story that showed an alleged rapist was paid child support by the victim, unsealed court documents show a judge awarded the perpetrator custody over allegations the mother gave her daughter a phone.

Alaska officials release new details on milk, sealant mix-up

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — School district officials in Alaska investigating how students at a summer child-care program were served floor sealant instead of milk say the two products were not on the same pallet as first believed.

Fed vows 'unconditional' inflation war, says soft landing still possible

The Federal Reserve, fresh from its biggest interest rate hike in more than a quarter of a century, signaled on Friday it will not let anything stand in the way of its battle to bring down the searing inflation that's punishing American households.

FBI arrested Hawaii Former Prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro in connection with a yearslong investigation into police corruption.

The former Honolulu prosecuting attorney has long been a target of the FBI in connection with a yearslong investigation into police corruption.

High court upholds life sentence for Forrest Co. man convicted of marijuana possession

Russell was sentenced under the state's habitual offender law.

Woman lit on fire near Kipling subway station in Toronto; male in custody

One person is in custody after a female victim was lit on fire near a Toronto transit station Friday early afternoon.

92-year-old charged following investigation into historic sexual abuse at Manitoba residential school

Manitoba RCMP have charged a 92-year-old Winnipeg man in connection with alleged sexual abuse that happened at a residential school more than 50 years ago.

17 Michigan lawmakers want AG to investigate debunked “2000 Mules” claims

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Reuters: U.S. lawmakers urge Google to fix abortion searches that steer women to 'fake clinics.'

U.S. lawmakers urged Alphabet Inc's leading Google search engine to give accurate results to people seeking abortions rather than sometimes sending them to "crisis pregnancy centers," which steer woman away from the procedures.

Three Palestinian militants killed amid West Bank clashes with Israeli troops

Israel says they opened fire on troops during an Israeli operation in the West Bank.

Russia again cuts natural gas exports to European countries

PRAGUE (AP) — Russia reduced natural gas to Europe again Friday, including cutting flows by half to Italy and Slovakia and completely to France, as countries have worked to ease their dependence on Russian supplies amid the war in Ukraine .

Catholic Church strips Middle School of Catholic Status for flying BLM and Pride flags.

Bishop Robert McManus and the Diocese of Worcester say the Nativity School of Worcester can no longer call itself a Catholic institution because of the flags it...

Four killed in mass shooting at Juarez Denny’s

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Family-friendly drag show in Victoria, BC cancelled after threats of a shooting at cafe.

Organizers of a family-friendly drag show at a Victoria cafe decided to cancel the event because of threatening calls and harassment. Victoria police are investigating.

Vince McMahon will step down during WWE misconduct probe

The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that WWE was investigating an alleged $3 million payment from McMahon to a departing female employee following a consensual affair.

Lightyear 0 solar-assisted car will go into production this year

Dutch company Lightyear has announced that this fall it will start making the world's first production car fitted with solar panels.

CDC advises people who think they've been exposed to monkeypox to socially distance while they 'masturbate together' to avoid spreading the disease

If a person or their partner believes they have monkeypox and decides to have sex, the CDC recommends that they "avoid kissing" or have "virtual sex."

Iowa court: Abortion not protected by state constitution

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Supreme Court on Friday cleared the way for lawmakers to severely limit or ban abortion in the state, reversing a decision by the court just four years ago that guaranteed the right to abortion under the Iowa Constitution .

Americans Are Building Vacation-Home Empires With Easy-Money Loans

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USA today removes two stories about Ukraine war over fabrications

USA TODAY removed 23 stories from its website and other platforms following audit of reporter’s work.

Maryland Man Charged With Hate Crimes After Allegedly Spray-Painting ‘Groomer’ On Two Libraries

Police said the Greenbelt Branch Library was vandalized June 4 and the New Carrollton Branch Library was vandalized June 9. 

West Memphis police investigating Friday shooting incident, 2-year-old dies from injuries

The West Memphis Police Department is investigating a Friday morning shooting incident that injured a mother and ended the life of her 2-year-old son. At around 1:13 a. m. ,officers responded to a 'shots fired' call in the area of 741 N. 18th street in West Memphis. As police traveled to the scene of the incident, they were informed thattwo shooting victims had arrived at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Crittenden. The 2-year-old male victim later succumbed to his injuries.

‘Unacceptable’: Russian warship accused of violating Danish waters

Armed forces says Russian ship twice entered Danish waters on Friday, during democracy festival

Mortgage rates hit 5.78%, the biggest weekly jump since 1987

Mortgage rates surged by more than half a percentage point this week amid rising inflation and an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve, according to Freddie Mac. The jump is the largest one-week increase since 1987.

FDA authorizes Pfizer and Moderna's Covid vaccines for children as young as 6 months

The White House expects vaccinations to begin as soon as Tuesday.

UK asked to host Eurovision in 2023 after Ukraine ruled out

Organisers decide with ‘deep regret’ Ukraine is not capable of staging song contest, so Britain could step in

Document: Slain Colorado teen worried about coworker

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — A 17-year-old Colorado Springs girl whose body was found inside the Walgreens store where she worked had expressed concerns about a 28-year-old coworker who made her uncomfortable because he had a crush on her, according to a police affidavit used to secure the man's arrest in connection with her death.

EU Commission recommends EU candidate status for Ukraine

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The executive arm of the European Union recommended Friday that Ukraine be granted candidate status to one day join the 27-nation bloc. The promise of membership in a union created to safeguard peace on the continent holds deep symbolism for the nation at war.

China launches its third aircraft carrier

China launched its third aircraft carrier on Friday, the domestically designed and built Fujian, state media reported, as it continues to modernize its military.

Massachusetts school can no longer be called Catholic after flying Black Lives Matter and pride flags, bishop says

The bishop says the Nativity School in Worcester can no longer call itself Catholic after flying the Black Lives Matter and pride flags.

‘Gonna lose my gun again,’ Idaho deputy said minutes after fatally shooting man in mental health crisis

“Guess I’m gonna lose my gun again,” an Idaho officer said minutes after fatally shooting a knife-wielding man whose family had called authorities for help

California Lawmaker Scraps Plan for Preteen Vaccine Consent

California lawmakers have amended a bill that would have let preteens be vaccinated without their parents’ consent.

Around 20 juveniles attempted to take over a youth correctional facility in Louisiana, police say | CNN

About 20 juveniles housed at a youth correctional center in Bridge City, Louisiana, attempted to take control of areas within the facility Thursday evening, police said.

A suspect is in custody after 2 people were killed in a shooting at a church near Birmingham, Alabama, police say

Two people were killed and one injured Thursday when shooting erupted at a small church meeting in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, police said -- the latest gun attack to unfold as Americans tried to go about their daily lives.

VP Harris launches task force on online harassment, abuse

Vice President Kamala Harris is launching a task force dedicated to fighting online harassment and abuse

Alabama church shooting kills 2, wounds 1; suspect detained

VESTAVIA HILLS, Ala. (AP) — A gunman opened fire inside a suburban Alabama church, killing two people and wounding a third at a small group meeting before being taken into custody Thursday, authorities said.

Yellowstone Park gateway towns fret about tourism future

RED LODGE, Mont. (AP) — A gnawing uncertainty hung over the Yellowstone National Park gateway town of Gardiner this week following unprecedented flooding that shut down one of America’s most beloved natural attractions and swept away roads, bridges and homes.

SpaceX fires employees involved in letter rebuking Musk - NYT

SpaceX has fired employees who helped write and distribute an open letter criticizing Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk's behavior, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing three employees with knowledge of the situation.

Monkeypox testing shows the US learnt little from the Covid-19 pandemic

Testing is so limited it's impossible to tell how much of the virus circulating is being picked up, said a doctor. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Cosmetics maker Revlon files for bankruptcy in US

The 90-year-old firm says supply chain disruptions have driven up the cost of raw materials.

China Launches First Aircraft Carrier Which Rivals U.S. Navy’s - Naval News

Aircraft Carriers are a growing part of China's blue-water navy ambitions. A new carrier, the Type-003, has been launched. It is similar in size to the U.S. Navy's Ford and Nimitz class super carriers. This is the first non-US carrier in the world to even come close.

"Closure of Russian Peace Project": Ukraine’s Presidential Office Listed Conditions for Peace Talks with Russia

Russia must immediately stop the war in Ukraine and cease its “Russian peace” project

Ukraine war: 'This is a dreadful mistake' - head of UK armed forces says Russia has 'strategically lost' | World News

Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, the UK's chief of defence staff, said Russia was under pressure because "it's running out of people and it's running out of hi-tech missiles".

More extraordinary cuts to CO River water is weeks away

The situation on the Colorado River is getting more dire by the day.

Amber Heard Releases 'Years' Of Therapist's Notes That She Says Prove Johnny Depp Abused Her

Amber Heard says she released "years' worth" of therapist's notes that detail her alleged abuse by Johnny Depp, in a new NBC interview clip.

SpaceX workers call Elon Musk an ‘embarrassment’ in letter

Musk's "messaging does not reflect our work, our mission, or our values,” the letter...

Warriors win 2022 NBA finals over Boston Celtics

Led by 34 points from Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics 103-90 on Thursday night to claim their fourth NBA championship in the last eight seasons.

Make-up giant Revlon files for bankruptcy after face masks caused lipstick sales to plummet

In its heyday, Revlon was one of the world's leading brands. It became the first beauty company to feature a black model in 1970 and made many supermodels famous.

Divided Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Thursday that police violated a robbery suspect’s constitutional protections by accessing his cellphone without a warrant

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A sharply divided Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Thursday that police violated a robbery suspect's constitutional protections by accessing his cellphone without a warrant, calling use of the phone as a tracking device “profoundly invasive."

Golden State Warriors win fourth NBA title since 2015

The Golden State Warriors captured their fourth NBA title in eight seasons on Thursday, defeating the Boston Celtics.

Alleged Russian spy attempted to infiltrate the International Criminal Court as an intern, say Dutch authorities

Dutch authorities say they have thwarted an attempt by a Russian spy to gain access to the International Criminal Court (ICC) by posing as an intern.

Newfoundland and Labrador Welcomes Second Airlift of Ukrainians

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Nepal to move Everest base camp from melting glacier

Nepal is preparing to move its Everest base camp as the glacier it stands on becomes less stable.

More than 20 million farm animals die on way to abattoir in US every year

Guardian analysis reveals toll of heat stress, cold and trauma amid rise in long-distance and more frequent journeys

Malaysia moves to abolish mandatory death penalty

Malaysia's government announced that it will abolish the mandatory death penalty, giving court judges the discretion to impose "alternative punishments accordingly".

Georgetown dad acquitted in final college bribery scam trial

A father was acquitted Thursday of charges that he paid off a Georgetown University tennis coach to get his daughter into the school in the final trial linked

1 killed, 2 wounded in shooting at Alabama church, suspect in custody

The suspect entered the church during a group meeting and opened fire, according to authorities.

Taiwanese foundation donate EUR 0.5 mln to Ukrainian refugees in Poland

The Buddhists have donated purchase vouchers worth several million euros to Ukrainian refugees in Warsaw, Lublin, Poznań and elsewhere.

North Korea announces outbreak of intestinal sickness

The illness, which experts say could be typhoid or cholera, comes amid a wave of Covid infections.

Multiple people shot at Alabama church.

VESTAVIA HILLS, Ala. (AP) — A shooting at a church in a suburb of one of Alabama's major cities has left one person dead and two others wounded, police said, adding a suspect was quickly taken into custody.

Multiple people shot at Alabama church, police say

One person is dead and two others were injured in a shooting at a church in the Birmingham, Alabama, area on Thursday, police said.

Vestavia Hills Police: Multiple people shot at Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church

It happened at 3775 Crosshaven Drive.

U.S., partners dismantle Russian hacking 'botnet,' Justice Dept says

Law enforcement in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands and Britain dismantled a global network of internet-connected devices that had been hacked by Russian cyber criminals and used for malicious purposes, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.

Multiple people shot at Alabama church, police say

Multiple people have been shot at a church in the Birmingham, Alabama, area on Thursday, police said. The number of people shot at St.

Cost to finance a new car hits a record $656 per month — and auto shoppers could pay even more with latest Fed rate hike

As interest rates head higher and auto prices remain elevated, monthly payments are expected to continue squeezing consumers' budgets.

US Customs and Border Protection investigating an unofficial challenge coin depicting Haitian migrant incident

An unofficial challenge coin depicting the infamous image of an agent on horseback confronting a Haitian migrant is being investigated by US Customs and Border Protection's Office of Professional Responsibility, according to agency spokesperson Luis Miranda.

FIFA names the 16 host cities for the 2026 World Cup

FIFA has announced its 2026 World Cup host cities across the United States, Mexico and Canada. Eleven of the chosen cities reside in the US where 60 games will be hosted, while Canada has two and Mexico has three. The latter two nations will both host 10 games apiece. Thirteen

5th Grade Student Gets School District to Add Lettuce to Tacos

A fifth grader at a Springfield, Mass., school was displeased with the state of tacos at his school, so he brought his concerns to state Rep. Orlando Ramos, who...

5 former fraternity members sentenced in hazing death

Three former fraternity members have been sentenced to county jail terms for their roles in the hazing death of a Bowling Green State University student

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy cadets suing Maersk shipping company, alleging rape and harassment at sea

One woman’s anonymous online account of assault last year raised concerns on Capitol Hill, prompting a temporary pause in the program.

Alaska schoolchildren were served floor sealant instead of milk at a child care program, school district says

Twelve elementary school children drank floor sealant believing it was milk after it was served to students at a childcare program in Juneau, Alaska, on Tuesday, according to the school district.

Anti-vaccine doctor sentenced to prison for Capitol riot

A California doctor who is a leading figure in the anti-vaccine movement was sentenced on Thursday to two months in prison for storming the U.S. Capitol , where she delivered speeches to rioters during the mob's attack.

The US activists holed up in treehouses to block $90m ‘Cop City’

Atlanta wants to build a police training facility in a forested area amid community opposition

Longest Covid infection lasted more than 16 months, tests show

UK doctors who treated the patient at a London hospital say persistent infections are still rare.

Sky News: McDonald's to pay France €1.2 billion to settle tax evasion case

French prosecutors alleged that the US fast food giant was hiding French profits in Luxembourg, where taxes are lower, from 2009 to 2020 and reporting artificially low profits in France.

Fake 'potentially dangerous' chocolate seized in Oxford Street American candy shop raids

This chocolate was seized as part of its investigation into 30 American-style candy and souvenir shops on the central London shopping treet. | ITV News London

NYC guitar concert by Hinckley, who shot Reagan, is canceled

NEW YORK (AP) — A planned concert by John Hinckley Jr., who shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been canceled even as Hinckley was freed from federal court oversight , the New York City venue that had booked the performance announced.

Elon Musk sued for $258 billion over alleged Dogecoin pyramid scheme

Elon Musk was sued for $258 billion on Thursday by a Dogecoin investor who accused him of running a pyramid scheme to support the cryptocurrency.

UK interest rates raised to 1.25% by Bank of England

The Bank of England increases rates to 1.25% and forecasts inflation could surpass 11% this year.

Georgetown dad acquitted in final college bribery scam trial

BOSTON (AP) — A father was acquitted Thursday of charges that he paid off a Georgetown University tennis coach to get his daughter into the school in the final trial linked to the explosive college admissions bribery scandal.

Elon Musk sued for $258 billion over alleged Dogecoin pyramid scheme

Elon Musk was sued for $258 billion on Thursday by a Dogecoin investor who accused him of running a pyramid scheme to support the cryptocurrency.

Water supply in Montana’s biggest city imperiled by Yellowstone floods

Residents in Billings asked to conserve water after record rain and heavy flooding shut down service from city’s main water plant

USA Today removes 23 stories after probe finds reporter apparently 'fabricated' quotes

USA Today on Thursday said that it had removed 23 stories from its website after an internal investigation found that one of its journalists had apparently "fabricated" quotes in her stories.

Ghislaine Maxwell claims inmate was paid to ‘strangle her in her sleep’ - National | Globalnews.ca

Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyers said that the inmate who made the threat wasn't worried about repercussions because 'an additional 20 years’ incarceration would be worth the money."

Senate passes bill to help veterans exposed to toxic burn pits

The legislation will expand benefits for veterans injured by their exposure to military burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Costco's rotisserie chickens come with side of animal cruelty, lawsuit claims

The retailer&#039;s $4.99 birds violate Nebraska and Iowa laws against livestock neglect, two shareholders allege in claim.

Anti-vaccine doctor sentenced to prison for Capitol riot

A California doctor who is a leading figure in the anti-vaccine movement was sentenced on...

Police Linked to Hacking Campaign to Frame Indian Activists New details connect police in India to a plot to plant evidence on victims' computers that led to their arrest.

New details connect police in India to a plot to plant evidence on victims' computers that led to their arrest.

Israel police close Shireen Abu Akleh funeral violence probe without releasing findings

Investigation was launched following international outcry after the veteran reporter's coffin was almost dropped when police attacked pallbearers

In Yemen, child soldiering continues despite Houthi promise

Two officials have said the Iran-backed Houthi militia has recruited several hundred children including as young as 10 over the past two months.In a video,

100 Million People in America Are Saddled With Health Care Debt

The U.S. health system now produces debt on a mass scale, a new investigation shows. Patients face gut-wrenching sacrifices.

Man found dead in Death Valley National Park ran out of gas

Park visitors found the body of David Kelleher on Tuesday.

Production at bedeviled baby formula factory halted by storm

Severe weather has forced Abbott Nutrition to pause production at a Michigan baby formula factory that had just restarted after being closed for several months, contributing to a national shortage .

US prison workers produce $11bn worth of goods and services a year for pittance

New report by American Civil Liberties Union says incarcerated laborers are either poorly compensated or not at all

Turkey threatens year’s delay to Swedish and Finnish entry to Nato

Issue may derail alliance summit as Ankara digs in on accusation that Nordic countries harbour terrorists

Russian Propagandists Have Become More Active in Producing Fakes to Provoke Despair in Ukraine – Zelenskyi

Russian Propagandists Have Become More Active in Producing Fakes to Provoke Despair in Ukraine – Zelenskyi

Russian Missiles Hit Railway Cars with Food for Donetsk Region Residents: Photo

Russian invaders launched another missile strike targeting the railway cars with food for Donetsk Region residents

Stock market's fall has wiped out $3 trillion in retirement savings this year

With Americans&#039; nest eggs mostly held in 401(k)s and IRAs, the swoon could force many to delay their retirement.

2 U.S. military veterans reported missing in Ukraine

Two U.S. veterans who volunteered to join the fight against Russia in Ukraine have been reported missing by their families.

Lego will start building its bricks in the United States | CNN Business

Lego is planning to spend more than $1 billion to build a factory in the United States.

[UK] Two police officers seriously injured as man shot during armed stand-off in Scunthorpe

Humberside Police has referred itself to the police watchdog after the incident in Scunthorpe. | ITV News Calendar

Jackass star, Bam Margera missing since yesterday after fleeing rehab facility.

The former &quot;Jackass&quot; star was at the facility under a court order and he was not authorized to leave.

Sky News: 47 cats found living in a car with their owner in Minnesota

The animals were rescued on Tuesday after temperatures climbed to 32C. Inside the car, it would have been much hotter.

Bank of England raises interest rates to 1.25% to tackle inflation

BoE hikes rate for fifth time in a row by 0.25 percentage points

Bolsonaro sees himself jailed after leaving office, “like Áñez”

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said from Orlando in the United States that he feared he might end up like former Bolivia's Jeanine Áñez when he leaves office.

Revlon files for bankruptcy protection

Revlon Inc filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Wednesday after struggling to compete with online-focused upstart brands in recent years.

China publishes, then deletes, report saying it may have picked up signals from an alien civilization

No synopsis available.

Missouri man broke into prehistoric Native American site, dug up artifacts, feds say

A Missouri man and others broke into a prehistoric Native American archeological site and used shovels, rakes and other tools to dig up artifacts, officials said.

North Korea reports another infectious disease outbreak amid battle against COVID

North Korea reported an outbreak of an unidentified intestinal epidemic in a farming region on Thursday, putting further strain on the isolated country as it battles chronic food shortages and an unprecedented wave of COVID-19 infections.

Saudi Seizes Rainbow Toys, Says Colours Send "Poisoned Message" To Children

Saudi officials are seizing rainbow-coloured toys and articles of clothing from shops in the capital as part of a crackdown on homosexuality, state media reported.

"On Wrong Side Of History": US Slams China For Backing Russia On Ukraine

The United States expressed concern Wednesday about China's alignment with Russia, warning that nations which side with President Vladimir Putin on Ukraine will be "on the wrong side of history."

Two American fighters are missing in Ukraine and feared captured

Two Americans fighting alongside Ukrainian forces north of Kharkiv have been missing for nearly a week and there are fears that they may have been captured by Russian forces, according to their families and a fellow fighter.

Ukrainian war casualties running at rate of between 600 and 1,000 a day

Kyiv’s forces far from point of collapse despite several months intense fighting

Japanese airline ditches 'Z' logo to avoid Russian military misunderstanding

The president of Zipair Tokyo told reporters that some people might see the current logo as indicating that the company approves of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Ronald Reagan’s Shooter Released After 41 Years in Prison

John Hinckley, who wounded then U.S. President Ronald Reagan and three others in a 1981 assassination attempt, was released without conditions on Wednesday in compliance with a federal judge's order.

‘Not my dad. Please help me’: Florida church members credited with stopping child abduction

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Thousands of Cattle Reported Dead: Heat Stress Kills Estimated 10,000 Head of Kansas Feedlot Cattle

U.S. to send fresh military, humanitarian aid to Ukraine; Xi tells Putin he wants to see a settlement

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is pleading for more heavy weaponry as Russia advances in the Donbas.

Monthly car payments hit record high of $712 in May

Monthly car payments hit a record high of $712 in May and the average price of a new vehicle averaged $47,148.

A new wave of first-time gun owners are rushing to buy weapons: Black Americans

Two days after a white man shot and killed 10 Black people in Buffalo last month, Michael Moody reversed his thinking about possessing a firearm.

Xi Jinping signed a directive on "non-military operations" of the Chinese army

Chinese leader Xi Jinping has signed a directive allowing "non-military" use of China's military. The decree comes into force on June 15.

US military ground raid in Syria captures top ISIS leader

The U.S. military conducted a ground raid in northwestern Syria that captured a top ISIS leader, the U.S. military said Wednesday.

Over 300 children killed by Russians in Ukraine: officials

More than 300 children have been killed and almost twice as many injured in Ukraine since Russian troops invaded the country on February 24, news agencies reported on Wednesday, citing the Ukrainian prosecutor-general.

Suspect confesses to killing pair missing in Amazon

ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil (AP) — A federal police investigator said Wednesday night a suspect confessed to fatally shooting an Indigenous expert and a journalist in a remote part of the Amazon and took officers to where the bodies were buried.

Court: Amazon customers can sue over lack of toxic warnings

California's Supreme Court is allowing customers to sue Amazon

White House says no immediate need for additional Ukraine aid from Congress

The White House does not believe it currently needs an additional Ukraine aid package from Congress after just tapping a recently approved $40 billion measure.

Japanese man arrested over Putin straw doll nailed to shrine tree

A 72-year-old man is arrested for allegedly nailing a straw doll bearing the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin to a sacred tree at a Shinto shrine near Tokyo.

Two U.S. citizens missing, feared captured, in eastern Ukraine -families

Two U.S. citizens who traveled to Ukraine as volunteer fighters against Russian forces have been missing for a week and are feared captured, family members said on Wednesday.

US prison workers produce $11bn worth of goods and services a year for pittance

New report by American Civil Liberties Union says incarcerated laborers are either poorly compensated or not at all

Canadian bicyclist on international fundraising trip dies after being struck by driver in South Dakota

After biking nearly 400 miles and raising nearly C$18,000, Jean-Pierre Petit was struck north of Brookings.

Court finds Gaza aid worker guilty of diverting funds to Hamas

An Israeli court finds World Vision's Gaza head Mohammed Halabi guilty of aiding the militant group.

Bitcoin falls to fresh 18-month low as crypto meltdown deepens

Bitcoin tumbled on Wednesday to a new 18-month low, dragging smaller tokens down with it and deepening a market meltdown sparked by crypto lender Celsius this

Officer charged with murder in fatal shooting of Patrick Lyoya has been fired

Grand Rapids police officer Christopher Schurr has been fired two months after fatally shooting Patrick Lyoya during a traffic stop.

Graduating students at Seattle Pacific University gave pride flags to their interim president during a commencement ceremony to protest anti-LGBTQ hiring policy

Students at Seattle Pacific University handed their interim president rainbow pride flags during a commencement ceremony Sunday instead of shaking his hand in protest of a school policy that bars the hiring of LGBTQ+ people.

White supremacy's rigid views on gender and sexuality | CNN

The recent arrests of 31 people accused of planning to riot near a Pride parade in Idaho might be perplexing to some, but White supremacy goes beyond just intolerance for certain racial groups.

WWE board investigates secret $3 million hush payment by CEO Vince McMahon, report says

A WWE spokesman told the WSJ that the company is cooperating with the board's investigation into the alleged McMahon payment.

Fed attacks inflation with its largest rate hike since 1994

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve on Wednesday intensified its drive to tame high inflation by raising its key interest rate by three-quarters of a point — its largest hike in nearly three decades — and signaling more large rate increases to come that would raise the risk of another recession.

Hot coal walk leaves 25 injured in Switzerland

The group suffered burns after walking over a bed of coals as part of a team building exercise.

I was a border patrol agent. The experience was horrifying | US immigration

When I learned of the death of Anastasio Hernández-Rojas, I felt I was in some way connected to it – I knew too much about how the system worked

California petrol station manager fired for setting price at 69 cents per gallon

Drivers in the state pay an average of $6.43 a gallon

2 Southern California police officers were killed while trying to protect a family, El Monte mayor says

Two beloved El Monte police officers were killed Tuesday while responding to a possible stabbing at a motel, officials in the Southern California city said.

FDA panel endorses Covid vaccine for youngest children

The FDA's advisory panel voted to recommend that the Covid vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna be authorized for children ages 5 and under.

Sarasota County (Florida) sheriff cites Marsy's Law, asks judge to stop newspaper from publishing names of deputies that shot and killed Jeremiah Evans during a court-ordered eviction call

A judge issued an injunction against publishing information about a deputy who shot a man April 1 during an eviction.

John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — John Hinckley Jr., who shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan in 1981, was freed from court oversight Wednesday, officially concluding decades of supervision by legal and mental health professionals.

Dr. Anthony Fauci tests positive for COVID

Dr. Anthony Fauci is a senior adviser to the president on COVID-19.

Eighteenth-century cockroach found in slave-trading ship ledger

Insect’s journey probably began in West Africa on vessel that sailed from La Rochelle in 1743 to Guinea

Dolly Parton gives $1M to infectious disease research, again

Dolly Parton is donating $1 million to pediatric infectious disease research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville

Fed attacks inflation with its largest rate hike since 1994

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve on Wednesday intensified its drive to tame high inflation by raising its key interest rate by three-quarters of a point — its largest hike in nearly three decades — and signaling more large rate increases to come that would raise the risk of another recession.

Brazilian ambassador to London apologizes to family of missing Dom Phillips

The Brazilian ambassador to the UK has apologized to the family of missing journalist Dom Phillips after they were wrongly told that two bodies had been found in the search operation.

'They need to be wiped out' Satanic Temple arson suspect told police

SALEM — A Chelsea man took a bus from downtown Boston to Salem on Friday night and then followed GPS walking directions to The Satanic Temple on Bridge Street with

Boris Johnson's ethics adviser Geidt resigns

Boris Johnson's ethics adviser Lord Geidt resigns after controversy over whether the prime minister broke the ministerial code.

Fed hikes interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point in boldest move since 1994

The Federal Reserve raised rates by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday in an aggressive move to tackle white-hot inflation.

Fed hikes its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of a point, the biggest increase since 1994

The Federal Open Market Committee released its decision on interest rates Wednesday, with markets expecting a three-quarter point hike.

Lego to invest over $1 billion in U.S. brick plant

Toymaker Lego on Wednesday said it will invest more than $1 billion in a factory in the United States to shorten supply chains and keep up with growing demand for its coloured plastic bricks in one of its biggest markets.

Dolly Parton gives $1M to infectious disease research, again

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Dolly Parton is donating $1 million to pediatric infectious disease research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, the organization announced on Wednesday. The new gift is one of several Parton has made to the center over the years, including a $1 million gift in April 2020 for COVID vaccine research.

Police face threats, doxxing after Patriot Front arrests

Patriot Front investigation continues

Teslas running Autopilot involved in 273 crashes reported since last year

Regulators released the first batch of information since mandating that companies such as Tesla report on serious crashes involving their driver-assistance systems.

State of Emergency: Entire City of Odessa without water

ODESSA, Texas (KMID/KPEJ)- Odessa Mayor Javier Joven said he is working with other city and county leaders and may soon issue a “State of Emergency” amid an ongoing water outage that is impacting the entire city.  Monday evening, a “major” water break occurred at the intersection of 42nd & San Jacinto. Crews worked overnight to […]

Total Value of Digital Euro Assets is Expected to Stay Between 1 Trillion and 1.5 Trillion Euros

Total Value of Digital Euro Assets is Expected to Stay Between 1 Trillion and 1.5 Trillion Euros

Outside review requested following WBRZ report showing rape victim ordered to pay abuser child support

Outside review requested following WBRZ report showing rape victim ordered to pay abuser child support

Southern Baptists agree to keep list of accused sex abusers

ANAHEIM, California (AP) — The Southern Baptist Convention voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to create a way to track pastors and other church workers credibly accused of sex abuse and launch a new task force to oversee further reforms in the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.

Woman charged with felony after spitting on corpse in casket at funeral home, records show

A Texas woman was charged with a felony after spitting on a corpse at a funeral home during a viewing, arrest records show.

Woman tortured, held against her will for months by man at Chino Hills home, authorities say

A woman escaped an alleged rapist's Chino Hills home where she said she was tortured and held against her will for several months.

Consumers pull back spending due to high gas and food prices

The high cost of gas and food is causing US consumers to pull back spending on other items, suggesting a slowdown in the economy's main driving force.

Buffalo supermarket gunman charged with federal hate crimes

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The white gunman who killed 10 Black people in a racist attack at a Buffalo supermarket was charged Wednesday with federal hate crimes and could face the death penalty. The criminal complaint filed Wednesday against Payton Gendron coincided with a visit to Buffalo by Attorney General Merrick Garland.

WHO looks into reports of monkeypox virus in semen

The World Health Organisation is looking into reports that the monkeypox virus is present in the semen of patients, exploring the possibility that the disease could be sexually transmitted, a WHO official said on Wednesday.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is dead

Some online grew nostalgic about the web browser that launched in 1995. Others lamented its lack of speed and wished it good riddance.

Odessa, Texas, remains without water as temperatures soar

ODESSA, Texas (AP) — Residents of the West Texas city of Odessa remained without water Wednesday as crews worked to restore service amid scorching temperatures in the area. The city water system's 165,000 customers’ taps lost pressure or went completely dry after the 24-inch (61-centimeter) main broke Monday afternoon, according to the city’s social media pages .

Microsoft retires Internet Explorer after 27 years

Microsoft will no longer support Internet Explorer browser.

U.S. targets Russia with tech to evade censorship of Ukraine news

The U.S. government has pushed new, increased funding into three technology companies since the start of the Ukraine conflict to help Russians sidestep censors and access Western media, according to five people familiar with the situation.

Youth Baseball Coach Assaults 72 yr Old Umpire in a 13U game.

The incident took place at a tournament in Branchburg, N.J. earlier this month

Yahoo Appoints Actress Jessica Alba To Board Of Directors

Actress and co-founder of the Honest Company (a consumer wellness products firm) Jessica Alba, has become a Yahoo board member.

How strong is your Covid immunity? A blood test could offer some insight

A newly developed blood test that measures the activation of T cells in the body could help doctors gauge how much immunity a person has against Covid-19.

Archie Battersbee: mother vows to fight court ruling that son is dead | UK news | The Guardian

Hollie Dance, who says son should be given more time to recover, believes judge made ‘quite a few mistakes’

2 police officers die of injuries after being shot while responding to call in California

The El Monte Police Department said two officers "immediately took gunfire upon arrival" at the Siesta Inn.

Brazilian and British journalist missing, most likely killed, in the Amazon. Bolsonaro fingerprints are on this crime

The two men spent years traveling together in canoes and on foot. They disappeared on what was supposed to be a final trip

Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General

China bank protest stopped by health codes turning red, depositors say

A protest planned by hundreds of bank depositors in central China seeking access to their frozen funds has been thwarted because the authorities have turned their health code apps red, several depositors told Reuters.

First UK female submarine officer dismissed for breach of security

The emails gave away details of the submarine's route, schedule, depths and other classified information highly useful to a foreign enemy

Damaging Yellowstone flooding forces out 10,000 visitors, keeps park closed

More than 10,000 visitors were moved out of Yellowstone National Park after severe floods that washed out roads, destroyed bridges and sent a house into a

Officers won't be charged for fatally shooting man at California fire checkpoint

Four officers won’t face criminal charges for shooting and killing a man armed with a gun who tried to drive through a wildfire evacuation checkpoint near a Northern California marijuana farm last summer.

Sounds of Tokyo train station visualized in trial for deaf travelers

A train station in Tokyo on June 15 started reproducing platform announcements and the sounds of train arrivals and departures onto a screen in the form of text and sign language to help the hearing impaired on their journeys.

New Hong Kong textbooks ‘will claim city never was a British colony’

School books will reportedly say China never recognised the treaties that ceded it to colonial powers during opium wars

More than 20 million farm animals die on way to abattoir in US every year

Guardian analysis reveals toll of heat stress, cold and trauma amid rise in long-distance and more frequent journeys

SDS proposes resolution on prosecution of war crimes in Ukraine

No synopsis available.

Two El Monte Police officers shot and killed; suspect also dead

No synopsis available.

Russia threatens to strip anti-war protester of citizenship

Case of Armenia-born Arshak Makichyan could set new precedent as activists warn of new tactic to silence dissent.

San Lorenzo library steps up security after Proud Boys storm Drag Queen Story Hour

An increased safety plan has been implemented at the San Lorenzo Library following a weekend incident where members of the Proud Boys stormed Drag Queen Story Hour.

15-year-old Somali girl living in Egypt hands herself in to authorities after killing a man who attempted to rape her. She has now been released as there was evidence to show she had likely acted in self-defense, Egypt's prosecutor's office said.

The girl, 15, says she acted in self-defence after a tuk-tuk driver tried to rape her in Egypt.

Ex-Chicago cop faces charges after struggle with Black woman

Charges of official misconduct and aggravated battery have been filed against a white former Chicago police officer captured on video struggling with a Black woman who was walking her dog in a park

Historic Flooding, Heavy Snow, Powerful Wind, & 90-100 Degrees all at once in Montana

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The Last-Ditch Effort to Save Wild Salmon

As climate change deals a blow to coastal habitats, coho salmon are disappearing from California’s Russian River. Can conservation hatcheries save them?

Police officer gets $1.5m settlement to resign after antisemitic behavior | US news

Assistant police chief Derek Kammerzell from Washington pinned Nazi insignia on his office door and made jokes about the Holocaust

U.S. Supreme Court insulates federal agents from accountability

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday made it nearly impossible for Americans to sue federal law enforcement officers who violate their constitutional rights, further narrowing the already limited path to hold U.S. officials accountable for even egregious misuse of their authority.

Texas parents sue children's hospital for $500,000 after their four-year-old son was given a VASECTOMY during surgery to treat a hernia in his groin

Texas Children's Hospital Doctor Susan L. Jarosz is being sued for medical negligence after a 4-year-old underwent an unintentional vasectomy.

Mexico's President AMLO condemns US blockade of Cuba as 'genocide' and 'tremendous violation of human rights'

Mexico's left-wing President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) denounced the illegal US blockade of Cuba as a "type of genocide" and "tremendous violation of human rights"

Police hail "clear-headed actions" of staff who protected young campers from gunman who fired shots at sports complex

Camp counselors moved the kids to a safe area and locked the doors, police said.

WHO to weigh whether monkeypox is a public health emergency of international concern

The World Health Organization will convene an emergency committee meeting to assess if the current monkeypox outbreak is a public health emergency of international concern, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a news briefing in Geneva on Tuesday.

Israeli lawmaker wishes to ‘press button’ and expel Palestinians

Matan Kahana was criticised by Palestinian lawmakers, some of whom are in Israel’s fragile coalition government.

Mother, boyfriend missing after abandoning children on camping trip, deputies say

Authorities in South Carolina are investigating a situation where a couple left behind three children during a recent camping trip.

Last-minute legal battle grounds Rwanda asylum flight

Up to seven people had been expected to be removed to the east African country on Tuesday evening.

U.S. to sell up to 45 mln bbls oil from reserve as part of historic release

The U.S. Department of Energy on Tuesday said it was selling up to 45 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve as part of the Biden administration's previously announced,largest-ever release from the stockpile.

165,000 people in west Texas could be without water for days amid heat wave after main breaks

A water main break in west Texas could leave the 165,000 residents in and around Odessa with little or no water for 48 hours, officials said Tuesday, just as a

North Carolina school's requirement that girls wear skirts unconstitutional, court rules

A North Carolina charter school's requirement that girls wear skirts based on the view that they are "fragile vessels" deserving of "gentle" treatment by boys is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday.

FDA committee recommends Moderna two-dose Covid vaccine for kids ages 6 to 17

The committee voted to recommend the shots for use in kindergarteners through high schoolers after a meeting that weighed how safe and effective the shots are.

House catches on fire. Video shows the dog did it.

Home surveillance video showed how the dog was able to set the house on fire, causing extensive damage.

Happy the elephant is not a person, court rules

Happy, an elephant living at the Bronx Zoo, has been ruled to not be a person.

United Arab Emirates bans Pixar’s new Buzz Lightyear movie from theaters

The United Arab Emirates ban comes despite an announcement last year that the country would no longer censor movies.

Coinbase Cuts 1,000 Jobs

Coinbase Cuts 1,000 Jobs

Odessa, TX, has a population of about 110,000 people. They no longer have water. The city says it could last 48 hours. Temperatures are expected to reach triple digits.

Boil Water Notice in Odessa due to a major water line break at 42nd and San Jacinto.

Russia-Ukraine war: Some of UK's top journalists barred from Russia

Russia bans dozens of journalists and defence figures in response to UK sanctions imposed on Russians.

Synagogue challenges Florida abortion law over religion

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — A new Florida law prohibiting abortion after 15 weeks with some exceptions violates religious freedom rights of Jews in addition to the state constitution's privacy protections, a synagogue claims in a lawsuit.

Rwanda asylum flight in doubt after 11th-hour ECHR intervention | Immigration and asylum

Lawyers make successful emergency application to European court that could lead to grounding of first flight

Teen who fell to his death at Florida amusement park exceeded ride’s weight limit and died of blunt force trauma, autopsy says

Tyre Sampson died from blunt force trauma, the autopsy found.

Fisher-Price, US regulators warn of infant deaths in rockers

Fisher-Price and U.S. product safety regulators are telling parents not to let their infants fall asleep in the company’s rockers after 13 infants died in the devices between 2009 and 2021

Real estate firms Compass and Redfin announce layoffs as housing market slows

In filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Compass announced a 10% cut to its workforce, and Redfin announced an 8% cut.

Most Americans oppose trans athletes in female sports, poll finds

Even as an increasing number of Americans know and support transgender people, many say they still do not think it is fair for transgender women to compete against cisgender female athletes.

Canada suspending vaccine mandates for most domestic and international travel, Starting June 20

The Canadian government is dropping the requirement that domestic and outbound international travellers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, effective June 20. However, all re-entry requirements will remain in effect, and all passengers will continue to have to wear face masks.

Massachusetts court blocks gig worker ballot measure backed by Uber, Lyft

Massachusetts' top court on Tuesday rejected a bid to ask voters whether app-based ride-share and delivery drivers should be treated as independent contractors rather than employees, in a setback for companies like Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc.

Brittney Griner's detention in Russia extended through at least July 2, Russian state news reports

US basketball star Brittney Griner -- who has been held in Russia since February on accusations of drug smuggling -- will remain in Russian custody through at least July 2, after a Russian court extended her detention, Russian state news agency TASS reported Tuesday.

Wind and solar power are 'bailing out' Texas amid record heat and energy demand

Energy experts told CNN the Texas electric grid is holding up well this week in large part to strong performances from renewable energy.

Yellowstone floods wipe out roads, bridges, strand visitors

All entrances to Yellowstone were closed due to the deluge, while park officials ushered tourists out of the most affected areas.

New York governor signs legal protections for abortion providers and patients

Governor Kathy Hochul on Monday signed legislation that protects patients getting abortions and medical professionals in New York from legal retaliation by other states that restrict the procedure.

Thieves disappear with 20 shipping containers full of gold and silver ore and TVs from Mexico seaport

Officials say the brazen theft from a Mexican seaport is indicative of the &quot;very serious organized crime&quot; gripping the nation.

A Florida teen was accepted into all eight Ivy League schools — and seven other universities

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New Jersey's Aid in Dying law for terminally ill patients upheld by state appellate court

New Jersey's law allowing doctors to prescribe life-ending medication to terminally ill people who request it has been upheld by an appellate court.

Apple AirTag stalking and tracking by criminals is a problem: here's how to stop it

In 50 cases in 8 months women received a notification that they were being tracked via Apple AirTags without their knowledge

'Please be kind:' MVMC, CBS13 denounce social media threats, harassment after story

PORTLAND (WGME) &ndash; A Maine veterinary clinic has responded to a CBS13 I-Team investigation about a dog surrendered at its facility. Also read:'That's my boy:' Mainer pleads for return of puppy surrendered over $10K vet bill. Last week, CBS13 told you about Jaxx, a German shepherd puppy taken to Maine Veterinary Medical Center. The hospital initially declined to comment about this specific situation but released a lengthy statement over the weekend, providing additional details.

AP News: UK set to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda under new plan

LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson defended his plan to send asylum-seekers of various nationalities to Rwanda just hours before the first plane was set to leave Tuesday, saying that efforts to block the flights were "abetting the work of criminal gangs" involved in smuggling people across borders.

Beijing in 'race against time' to contain Covid surge

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Quebec City sword attacker sentenced to life in prison

Carl Girouard will be eligible for parole after serving 25 years. His sentencing hearing was delayed as the court waited for a Supreme Court ruling on whether it was constitutional to sentence someone to consecutive life sentences.

Trauma of N.S. mass shooting leaves 911 centre with half of its staff

Supervisors for the 911 operations centre involved in the Nova Scotia mass shooting of April 2020 say major changes have better prepared them for a similar crisis, but the trauma of the event has cut their workforce in half and left them struggling.

Toronto van attacker sentenced to life in prison, no possibility of parole for 25 years

The man who is responsible for Toronto's deadly van attack, who was found guilty last year of multiple counts of first-degree murder and attempted murder, has been sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years.

Oil Companies Around the World Are Suing to Block Climate Action

Investor-state dispute settlement legal actions: a bold new tactic fossil fuel investors are adopting in response to efforts to limit global warming.

Coinbase lays off 18% of workforce as executives prepare for recession and ‘crypto winter’

Coinbase is laying off almost a fifth of its workforce amid a collapse in crypto prices.

Google, Facebook, Twitter to tackle deepfakes or risk EU fines

Alphabet Inc unit Google (GOOGL), Facebook Inc (META), Twitter Inc (TWTR) and other tech companies will have to take measures to counter deepfakes and fake accounts on their platforms or risk hefty fines under an updated European Union code of practice, according to an EU document seen by Reuters.

Wharton's Jeremy Siegel tells investors they 'won't be sorry' a year from now if they start deploying cash

The finance professor said the S&P 500 index historically has beaten the consumer price index.

Russians Bid to Encircle Severodonetsk, Zelensky Pleads for Arms

Ukrainian troops have been told "to surrender or die" by Russia-backed forces.

Rape victim ordered to pay her abuser child support

INVESTIGATIVE UNIT: Rape victim ordered to pay her abuser child support

Russia's war may deprive world of three Ukrainian wheat harvests - minister

Russia's invasion of Ukraine will create a global wheat shortage for at least three seasons by keeping much of the Ukrainian crop from markets, pushing prices to record levels, Ukraine's agriculture minister told Reuters.

U.S. Rep. Sean Casten's daughter, Gwen, dies at 17

Illinois Rep. Sean Casten's 17-year-old daughter, Gwen Casten, died on Monday morning, his office confirmed.

Putin's Bodyguards Collect His Excrement On Trips Abroad To Hide Possible Health Problems: Report

The Russian President's health has always in focus across the world, and since the Ukraine invasion started, rumours have been making rounds that he is seriously ill.

Threats flood animal hospital over story of surrender dog

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Sanctions are forcing Russian cars to be made without safety features such as airbags, anti-lock braking, stability controls, and seatbelt retraction.

Russian carmaker Avtovaz is producing its popular Lada Granta sedan without many safety features, showing the effects of sanctions as the Kremlin works to appear resilient.

Five killed, 22 injured in Ukrainian artillery attacks in Donetsk: Reports

At least five people were killed on Monday in the Russian-backed separatist Ukrainian region of Donetsk in what separatist officials said has been an

Supreme Court rules against Navajo Nation member | Indigenous Rights News

The high court rules that Native Americans can be tried both in tribal and federal courts without double jeopardy .

Youths not willing to marry complicate Japan's efforts to address falling birth rates

One in four singles in their 30s who have never been married in Japan said they have no desire to tie the knot, citing such reasons as concerns over a loss of freedom and associated housework and financial burdens, a government survey showed on June 14.

Google Engineer Thinks an AI Has Become Sentient – Google Disagrees

The employee behind these claims has now been placed on "paid administrative leave."

Canada set to announce an end to vaccine mandates for domestic travel, outbound flights

The federal government is set to announce an end to vaccine mandates for domestic travel on planes and trains, as well as outbound international travel, CBC News has learned.

Attorneys in Florida condo collapse seek about $100M in fees

Attorneys who worked to secure settlements topping $1 billion in the collapse of a beachfront Florida condominium building in which 98 people died are requesting about $100 million in fees and costs

Quick-thinking staffers save camp children from suspected gunman in Texas

No children or staff were harmed after counselors at an athletic complex in Texas ushered kids to safety after a man entered the facility with a gun.

FAA asks SpaceX for more than 75 changes before it can use Texas launch site

The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday released its environmental assessment of SpaceX's proposed spacecraft and rocket for missions to the moon and Mars

'This is ridiculous. We're human': People wait outside social security offices in near-record heat

People wait outside in near-record Houston heat to get help with essential benefits from Social Security Administration offices.

As Phoenix swelters, the nights are even worse than the boiling days

Temperature topped 110F on four consecutive days and has not fallen below 80F at night-time for the past week in the Arizona city, breaking several records

Texas state troopers told to lose weight by Dec. 1 or face consequences

SAN ANTONIO (WOAI) &mdash; A new controversial policy is forcing officers to slim down the size of their waist by the end of 2022, according to a new policy under the Texas Department of Public Safety. More than 200 Texas state troopers will need to slim down by Dec. 1 or face disciplinary actions by the Texas Department of Public Safety. "Consequences may include temporary removal from enforcement role and no overtime allowance.

US Man Arrested Thrice in 3 Weeks For Having Too Many Bird Feeding Trays

Social media users were shocked to know about the man's arrest, questioning if something like this can be done.

Single beaver caused mass internet, cell service outages in Northern B.C.

Officials have now identified a beaver as the cause of a June outage which left many residents of northwestern B.C. without internet, landline and cellular service for more than eight hours.

Idaho officers getting death threats after arresting 31 Patriot Front white nationalists near Pride event

31 men affiliated with white nationalist group Patriot Front who arrested near an annual LGBTQ+ event Saturday in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Hugh Jackman tests positive for COVID-19 just one day after the Tonys

Just one day after performing at the Tony Awards, Hugh Jackman has revealed he has tested positive for COVID-19 yet again.

7-year-old boy who was lying in bed killed in drive-by shooting

The boy&#039;s mother and two older brothers were also home at the time of the shooting, but none of them were injured, police said.

Lloyds Bank staff to get £1,000 to help with cost of living

More than 64,000 workers at the bank will get a one-off payout, following a campaign by the Unite union.

Fox Sports doesn't show 'Jeopardy' champ Amy Schneider throwing out first pitch

Fox Sports didn't show "Jeopardy" champion Amy Schneider throwing out a first pitch during the networks coverage of a baseball game in San Francisco.

Michael Avenatti will plead guilty to stealing $10 million from five clients, including a paraplegic man: Disgraced lawyer is already serving four years for stealing from Stormy Daniels and Nike

Disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti wants to plead guilty to federal charges in California and admit to stealing millions of dollars from clients, according to court papers filed on Sunday.

Yellowstone flooding sweeps away bridge, washes out roads

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Major flooding swept away at least one bridge, washed away roads and set off mudslides in Yellowstone National Park on Monday, prompting officials to close the entrances to the popular tourist attraction and evacuate visitors.

Blinken says US, allies would respond ‘quickly’ to N.Korea nuclear test.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken promised Monday that the United States would respond swiftly with its allies if North Korea goes ahead with a nuclear

Boy, 11, with autism found dead in river after going missing in Lindsay, Ont.

An 11-year-old boy with autism has been found dead in Lindsay, Ont. approximately 24 hours after being reported missing, police say. 

3 suspects arrested in LeBron James school beating that resulted in death of a teen


‘This could happen to any of us’: Graphic video of men stomping on a woman’s head shakes China to the core

Shocking Surveillance footage of men attacking women in northern China has rekindled a debate about violence against women and gender inequality in the country of 1.4 billion people.

7-year-old boy shot dead in home by outside gunfire, sheriff 'outraged'

A 7-year-old boy was inside his home when he was shot and killed by outside gunfire, Harris County, Texas, authorities said.

Elephant kills elderly woman and then returns to trample her corpse at funeral in India

Wild elephant lifts woman’s corpse from funeral pyre and tramples it after killing her

Maryland sheriff's deputy Glenn Hilliard shot and killed while attempting to capture fugitive

Hilliard &quot;was a son, a husband and a father to three beautiful children, a brother to those he worked with, and an exemplary public servant to the citizens of Wicomico County and to the State of Maryland.&quot;

Dow tumbles 876 points and stocks enter bear market on worries of drastic rate hikes

US stocks have plunged into a bear market as Wall Street investors grew increasingly nervous about the prospect of even harsher medicine from the Fed to take the sting out of inflation.

S&P 500 closes in bear territory as global stock selloff gains steam amid inflation

Inflation was up 8.6% over the past year, the federal government said Friday, leading to a sharp decline in stock markets Monday.

Denmark and Canada agrees on border splitting Hans Island/Tartupaluk

Udenrigsminister Jeppe Kofod kalder ny aftale for rigtig fin og mener, den kan skabe samarbejde på tværs af den nye grænse.

Sheriff warns children not to pick up money found on the ground

Someone picked up a folded bill found on the floor of a gas station that had a white powdery substance inside.

Archie Battersbee: Life support for brain-damaged boy, 12, should end as High Court rules he is dead

Archie Battersbee has been at the centre of a legal dispute after he was seriously injured in an incident at his home in Southend, Essex, in April.

3 killed, 4 wounded in L.A. warehouse party shooting, police say

Three people were killed and four wounded in a shooting during a warehouse party in Los Angeles early Sunday, authorities said.

Algeria is increasingly aligned with Russia, Spanish minister says

Algeria's decision to suspend a friendship treaty with Spain last week was not surprising because Algiers is increasingly aligning itself with Russia, Spanish Economy Minister Nadia Calvino said on Monday.

Treatment for boy in coma should stop, judge rules - BBC News

The family of Archie Battersbee,12, say they are "devastated" as a court rules life support can end.

Ohio governor signs bill allowing armed school employees

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio school districts could begin arming employees as soon as this fall under a bill signed into law Monday by GOP Gov.

Russia uses the food crisis to push millions of Africans into famine-driven migration into Europe.

After 100 days of war in Ukraine on Europe’s eastern flank, a critical new front has opened on Europe’s southern flank with the food crisis in Africa. As Europe faces a two-front, geo-economic war of attrition with Russia, Morocco’s plan to increase its fertilizer output by nearly 70% changes the strategic equation by countering Moscow’s ability to weaponize the food-energy nexus. In so doing, Morocco has demonstrated its increasing importance as a geopolitical partner for Europe and the United States in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Armed person at Texas summer camp killed by police, officials say

Police fatally shot an armed person at a summer sports camp just outside of Dallas on Monday, authorities said. No children were harmed during the incident.

Drag queen speaks out after far-right extremists storm children's event at Bay Area library

A group of men appeared to be members of extremist group Proud Boys disrupted an LGBTQ+ event for children at the San Lorenzo Library, police say.

Armed person at Texas summer camp killed by police, officials say

Police fatally shot an armed person at a summer sports camp just outside of Dallas on Monday, authorities said. No children were harmed during the incident.

Police deny bodies found in Amazon search

British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira went missing in Brazil on 5 June.

Kevin Spacey to appear in UK court on sex assault charges

He is due to appear in court on Thursday charged with four counts of sexual assault, police say.

UK reveals plans to ditch parts of EU Brexit deal

The UK publishes plans to ditch parts of Northern Ireland Protocol but the EU says the move would break international law.

All bridges to key Ukraine city destroyed - official

The evacuation of residents from the eastern city of Severodonetsk is now impossible says Serhiy Haidai.

Cramer dubs bitcoin collapse Crypto Monday, says many tech execs call it a con

CNBC's Jim Cramer called bitcoin's collapse Crypto Monday, in what he fears is Day 1 of a reckoning in the digital currency market.

Bitcoin falls 14% after crypto lender Celsius Network freezes withdrawals

Bitcoin slumped 14% on Monday after major U.S. cryptocurrency lending company Celsius Network froze withdrawals and transfers citing "extreme" conditions, in the latest sign of the financial market downturn hitting the cryptosphere.

Mick Jagger positive for COVID-19, Amsterdam Rolling Stones concert postponed

The Rolling Stones postponed a concert on Monday in Amsterdam after lead singer Mick Jagger tested positive for COVID-19, the band said in a statement.

Weapons, explosives found in Michigan home after bomb blast

Michigan police say a man is being investigated for illegally manufacturing weapons after losing both arms in an explosion inside his Warren home. WDIV's Megan Woods reports.

Coca-Cola is putting Jack & Coke in a can

Drinking a Jack and Coke is about to become, somehow, even easier.

Amazon says it will begin delivering packages by drone in California later this year

Amazon said Monday that it will begin to deliver products using Prime Air drones in Lockeford, California, later this year.

Sheriff's Office releases names of 31 Patriot Front members arrested in Saturday bust

The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office released the names of 31 Patriot Front members who were arrested on Saturday. All of them had bonded out by Sunday, the Sheriff's Office reported. The men were from multiple states outside of the Northwest. 

Some immigrants can be detained at least six months without bond hearing, Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the federal government can continue to detain certain immigrants in removal proceedings without giving them a bond hearing after six months, in case where the Biden administration has prevailed over the immigration activists who opposed the government in the case.

Sky News: Kevin Spacey: Oscar-winning actor charged with four counts of sexual assault by Met Police

Kevin Spacey is due to appear in court on Thursday after being charged with four counts of sexual assault, the Metropolitan Police has confirmed.

Germany moves ahead with plan to legalize cannabis sales | AP News

BERLIN (AP) — The German government is setting in motion plans to legalize the sale of cannabis for recreational purposes, aiming to have legislation ready later this year. The Health Ministry said Monday that it will start holding expert hearings on various aspects of the issue Tuesday.

Markets tumble worldwide, bear market growls on Wall Street

U.S. markets tumbled sharply before the opening bell Monday with the S&P 500 pointing to bear territory amid seeping pessimism over stubborn, four-decade high inflation.

7-year-old boy dies after gunshots fired into Texas home

Police in Texas say a 7-year-old boy died after he was struck by gunfire that was shot into his Texas home as he slept in bed

1 dead, 1 critically hurt in shooting between family members outside Atlanta hospital

One person was killed and another critically hurt when family members began shooting at each other at Grady Memorial Hospital in downtown Atlanta, police said.

Lawsuit: Millions of immigration files stored in caves, delaying citizenship applications

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Russia unveils 'tasty' McDonald's substitute

The fast food outlets are rebranded as "Tasty and that's it" after the burger giant pulled out.

Man Shot, Killed After Leaving Sick Mom’s House in Philadelphia

A man caring for his mother was shot in the head and killed as he left her house and was getting into his car late Sunday night along North Smedley Street in...

Wicomico County deputy injured in shooting Sunday; police have suspect in custody

Police said that Austin Jacob Allen Davidson had been taken into custody in connection with the shooting.

Patriot Front leader among those arrested near Idaho Pride

After the arrest of more than two dozen members of a white supremacist group near a northern Idaho pride event, including one identified as its founder, LGBTQ advocates said Sunday that polarization and a fraught political climate are putting their community increasingly at risk.

Behind Nato’s defensive ‘shield’ lies weakness and division. Ukraine will pay the price | Simon Tisdall

Miscalculations by the west opened the way for Russia’s invasion. As Kyiv’s outgunned forces fight for survival, the alliance risks another catastrophic failureRussia-Ukraine war: latest updates

EU Piracy Rates are the Highest Among Well Educated Youth

New research published by the EU Intellectual Property Office shows that piracy remains prevalent among EU youth.

First lady calls for end to dog meat consumption

First lady calls for end to dog meat consumption

Ukraine fears western support will fade as media loses interest in the war | Ukraine

Costs and casualties are rising but Kyiv warns that the conflict with Russia is becoming normalised in people’s minds, at home and abroad

First case of monkeypox confirmed in Venezuela - National | Globalnews.ca

The Venezuelan government said it had recorded its first case of monkeypox in a man who entered the country though its principal airport near Caracas after arriving from Madrid.

Nupur Sharma: India destroys houses of several Muslim figures after protests

The houses of several Muslim figures are demolished after religious riots.

Biden nixes Trump design for Air Force One over cost, delay

The new aircraft are estimated to replace the VC-25A planes in 2026, years behind schedule.

Grand Jury indicts 11 ANTIFA and BLM members for attacking Trump supporters in Pacific Beach

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police find house full of bombs, ammo and guns after explosion

Warren police believe 38-year-old man was working on an explosive device when it went off, amputating both of his arms.

Hate crime investigation underway after alleged Proud Boys storm Drag Queen Story Hour at Bay Area library

Police are investigating a possible hate crime after a Bay Area library's Pride event

Fiji's biggest security threat is 'devastating climate change, not conflict', the country's defence minister warns

Fiji faces its biggest threat from "devastating climate change" rather than conflict, the country's defence minister warned on Sunday at a high-level security summit in Singapore.

Proud Boys storm Drag Queen Story Hour at Bay Area library

Police are investigating a possible hate crime after a Bay Area library's Pride event

Maine vet clinic responds to I-Team investigation about surrendered dog

SCARBOROUGH (WGME) -- Maine Veterinary Medical Center is responding to an I-Team story regarding a dog surrendered at its facility. MVMC claims there are inaccuriyies in our story but does not identify any facts that are incorrect. CBS13 obtained documents from the dog's owner corroborating her story. Rachel Mullen told CBS13 she got Jaxx, a four-month-old German Shepherd, from a breeder in March. A couple of weeks ago, she says Jaxx started throwing up and acting lethargic.

Elderly man with Alzheimer's says he doesn't remember killing granddaughter

The story of grandfather Susumu Tomizawa, an 88-year-old with Alzheimer's who killed his granddaughter and claimed he could not remember, shocked many in Japan -- an aging nation where the number of elderly dementia patients is on the rise.

"Fiddler on the Roof" - A Musical Cry from the Embattled Ukraine

The storied musical Fiddler on the Roof is coming to Morristown’s Mayo Performing Arts Center June 17 and 18. In case you forgot, it’s the marvelous story of a family led by a tough old father, Tevye,  who puts up with a lot of change from his kids and struggles to hold his townspeople together in a changing and explosive political climate in 1905 in Russia.

Names of the 31 White Supremacists have been released.

The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office released the names of 31 Patriot Front members who were arrested on Saturday. All of them had bonded out by Sunday, the Sheriff's Office reported. The men were from multiple states outside of the Northwest. 

Don't 'pick up any folded money': The bill could be deadly, Tennessee sheriff warns

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Country music superstar Toby Keith announces he's been fighting stomach cancer

Country music superstar Toby Keith has announced he has been battling stomach cancer since late last year but has received treatment and plans to return to the stage soon.

31 people with ties to White nationalist group arrested for conspiracy to riot near a Pride parade in Idaho

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Brookings president resigns amid FBI foreign lobbying probe

The president of the Brookings Institution resigned Sunday amid a federal investigation into whether he illegally lobbied on behalf of the wealthy Persian Gulf nation of Qatar. Retired Gen. John Allen wrote in a letter to the think tank that he was leaving with a “heavy heart" but did not offer a direct explanation.

India destroys houses of several Muslim figures after religious riots

The houses of several Muslim figures are demolished after religious riots.

Canadian police probe possible bomb threat to parliament

Police are investigating a possible risk to national security that forced parliament to lock down on Saturday.

Brookings president resigns amid FBI foreign lobbying probe

The president of the Brookings Institution resigned Sunday amid a federal investigation into whether he illegally lobbied on behalf of the wealthy Persian Gulf nation of Qatar. Retired Gen. John Allen wrote in a letter to the think tank that he was leaving with a “heavy heart" but did not offer a direct explanation.

Indian state razes Muslim homes after riots over prophet remarks | India

Uttar Pradesh authorities demolish property belonging to people allegedly involved in unrest

AP News: Senate negotiators announce a deal on guns, breaking logjam

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate bargainers announced a bipartisan framework Sunday responding to last month’s mass shootings, a modest breakthrough offering measured gun curbs and bolstered efforts to improve school safety and mental health programs.

An engineer at Google said he was placed on leave Monday after claiming an artificial intelligence chatbot had become sentient.

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US gun control: Cross-party group of senators agrees limited safety measures

Joe Biden says the plans are a step in the right direction, but they fall far short of what he called for.

Dozens of Covid cases linked to Beijing bar

Mass testing is taking place after more than 160 cases are linked to a bar in the capital.

Police: 2 killed, 4 wounded in shooting at Indiana nightclub

Police say two people were killed and four others were wounded in a shooting at an Indiana nightclub

Ukrainians who fled to Georgia reveal details of Russia’s ‘filtration camps’

Refugees tell of being forced to strip or witnessing beatings as they seek to enter Russia

IPL rights value breaks record on auction day one, USD 13.44 million per match bid so far

In terms of value per match, the T20 tournament is now behind only the NFL

Ninth District Democratic candidate admits 2013 DWI conviction

Taysha DeVaughan said on Saturday she was stopped March 2013 in Coeburn while driving home from a Norton bar. After taking a field sobriety test and breathalyzer, she was charged

2 arrested following shooting at San Jose library that injured man, police say

Two suspects have been arrested following a shooting at a San Jose library that injured one man, police said.

Men disrupt drag queen storytelling at San Lorenzo Library shouting homophobic slurs

The Alameda County Sheriff&#039;s Office is investigating a group of men who disrupted a drag queen storytelling event at the San Lorenzo Library Saturday with homophobic slurs.

Indian state razes Muslim homes after protests over prophet remarks | India

Uttar Pradesh authorities demolish property belonging to people allegedly involved in unrest

Mystery wolfman-like creature spotted near Texas zoo, and officials can't figure out what it is

A strange creature resembling a wolfman has been spotted outside of the Amarillo Zoo, and officials in Texas can't quite figure out what it is.

Millennials and Gen Zers do want to buy homes—they just can't afford it, even as adults

Most Gen Zers and millennials really do want to own a home someday, if not right now. Their biggest roadblock is affordability, a recent Bankrate survey says.

Russia's rebranded McDonald's unveils a new logo, but keeps its name a secret

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Senate bargainers announce outline of gun violence agreement

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate bargainers announced a bipartisan framework Sunday responding to last month’s mass shootings, a modest breakthrough offering measured gun curbs and bolstered efforts to improve school safety and mental health programs.

Baby girl found fatally shot after abduction by father

A 1-year-old girl is dead after authorities issued an Amber Alert, in fear she was abducted by her father.

Record exports help shrink U.S. trade deficit

The U.S. trade deficit narrowed by the most in nearly 9-1/2 years in April as exports jumped to a record high, putting trade on course to contribute to economic growth this quarter.

Pilot shortages, fuel prices and Covid: US braces for travel chaos

US sees rise in travel after ‘two years of pent-up demand’ – but issues continue to cloud the industry

China blasts US 'bully', says it will 'fight to the end' for Taiwan

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Two workers rescued from chocolate-filled tank at Mars Wrigley factory.

OSHA is investigating after two workers became trapped inside a chocolate-filled tank at a Mars Wrigley factory in Elizabethtown, Pa.

#ChurchToo revelations growing, years after movement began

A withering report on sexual abuse and cover-up in the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in the U.S.

China calls COVID 'lab leak' theory a lie after WHO report

BEIJING (AP) — China on Friday attacked the theory that the coronavirus pandemic may have originated as a leak from a Chinese laboratory as a politically motivated lie, after the World Health Organization recommended in its strongest terms yet that a deeper probe is needed into whether a lab accident may be to blame.

Prophet Row: Illegal Weapons Found, UP Cops On Razing House Of Accused

The main accused in Prayagraj violence, Javed Mohammed, had illegal weapons and objectionable posters at his home, the Uttar Pradesh police have claimed. A search was conducted at his house before this morning's demolition, the police said.

Scientists grew living human skin around a robotic finger

In the hopes of one day building super realistic cyborgs, researchers built a robotic finger that wears living human skin.

Making schools war zones. Perspective | When we reimagine American public space as a fortress, we lose

‘Hardening’ the built environment won’t defeat mass murderers anyway

McDonald's replacement restaurants are unveiled in Russia - CNN

The golden arches and Big Mac may have gone, but Russians saw 850 McDonald's restaurants reopen on Sunday under new branding and ownership, according to its owner Alexander Nikolaevich Govor.

9 arrested after vicious assault on women in north China

HONG KONG (AP) — Chinese authorities arrested nine people on suspicion of violently assaulting several women at a restaurant after surveillance footage of the attack sparked widespread outrage. Footage from a barbecue restaurant in Tangshan in northern Hebei province, time stamped 2:40 a.m.

Queen becomes world's second-longest reigning modern monarch

The 96-year-old overtakes Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej but is behind Louis XIV of France, who reigned from 1643 until 1715.

Louisiana State Police under investigation for excessive force or racially discriminatory policing

LSP announced it would launch an external review of itself earlier this year.

Michigan doctor's mom died during childbirth after she couldn't get an abortion

Dr. Yahya Basha recalls his mother dying from childbirth at the age of 34 after she was unable to get an abortion.

31 tied to hate group charged with planning riot near LGBTQ event in Idaho

Many of those arrested were wearing logos from the Patriot Front, a white-supremacist group.

Russia’s McDonald’s renamed ‘Vkusno i tochka’ ahead of grand re-opening.

Former McDonald’s restaurants in Russia have been renamed “Vkusno i tochka” (“Delicious. Full Stop”), the new owner said ahead of their grand re-opening

China accuses US of trying to 'hijack' support in Asia

SINGAPORE (AP) — China's defense minister accused the United States on Sunday of trying to “hijack” the support of countries in the Asia-Pacific region to turn them against Beijing, saying Washington is seeking to advance its own interests “under the guise of multilateralism.”

Test for press freedom as verdict due in Arron Banks libel case against Carole Cadwalladr | Newspapers & magazines

Judgment in the action against the Observer and Guardian’s Carole Cadwalladr will have huge implications for UK journalists

British Tourist Raped In Front Of Partner Near Beach In Goa: Police

The Goa Police on Monday arrested a 32-year-old man for allegedly raping a British woman at the famous Sweet Lake near Arambol beach in North Goa.

Specialist gang ‘targeting’ Ukrainian treasures for removal to Russia

International academics and digital imaging experts have spotted a pattern in the theft of high-value artefacts

The Google engineer who thinks the company’s AI has come to life

The chorus of technologists who believe AI models may not be far off from achieving consciousness is getting bolder.

31 people arrested for conspiracy to riot near a Pride parade in Idaho

Idaho police officers on Saturday arrested 31 people who are believed to be affiliated with the White nationalist group called Patriot Front, after they were seen gathering near a Pride parade in the city of Coeur d'Alene, police said.

We’re almost out of ammunition and relying on western arms, says Ukraine | Ukraine

Exclusive: Deputy head of military intelligence says it’s an artillery war now and ‘everything depends on what the west gives us’

Sanctions are hitting hard enough to hurt Russia, if not stop it

Analysis: the assault in Ukraine continues, but it seems clear that real damage is being done to Putin’s economy• Russia-Ukraine war: latest updates

Idaho police near Pride event arrest Patriot Front extremists on riot charges

Police detained 31 members of the Patriot Front hate group after they were spotted piling into a U-Haul truck wearing riot gear

Members of white nationalist group charged with planning riot at Idaho pride event

Thirty-one members of Patriot Front face misdemeanor charges of conspiracy to riot and additional charges could come later.

31 linked to white nationalist group arrested near Pride event in Idaho

Thirty-one people affiliated with the white nationalist group Patriot Front were arrested near an annual LGBTQ+ event Saturday in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, police

31 people arrested for conspiracy to riot near a Pride parade in Idaho

Idaho police officers on Saturday arrested 31 people who are believed to be affiliated with the White nationalist group called Patriot Front, after they were seen gathering near a Pride parade in the city of Coeur d'Alene, police said.

Blacklist Dubai over failure to crack down on Russian oligarchs, say campaigners

UAE has become haven for superyachts, private jets and ‘dirty money’ since invasion of Ukraine, but has taken no action

Gasoline glitch: California station sells gas for 69 cents per gallon

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The U.S. housing market is heading toward the ‘most significant contraction’ since 2006. Here’s what that means

The U.S. housing market is in the early stages of the biggest slowdown since the housing bubble days of 2006 — but no, that still doesn’t mean prices are about to spiral, according to Len Kiefer, deputy chief economist at Freddie Mac. Here’s what that means and why it’s not the same as what happened before the big market crash that led to the Great Recession.

A pedestrian is in critical condition after an 18-wheeler crashed into a hotel pool in Texas

Three people were injured after an 18-wheeler crashed through a concrete wall and into an empty pool at a Texas hotel early Saturday morning.

Michigan drivers can now purchase digital license plates

Michigan drivers now have the option to purchase digital license plates for their vehicles.

An update about the woman who had to pay $10,000 or surrender her dog.

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Thousands rally for gun reform in US after surge in mass shootings.

Thousands of people streamed to the National Mall for the highest-profile of countrywide demonstrations Saturday marking a renewed push for gun control

Large group of masked men detained in Coeur d'Alene near Pride in the Park

A large group of men was detained in Coeur d'Alene on Saturday afternoon, the same day as Pride in the Park was scheduled.

Los Angeles: 9 pedestrians hit in by driver claiming gun was pointed at him

Nine people were injured in Los Angeles Saturday morning after being struck by a driver who claimed someone had pointed a gun at him, causing him to swerve, police said.

Big landlords jump into the homebuilding business as demand for single-family rentals surges

Big publicly traded landlords are fast becoming homebuilders, as the supply of homes for rent drops and demand surges.

Man arrested for leaving flowers on fiancee’s grave found guilty of littering

Winston Hagans was convicted of one count of criminal littering and given a suspended jail sentence of 30 days for putting a flower box on Hannah Ford's grave.

Suspect in Maryland factory shooting that killed 3 charged with murder

A man faces 25 charges, including first-degree murder, following a shooting at a Maryland factory on Thursday.

Police release photos of gunmen connected to Maryland mall shooting

TEMPLE HILLS, Md. (WBFF) &mdash; Police in Maryland released surveillance photos Saturday of two men, who they believe shot three people at a mall the previous day. ThePrince George&rsquo;s County Police Department shared the images on Twitter. "Investigators located surveillance video which shows as the two suspects leave the mall entrance, one of them opens fire.

AP News: Ukraine: Russia said to be using more deadly weapons in war

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian and British officials warned Saturday that Russian forces are relying on weapons able to cause mass casualties as they try to make headway in capturing eastern Ukraine and fierce, prolonged fighting depletes resources on both sides.

CNN: How psilocybin, the psychedelic in mushrooms, may rewire the brain to ease depression, anxiety and more

Scientists are learning more about how psychedelic mushrooms may alter the brain, potentially leading to long-lasting reversals of depression, anxiety, cluster headaches and more.

830,000 Teslas with Autopilot under NHTSA Investigation, Recall Possible

830,000 Tesla EVs dating back to 2014 are involved in the probe of how the system identifies potential incidents with stopped first responder vehicles.

French court orders 4G antenna switch-off over cow health concerns

A farmer in central-east France said that milk production had dropped by 15-20% in the days following the antenna installation, and 40 of his 200 cows had died

Vietnam arrests Taiwanese national amid banking security breach

Police in Vietnam have arrested a Taiwanese national amid an investigation into a cybersecurity breach in the country's banking system, the Ministry of Public Security said.

Cristiano Ronaldo: US judge dismisses $25m lawsuit over rape allegations

A US district judge in Las Vegas said the victim’s lawyer acted in ‘bad faith’ for use of leaked and stolen confidential documents

$1.5M to be paid to police chief who displayed Nazi insignia

KENT, Wash. (AP) — A suburban Seattle city will pay more than $1.5 million to settle a dispute with a former assistant police chief who was disciplined for posting a Nazi rank insignia on his office door and joking about the Holocaust.

Pro-choice militants are targeting ‘pregnancy crisis centers’ across US

Experts say that no matter how righteous, extremist protests are risky: they may turn people against the cause

Man pleads guilty to defrauding victims of more than $2.7 million with pesticides alleged to help prevent Covid-19

A New Jersey man has pleaded guilty to charges he sold $2.7 million in pesticides he falsely claimed were effective against the coronavirus which causes Covid-19, federal prosecutors said.

U.S. gasoline average price tops $5 per gallon in historic first

The price of U.S. gasoline averaged more than $5 a gallon for the first time on Saturday, data from the AAA showed, extending a surge in fuel costs that is driving rising inflation.

Therapist sex abuse case reveals dark past, ethical concerns

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Two years after accusing her former therapist of sexual abuse, she idly plugged his address into an online directory and came across an unfamiliar alias. A search of that name turned up decades-old newspaper articles about the death of a 10-year-old girl.

Ex-NYPD cop who fired gun into Atlantic Ocean gets prison

David Afanador will spend up to four years in prison in connection with firing a 9mm Beretta he wasn't authorized to carry into the ocean off Long Beach.

Leaked food strategy for English schools is paltry, experts say

Campaigners decry failure to extend free meals and budget of £250 per state school to teach healthy eating

Officials investigate fire that damaged an Oregon ‘pregnancy crisis center’

The fire at the Gresham Pregnancy Resource Center comes days after a similar attack at another clinic in New York

Gas prices hit $5 nationwide for first time in over 2 decades

Gas prices are already nearly $2 more than they were a year ago

University of New Hampshire fraternity members accused of hazing; 46 issued arrest warrants

Arrest warrants have been issued for 46 members of a fraternity at the University of New Hampshire, accusing them of student hazing at an event in April, police said this week.

Chicago officer resigns after video shows physical struggle with woman walking dog

A white Chicago police officer resigned after he was captured on video repeatedly grabbing a Black woman walking her dog in a confrontation her lawyers called “

Judge: Georgia county can't deny gender surgery to deputy

ATLANTA (AP) — A federal judge has found that a Georgia sheriff's office was illegally discriminating when it denied gender reassignment surgery to a deputy. U.S.

Workers rescued after tumbling into vat of chocolate at Mars Wrigley factory

The pair were carrying out maintenance work on the partially filled tank at the plant in Pennsylvania

Psychedelic mushroom benefits are popping up all over | CNN

Scientists are learning more about how psychedelic mushrooms may alter the brain, potentially leading to long-lasting reversals of depression, anxiety, cluster headaches and more.

"Americans are tired and fed up": March For Our Lives protests return today in wake of mass shootings in Uvalde, Buffalo

Protests will be held in Washington D.C. and hundreds of other cities.

City of Ottawa denies "outrageous" request to fly Russian flag

The Russian Embassy in Ottawa asked the city to fly the Russian flag and illuminate a wing of City Hall in red, white and blue to mark Russia Day on Sunday, but the city refused.

Martin’s potato rolls face boycott calls over owner’s politics who supports far right candidate in PA Gov race.

The boycott calls stem from James Martin's support for Doug Mastriano, a right-wing candidate for Pennsylvania governor.

Woman follows cheating boyfriend using Apple AirTag, kills him

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National average price for regular gas is over $5 a gallon for the first time

The national average for a gallon of regular gas reached $5.004 as of Saturday, according to AAA.

Monkeypox, severe hepatitis raise concerns of virus outbreaks post-COVID

Better surveillance and global collaboration are needed to stay ahead of potential new pathogens, experts warn, as the world grapples with multiple virus outbreaks.

Marathon US hearings to decide fate of COVID shots for tots

Parents anxious to finally vaccinate their youngest children against COVID-19, strap in: A lot is set to happen over the next week. On Wednesday, both Moderna and Pfizer will have to convince what’s essentially a science court -- advisers to the Food and Drug Administration -- that their shots work well in babies, toddlers and preschoolers.

Google Cloud Sets World Record By Calculating 100 Trillion Digits Of Pi

Google Cloud has set a new world record in calculating the "100 Trillion digits of π" . Here is the result of the last 100 Trillion digits of π

Kent to pay $1.52M in settlement with former assistant PD chief who posted Nazi insignia

KENT, Wash. &ndash; The City of Kent is paying $1. 52 million to a former assistant police chief, who is no longer with the department shortly after being disciplined for posting a Nazi insignia on his office door. Now-former Assistant Chief Derek Kammerzell was originally given two weeks off without pay from the Kent Police Department in January for the Sept. 2020 incident.

11 year old Ulvade survivor suffered heart issues at friends memorial

After attending a memorial for her best friend, who was killed at Robb Elementary, the girl nearly went into cardiac arrest.

Family of Mizzou freshman who nearly died in alleged fraternity hazing incident seeks justice

Daniel Santulli, 19, was found in cardiac arrest with alcohol poisoning inside a car at University Hospital on Oct. 20 and left disabled following an incident with his pledge class at the former Phi G

Justin Bieber Reveals One Side of His Face Is Paralyzed – Billboard

Justin Bieber shared that he has been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, with one side of his face experiencing "full paralysis."

‘This is a hospital. It is supposed to be clean’: Man upset after visiting sister in hospital

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Connecticut police exhume wrong body in cold case investigation

With hopes of identifying the female victim of a 1975 homicide, Connecticut authorities exhumed a body in a Hamden cemetery Wednesday, only to find the remains of someone else.

Governors forming task force to address mass shootings

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The leaders of the National Governors Association said Friday they're forming a bipartisan working group to come up with recommendations to stop mass shootings following the Texas school massacre.

March for Our Lives returns with a renewed gun control push

WASHINGTON (AP) — Angered by the unrelenting toll from gun violence, tens of thousands of people are expected at rallies this weekend in the nation’s capital and around the United States demanding that Congress pass meaningful changes to gun laws.

Salvadoran women jailed for abortion warn US of total ban

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — Teodora del Carmen Vásquez was nine months pregnant and working at a school cafeteria when she felt extreme pain in her back, like the crack of a hammer. She called 911 seven times before fainting in a bathroom in a pool of blood.

Canada to propose requiring health warnings printed on individual cigarette tubes -minister

Canada's Liberal government will propose updating the country's tobacco products regulations to require written health warnings printed on individual cigarette tubes, Mental Health and Addictions Minister Carolyn Bennett said on Friday.

Auburn man arrested for leaving flowers on fiancé's grave found guilty

We have new details on a case we’ve been following for weeks. An Auburn man gained national attention after being arrested for leaving flowers on his fiancé's grave

Punishing heatwave expected across the US south-west this weekend

Models indicate that there could be between 25 and 30 extreme events a year by mid-century

Foster Farms sold to Atlas Holdings with ex-Tyson man Donnie Smith as CEO

Speculation over the future of Foster Farms has ended as the US poultry processor has been bought by private-equity investor Atlas Holdings.

Workers rescued after tumbling into vat of chocolate at Mars Wrigley factory

The pair were carrying out maintenance work on the partially filled tank at the plant in Pennsylvania

Infowars bankruptcy tossed in deal with Sandy Hook parents

A federal judge in Texas has dismissed the bankruptcy protection case of Infowars and two other companies controlled by Alex Jones

Arkansas man injured during Floyd protest sues troopers

An Arkansas attorney who was hospitalized by a beanbag fired by a State Police trooper during a protest at the state Capitol over George Floyd's killing has filed a lawsuit

Greek oil tanker seized by Iran holds oil that was headed to the U.S.

A Greek oil tanker that was seized by Iran holds tens of thousands of gallons of oil worth more than $100 million that were headed to the U.S.

Uvalde incident commander said he ditched his radios on purpose, didn't know he was in charge

UCISD Police Chief Pete Arredondo says he intentionally left his issued communications...

Covid: US to drop test requirement for air travellers

The change, which comes into effect on Sunday, comes after pressure from the travel industry.

Tesla files for 3:1 stock split

Tesla plans a 3-for-1 stock split, and Elon Musk now holds 23.5% of shares.

A tampon shortage is the latest nightmare for women

Supply chain problems and inflation have hit virtually all consumer goods, but women who menstruate are now facing an added strain as a shortage of period products hits the United States.

‘This is pretty serious’: Singer Justin Bieber diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, says half his face is paralyzed

Canadian singer, Justin Bieber, took to social media to inform fans of a recent diagnosis that is impacting his health.

DHS warns of domestic violent extremists who praise Uvalde shooting

Domestic violent extremists praised last month's school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and called for at least one copycat attack, the Department of Homeland Security said.

Rome [NY] man sentenced in arson case

Judge blocks Texas investigating families of trans youth

A Texas judge on Friday temporarily blocked the state from investigating families of transgender children who have received gender-confirming medical care, a new obstacle to the state labeling such treatments as child abuse.

Gangster Disciples rivalry with Rolling 60 crips responsible for Chattanooga mass shooting

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It’s not your imagination, US summers are hotter than ever before

An alarming trend shows average temperatures have increased by at least 2F since 1970, with even higher spikes in the west and south-west

DOW plummets 750 points after consumer price index hit a 40-year high, sparking fears of a recession

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Kaitlin Armstrong: Austin love triangle murder suspect manhunt intensifies as Marshals receive dozens of tips

Now-retired longtime U.S. Marshals boss Lenny DePaul explains what manhunt's new 'major case' status means for search for Kaitlin Armstrong

Texas power use to break records on Friday, Monday as heatwave lingers

Power demand in Texas will likely break records on Friday and Monday as economic growth boosts usage and homes and businesses keep air conditioners cranked up to escape a lingering heatwave, after failing to reach that record high earlier this week.

Rangers fan charged with assault, banned from Madison Square Garden for punching Lightning fan

The incident happened after the Rangers' Game 5 loss on Thursday

AP News: Infowars bankruptcy tossed in deal with Sandy Hook parents

VICTORIA, Texas (AP) — A federal judge in Texas on Friday dismissed the bankruptcy protection case of Infowars and two other companies controlled by Alex Jones, the result of an agreement between lawyers for the conspiracy theorist and parents of some of the children slain in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

Texas school shooting: Uvalde school police chief defends mass shooting response

The Uvalde school police chief told the Texas Tribune that officers responded without hesitation.

Judge sets bond at $100,000 for Michigan police officer charged with murder in Patrick Lyoya’s death

Judge sets bond at $100,000 for Michigan police officer charged with murder in Patrick Lyoya’s death

Apple's Cook urges U.S. lawmakers to pass federal privacy law

Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook on Friday sent a letter to a group of U.S. lawmakers asking them to pass federal privacy legislation, according to a copy of the letter seen by Reuters.

Kentwood (Kent, WA) High School Staff Member Arrested

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Monkeypox in Canada: 112 infections reported as global cases top 1,000

As monkeypox continues to spread worldwide, a total of 112 cases have been reported in Canada as of Thursday. A vast majority of the cases have been identified in Quebec.

3 wounded in shooting at North Carolina mall food court

Police say three people were being treated for wounds that were not life-threatening after a shooting Friday at a mall in North Carolina

March For Our Lives returns to DC this weekend

In the wake of recent mass shootings, the youth-led March For Our Lives will hold another gun violence prevention rally in the nation’s capital this weekend.

Uvalde schools police chief defends response to mass shooting in first public comments since massacre

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Ukraine calls for more weapons as it holds off Russians in east

Ukrainian officials pleaded for more help from the West on Friday, including quicker deliveries of weapons to hold off better armed Russian forces at a critical time in the battle in the east.

Energy and food drive US inflation to highest for 40 years

Rising energy and food costs pushed inflation to 8.6% in May, the highest rate in more than 40 years.

U.S. Consumer Sentiment Fell in June to Its Lowest Level Ever — University of Michigan

Shipwreck first discovered in 2007 was kept secret due to security concerns until now

Details of the royal wreck are revealed for the first time after it was found by divers 15 years ago.

COLD CASE SOLVED: 'Baby Holly' found alive 40 years after parents were killed in Houston

HOUSTON - DNA has brought an end to a 40-year-old cold case out of Houston. Back in 1981, a husband and wife were found murdered in Houston, but the couple's baby was not found with them. She just simply vanished. 1980 photo of Holly Clouse with her mother, Tina Gail Linn Clouse. Tina was murdered in Houston in 1981. (PHOTO: Family History Detectives via PNR Newswire)

Britney Spears’ ex-husband arrested after trying to crash her wedding

Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander has been charged with four misdemeanors after being arrested at her Los Angeles home while trying to gate-crash her wedding to Sam Asghari on Thursday. Spears and Allen were previously married for 55 hours following a ceremony in Las Vegas in 2004. 

U.S. to lift coronavirus testing requirement for flyers returning to the country

An administration official said science and data show the requirement is no longer necessary. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will reassess the decision in 90 days and would reinstate the requirement if necessary, officials said.

China calls COVID 'lab leak' theory a lie after WHO report

BEIJING (AP) — China on Friday attacked the theory that the coronavirus pandemic may have originated as a leak from a Chinese laboratory as a politically motivated lie, after the World Health Organization recommended in its strongest terms yet that a deeper probe is needed into whether a lab accident may be to blame.

Two people rescued after falling in tank full of chocolate in Pennsylvania

Two people were rescued after falling into a tank full of chocolate at the Mars M&M factory in Pennsylvania Thursday, officials said.

It’s not your imagination, US summers are hotter than ever before | Climate science

An alarming trend shows average temperatures have increased by at least 2F since 1970, with even higher spikes in the west and south-west

Inflation rose 8.6% in May, highest since 1981

The consumer price index for May was expected to increase 8.3% from a year ago, according to Dow Jones estimates.

White supremacists are riling up thousands on social media

WASHINGTON (AP) — The social media posts are of a distinct type. They hint darkly that the CIA or the FBI are behind mass shootings .

Strange creature seen outside of an Amarillo, Texas zoo

&quot;A chupacabra? Do you have any ideas of what this UAO- Unidentified Amarillo Object could be?&quot; the city of Amarillo wrote.

US: Gunman kills three people at Maryland factory

Man taken into custody after attacking co-workers at a factory in the latest shooting in the United States.

Putin compares himself to Peter the Great in quest to take back Russian lands

President draws parallel with tsar who waged war on Sweden and says campaign in Ukraine stems from ‘basic values’

White House Developing National Strategy to Increase Data Collection as Privacy Tech Improves

A pending national strategy on data collection and analytics will focus on regulation and policy changes, according to a forthcoming request for public ...

Gas prices close in on $5 a gallon in US, hit record in UK

DALLAS (AP) — The average price that Americans pay for gasoline is closing in on $5 a gallon, another drain on the wallets of consumers who are paying more for many other essentials too. AAA said the nationwide average for regular on Thursday was $4.97 a gallon, up a quarter in just the last week and $1.90 more than drivers were paying a year ago.

Chicago man who saved man on train tracks gets free car

CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago man who jumped onto train tracks to rescue someone who had fallen onto an electrified rail during a fight at an L station earned more than praise for his heroic act: He’s also been gifted with a car.

3 foreigners who fought for Ukraine sentenced to death

BAKHMUT, Ukraine (AP) — Two British citizens and a Moroccan were sentenced to death Thursday for fighting on Ukraine's side, in a punishment handed down by the country's pro-Moscow rebels. The proceedings against the three captured fighters were denounced by Ukraine and the West as a sham and a violation of the rules of war.

Xi Jinping says ‘persistence is victory’ as Covid restrictions return to Shanghai and Beijing

Both cities back on high alert, with new lockdowns in Shanghai , and the shutdown of entertainment venues in Beijing

Microplastics found in fresh snow on Antarctica

Microplastics have been found in fresh snowfall in Antarctica for the first time.

India will need to make a 'growth sacrifice' to slow inflation, says JPMorgan

India's central bank has raised interest rates faster and higher than it anticipated as inflation surged.

California's biggest Mega Millions winner comes forward; bought $426M winning ticket in Woodland Hills

She bought a $20 lottery ticket back in January and now she's California's biggest Mega Millions winner so far this year!

Tesla investigation deepens after more than a dozen US ‘Autopilot’ crashes

Regulators to look with enhanced scrutiny after cars with driver-assistance function crashed into parked emergency vehicles

Sriracha lovers burned as maker halts production due to pepper shortage |

California-based Huy Fong Inc says the shortage is due to drought affecting its peppers – will it lead to battles in condiment aisles?

The missing daughter of a couple killed in 1981 has been found alive more than 40 years later

The missing infant daughter of a man and woman whose bodies were discovered in Texas in 1981 has been found "alive and well" more than four decades later, according to the office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Bay Area summer camp abruptly cancels all sessions over swastika controversy

A California summer camp cancelled all summer sessions after some staff members quit over a controversy around a swastika. 

Patrick Lyoya: Michigan police officer charged with second-degree murder

Officer Christopher Schurr shot Black man in back of head after traffic stop in Grand Rapids video-recorded by bystander

Twitter set to comply with Elon Musk demand for data on fake accounts

Network ready to provide stream of daily data after world’s richest man threatened to pull out of $44bn purchase if Twitter refused

The Washington Post fires Felicia Sonmez after a week of feuding publicly with her colleagues

The Washington Post on Thursday fired Felicia Sonmez, the reporter who has been extraordinarily critical of her colleagues and the newspaper's leadership over the last several days, two people familiar with the matter told CNN on Thursday.

AP News: Report: Police knew of injured at Texas school while waiting

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Police waited for protective equipment as they delayed entering the Texas elementary school where a gunman inside killed 19 children and two teachers, even as they became aware that some victims needed medical treatment, according to records obtained by The New York Times .

Michigan police officer charged with 2nd-degree murder in death of Patrick Lyoya

Peter Lyoya hopes criminal charges against Grand Rapids police officer can bring justice for his son.

A waitress noticed bruises on a boy and asked if he needed help. His stepfather was just found guilty of abuse.

​She wrote a sign asking &quot;Do you need help? OK,&quot; and held it up behind his stepfather. The 11-year-old boy acknowledged that he did need help.

Kansas woman who joined ISIS pleads guilty to terrorism charge

Allison Fluke-Ekren, 42, admitted that she was the leader of a female battalion that prepared to defend Islamic State-controlled territory.

At least three killed in shooting at Maryland business, police say | Maryland

Governor says state trooper also shot in Smithsburg, town of nearly 3,000 people in western Maryland

Michigan police chief recommends firing of officer charged with murder in fatal shooting of Patrick Lyoya

Michigan police chief recommends firing of officer charged with murder in fatal shooting of Patrick Lyoya

Rape used ‘systematically’ during Lebanon’s civil war, report finds

Levels of torture and sexual violence used by combatants against women and girls during the 15-year conflict shocked investigators

NYT: Law enforcement were aware of people trapped in Robb Elementary before they breached classroom

Law enforcement officials on the scene of the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting last month were aware there were injured individuals trapped inside classrooms before authorities decided to breach the entrance to the classrooms, according to a New York Times review of investigative documents and videos from law enforcement.

Geico must pay $5.2 million to woman who got HPV from sex in man's insured car, court rules

Geico must pay a Missouri woman $5.2 million after she caught HPV from unprotected sex with her then-boyfriend in his insured automobile, a state appellate court ruled.

Server rescues child from abuse with secret sign, ‘Do you need help?’ - National | Globalnews.ca

While standing secretly behind the child's stepfather at the table, a restaurant server held up a sign in the boy's eyeline, asking 'Do you need help?'

'Potential intruder' fatally shot by police outside Alabama elementary school, officials say

Police shot and killed a "potential intruder" near an elementary school in Alabama Thursday morning.

Texas pastor says gay people should be 'shot in the back of the head' in shocking sermon

A Texas baptist church — labeled an "anti-LGBT hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law Center — has caused outrage after a pastor said gay people should be "lin

Geico must pay $5.2 million to woman who got HPV from sex in man's insured car, court rules

Geico must pay a Missouri woman $5.2 million after she caught HPV from unprotected sex with her then-boyfriend in his insured automobile, a state appellate court ruled.

4-yr prison term sought for child porn site operator for concealing criminal proceeds | Yonhap News Agency

SEOUL, June 9 (Yonhap) -- Prosecutors sought a four-year prison sentence Thursday for the ...

3 Killed in Shooting at Maryland Manufacturing Facility

An active shooter opened fire inside a manufacturing facility in Smithsburg, Maryland, Thursday afternoon, killing multiple people, authorities say.

3 killed in shooting at Maryland manufacturing facility, officials say

Multiple people were shot Thursday in Smithsburg, Maryland, a town near Camp David, the presidential retreat.

Officer faces 2nd degree murder in Patrick Lyoya shooting

After more than two months since the tragic death of Patrick Lyoya, the Kent County Prosecutor announced a charging decision in the case Friday. Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker has announced officerChristopher Schurr has been charged with one count of second degree murder. "The death was not justified," Becker said.

Hezbollah leader threatens to hit Israel's offshore gas rig

The leader of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group has threatened to strike a gas rig Israel is setting up in the Mediterranean Sea and that Lebanon claims is in a disputed maritime area between the two countries

Ukrainian casualties: Kyiv losing up to 200 troops a day - Zelensky aide

Mykhaylo Podolyak told the BBC that Ukraine needs more weapons to match Russia's firepower.

Paintings Stolen 50 Years Ago Returned to Hudson River Valley Museum

The New York Art Crime Team of the FBI recently returned two paintings by 19th-c. portrait artist Ammi Phillips to Historic Huguenot Street.

Geico ordered to pay Missouri woman $5.2 million after she contracted STD in a car

A Missouri woman was awarded $5.2 million in a settlement from insurance company GEICO after contracting a sexually transmitted disease from her partner in his vehicle, which was insured by the company, court documents show. The Missouri Court of Appeals upheld that award this week.

Police investigating shooting at company in Maryland, situation remains active

Washington County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting with multiple victims at Columbia Machine in Smithsburg, Maryland, according to Lt. Joshua McCauley.

Grand Rapids officer charged with second-degree murder in shooting of Patrick Lyoya, prosecutor says

A Grand Rapids Police police officer was charged Thursday with one count of second-degree murder in the death of Patrick Lyoya, who was shot in the back of the head during a struggle after an April traffic stop, a Michigan prosecutor said.

Travel industry calls on White House to end Covid-19 testing requirement for travelers from overseas

Travel and hospitality executives say the Covid testing rule for travelers to the U.S. is hurting the country's tourism industry.

Multiple People Killed in Shooting at Washington County Manufacturing Plant

An active shooter opened fire inside a manufacturing facility in Smithsburg, Maryland, Thursday afternoon, killing multiple people, authorities say.

Multiple People Killed in Shooting at Maryland Manufacturing Plant

An active shooter opened fire inside a manufacturing facility in Smithsburg, Maryland, Thursday afternoon, killing multiple people, authorities say.

AP News: Michigan officer charged with murder in Lyoya shooting

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A prosecutor filed a second-degree murder charge Thursday against the Michigan police officer who killed Patrick Lyoya, a Black man who was on the ground when he was shot in the back of the head following an intense physical struggle recorded on a bystander's phone.

A Sriracha hot sauce shortage could last through the summer

The company that makes the beloved hot sauce warned customers that they were still facing a monthslong shortage of chili peppers and it was affecting their distribution.

Two stuck in M&M Mars factory chocolate tank, rescue underway

A rescue is underway at the Mars M&M factory in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania after two people became stuck in a chocolate tank.

Patrick Lyoya case: Chris Schurr charged with second-degree murder

Grand Rapids police officer Christopher Schurr, who fatally shot Patrick Lyoya on April 4, has been charged with one count of second-degree murder

The Courageous Women of Kabul: Standing Up to the Taliban's Burqa Decree

Despite the Taliban's grip on power and recently introduced requirement that women cover themselves, some refuse to be intimidated. They organize demonstrations and continue to fight for their rights. We spoke to three of them.

5 Marines dead after military aircraft crash in Imperial County, California

Five Marines were killed after a military aircraft crashed on Wednesday afternoon in the Imperial County desert.

Google misdirects one in 10 searches for abortion to ‘pregnancy crisis centers’

In US trigger states where the procedure may soon be illegal, searchers may be sent to shady anti-abortion centers

The January 6 committee is holding a series of public hearings

June 9, 2022 Huntsville Tribune The January 6 committee is holding a series of public hearings

Transgender girl asked to stop volunteering at church summer camp because of ‘life choice’

Two days in, her family was told she couldn’t anymore — initially — because she made a “life choice” that caused some distraction at camp.

(VIDEO) Residents of a Chinese city began to panic that the end of the world had come after the sky above them turned red

"A terrible sight in China has upset the people. The sky changed its color and became red. That was enough to cause panic among the people. You can hear the panic in the voices of the citizens of the city of Zhushan, which is located near Shanghai in China. The sky over their city suddenly turned red due

Ukraine's Zelenskiy imposes sanctions on Putin and his allies

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has signed a decree imposing sanctions, including asset freezes and travel bans, on Russian President Vladimir Putin and dozens of other top Russian officials, his website said on Thursday.

DEVELOPING UPDATE: Woman speaks out against sexual harrassment by North Charleston mayor, Keith Summey [VIDEO INTERVIEW]

A North Charleston city employee is talking publicly about what she says she experienced at the hands of the city and Mayor Keith Summey. &ldquo;I&rsquo;m trying to heal myself from the sexual abuse and the abuse of power that they have put onto me," Delisa Reynolds said. Caption: Delisa Reynolds speaks out against alleged harassment by North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey. (WCIV) In an interview, she accused Summey of creating a hostile work environment while abusing his power.

PGA Tour suspends members for playing at LIV Golf event

The PGA Tour is suspending all its members who are playing in this week's LIV Golf Invitational event at Centurion Club.

Police shoot man 'aggressively trying' to get into Alabama elementary school, official say

GADSDEN, Ala. (WBMA) &mdash; A man tried to enter an Alabama elementary school Thursday morning and was shot, according to officials. Title: LIVESTREAM. Start time: 06/09/2022 12:55:40 PM. End time: 06/12/2022 12:55:40 PM. Details about the incident were not disclosed, but authorities said all children at Walnut Park Elementary School in Gadsden were safe. Gadsden City Schools Superintendent Tony Reddick said a man was "aggressively trying" to get into the building.

PGA Tour Suspends Current and Former Players Now Competing in LIV Golf

In a memo written to current PGA Tour players, commissioner Jay Monahan said expectations of some LIV players to reap Tour opportunities 'disrespects you.'

Woman known as 'Baby Holly' found alive 40 years after her parents were killed in Texas

A woman known as "Baby Holly" is alive 40 years after her parents, Tina Gail Linn Clouse and Harold Dean Clouse Jr., were found dead in Houston.

Gas prices hit $5 national average after rapid rise

In California, the state with the highest prices, drivers are paying an average of $6.40 per gallon.

Stepfather found guilty of abusing boy who was rescued by quick-thinking Florida waitress

A Florida man on Monday was convicted of abusing his stepson, whose rescue last year made national headlines after a quick-thinking Orlando waitress and restaurant manager used covert signals to get the child help.

Justice Department opens probe into Louisiana State Police

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department is opening a “pattern-or-practice” investigation into the Louisiana State Police amid mounting evidence that the agency has looked the other way in the face of beatings of mostly Black men, including the deadly 2019 arrest of Ronald Greene.

Facebooks fails again to detect hate speech in ads

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The test couldn't have been much easier — and Facebook still failed. Facebook and its parent company Meta flopped once again in a test of how well they could detect obviously violent hate speech in advertisements submitted to the platform by the nonprofit groups Global Witness and Foxglove.

Explosion at US natural gas plant raises risk of shortages in Europe

Freeport LNG to shut down for at least three weeks after incident at Texas Gulf coast facility

FBI: Gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelley arrested, home searched

Kelley was seen at the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, though he has said he didn’t go inside the building. It is not clear if the arrest is related.

Britons captured by Russian forces sentenced to death.

Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner are sentenced alongside Moroccan Saaudun Brahim at a court held by pro-Russian rebels.

ex congressman from philly convicted election fraud

U.S. Attorneys say Michael “Ozzie” Myers bribed election judges for two South Philadelphia wards to pump up fake votes for his candidates.

Britons sentenced to death after ‘show trial’ in Russian-occupied Ukraine

Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner were captured while fighting in Ukrainian army

Russian soldiers smashed up a Ukrainian school. Then they purportedly left messages for pupils urging peace.

When Ukrainian forces regained control of Katyuzhanka, a village north of Kyiv that had been under Russian occupation for more than a month in March, they found the local school wrecked. Any equipment that hadn't been stolen was smashed, there was a makeshift cemetery in the school yard and deep trenches had been dug across the football pitch.

Ukraine war latest: Britons captured by Russian forces sentenced to death - BBC News

Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner are sentenced alongside a Moroccan national in a court held by pro-Russian rebels.

Michigan soaring gas prices forces sheriff to cut response to non-urgent calls, deputies work by phone

High gas prices are putting the brakes on sheriff’s deputies in a mid-Michigan county. The Isabella County sheriff said some calls will be handled over the phone instead of sending an officer.

‘Pay or surrender him’: Woman forced to give up puppy over $10,000 veterinary bill

A woman is pleading to get her puppy back after she was forced to surrender him due to a medical bill.

New vaccine may be option for troops with religious concerns

WASHINGTON (AP) — A COVID-19 vaccine that could soon win federal approval may offer a boost for the U.S. military: an opportunity to get shots into some of the thousands of service members who have refused other coronavirus vaccines for religious reasons.

Pentagon ends long-standing restrictions on service members with HIV

LGBTQ advocates are praising the move while acknowledging that people with HIV remain barred from enlisting in the U.S. military.

Polish president compares Putin to Hitler

President Duda excoriated Germany's Scholz and France's Macron for warning against "humiliating" Putin over the invasin of Ukraine. He accused them of legitimizing Russian atrocities.

Geico ordered to pay $5.2M to woman who got HPV in a car

In a bizarre twist, a Missouri woman was awarded a $5.2 million judgment after a man knowingly infected her with HPV during intimate activities in his car.

Australian Capital to Decriminalise Possession of Most Illicit Drugs.

Under the proposed law, police would continue to crack down on dealers but people found with small amounts would be fined rather than charged.

Redditch-based pharmacy chain gets counselling for staff over abuse

The Knights pharmacy chain says it has also brought in security guards to protect staff.

Hundreds of Cockroaches Released in an Upstate New York Courtroom

A courthouse in upstate New York was closed for fumigation Tuesday after hundreds of cockroaches were released during an altercation that broke out at an...

The US is heavily reliant on China and Russia for its ammo supply chain. Congress wants to fix that

The mineral antimony is critical to the defense-industrial supply chain and is needed to produce everything from armor-piercing bullets and explosives to nuclear weapons as well as sundry other military equipment, such as night vision goggles.

USMC V-22 Osprey crashed in Southern California near Arizona and Mexican border, 4 possible deaths

Rumors that nuclear material was onboard have been dismissed by authorities. 

Mexican megachurch leader jailed in US for more than 16 years for child sexual abuse

La Luz del Mundo ‘apostle’<strong> </strong>Naasón Joaquín García sentenced after admitting three abuse charges in Californian court

This tiny Colorado town may change its name to “Kush.” Seriously.

"Kush," a moniker for marijuana named after the Hindu Kush mountain range in south-central Asia, could be the next Humboldt County, California. The Napa Valley for bud.

Mexican megachurch leader gets more than 16 years for abuse

The leader of La Luz del Mundo church has been sentenced to more than 16 years in a California prison for sexually abusing girls

New York woman finds lost dachshund -- in Hilary Swank's lap

A New York woman searching for her lost dog got a surprise when it was found by Oscar-winning actor Hilary Swank

FBI raids Simi Valley home of man charged with attempted murder of Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh

The FBI raided the home in Simi Valley after the man was arrested outside of Justice Brett Kavanaugh&#039;s home in Maryland.

"Alarming": Top US General On Chinese Infra Build-Up Near Ladakh

General Charles A. Flynn, Commanding General, US. Army Pacific described it as "destabilizing and corrosive behaviour" by China as he talked about the Chinese infrastructure build-up across the Himalayan frontier.

Japan's outdoor mask relaxation yet to filter through

When the coronavirus pandemic began over two years ago, people in Japan quickly donned masks en masse with little complaint. But now the government has relaxed its guidance on outdoor mask usage, the message appears not be to filtering through.

Michigan is poised to become 14th state to mandate personal finance education

The Michigan House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a personal finance education bill by a vote of 94-13.

House votes to set minimum age of 21 for buying semi-automatic weapons in response to Buffalo, Uvalde shootings

WASHINGTON (AP) — House votes to set minimum age of 21 for buying semi-automatic weapons in response to Buffalo, Uvalde shootings.

Sandy Hook families defamed by Alex Jones want him to pay their legal fees fighting his ‘sham’ bankruptcy

Families of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting say they want to be reimbursed for fighting Alex Jones' "sham" bankruptcy.

La Luz del Mundo megachurch leader jailed for child sex abuse

Naasón Joaquín García pleaded guilty last week to sexually abusing girls from his congregation.

Arizona executes Frank Atwood for 1984 killing of young girl

FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona man convicted of murder in the 1984 killing of an 8-year-old girl was put to death Wednesday in the state’s second execution since officials resumed carrying out the death penalty in May following a nearly eight-year hiatus.

High court limits suing officials over rights violations

It’s the latest in a line of cases narrowing the public’s ability to sue federal officials for rights violations.

US Marine Corps aircraft crashes in California desert

Civilian and military emergency teams respond to crash in Imperial county, with no details yet available about those onboard

Twitter set to comply with Elon Musk demand for data on fake accounts

Network ready to provide stream of daily data after world’s richest man threatened to pull out of $44bn purchase if Twitter refused

US tourist throws scooter down Rome’s Spanish Steps, causing €25,000 damage

Incident at world heritage site comes fortnight after another tourist drove a Maserati down the steps

The last surviving ration pack from D-Day was found in a Dorset museum

Elliot Metcalfe, the director of the Keeps Military Museum in Dorchester, U.K., has found what he believes to be the last surviving ration pack from the Normandy landings as Allied nations commemorate the 78th anniversary of D-Day this week.

Ron DeSantis' press secretary registers as foreign agent after getting dinged by Department of Justice

Georgia on her mind

6 members of the Haitian Special Olympics soccer contingent are missing, Florida authorities say

Six members of a Haitian Special Olympics contingent are missing, according to a news release from the Osceola County Sheriff's Office.

Woman charged with manslaughter after newborn found in garbage bin

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Police arrest an armed man outside Justice Kavanaugh's house

An armed man arrested near Kavanaugh's home was charged with "attempts to kidnap or murder, or threatens to assault, kidnap or murder" the justice, according to a charging document in the case.

Donald Trump to testify in New York investigation into his business practices

Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr will also testify in attorney general Letitia James’ inquiry into Trump Organization

Dozens tumble as Mexican footbridge collapses during opening ceremony

Mayor of Cuernavaca was inaugurating structure when it gave way, injuring eight people, many with broken bones

Cancer disappears in every patient during experimental immunotherapy treatment trial | World News

The cancer went into remission in all the 12 patients and was then said to be undetectable. "This is the first time this has happened in the history of cancer," one of the lead authors said.

Colombian army shares pictures of shipwreck carrying billions in lost treasure, including gold, silver and emeralds

The Royal Navy sank the galleon in 1708 during the War of the Spanish Succession, but its resting place had been a mystery for more than three centuries. Today its contents could be worth billions.

AP News: Mexican megachurch leader faces more than 16 years in prison

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The leader of a Mexican megachurch faces more than 16 years in a California prison when sentenced Wednesday for sexually abusing three girls who were followers. Naasón Joaquín García, 53, who is considered the “apostle” of Jesus Christ by his 5 million worldwide followers, had vigorously fought charges that included child rape, until abruptly accepting a plea deal on the eve of trial.

Armed man arrested for threat to kill Justice Kavanaugh

WASHINGTON (AP) — A man carrying a gun, a knife and zip ties was arrested Wednesday near Justice Brett Kavanaugh's house in Maryland after threatening to kill the justice. Nicholas John Roske of Simi Valley, California, who was identified in a criminal complaint charging him with the attempted murder of a Supreme Court justice, was dressed in black when he arrived by taxi just after 1 a.m.

Praise for Uvalde shooter and call for copycats is growing online, Homeland Security warns

In a U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security bulletin released Thursday, officials sounded the...

Canada: two died as police sought approval to tweet 2020 mass shooting warning

Public inquiry hears of police delays and communication failures during attack in Nova Scotia in which 22 people died

Tesla barred from pausing race bias case while challenging agency's powers

Tesla Inc cannot pause a California civil rights agency's lawsuit alleging widespread race discrimination at an assembly plant while the electric carmaker separately challenges the agency's ability to sue employers, a judge ruled on Wednesday.

CEOs are enjoying huge paydays while their workers struggle to pay bills

Despite all the buzz about the "Great Resignation" and a renaissance for the working classes in America, a new report finds the gap between executive and worker pay is only widening.

The CEO who fired 900 people over Zoom is accused of misleading investors

Vishal Garg, the Better.com CEO who fired 900 employees over Zoom just before Christmas, has been sued by a former executive for allegedly misleading investors.

Family sues Meta, blames Instagram for daughter’s eating disorder and self-harm

A lawsuit against Meta claims Instagram resulted in an eating disorder, self-harm and thoughts of suicide for a preteen girl over several years of "addictive" use.

Waterworld visitors report nausea and eye irritations

Two were taken to hospital and 46 people treated at the incident at Stoke-on-Trent's Waterworld.

Families of kids wounded in Uvalde school shooting sue suspected gunman’s estate

The families of four students injured in the Uvalde school shooting filed a lawsuit against the suspected gunman's estate.

MEPs vote to end sale of petrol and diesel car by 2035 in EU

European parliament defeats centre-right lawmakers’ attempts to weaken climate target

LeoVegas Gaming Company Receives Probe from the Swedish Economic Crime Authority on Suspicion of Insider Trading

LeoVegas received news of the fact that they were under investigation for possible insider trading in the wake of their acquisition by MGM.

Chicago woman says stranger moved into home for sale and refuses to leave

A Chicago woman says a stranger moved into her vacant Chatham property and is refusing to leave, and police say they can't do anything about it.

Pro-Russia officials open trial against Britons captured fighting in Ukraine | Ukraine

Prosecutors from self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic say men face death penalty

Grand jury declines criminal charges for Springfield officer who ran over shooting victim last year

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Justice Dept. names 9 to aid in review of Uvalde shooting

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department has named a team of nine people, including an FBI official and former police chiefs, to aid in a review of the law enforcement response to the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school shooting that left 19 children and two teachers dead.

Armed man arrested near Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home. Man told authorities he planned to kill the Justice

An armed man was arrested overnight near the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, several law enforcement officials say. NBC's Pete Williams has details.

CDC raises monkeypox alert as global cases surpass 1,000

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has stepped up its monkeypox guidance as global cases of the virus surpass 1,000.

U.S. SEC chief unveils plan to overhaul Wall Street stock trading

The top U.S. securities regulator on Wednesday proposed rule changes to transform how Wall Street handles retail stock trades after the meme stock mania last year raised questions about whether mom-and-pop investors were getting the best price.

U.S. to phase out single-use plastic on public lands, national parks by 2032

The U.S. Interior Department said on Wednesday it will phase out single-use plastic products on public lands by 2032, including in national parks, in a move aimed at tackling a major source of U.S. plastic waste as recycling efforts falter.

EU lawmakers support effective ban for new fossil-fuel cars from 2035

European Parliament lawmakers on Wednesday voted to support an effective EU ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035, rejecting attempts to weaken the proposal to speed Europe's shift to electric vehicles.

Johnson is ally and I'm happy he's still PM, Ukraine's president says

Volodymyr Zelensky hails Boris Johnson as an "important ally" after the UK PM survives an attempt to oust him.

‘Needle spiking’ fears rise in Europe, but crime ‘really difficult’ to trace

A spate of injection attacks reported in countries including Britain, France, Belgium and the Netherlands has sparked investigations.

Archaeologists Discover Hundreds of Ancient Settlements North of Hadrian’s Wall

Archaeologists were able to uncover one-hundred and thirty-four settlements north of Hadrian’s wall that had never been seen before. The discoveries that the archaeologists have made were part of the “Beyond Walls: Reassessing Iron Age and Roman Encounters in Northern Britain project” The findings hold critical answers to Roman occupation and daily life in the…

A 10-year-old girl was arrested after police say she fatally shot a woman arguing with her mom

A 10-year-old girl was arrested Tuesday after authorities say she fatally shot a woman who was arguing with her mother, according to the Orlando Police Department.

Michigan moves to outlaw fake urine as marijuana popularity soars

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Russian Duma mulls revoking recognition of Lithuanian independence

A draft bill submitted to the Russian State Duma calls for repealing the resolution of the Soviet Union State Council “O...

Armed man arrested outside Brett Kavanaugh's home after threatening Supreme Court justice

A man with a weapon was arrested early Tuesday morning by police near the Maryland home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, authorities said.

Armed man arrested outside Brett Kavanaugh’s home after threatening Supreme Court justice

A man with a weapon was arrested early Tuesday morning by police near the Maryland home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, authorities said.

'I'm not ready': 2 Uvalde victims who texted 'I love you' to be buried next to one another

The two children will be buried this week at Hillcrest Cemetery in Uvalde, Texas. Their mothers made the decision to have their 10-year-olds buried side by side.

UK police authorised to charge Harvey Weinstein with indecent assault

CPS says charges have been authorised against US former film producer over alleged 1996 assault in London

Weinstein to be charged with assault in UK

The former producer will be charged with two counts of indecent assault against a woman in 1996.

Mortgage demand falls to the lowest level in 22 years, amid rising rates and slowing home sales

Mortgage demand continues to fall as interest rates rise further and affordability in the housing market weakens.

Iran turns off 2 of UN nuclear watchdog's cameras

move disabling camera at uranium enrichment in nuclear site seen as pressure tactic ahead of IAEA vote on Iranian violations of nuclear agreement and lies to UN agency

Honest Tea creator plans a second act for organic tea born in Bethesda | WTOP News

Coca-Cola maybe be phasing out its Honest Tea line of organic teas, but the company, which was born out of Bethesda Maryland, will be making a comeback.

Sir David Attenborough knighted for a second time.

The broadcaster and conservationist was honoured by the Prince of Wales at Windsor Castle.

'Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey' turns children's classic into horror

This isn't your childhood Winnie the Pooh.

Todd and Julie Chrisley, stars of TV show 'Chrisley Knows Best,' found guilty on federal charges

Todd and Julie Chrisley, reality television stars from "Chrisley Knows Best," found guilty on federal charges including bank fraud and tax evasion.

Police release sketch of little girl found dead in Toronto dumpster

Toronto police on Tuesday released composite sketches of a little girl whose body was found in a dumpster in a high-end neighbourhood a month ago. Police have also released a photo of a vehicle of interest as part of their investigation.

Accused ‘pillowcase rapist’ charged in string of decades-old Florida attacks

Advanced DNA technology helped detectives link the cases of six women to a man accused of being the “pillowcase rapist” for a string of rapes back in the 1980s.

Simone Biles, others seek $1B-plus from FBI over Nassar

DETROIT (AP) — Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles and dozens of other women who say they were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar are seeking more than $1 billion from the FBI for failing to stop the now convicted sports doctor when the agency first received allegations against him, lawyers said Wednesday.

Germany: Car drives into crowd in Berlin, 1 dead

At least one person was killed and several injured as a car crashed into a crowd in the western Berlin district of Charlottenburg. Police said a suspect was detained.

WalMart expands transportation partnerships with electric, hydrogen vehicle pilots

Retail giant Walmart Inc on Wednesday said it was expanding transportation pilots with manufacturers of electric, hydrogen and natural gas-powered vehicles, including Cummins Inc and Daimler Truck's Freightliner.

Gupta brothers arrested in Dubai over alleged corruption in South Africa

Business owners at the centre of a scandal that led to former president Jacob Zuma’s resignation

Berlin: One dead and others hurt as car drives into pedestrians

Police say it is unclear whether the incident was an accident or a deliberate attack.

FBI seizes retired general’s data related to Qatar lobbying

The FBI has seized the electronic data of a retired four-star general who authorities say made false statements and withheld “incriminating” documents about his role in an illegal foreign lobbying campaign on behalf of the wealthy Persian Gulf nation of Qatar.

Chattanooga business owners consider security options after Sunday's mass shooting

Downtown bars and restaurants are usually packed with people on weekend night. But the recent mass shootings in Chattanooga, including the latest on Sunday that left 3 dead and 14 others injured, is raising questions about security, especially in the after hours. On Tuesday, we spoke to a downtown Chattanooga bar owner to see how they're considering security in a new light. Mary's Bar & Grill shooting 5. png. The shooting on McCallie happened in front of Mary's Bar & Grill.

Berlin: About 30 injured after vehicle drives into crowd

A man believed to be the driver of the vehicle has been detained, Berlin police said.

Vatican documents show secret back channel between Pope Pius XII and Adolph Hitler

A series of recently opened Vatican archives are shedding new light on the relationship between Pope Pius XII and Adolph Hitler as he led Nazi Germany during World War II. A new book takes a deeper look at these revelations. Historian David Kertzer, author of “The Pope At War: The Secret History of Pope Pius XII, Mussolini, and Hitler,” joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.

10-year-old Orlando girl arrested on murder charge in shooting death of woman who was fighting with her mom

The 10-year-old, who we are not identifying at this time, was arrested Tuesday and charged with second-degree murder.

Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson saw at least 66 massage therapists over 17-month period, report says

The New York Times reported Tuesday that Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson booked massage appointments with at least 66 different women over 17 months, from fall 2019 through spring 2021.

Russia court orders arrest of Metro 2033 writer

Dmitry Glukhovsky, the author of Metro 2033, a 2002 post-apocalyptic fiction novel, faces up to 10 years in prison.

San Francisco ousts liberal DA Chesa Boudin in heated recall

San Francisco on Tuesday has voted to recall progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin in a heated campaign that bitterly divided Democrats over crime, policing and public safety reform.

Chesa Boudin thoroughly defeated in San Francisco recall election, results show

Here are the results from the Chesa Boudin recall election in San Francisco.

Chesa Boudin getting annihilated in San Francisco recall results

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Man bitten by gator he mistook for dog in Florida, deputies say

A man was bitten by an alligator he thought was a dog in Sarasota County, deputies said.

Victims speak up as Japan moves to protect young people in porn

As Japan's parliament debates a new law drafted to protect young people who signed contracts to perform in pornographic productions, two women have spoken out about the abuses they suffered in the shady industry, hoping the legislation will be a "first step" toward ending exploitation.

Where in the world is Kaitlin Armstrong? U.S. Marshals Announce Reward For Suspect in the Murder of Cyclist Mo Wilson

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Megachurch pastor arrested in sexual assault investigation

Bruxy Cavey, 57, has been arrested by Hamilton Policce for alleged sexual assault.

Fire at western NY anti-abortion center investigated as arson

Town police said a fire at CompassCare at 1230 Eggert Road, off Main Street, was reported at 2:30 a.m. today.

Three Arizona police officers are placed on leave after looking on as a man drowned

Sean Bickings, 34, drowned after beginning to swim in Tempe Town Lake. Officers watched from the shore as Bickings struggled in the water.

GOP-led Legislature to step in as defendant in high profile Michigan abortion lawsuit

The Republican-led state Legislature plans to step in as the defendant in a case challenging the constitutionality of Michigan's abortion ban

Woman admits starting north Spokane Home Depot fire

A Spokane woman admitted she started the fire that caused several million dollars in damage to the north Spokane Home Depot two weeks ago as cover to hide the theft of paper towels, a bag of Miracle-Gro and a plant, according to court documents.

SDF will turn to Assad if Turkey attacks in Syria | Turkey-Syria Border News

Reports state that Russia and Syrian government forces have bolstered their presence in northern Syria.

Fed GDP tracker shows the economy could be on the brink of a recession

The Atlanta Fed's GDPNow tracker is now pointing to an annualized gain of just 0.9% for the second quarter.

Police: Man kills himself at traffic stop after allegedly trying to abduct child

A person saw the man allegedly trying to take a child in and called police with vehicle description and where the driver was headed.

UN says Yemen’s warring parties agree to renew truce

CAIRO (AP) — The United Nations said Thursday that Yemen’s warring parties have agreed to renew a nationwide truce for another two months. The development offered a glimmer of hope for the country, plagued by eight years of civil war — though significant obstacles remain to lasting peace.

Several Tampa Bay Rays players decline to wear LGBTQ logos on uniforms for Pride Night, reports say

Several players on the Tampa Bay Rays did not wear LGBTQ logos on their uniforms for the team's Pride Night celebration during Saturday's game against the Chicago White Sox.

Japan central bank chief under fire for saying people can withstand inflation

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda makes a rare apology for saying at an event the previous day that consumers have become more "tolerant" of price hikes, following criticism that the remark was inappropriate.

Texas school shooting: Uvalde-born actor Matthew McConaughey calls for more gun control in poignant White House speech

Gun owner McConaughey seemed to fight back tears and choke up, as he talked about the victims - and told Americans that over gun control legislation, it was time to take "a look in the mirror".

Jail term for Nintendo pirate Gary Bowser was "unique opportunity" to set example, court documents reveal | Eurogamer.net

Court documents detailing the sentencing of Nintendo game pirate Gary Bowser have shed new light on how his 40-month se…

Residents of luxury San Francisco apartment building, 33 Tehama, evacuated after flood hits every floor

Hundreds of residents of San Francisco's 33 Tehama were evacuated with a moment's notice from their homes Friday after a burst water pipe flooded the building.

Novavax Covid vaccine clears key step on path to FDA authorization after committee endorses the shot

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Arizona investigators reviewing officer conduct after man drowned in reservoir during domestic dispute call

State and local agencies will investigate the death of a man in Tempe, Arizona, last month who drowned after police officers responding to a disturbance call did not enter the water to reach the man, city and state officials announced Monday.

10-year-old Orlando girl arrested on murder charge in shooting death of woman who was fighting with her mom

The 10-year-old, who we are not identifying at this time, was arrested Tuesday and charged with second-degree murder.

FDA Panel Approves Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine

If the FDA ultimately agrees, Novavax's option could become the nation's fourth COVID-19 vaccine.

Arizona's 1st probable monkeypox case in Maricopa County

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona health officials announced Tuesday that they have identified the state’s first probable monkeypox case in Maricopa County. They said testing at the Arizona State Public Health Laboratory returned a presumptive positive result and confirmatory testing is underway at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

U.S. wins case to seize Russian superyacht in Fiji, sails away

The United States won a legal battle on Tuesday to seize a Russian-owned superyacht in Fiji and wasted no time in taking command of the $325 million vessel.

Target says it will cut prices as Americans’ spending habits drop

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Police: 10-year-old Florida girl charged with murder in shooting death of Orlando woman

The 10-year-old girl who police said shot and killed a woman her mother was involved in a fight with last week has been charged with murder, according to police.

Video shows man throwing woman onto New York City subway tracks

Surveillance video captured the terrifying moments when a man threw a woman onto New York City subway tracks over the weekend, police said Monday.

US import demand is dropping off a cliff

There’s no wave of containers coming to rescue U.S. freight markets. Booking data shows that U.S. imports are cratering.

Teen arrested in Ontario after mass shooting threats made toward Florida LGBTQ event: police

A teen has been arrested in Mississauga, Ont. after allegedly making online threats to commit a mass shooting at an LGBTQ pride event in West Palm Beach, Fla., authorities say.

These cell phones can't make calls or access the internet. ICE is using them to track migrants

Immigration and Customs Enforcement is monitoring nearly a quarter of a million migrants in the US via a program using GPS ankle monitors, phones or an app known as SmartLINK.

DHS terror threat bulletin warns online forums are encouraging copycat Uvalde attacks

DHS is concerned younger people may be inspired by online content that fuels their &quot;personal grievances and often inaccurate misperceptions about current events.&quot;

U.S. service member a possible suspect in attack on American base in Syria that wounded 4 troops

The U.S. military has launched an investigation into whether an American service member was behind an attack on a small U.S. base in eastern Syria in April.

Illinois found to be routinely housing wards of the state in Chicago’s jail for kids

The state’s child welfare agency says it has nowhere else to put the children. Opponents call it cruel, and a civil rights violation.

PayPal allows transfer of crypto to external wallets

PayPal Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it will now allow users to transfer cryptocurrencies including bitcoin to external wallets, nearly two years after the fintech giant opened up its platform to digital currencies.

Explainer: Why France's legislative elections matter

France heads to the polls on June 12 and 19 for parliamentary elections.

US sees heightened extremist threat heading into midterms

WASHINGTON (AP) — A looming Supreme Court decision on abortion , an increase of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border and the midterm elections are potential triggers for extremist violence over the next six months, the Department of Homeland Security said Tuesday.

At least 12 dead in another weekend of mass shootings across America

The first weekend of June marked a greater number of mass shooting deaths in the United States than the previous three-day weekend, which ended with Memorial Day.

Prisma Health employee dies after mental patient strikes groin

WIS has contacted Prisma Health for a statement.

Jim Seals of Seals and Crofts dies, aged 80

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2 Suspects Arrested in South Street Mass Shooting

Two people are in custody in connection to the mass shooting that killed three people and wounded 11 others on South Street in Philadelphia over the weekend.

EU clinches world first deal on single mobile charging port | Technology News

Move means most mobile phones, tablets and cameras will be required to have a USB Type-C charging port from late 2024.

Jose Inez Garcia Zarate Gets Time Served In 2015 Kate Steinle Shooting Death | Pleasanton, CA Patch

A California federal judge on Monday sentenced the Mexican man acquitted of murder in the 2015 shooting death of Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier to the seven years he&#039;s already spent in jail.

Florida mom charged with manslaughter after 2-year-old son shoots dad in back

A Florida mother was charged in the death of her husband after their 2-year-old son appeared to fatally shoot him in the back, authorities said Monday.

DHS warns of domestic violent extremists who praise Uvalde shooting

Domestic violent extremists praised last month's school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and called for at least one copycat attack, the Department of Homeland Security said.

Uvalde massacre coverage: Media hassled by out-of-town police

Law enforcement has intimidated, harassed and impeded journalists covering the aftermath of the Robb Elementary School shooting.

$3M settlement reached in lawsuit over Black man fatally shot by N.C. deputies

A North Carolina sheriff’s office announced a $3 million settlement on Monday in a lawsuit filed by the family of Andrew Brown Jr., a Black man who was shot and killed by sheriff's deputies.

AI-driven robot boat Mayflower crosses Atlantic Ocean

The crewless ship is in Canada after setting off from Plymouth in the UK in April.

Lyondell would shut Houston oil refinery early on major equipment failure, sources say

LyondellBasell Industries is planning to shut its Houston oil refinery by the end of next year but that closure could come more quickly if an equipment failure hits major units, according to two people familiar with the company's operations, heightening stresses on U.S. refining capacity and fuel prices.

Swedish government survives no-confidence vote with help of former Kurdish fighter

Sweden's government survived a no-confidence vote on Tuesday with the help of a lawmaker whose demands for support for Kurds in Northern Syria could complicate its attempts to join NATO.

'Cowards': Teacher who survived Uvalde shooting slams police response Arnulfo Reyes, from hospital bed, vows students won’t "die in vain."

Less than two weeks after surviving the second-most deadly school shooting in U.S. history, Arnulfo Reyes offered the most vivid account yet of what transpired in Uvalde.

Global Economic Prospects June 2022

Compounding the damage from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has magnified the slowdown in the global economy, which is entering what could become a protracted period of feeble growth and elevated inflation, according to the World Bank’s latest Global Economic Prospects report. This raises the risk of stagflation, with potentially harmful consequences for middle- and low-income economies alike.

Your liver is younger than you think

New research reveals that humans’ livers are forever young, clocking in at less than three years old despite their hosts’ biological age.

OnlyFans says it's not seeing a Netflix-like slowdown in subscribers despite rising inflation

OnlyFans executives say the platform is not experiencing a slowdown in subscriber numbers despite climbing prices.

Germany and Africa forge energy ties

Germany is keen to ditch Russian oil and gas for good and find new sources of energy, while Africa has abundant fuel reserves. The German-Africa Energy Forum is helping delegates develop mutually beneficial partnerships.

USB-C will be mandatory for phones sold in the EU ‘by autumn 2024’

EU to enforce mandatory USB-C connector for mobile devices incl. phones in 2024

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Arizona police placed on leave after watching man drown

Three Arizona officers watched a man who was begging for help drown in a reservoir.

'Act like you're asleep': Wounded Uvalde teacher recounts chilling moment he 1st saw gunman

An elementary school teacher wounded in Uvalde described the chilling moments he first encountered a gunman who would take the lives of 19 students and two teachers.

Jan. 6 insurrection: A viewer’s guide to 1st public hearing

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly a year since its inception, the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol will go public with its findings starting this week as lawmakers hope to show the American public how democracy came to the brink of disaster.

EXPLAINER: Hundreds charged with crimes in Capitol attack

More than 800 people across the U.S. have been charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, which left officers bloodied and sent lawmakers into hiding, and federal authorities continue to make new arrests practically every week.

Mark Cuban aims to lower prescription drug prices with online pharmacy

People searching for cheaper alternatives to high priced prescription drugs have a new and perhaps unexpected option. It's an online pharmacy founded by Mark Cuban, a billionaire businessman, Shark Tank star and owner of the Dallas Mavericks. His new direct-to-consumer company, Cost Plus Drugs, offers more than 100 generic medications at discounted prices. He joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.

Woman charged with baby's death, out on probation after reaching plea deal - KVIA

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Man Injured in Shooting Inside Library in San Jose: Police

A man was injured in an apparent gang-related shooting that occurred inside a library in San Jose Monday afternoon, police said.

Report: The 'mind-blowingly enormous' money Tiger Woods declined to join LIV Golf

Tiger Woods reportedly turned down a huge, nine-figure offer to join the LIV Golf Tour, according to Greg Norman.

First on CNN: US Military investigating whether US service member carried out an insider attack on base in Syria that injured 4 Americans | CNN Politics

The US military is investigating whether an American service member set off explosives in an insider attack on a small US base in northern Syria that injured four service members in April, according to three defense officials and a statement from the military.

The U.S. has discarded over 82 million Covid vaccine doses, led by CVS and Walmart

Covid vaccine providers discarded 82.1 million doses in the U.S. from December 2020 through mid-May — just over 11 percent of all doses distributed.

Mother charged after Florida toddler fatally shoots father

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A 2-year old boy fatally shot his father in an accident after finding a gun, and the boy's mother is now facing criminal charges, authorities in Florida said Monday. Reggie Mabry, 26, was fatally shot late last month while he was playing a video game.

Taser maker proposed shock drones for schools. What could go wrong?

The project, announced after the Uvalde school shooting, led most of the Taser maker’s ethics advisers to resign: “You cannot address these horrific national tragedies … by throwing a Taser on a drone.”

Florida fire chief accused of fatally shooting shop owner over alleged business dispute

A Florida fire chief was accused of fatally shooting a shop owner after a dispute over a business deal, authorities said Monday.

Food banks stretched thin as food prices rise, increasing hunger and food insecurity

TORONTO - A growing number of Canadians are struggling to afford groceries as prices for basics like pasta, bread and meat all soar, a new survey sugg...

Justice Department expands Jan. 6 case with Proud Boys indictment

On Monday, the Department of Justice charged the longtime leader of the Proud Boys Enrique Tarrio and four of his top lieutenants with the extremely rare charge of seditious conspiracy over the Jan. 6 insurrection. 

'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — The “Donkey Kong defense” came into play Monday at a civil trial over sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby, as his attorney pressed a key witness over previous statements that she had played the arcade game during a visit with Cosby to the Playboy Mansion in 1975, six years before its release.

Federal judge authorizes US to seize two of Roman Abramovich’s private jets

US justice department prosecutors say both jets flew to Russia in March, violating export restrictions

The world's biggest four-day work week pilot begins

Thousands of UK workers are starting a four-day work week from Monday with no cut to their pay in the largest trial of its kind.

Kyle Rittenhouse backs away from Texas A&M claim, will enroll at nearby 'feeder school'

The 19-year-old has amended previous statements implying he was enrolling as an Aggie in...

Arizona man drowns in lake as officers watch: ‘I’m not jumping in after you’

Three Tempe police officers who stood by as Sean Bickings drowned placed on non-disciplinary administrative paid leave

Arizona man drowns in lake as officers watch: ‘I’m not jumping in after you’

Three Tempe police officers who stood by as Sean Bickings drowned placed on non-disciplinary administrative paid leave

Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church service interrupted by abortion activists stripping down to demonstrate

Activists with Austin-based Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights shared video of the moment...

Another record-high Social Security cost-of-living adjustment in 2023 could put more money in retirees’ wallets, impact program’s funds

Early signs point to a higher Social Security cost-of-living adjustment for 2023. That may put more money in retirees' wallets and impact the program's funds.

Fed up with gas prices? Mass transit welcomes you aboard.

As gas prices soar to all-time highs, the Milwaukee County Transit System expects more people to catch a ride on public transportation.

Listen: Why Seattle police have stopped investigating new reports of adult sexual assaults

The Seattle Police Department has stopped investigating new reports of sexual assaults with adult victims, according to an internal memo sent to Interim Police Chief Adrian Diaz. Reporters Ashley Hiruko from KUOW and Sydney Brownstone of the Seattle Times sat down with KNKX's Vivian McCall to explain why this is happening and what this means for victims.

83-year-old woman attacked, killed by 3 dogs in northwest Calgary | Globalnews.ca

Police said the woman was found in the 1500 block of 21 Avenue N.W. at about 2 p.m., Sunday.

DOJ moves to seize 2 planes worth more than $400 million from Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich

The planned seizure of jets belonging to Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich is the latest U.S. government response to the invasion of Ukraine.

Dominican Republic minister shot dead in office

Orlando Jorge Mera, 55, was killed by a close friend as he was holding a meeting, officials say.

Boris Johnson confidence vote latest: Boris Johnson wins vote of confidence - BBC News

Nearly 150 Conservative MPs voted against the prime minister in a substantial rebellion.

Myrtle Beach Safari owner highlighted in ‘Tiger King’ accused of laundering over $500K

The owner of Myrtle Beach Safari has been charged with federal money laundering crimes.

UN: Climate shocks, war fuel multiple looming food crises

ROME (AP) — Two U.N. food agencies issued stark warnings Monday about multiple, looming food crises on the planet, driven by climate “shocks” like drought and worsened by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine that have sent fuel and food prices soaring.

U.S. charges Proud Boys leader, four lieutenants with seditious conspiracy in widening Jan. 6 plot

An indictment handed up by a federal grand jury in D.C. makes the Proud Boys the second far-right group whose members face the rare charge in the January 2021 Capitol attack, following the Oath Keepers and its founder Stewart Rhodes.

Five Tampa Bay Rays players decline to wear LGBTQ+ logo on uniform during Pride Night celebration

The players said it was a 'faith-based decision'

Muslim nations slam India over insulting remarks about Islam

NEW DELHI (AP) — India is facing major diplomatic outrage from Muslim-majority countries after top officials in the governing Hindu nationalist party made derogatory references to Islam and the Prophet Muhammad, drawing accusations of blasphemy across some Arab nations that have left New Delhi struggling to contain the damaging fallout.

Almost a quarter of Canadians report eating less than they should due to rising prices: survey

A new survey suggests a growing number of Canadians are struggling with the rising cost of food, as prices for basics like pasta, bread and meat all soar.

Ford to add over 6,000 U.S. jobs as it boosts electric vehicle production and prepares for a new Mustang

Ford will add 6,200 union jobs and promote another 3,000 temps to full-time status as it prepares to build more EVs and all-new versions of Mustang and Ranger.

Trial for 2 former cops charged in George Floyd's death delayed until 2023

The state trial for two former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death was delayed until next year by a judge.

New York governor signs law raising age to own semiautomatic rifle

New Yorkers under age 21 will be prohibited from buying semiautomatic rifles under a new law signed Monday by Gov. Kathy Hochul.

5 Tampa Bay Rays players decline to wear LGBTQ Pride-themed jerseys

Five Tampa Bay Rays players opted out of wearing LGBTQ Pride-themed uniforms during the team's annual Pride Night event.

JetBlue sweetens offer in buyout race for Spirit Airlines

JetBlue Airways Corp on Monday improved its offer for smaller rival Spirit Airlines Inc in an attempt to outstrip competition in the race to buy the low-cost carrier.

SKY 6 OVER SCENE: 1 dead after car falls from State Road 408 onto I-4 in downtown Orlando

A fatal crash at I-4 in downtown Orlando has shut down the express lanes and both entrances to I-4 from State Road 408.

Marlboro Man and ‘Melrose Place’ actor dies of COVID at 62

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Russia plans to restart German telescope unilaterally

Russian space agency Roscosmos says it will restart a telescope shut down by Germany over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. But a noted expert has warned that this might be dangerous to the instrument.

In historic shift, far fewer teens face adult US courts

David Harrington spent a tense eight months in a Philadelphia jail when he was a teenager — the result of a robbery charge in 2014 that automatically sent his case to the adult court system under state law.

Kyle Rittenhouse claims he’s going to Texas A&M. University says he isn't.

Kyle Rittenhouse claimed he'll attend Texas A&M University on a podcast, but university officials tell a different story, saying he has not been admitted as a student.

Disney apologizes to couple whose marriage proposal was thwarted by employee

Disney says, 'We regret how this was handled.'

Fifth-generation cattle rancher aims to build biggest U.S. beef plant

A fifth-generation cattle rancher and consultant plans to build the country's largest beef plant in South Dakota with capacity to slaughter 8,000 head of cattle a day.

Elon Musk says Twitter 'thwarting' spam data requests

The billionaire threatens to scrap his takeover, accusing Twitter of not giving him spam account information.

Musk threatens to walk away from Twitter deal

DETROIT (AP) — Elon Musk is threatening to walk away from his $44 billion bid to buy Twitter, accusing the company of refusing to give him information about its spam bot accounts .

Several Tampa Bay Rays players decline to wear LGBTQ logos on uniforms for Pride Night, reports say

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British geologist jailed in Iraq after taking artefacts

Jim Fitton, 66, is sentenced to 15 years for attempting to smuggle 12 stones and broken pottery.

How ‘lab-grown’ meat could help the planet and our health

Cultivated meat is made from animals cells, not livestock. Here's how it's made, where the US stands on approval and how it could affect human and environmental health.

Final case tied to college bribery scandal heads to trial

A father accused of bribing a Georgetown University tennis coach to help get his daughter into the school is set to face jurors in the final case linked to the sweeping college admissions bribery scandal to go to trial

Boris Johnson will face a vote of confidence on Monday

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will face a vote of confidence on Monday, triggered by discontented lawmakers in his own party.

Legal claims shed light on founder of faith group tied to Amy Coney Barrett

Examination of People of Praise comes as supreme court seems poised to reverse Roe v Wade

At least 12 dead in another weekend of mass shootings across America

The first weekend of June marked a greater number of mass shooting deaths in the United States than the previous three-day weekend, which ended with Memorial Day.

The deadly fire risk lurking inside your home

Exploding lithium-ion batteries are causing devastating house fires at an increasing rate as West Australians splurge on e-bikes, scooters, skateboards, drones, power tools and other rechargeable items.

President Biden evacuated after plane entered airspace near beach home in Delaware.

A small private airplane mistakenly entered restricted airspace near President Joe Biden’s Delaware vacation home Saturday, prompting the brief evacuation

Boris Johnson faces vote of confidence by lawmakers in UK

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will face a confidence vote by lawmakers in the governing Conservative Party later on Monday (Jun 6), the chairman of the 1922 Committee Graham Brady has told lawmakers. "The threshold of 15 per cent of the parliamentary party seeking a vote of confidence in the

Ukraine war: UK to send Ukraine M270 multiple-launch rocket systems

A small number of cutting-edge rocket systems will be sent, despite a fresh warning from Russia.

Russia strikes Kyiv again after weeks, Putin warns West on missile supplies

Russia struck Kyiv with missiles for the first time in more than a month, while President Vladimir Putin warned he would hit new targets in Ukraine if western nations supplied the country with longer-range missiles.

Thousands of UK workers begin world’s biggest trial of four-day week | Productivity

With work changed for ever by the pandemic, businesses are testing whether pilot represents a recognition that ‘the new frontier for competition is quality of life’

Amino acids found in asteroid samples collected by Hayabusa2 probe

More than 20 types of amino acids have been detected in samples Japan's Hayabusa2 space probe brought to Earth from an asteroid in late 2020, according to an official

Australia says China threatened plane over South China Sea

Australia says a Chinese fighter jet carried out dangerous maneuvers threatening the safety of one of its maritime surveillance planes over the South China Sea

Lakota elders helped a white man preserve their language. Then he tried to sell it back to them.

Wilhelm Meya and the Lakota Language Consortium pledged to preserve a Native American language. Their work set off a battle that led the Standing Rock Sioux to banish them.

1 person injured in Wayne County hospital shooting, officials say

One person injured in shooting at a Wayne County hospital Sunday night.

3 dead, 11 injured after shooting on South Street in Philadelphia

At least 14 people were shot, three of them killed, when gunmen fired into a crowd on South Street in Philadelphia late Saturday night.

Christopher Pratt, legendary Canadian painter, dead at 86

The art world is mourning the loss of one of Canada's greatest painters, who dedicated his career to redefining Newfoundland and Labrador landscapes and experiences, and also created the province's flag.

30 dogs, cats found dead in animal rescue CEO's home

Investigators said on May 22, they responded to a welfare check at her home in Columbia after a caller stated there was a “smell of death” emitting from her residence.

Google ordered to pay John Barilaro $715,000 over Friendlyjordies YouTube videos - Australia

Tech giant and comedian Jordan Shanks may face contempt of court charges over videos published during trial

South Korea and US fire eight missiles into sea in show of force to North Korea

Monday morning launches demonstrate ‘capability and readiness to carry out precision strikes’ on regime, a day after it carried out its own launches

Surveillance video shows 12-year-old firing gun during gas station robbery

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US Unemployment drops to lowest level since 1969

The jobs market in the US remained strong in May, with job growth above market estimates and an unexpected drop in first-time unemployment claims.

Agency ruling delivers big setback to Okefenokee mining plan A federal agency has delivered a big setback to a company's controversial plan to mine at the edge of the Okefenokee Swamp's vast wildlife refuge

A federal agency has delivered a big setback to a company's controversial plan to mine at the edge of the Okefenokee Swamp's vast wildlife refuge

Rectal Cancer Disappears After Experimental Use of Immunotherapy

Rectal cancer patients saw their tumors disappear in a clinical trial involving immunotherapy at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center—without surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy.

3 people killed in early morning shooting in Michigan

Three people are dead after an early morning shooting in Saginaw, Michigan

Former official and regulator sentenced to death by China for corruption

Tong Daochi, a former senior official of China's southern Hainan province and an ex-securities regulator, was sentenced to death for bribery and insider trading, with a two-year reprieve, the official Xinhua News Agency reported on Thursday.

Alec John Such, former bassist for Bon Jovi dies

Alec John Such, the bassist and a founding member of the iconic rock band Bon Jovi, has died. He was 70.

Victim of hit-and-run in Venice outraged over juvenile suspect's sentence

Security cameras captured the moment in Venice last August when a woman and her 8-month-old infant, who was in a stroller, were struck by a 16-year-old driver that then drove off.

Nigeria Owo church attack: Gunmen kill Catholic worshippers in Ondo

The armed men entered the church in south-west Nigeria during a service killing several people.

North Charleston mayor Keith Summey allegedly made sexual advances on city staffer

North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey and his family retaliated against a longtime city employee toward whom Summey allegedly made sexual advances in the early 2000s, according to interviews with the

California teen arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot 'up a school,' possession of 'ghost gun'

California police have arrested a 17-year-old who allegedly threatened a school shooting on social media.

Former Bon Jovi bassist, founding member Alec John Such dies

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Police: 3 killed, 2 injured in Saginaw shooting

SAGINAW, Mich. - Saginaw Police are investigating a shooting that left three people dead Sunday morning. Officers responded to the scene on South 11th Street in Saginaw at approximately 2:30 a. m. after receiving reports of a shooting where multiple people were struck. Trending links:Spokesman: Whitmer was on Wisconsin gunman's list of targetsPolice say two men were pronounced dead at the scene, and one woman was transported to a local hospital where she died from her injuries.

Milwaukee man charged for 6 murders - police discover selfie with victims

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'I'm not going to help you:' Man drowned in Tempe Town Lake as police watched, transcripts reveal

Tempe Police officials say fire officials found the body of a man in Tempe Town Lake. The man jumped into the lake after running away from law enforcement earlier in the day.

Gunfire erupts at Virginia party, leaving 1 dead, 7 hurt

CHESTERFIELD, Va. (AP) — A 20-year-old man was fatally shot and seven other young people were injured after gunfire erupted during a graduation party in central Virginia, police said Saturday. Two separate fights between attendees of the mostly outdoor party in Chester were reported shortly before police received a call about shots fired late Friday night, Chesterfield County Police Maj.

Michael Avenatti sentenced to 4 years in prison for defrauding Stormy Daniels

Avenatti was convicted of cheating client Stormy Daniels of hundreds of thousands of dollars in book proceeds.

NATO holds Baltic Sea naval exercises with Finland, Sweden

HELSINKI (AP) — NATO kicked off nearly a two-week U.S.-led naval exercise on the Baltic Sea on Sunday with more than 7,000 sailors, airmen and marines from 16 nations, including two aspiring to join the military alliance, Finland and Sweden.

Nigeria: gunmen kill dozens in ‘satanic’ attack on Catholic church

At least 50 people killed and dozens more injured in assault during Sunday mass in Ondo state

Six dead in Philadelphia, Chattanooga in latest U.S. mass shootings

Mass shootings in Philadelphia and Chattanooga, Tennessee, left at least six people dead and over 25 others wounded, police said on Sunday in the latest cases of gun violence after recent massacres in Texas, New York and Oklahoma.

Police: Man kills man in relationship with ex-wife, takes his own life in Fayette County

A man shot and killed another man in a relationship with his ex-wife before taking his own life in Hopwood.

Ukraine's hopes of reaching this year's World Cup end with defeat against Wales

It is on occasions such as this that sport's significance and insignificance are highlighted in equal measure.

Gang shooting leaves eight victims at Summerton graduation party

Investigators said the shooting happened Saturday evening.

Over 50 feared dead in Nigeria church attack, officials say

ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Gunmen opened fire on worshippers and detonated explosives at a Catholic church in southwestern Nigeria on Sunday, leaving dozens feared dead, state lawmakers said. The attackers targeted the St.

Exclusive: U.S. will allow two companies to ship Venezuelan oil to Europe

The shipments would resume oil-for-debt swaps halted two years ago when Washington stepped up sanctions on Venezuela, and could provide a symbolic boost for President Nicolas Maduro.

3 dead, at least 11 wounded in shooting in downtown Philadelphia

Police officers were patrolling the area when they heard multiple gunshots and witnessed several suspects firing into a large crowd.

Students of color push back on calls for police in schools

After the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school, schools around the country pledged to boost security measures and increased the presence of law enforcement on campus — partly to reassure parents and students.

Bangladesh fire: Over 40 killed, hundreds injured in depot blast

The explosion at a storage depot is the latest disaster in a country with a poor industrial safety record.

Nadal wins 14th French Open title, 22nd Slam

Rafael Nadal defeated Casper Ruud in straight sets Sunday to win his 14th French Open championship and 22nd Grand Slam title.

Police: Tennessee shooting leads to 3 dead, 14 injured

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — A shooting near a Tennessee nightclub early Sunday led to three deaths and 14 people suffering gunshot wounds and other injuries, police said. Fourteen people were hit by gunfire and three were hit by vehicles while trying to flee the scene, Chattanooga Police Chief Celeste Murphy said during a press conference.

Marriott to suspend all of its operations in Russia

Marriott has joined Starbucks and McDonald's in suspending all of its operations in Russia amid the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

Gang shooting leaves eight victims at Summerton graduation party

Investigators said the shooting happened Saturday evening.

14 injured, 3 dead in shooting at Chattanooga bar.

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Investigation: Pool water at 2 popular Vegas day clubs contains E. coli, high levels of bacteria

Lab testing of pool water at two of the most popular day clubs on the Las Vegas Strip revealed a bacteria count in the millions, and the samples contained E. coli, according to a recent investigation by Inside Edition.

Philadelphia shooting: At least 3 killed, 11 injured in mass shooting on South Street - CNN

At least three people were killed and 11 injured when multiple people opened fire in the busy South Street area of Philadelphia Saturday night, police said.

'Multiple victims' shot, critically hurt near downtown Chattanooga bar, say police

9AM UPDATE: A relative of one of the victims confirms to our crew on the scene that this shooting was a deadly one. Chattanooga Police have still not released the exact number of people shot, or whether any of the victims had died. Chattanooga Police say they will hold a news conference at 10:45 a. m. at the downtown precinct. Chattanooga Police say Chief Celeste Murphy and Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly will hold another news conference later in the day.

Convicted killer accidentally released from Western Washington prison

A convicted killer was accidentally released from a Western Washington prison earlier this week. A prosecutor who first handled the case scrambled to get a warrant and contact the U. S. Marshals Service, and that inmate has since been returned to custody. The victim's family calls the release a colossal mistake but a spokesperson for the state Department of Corrections (DOC) says they did nothing wrong. Jeremy Bennett pleaded guilty to killing Lawrence Howse, 54, in 2015.

At least 3 killed, 11 injured in shooting on Philadelphia’s South Street

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Mexico water supply buckles on worsening drought, putting crops at risk

A long-term drought that has hit two-thirds of Mexico looks set to worsen in coming weeks, with forecasts warning of high temperatures, crop damage and water shortages.

Supreme Court allows states to use unlawfully gerrymandered congressional maps in the 2022 midterm elections

Henry L. Chambers Jr. - Professor of Law, University of Richmond In the upcoming midterm elections, states may use maps that a federal court has found unlawful. You read that right: The U.S. Supreme Court recently barred federal courts from requiring states to fix their newly adopted, but unlawful, congressional maps before the 2022 midterm…

Uvalde Border Patrol agent hailed as hero collects $17,000 in personal fundraiser

More than 200 people have donated funds to the Uvalde border agent who saved his wife and daughter. Others questioned the ethics of the fundraiser.

Oil prices record sixth weekly gain despite Opec+ output boost

Market remains tight as China emerges from Covid-related lockdowns, the EU moves forward with its ban on most Russian oil imports, and consumption rises during the summer season

Cocoa man riding bicycle dies after hit-and-run crash sends him into the Indian River, FHP says

A 56-year-old man from Cocoa died Friday after he was struck by a car while riding a bicycle on the Merritt Island Causeway and fell into the Indian River, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

Suspect who allegedly killed retired judge had hit list that included Mitch McConnell, Gov. Whitmer: Official

Suspect who killed judge had hit list that included Mitch McConnell, Gov. Whitmer, others, official says.

At least 3 killed, 11 injured in shooting on Philadelphia's South Street

At least three people were killed and 11 injured when multiple people opened fire in the busy South Street area of Philadelphia Saturday night, police said.

Off-duty Brazoria Co. deputy arrested for public intoxication in Uvalde

An off-duty Brazoria County Sheriff's deputy was arrested for public intoxication in Uvalde, Texas.

Chelsea Bridge: Man Tasered in critical condition after River Thames fall

The police watchdog and the Met Police are investigating following the incident in Chelsea, London.

Girl in Sonoma high school beating video will face charges

Video of a girl seen fighting a boy at Sonoma Valley High School has gone viral, but now she will face charges.

Man breaks into Dallas Museum of Art and damages several artworks, including 2,000-year-old Greek vases

Several ancient works of art at the Dallas Museum of Art, including Greek vessels crafted thousands of years ago, were damaged by an intruder Wednesday night.

Uvalde funeral attendant who encountered gunman says he tried to go after shooter, was held back

Cody Briseno, a funeral attendant who works across the street from the site of the state's deadliest school shooting, was one of the first people to encounter

$1 billion has been lost in cryptocurrency scams since 2021, FTC warns

Cryptocurrency scammers have stolen over $1 billion from 46,000 people since the start of 2021, a new Federal Trade Commission report says.

13 injured, 2 dead in Philadelphia shooting, police say

Two people have died after more than a dozen were injured during a shooting just before midnight on Saturday in South Philadelphia, authorities said.

1 dead, 8 hurt in overnight shooting at Phoenix strip mall

Police in Phoenix say a 14-year-old girl was killed and eight others were wounded in a shooting amid a crowd of people at a strip mall northwest of downtown

Pitcairn Islands to light final Platinum Jubilee beacon

The entire population of the Pitcairn Islands - 35 permanent residents - will make the Pacific Ocean territory the last place in the Commonwealth to light a beacon as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration later Thursday.

‘Tiger King’ star Doc Antle to face money laundering charges

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — “Tiger King” star Bhagavan “Doc” Antle was arrested by the FBI and expected to appear in court Monday to face federal money laundering charges, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.

North Korea test-fires salvo of short-range missiles

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea test-fired a salvo of eight short-range ballistic missiles from multiple locations toward the sea on Sunday, South Korea’s military said, extending a provocative streak in weapons demonstrations this year that U.S.

Pain at the pump: Gas costs nearly $10 a gallon at this California station

Each week, the price of gas gets impossibly higher. One gas station in California is selling gasoline at nearly $10 a gallon.

McConnell, two governors said to be in Wisconsin gunman's hit list

The man who kept the list was accused of fatally shooting a retired Wisconsin judge, authorities and local media said.

Nigerian man burned to death after argument with Muslim cleric

A Nigerian man was burned to death by a mob in the capital Abuja on Saturday following an argument with a Muslim cleric, police said.

A former judge was killed in his Wisconsin home in a targeted attack, officials say

A former Wisconsin judge was killed Friday in what authorities are calling a targeted attack by a suspect who also had other government officials as targets, a source familiar with the investigation told CNN.

Texas family massacred by fugitive

Mark Collins took his four grandsons to his ranch for some shooting, boating and fishing but within hours they fell victim to an escaped prisoner

Frederick Co. school board candidate removes LGBTQ books from library by checking them out

The Frederick News Post reports Fletcher walked out of the library with about 20 books after staff declined her request to move the display of books out of the lobby.

Original Gerber Baby Ann Turner Cook dies at 95

Ann Turner Cook, the original Gerber Baby whose familiar face has been printed on thousands of products over generations, has died, the company announced on Instagram. Cook was 95.

5 teens shot, two critical, in ‘targeted’ graduation party shooting in Socorro; police ‘confident’ they’ll find suspect

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China: No Justice 33 Years after Tiananmen Massacre, says Human Rights Watch

Chinese authorities have over the past year stepped up the harassment and persecution of activists for commemorating the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Massacre.

A traveler flew to North Carolina with 23 pounds of cocaine hidden in his wheelchair

A traveler arrived in Charlotte, North Carolina with a motorized wheelchair and a secret cargo hidden in its cushions: 23 pounds of cocaine.

A Canadian hiker has died at the Grand Canyon

A Canadian woman died while hiking in Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, the National Park Service (NPS) says.

Suspected shooter who killed retired Wisconsin judge in ‘targeted’ attack identified

John Roemer, who sat on the Juneau county circuit court bench for 14 years, was found dead in his home by police

4 killed, 97 injured in Chittagong Container Depot fire

The number of casualties could increase further

Abbott restarts baby formula plant linked to contamination

WASHINGTON (AP) — Abbott Nutrition has restarted production at the Michigan baby formula factory that has been closed for months due to contamination, the company said Saturday, taking a step toward easing a nationwide supply shortage expected to persist into the summer.

Ukraine anger as Macron says 'Don't humiliate Russia'

The French leader wants to give Vladimir Putin an "exit ramp", but Ukraine rejects that stance.

‘I hope I hit one of them kids’: Woman fires shots into home with children inside, records show

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Woman testifies that in 1975 Bill Cosby grabbed her and kissed her aggressively

The woman, now 61, took the stand during the civil trial over the lawsuit of Judy Hoth, who alleges she was assaulted during the same time

Japanese man, 83, becomes oldest person to sail solo non-stop across Pacific

Yachtsman Kenichi Horie repeats trick after becoming first person to successfully take on feat in 1962

Russia urges Turkey not to launch offensive in northern Syria

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has renewed threats of a military campaign targeting Kurdish ‘terrorists’.

Argentina’s President pays fine after hosting party during height of pandemic

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Real estate agents got $3.9 billion in Covid relief PPP loans. The housing market boomed, but few repaid the loans.

Real estate firms with one worker got $3.9 billion in government-approved Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. But during Covid, the housing market boomed.

Hong Kong stifles memories of Tiananmen Square Massacre on anniversary

Hong Kong authorities on Saturday strove to stop any public commemoration of the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen crackdown, with police warning that gatherings could break the law as Beijing vies to…

A man sued a Topeka police officer and lost. A judge ordered the man to pay the officer's expenses.

Topekan Timothy Harris was ordered to pay expenses for Chris Janes, the Topeka police officer he sued unsuccessfully alleging excessive use of force.

Hidden Fees On Concert Tickets Will Be Banned Under New York Bill

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Another mass shooting today. Woman killed in shooting at Phoenix strip mall, 8 others injured

An investigation is underway after nine people were shot at a strip mall near 10th Avenue and Hatcher overnight, according to Phoenix police.

Russia ‘suffering huge casualties’ as troops retreat: Ukraine | Russia-Ukraine war News

Ukraine says it has recaptured a chunk of the factory city of Severodonetsk, the focus of Russia’s offensive in Donbas.

Original Gerber baby Ann Turner Cook dies

Cook was only a few months old when a neighbor created a charcoal sketch of her that became an iconic symbol on Gerber baby food containers.

Newbury Park elementary school sprayed with graffiti amid transgender controversy after affirming gender of transgender student

The graffiti on Maple Elementary School in Newbury Park appeared early Friday morning. It read &quot;Pervs Work Here.&quot; Many people believe it was in response to an article that was published the day prior in The Conejo Guardian.

Man who faked death gets 85 years for sexual assault of teen

A military veteran who once faked his own death to try to avoid criminal charges has been convicted of sexually assaulting a girl and impregnating her when he was 40 and she was 14

Woman dances her way into Metro Jail after stopping traffic

A local woman stops traffic for all the wrong reasons and dances herself right into Metro Jail. As FOX 10′s Lee Peck shows us -- the street performance was caught on camera by other drivers.

Russia-Ukraine war: Ukraine says Russian forces suffering ‘huge losses’ as it fights back in Sievierodonetsk – live

Local governor says Ukrainian military has ‘pushed back’ Russian forces in battle for control of the city

Iran supreme leader accuses 'enemy' of trying to use protests

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday accused the "enemy", a reference mainly to the United States, of seeking to use protests to weaken the Islamic republic.

13 hospitalized after bus crash on 10 Freeway in Banning

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Hong Kong deploys heavy security on Tiananmen Square anniversary

On the Tiananmen Square anniversary, hundreds of police personnel, some with sniffer dogs, patrol Victoria Park, as Taiwan decried the memories of June 4 being "systematically erased". 

Hong Kong police make multiple arrests as Tiananmen gatherings banned

Hong Kong authorities on Saturday detained multiple people as they pounced on any attempt at public commemoration of the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen crackdown, as China vies to remove all reminders…

Real estate agents got billions in Covid relief loans. Few repaid them.

Real estate firms with one worker got $3.9 billion in government-approved Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. But during Covid, the housing market boomed.

"Unarmed", "Pregnant" Woman Shot by Kansas City Police Wasn't Pregnant, Brandished Handgun

Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said her review of police body camera footage shows the woman was “continually displaying a weapon during her encounter with police and also appeared to be attempting to flee.”

Mariah Carey being sued for $20m over All I Want for Christmas Is You

Songwriter Andy Stone claims he co-wrote hit in 1989 and has never given permission for it to be used

Uighur county in China has highest prison rate in the world

China continues its crackdown on Muslim-minority Uighurs with an imprisonment rate 10 times higher than in the US.

33 years since China's Tiananmen Square massacre

As people around the world remember the deadly crackdown on pro-democracy protestors in Beijing in 1989, the annual vigil that marks the massacre in Hong Kong has been shut down by authorities.

UK, US and Germany say Xinjiang Police Files offer 'shocking' new evidence of China’s human rights abuses

Officials from around the world renewed calls for an official investigation into the treatment of Uyghurs in China after a leak of confidential government records and chilling photographs taken inside internment camps in Xinjiang.

Ukraine war: 'Not realistic' for Russian forces to capture Severodonetsk in next two weeks after Ukrainian forces recapture portion of city, governor claims

The war has now passed 100 days, with fighting mostly focused in the south and east of the Ukraine after Kremlin forces withdrew from Kyiv following their failure to capture the capital city.

Tiananmen anniversary: US hails the ‘brave’ 33 years on as Hong Kong warns against gatherings

US ‘will not forget June 4’, says Blinken, while Taiwain set to be only part of Chinese-speaking world where public commemorations permitted

Three additional monkeypox cases reported in Toronto, six under investigation

To date, Toronto Public Health said there have been eight positive cases while another six are under investigation

Federal Funds May Be Used to Raze Uvalde's Robb Elementary After Massacre

President Biden and State Senator Roland Gutierrez have expressed support in the demolition of the building

Multiple people shot at nightclub on Houston’s south side, police say

Houston police say 3 people were shot by a suspect who opened fire from a U-Haul truck outside a nightclub on Houston’s south side Saturday morning.

Suspect in Litvinenko poisoning dies in Moscow - TASS

Dmitry Kovtun, one of two Russian men accused by Britain of poisoning Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006, has died of COVID-19 in a Moscow hospital, TASS news agency said on Saturday.

A former judge was killed in his Wisconsin home in a targeted attack, officials say

A former Wisconsin judge was killed Friday in what authorities are calling a targeted attack by a suspect who also had other government officials as targets, a source familiar with the investigation told CNN.

Kenichi Horie: 83-year-old Japanese man becomes oldest person to sail solo across the Pacific

Six decades after first sailing alone from Japan to the United States, Kenichi Horie is due to become the oldest yachtsman to sail solo, nonstop, across the Pacific.

Frustration mounts in Uvalde over shifting narratives about school shooting. State senator says lack of clarity could hinder future safety measures

The lack of clarity surrounding authorities' response to the mass shooting at a South Texas elementary school could hinder efforts to prevent such massacres from happening again, a state lawmaker told CNN on Friday.

In Hong Kong, memories of China's Tiananmen Square massacre are being erased

For decades it was a symbol of freedom on Chinese controlled soil: every June 4, come rain or shine, tens of thousands of people would descend on Victoria Park in Hong Kong to commemorate the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre.

A pilot was killed after US Navy fighter jet crashed in a desert area in Southern California

A pilot died Friday after a fighter jet crashed in a desert community near Trona, California, officials said.

Shot dead by Sri Lankan police while trying to get fuel

The UN and human rights groups have warned authorities in Sri Lanka against using excessive force.

N.Korea Reports 79,100 More People With Fever, One New Death Amid COVID Wave

North Korea reported some 79,100 more people with fever symptoms and one additional death amid its first-confirmed coronavirus outbreak, state media KCNA said on Saturday.

Man Stabs Doctor, 2 Nurses at Southern California Hospital

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man stabbed a doctor and two nurses inside a Southern California hospital emergency ward on Friday and remained inside a room for hours before police arrested him, authorities said.

Alleged 'boogaloo' extremist sentenced to 41 years in murder of federal officer | The former Air Force staff sergeant pleaded guilty in the May 2020 murder of David Patrick Underwood.

Former Air Force staff Steven Carrillo sergeant pleaded guilty earlier this in the May 2020 murder of David Patrick Underwood.

White House Expects Shots for Kids Under 5 As Soon as June 21

The estimation still hinges on the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention processes playing out.