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A prosecutor has urged jurors to find the gunman behind the deadliest antisemitic attack in U.S. history eligible for the death penalty. Prosecutor Soo Song said Wednesday that Robert Bowers … more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced Wednesday it will invest $300 million on monitoring and reporting planet-warming emissions from climate-smart agricultural processes, such as no-till … more
A landslide that has destroyed homes in a Southern California community appears to have slowed but more homes have been evacuated. The city of Rolling Hills Estates says five additional homes were … more
Authorities have seized evidence from the home of a man charged in a downtown Cleveland mass shooting over the weekend that wounded nine people. But a motive for the early Sunday shooting remained … more
It's cricket but with a relatively new spin. George Bernard Shaw asserted “the English are not very spiritual people so they invented cricket to give them some idea of eternity.” Cricket has … more
Illinois State Police say a Greyhound passenger bus crashed into three tractor-trailers parked along a highway exit to a rest area in southern Illinois, killing three people and injuring 14 others, … more
The Webb Space Telescope is marking one year of cosmic photographs with one of its best yet. NASA unveiled the latest snapshot Wednesday, revealing the dramatic close-up of 50 young stars close to … more
Newly public documents are showing how America’s push for the atomic bomb helped saddle St. Louis with an enduring radioactive waste problem. St. Louis was part of a geographically scattered … more
Computer chip and software maker Broadcom’s $61 billion proposed purchase of cloud technology company VMware got the green light from European Union regulators who were satisfied by concessions to … more
Dutch forward Vivianne Miedema and England’s Leah Williamson are among the stars of women's soccer who won’t be playing in the World Cup. Both players have been ruled out because of ACL injuries. … more
Most U.S. adults oppose the deepest bans on abortion, a new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research has found. The majority of those who live in states that have barred … more
An American woman says she told her new husband she loved him and was certain they would die when a New Zealand volcano erupted in 2019 killing 22 people. Lauren and Matt Urey returned to New Zealand … more
On Jan. 26, 1971, Charles Manson and three members of his California cult were convicted for the murders of seven people, including pregnant actress Sharon Tate. On Tuesday, one of those three … more
New research suggests humans lived in South America at the same time as now extinct giant sloths, bolstering evidence that people arrived in the Americas earlier than previously thought. Scientists … more
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says it's time for Supreme Court justices to bring their conduct in line with the standards of other branches of government. Sen. Dick Durbin, an … more
Leaders of a Southern California city hit by a destructive landslide are planning to vote on a resolution to declare a local emergency. The resolution on the Rolling Hills Estate City Council agenda … more
A state judge has thrown out obstruction of justice charges against two of the five Louisiana lawmen indicted in the fatal 2019 arrest of Ronald Greene, a death authorities initially blamed on a car … more
A plan by Oregon’s largest county to distribute tin foil and straws for fentanyl users and glass pipes for methamphetamine and crack users has been halted after opposition from Portland’s mayor … more
A team of scientists is recommending to mark the start of a new geological epoch defined by how humans have impacted the Earth with a ‘golden spike’ in the pristine Crawford Lake outside Toronto … more
Fifty years ago, millions of files were destroyed in a huge fire at the Military Personnel Records Center in suburban St. Louis.  The July 12, 1973, blaze consumed an estimated 16 to 18 million … more
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