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Pentagon press secretary Pat Ryder held a news briefing on Thursday as Ukraine prepares to launch a new counteroffensive against Russia.
The World Video Game Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2023.
Jail records show the suspect in a mass shooting in Atlanta that left one woman dead and four others wounded has been charged with one count of murder and four counts of aggravated assault.
Palestinian health officials say that Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip have killed a 58-year-old man and wounded five others. But the latest spasm of violence between Israel and Palestinian militants in the enclave appeared to ebb on Wednesday.
Federal officials say two 10-year-olds are among the 300 children who worked at a McDonald's restaurants in Kentucky with no or little pay.
Activist Raman Pratasevich's dramatic arrest in May 2021 elicited outrage in the West, with some leaders saying the plane's diversion was tantamount to state-sponsored hijacking.
The shooting occurred after Oropeza's neighbors asked him to stop firing off rounds in his yard late at night because a baby was trying to sleep. The baby's mother and 9-year-old brother were among the the five people killed.
The brave work of the three winners “led to a historical women-led revolution,” said Zainab Salbi, chair of the international jury of media professionals that chose them.
“Some Like It Hot,” a Broadway musical adaptation of the cross-dressing movie comedy that starred Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, waltzed away Tuesday with a leading 13 Tony Award nominations. Find a longer list of nominees here.
One of the most renowned voices to emerge from Toronto’s Yorkville folk club scene in the 1960s, Lightfoot recorded 20 studio albums and penned hundreds of songs, including “Carefree Highway," “Early Morning Rain” and “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."…
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