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U.S. approves up to $675M in further military aid to Ukraine

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany (AP) — U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says President Joe Biden has approved additional military aid to Ukraine worth up to $675 million.
Police arrest Vegas-area elected official in reporter death

Police arrest Vegas-area elected official in reporter death

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas-area elected public official was arrested Wednesday as the suspect in the fatal stabbing of a veteran newspaper reporter whose investigations of the official’s work preceded his primary loss in June.
At least 32 dead in fire at karaoke parlor in south Vietnam

At least 32 dead in fire at karaoke parlor in south Vietnam

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — The death toll from a fire at a karaoke parlor in southern Vietnam has risen to 32 and some parts of the building remain inaccessible more than a day later, state media reported.
Police say Memphis shooting spree suspect, 19, in custody

Police say Memphis shooting spree suspect, 19, in custody

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Police in Memphis, Tennessee, said a man who drove around the city shooting at people during an hours-long spree that forced frightened people to shelter in place Wednesday has been arrested.
Ricky Martin sues nephew, alleges million-dollar losses

Ricky Martin sues nephew, alleges million-dollar losses

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin filed a lawsuit Wednesday against his nephew accusing him of extortion, malicious persecution, abuse of law and damages stemming from false allegations of sexual abuse.
Royal children start new academic year at school in Windsor

Royal children start new academic year at school in Windsor

LONDON (AP) — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children start the academic year at a new school on Thursday after the family traded the bustle of central London for the slower pace of life outside the capital.

Wisconsin judge sides with GOP in absentee ballot fight

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Judge strikes down 1931 Michigan law criminalizing abortion

Judge strikes down 1931 Michigan law criminalizing abortion

DETROIT (AP) — A judge on Wednesday struck down Michigan's 1931 anti-abortion law, months after suspending it, the latest development over abortion rights in a state where the issue is being argued in courtrooms and, possibly, at the ballot box.
California sheriff's deputy in custody after double slaying

California sheriff's deputy in custody after double slaying

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Northern California sheriff's deputy turned himself in to law enforcement hours after he was accused in the fatal slayings of a husband and wife in their home early Wednesday, authorities said. Devin Williams Jr.
Chelsea fires coach Thomas Tuchel after poor start to season

Chelsea fires coach Thomas Tuchel after poor start to season

LONDON (AP) — Thomas Tuchel was fired by Chelsea on Wednesday only one month into the season. The decision by Chelsea's new ownership came a day after the team lost to Dinamo Zagreb 1-0 in its first group match in the Champions League.