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What to Know About California’s Reparations Efforts

A conversation with Kurtis Lee, a New York Times economics correspondent covering the state’s reparations task force.

Fort Hood Gets a New Name: Fort Cavazos

The third-largest U.S. military base will now honor Gen. Richard Edward Cavazos, the first Hispanic American person to be a four-star Army general.

Man accused of killing 4 in Nebraska pleads not guilty to 10 charges

A man who was accused of killing four people in Nebraska pleaded not guilty Monday to 10 charges. The man is in custody on $1 million bond until his arraignment.

George Santos charged by federal prosecutors

Santos represents New York's 3rd Congressional District.

1 maternal or newborn death happens every 7 seconds, WHO report finds

Global progress in reducing deaths during pregnancy has flatlined since 2015, according to a new report from the World Health Organization.

New Mexico task force teams up with researchers to address missing person cases involving Native Americans

There is a disproportionate rate of indigenous people going missing or getting killed in North America. Nebraska researchers and a New Mexico team are working to better track cases.

He was free for 2 years. Now Crosley Green is back in prison for a crime he says he didn't commit

A Florida man who served three decades behind bars for a murder he says he didn't commit returned to prison Monday after spending the past two years building a life outside prison walls.

Around the world

What It Takes to Be Top Dog Judge

For these canine experts, an invitation to pick the winners of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is an honor — and a serious responsibility.

Your Monday Briefing: Kishida Visits Seoul

Also, the U.S. braces for a surge of immigrants this week.

Analysis: Fox News is about to enter the true No Spin Zone

This is it.

‘Catastrophic’ Congo Flooding Kills More Than 400 People

Days after the flooding began, survivors are still pulling victims from the rubble and mud, and thousands have been left homeless. More rain is likely in the coming days.

On Muted War Holiday, Putin Tries to Justify Invasion of Ukraine

With Russia struggling on the battlefield, Vladimir V. Putin presided over a scaled-down celebration of the Soviet Union’s victory in World War II, while using it to repeat false claims about Ukraine.

Your Wednesday Briefing: Trump Liable for Sexual Abuse

Also, protests in Pakistan after the arrest of Imran Khan.

U.K. Protest Law in Spotlight as Police ‘Regret’ Some Coronation Arrests

The dozens of detentions around the crowning of King Charles III intensified a national debate about new legislation that broadens police powers to arrest and charge potential demonstrators.


Sam Bankman-Fried, in First Detailed Defense, Seeks to Dismiss Charges

The FTX founder, who has been charged with fraud, said the crypto exchange and its law firm had been acting against him and offering only the most incriminating evidence to prosecutors.

Apple pushes out first-ever Rapid Security Response update: What you should know

Apple has deployed its first Rapid Security Response following recent security threats, but users should continue to use antivirus protection for their devices.

TikTok says error caused it to censor Acton Institute content featuring imprisoned activist in China

TikTok said it erred in censoring the Acton Institute's account and content about a pro-democracy activist imprisoned in China.

Google supporting passkeys for password-free login

Google account holders can now use passkeys instead of passwords to login to their accounts. Google says passkeys are safer than passwords and resistant to phishing.

Amazon killing off its Halo fitness and health trackers

Retailer launched the devices just three years ago but faced stiff competition from players including Apple and Google-owned Fitbit.

Jack Dorsey Takes Aim at Elon Musk and Twitter on New Platform

The Twitter co-founder has posted prolifically on two new social networks, Nostr and Bluesky, which he also backed financially.

Microsoft exec admits Xbox lost console war to Nintendo, Sony: ‘Worst generation to lose’

Phil Spencer, 55, made the comments during an appearance on Kinda Funny Games, an Xbox community YouTube channel. 

Sports News

Nuggets star Jokic fined $25K after altercation with Suns owner

"I thought the league was supposed to protect us. Maybe I am wrong. I know who he is, but he is a fan. Isn't he?" Jokic said.

Georgia, back-to-back national champions, again will not make trip to White House

The Georgia Bulldogs will one again not be making the trip to the White House for a national championship celebration. COVID-19 regulations prevented a visit last year.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts signs 5-year, $255 million extension

The extension gives Hurts the highest annual salary in NFL history.

At Churchill Downs, Humans Failed the Horses Again

Despite recent efforts to make horse racing safer, seven horses died at the track in the lead-up to the Kentucky Derby. Whose fault was it?

Denny Crum, Who Made Louisville a Basketball Power, Dies at 86

He led the Cardinals to two national championships in the 1980s and amassed 675 victories over a career that led to his induction into two halls of fame.

Brian Kim expects Vernon Hills to win ‘no matter who’ plays for the team. The junior setter is doing his part.

Brian Kim was confident Vernon Hills could win a third straight division title. Being new to the varsity team wasn’t a concern for him.

Bronny James, son of LeBron James, commits to USC

Bronny James abruptly announced his much-anticipated decision on social media Saturday.

Politics News

A Stunning Result in Trump’s Sexual Assault Trial

A new first — and a new low — for the former president.

Biden flirts with crossing ethical lines in talking about DOJ's Hunter investigation, experts say

Ethics experts told Fox News Digital that President Biden is flirting with crossing ethical lines by proclaiming his son's innocence amid potential DOJ charges.

The Right’s Economic Populism Is Breaking Progressives’ Brains

When two American Prospect writers expressed tentative praise for the deposed Tucker Carlson, the response was instant and furious.

New York jury finds Donald Trump sexually abused E Jean Carroll in civil suit

A jury reached a decision in the case in which advice columnist E. Jean Carroll accused former President Donald Trump of rape as well as defamation over his denial of the allegations.

Biden meets with congressional leaders on debt limit

President Biden met with congressional leaders, including House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, to try to hash out a deal on raising the debt limit. No deal was reached Tuesday, but another meeting is scheduled for Friday. Nancy Cordes reports.

Hill reactions: Several Republicans are unfazed by Trump's sex abuse verdict

Republicans' reaction: Mixed. Democrats' reaction: Another example of Trump being unfit for office.

CIA 'may have assisted in obtaining signatories' for letter discrediting Hunter Biden laptop: House GOP report

The CIA “may have assisted in obtaining signatories" for the letter signed by 51 former national security officials to discredit the Hunter Biden laptop as Russian disinformation ahead of the 2020 presidential election, the House Judiciary and House Intelligence Committees found.