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NFL RedZone channel will be available on DirecTV after agreement with NFL Media

The NFL RedZone channel will be available to DirecTV customers for the first time as part of a multiyear renewal of its carriage agreement with NFL Media.

Louisiana parents indicted for second time on murder charges, allegedly let daughter die on couch: reports

Two Louisiana parents were re-indicted by a grand jury Monday on murder charges connected to the death of their 36-year-old daughter who died on a couch in their home in 2022.

Mississippi Deputies Are ‘Terminated’ After 2 Black Men Claim Abuse

A federal lawsuit against the former deputies from Rankin County said that they assaulted the men with a sex toy and shot one in the face. An internal investigation is ongoing.

Cold case murder suspect in 1984 killing of Florida woman extradited from California

A cold case murder suspect was arrested in California this month and extradited to Florida decades after the killing. Donald Santini was charged in the death of Cynthia Wood.

Flyers nationwide frustrated by delays, cancellations

Air travel was slowly beginning to recover Wednesday after storms forced thousands of U.S. flights to be either delayed or canceled this week, leaving many passengers stranded at airports nationwide. Errol Barnett has more.

Burglary suspect stabbed with samurai sword after breaking into Seattle home

A Seattle homeowner stabbed a burglar with a samurai sword Sunday after he walked in on his home being broken into, according to authorities.

Texas' recording-breaking heat among hottest in the world, blamed for more than a dozen deaths

Texas has been walloped by a brutal heat wave this week, making it among the hottest places in the world, including regions of the Middle East and Africa.

Around the world

Presidential candidate Francis Suarez asks, "What is a Uyghur?"

Suarez, the mayor of Miami, was asked if he'd be talking about the Uyghurs in his campaign, to which the candidate replied: "What's a Uyghur?"

Family of Pakistani father and son who died in Titan submersible shares memories and gratitude

The family of two Pakistani men who died in the implosion of a submersible as it descended to the wreckage of the Titanic have thanked everyone who tried to rescue the father and son or sent condolences from around the world

How a silent robot fish could help ocean researchers

A robot fish named Belle could be the "spy on the marine life" that researchers have been looking for.

Biden calls Putin a pariah as Ukraine war drags on

President Biden on Wednesday said it's "hard to tell" if Russian President Vladimir Putin has been weakened by a recent Wagner revolt, but asserted the Kremlin leader is a pariah on the global stage.

Kremlin says it only hits 'military infrastructure' after strike against restaurant in Ukraine

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov claimed the Russian military does not fire on civilian targets a day after a pizzeria in Ukraine was struck by a missile.

In Russia, Wagner Rebellion Echoes Another Coup Attempt in 1917

Amid a flagging war effort, a popular commander turned his troops toward Russia’s own capital, undermining the government. It happened last weekend — and in 1917.

Ukrainian forces clawback territory held by Russia since 2014: UK intel

Ukrainian forces have gained territory held by Russian forces since 2014 for the first time since the large scale invasion began in February 2022.


Data stolen from thousands of pilot applicants at American, Southwest

Cybercriminals stole the personal information of more than 8,000 job seekers, including their driver's and pilot license numbers.

How to send large videos on your phone

Kurt "The CyberGuy Knutsson lays out how to share a large video file with others using your Apple iPhone or Android smartphone, and what issues could arise.

Skeptical about VR goggles? How Apple and Disney could create the future of entertainment

At Apple's last big developer conference, Bob Iger announced that Disney+ would be available on the tech company's new virtual reality headset. It could be a fad — or the future of mass media.

Harry and Meghan are ‘sick and tired’ of everyone taking ‘cheap shots’ at them

Since news broke that Harry and Meghan lost their $20 million podcasting deal with Spotify, Hollywood power players and top US media outlets have unleashed a torrent of criticism against the renegade royal couple.

How to master Apple iPhone's Measure app for precise measurements

The Measure app on your iPhone will come in handy for your summer DIY and home projects, with its useful measure and angle features to properly measure your spaces and tools.

Warming causes more extreme rain, not snow, over mountains. Scientists say that’s a problem

A new study says climate change is turning major snowfalls into more extreme rain over mountains, somehow worsening both dangerous flooding like the type that devastated Pakistan last year and long-term water shortages

Cyprus battles disease-carrying mosquitoes by breeding them with irradiated, sterilized ones

Cyprus is battling an influx of disease-carrying mosquitoes by bringing in hundreds of thousands of the insects after being sterilized through radiation

Sports News

What led to MLB’s decision to play Tuesday’s Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field in ‘very unhealthy’ air quality conditions?

What criteria does MLB use to play games in unhealthy air, like the Chicago Cubs-Philadelphia Phillies game on Tuesday? Here's how the call was made.

Breaking down the Chicago Bears’ growing number of options in their stadium search

The Chicago Bears bought a site for a new stadium in Arlington Heights — but with taxes there skyrocketing, the team is looking at other options in Naperville, Rockford and, most recently, Waukegan.

National Women's Soccer League seeing youth movement as league now accepts players under 18 years old

After the Olivia Moultrie sued for the right to play, the youth movement in the National Women Soccer League has been only becoming more present.

Elliott: USWNT newcomer Savannah DeMelo's journey will come full circle at World Cup

USC graduate and Bellflower native Savannah DeMelo's journey of making the USWNT's roster for the 2023 World Cup has been an unusual one.

Tennessee State University to become first HBCU to introduce ice hockey program

Tennessee State University announced Wednesday that it plans to introduce a men's ice hockey program in 2024 and later a women's team, becoming the first HBCU to offer it.

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Mets owner Steve Cohen considering trade deadline selloff, but Showalter, Eppler safe through season

Mets owner Steven Cohen is threatening his underperforming team with the prospect of a trade deadline selloff unless New York gets back into contention for a playoff berth

Politics News

Gaetz demands answers on how FBI agents who kneeled for 2020 protesters allegedly got 'plum' promotions

Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray demanding answers on six alleged agents who bent their knees with e seen kneeling before Black Lives Matter protesters.

Supreme Court rejects GOP claim that state lawmakers have full power over elections

The Supreme Court's decision will make it harder for a state's dominant political party to gerrymander district voting maps to lock in control.

Biden Has Begun Using a CPAP Machine for Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a common disorder in which one’s breathing is interrupted as one sleeps. The president has had the condition for more than a decade.

Internal report details rampant diarrhea among children at overcrowded border facility

The crisis at the Laredo facility is detailed in the first of two May memos by the Office of the Immigration Detention Ombudsman that were obtained by The Times.

Supreme Court affirmative action case: How California sees its impact

A look at University of California admissions ahead of an expected Supreme Court decision that could ban affirmative action in university admissions.

Biden administration takes credit for warning hundreds of targets before ransomware attacks

The federal government's leading domestic cyber agency said Wednesday it has warned hundreds of entities about looming ransomware attacks before they occurred, which enabled people to prevent getting victimized.

Biden leans into 'Bidenomics' to boost his economic message ahead of 2024

Biden delivered a major speech in Chicago as part of a White House push to take credit for the economy's post-pandemic recovery.