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Authorities looking into unsolved Las Vegas murders after Long Island murder suspect arrested

Police in Las Vegas are checking unsolved murders for any possible connection to the man suspected of killing four women in Long Island.

Naval aviator killed at Pearl Harbor laid to rest with full honors

Ensign Stanley W. Allen was buried with full military honors in Augusta, Maine, nearly 82 years after he was killed during Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.

DeSantis blames 'motivated reasoning' for reports that his campaign is floundering

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday ventured outside of conservative media circles in the hopes of putting a damper on the storyline his GOP presidential run has failed to live up to the hype.

Firefighters battle large Southern California wildfire amid high heat, containment challenges

Firefighters battled a large wildfire in Southern California amid high heat, patrolling for hotspots and constructing control lines to contain its spread.

Texas denies ordering police to push migrants back into the Rio Grande

Texas officials on Tuesday vehemently denied a new press report that they had ordered police to push illegal immigrant children back into the Rio Grande and refused to give water to those who make it across the river from Mexico.

Investigation opened into Texas' treatment of migrants

The Texas inspector general's office has launched an investigation into the treatment of migrants at the southern border. A state trooper claims they were told to push migrant children into the river. There were also allegations that the state was using floating barriers that could be lethal.

Judge refuses to toss discrimination lawsuits over Georgia voting districts

A judge has refused to dismiss lawsuits alleging Georgia's congressional and legislative districts illegally discriminate against Black voters.

Around the world

Extreme Heat Grips 3 Continents as Climate Change Warms Earth

Across North America, Europe and Asia, hundreds of millions of people endured blistering conditions. The U.S. special envoy for climate change called it “a threat to all of humankind.

These are the U.S. players to watch at the Women's World Cup

The USWNT roster​ features a mix of players with World Cup experience and 14 first-timers who will take the big stage.

North Korea Detains U.S. Soldier After Unauthorized Border Crossing

The service member is the first known American to be held in North Korean custody since​ Bruce Byron Lowrance​ was detained for a month after illegally entering the country from China in 2018.

Wildfires have burned a record amount of area in the Canadian province of British Columbia

Canadian officials say say wildfires have already burned a record amount of area in the Canadian province of British Columbia and the situation will probably get worse due to more hot, dry weather

North Korea has fired 2 short-range ballistic missiles into the sea after US docks nuclear submarine in South Korea

North Korea has fired 2 short-range ballistic missiles into the sea after US docks nuclear submarine in South Korea

Italy could be poised to set a new European temperature record

Help points set up for people sweltering under record-setting temperatures in Rome as forecasters warn the mercury could soar to 120 degrees in some regions.

American soldier detained in North Korea after crossing DMZ

An American soldier deliberately crossed over the Korean Demilitarized Zone separating North and South Korea. Margaret Brennan has the latest.


AI leaders warn Congress that control of tech will determine global balance of power

America cannot afford to miss taking the lead role in developing artificial intelligence tools that will shape the future of war worldwide, AI experts told lawmakers Tuesday.

Apple appeals to Supreme Court to keep App Store payments exclusive

Even though it defeated other tech companies in a lengthy antitrust lawsuit, Apple is asking the Supreme Court to further cement its victory.

Advertisers Warily Embrace A.I.

Many ads are easier to make with the fast-improving technology. It also poses a threat to an industry already in flux.

Powerful solar flares are possible today. Here's what to know.

Scientists warn that there could be a powerful solar flare today after flares on Sunday caused radio blackouts.

Elizabeth Warren wants SEC to investigate Tesla over Elon Musk's dual role running Twitter

Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate Tesla over potential conflicts caused by Elon Musk running the company and the social media platform Twitter simultaneously.

As the planet warms, scientists worry that cases of infectious diseases could spike

Across the planet, animals and the diseases they carry are shifting locations as temperatures rise thanks to climate change

A ChatGPT That Recognizes Faces? OpenAI Worries World Isn’t Ready.

An advanced version of ChatGPT can analyze images and is already helping the blind. But its ability to put a name to a face is one reason the public doesn’t have access to it.

Sports News

Why Does Every Women’s World Cup City Have Two Names?

A concerted effort to say Indigenous names correctly, and tell the stories behind them, will show up in stadiums in New Zealand and Australia.

SF Giants stretch win streak to six after resuming suspended game vs. Reds

Joc Pederson and Michael Conforto drove in 10th-inning runs to seal the win after Tyler Rogers made a key pickoff in the bottom of the ninth.

‘The Show’ Episode 59: Phillies President Dave Dombrowski Talks Trade Deadline

Will Shohei Ohtani on the move? What other big names could be traded? Will the Mets sell off some players? What do the Yankees do?

1st lawsuit filed against Pat Fitzgerald and Northwestern leaders stemming from a hazing scandal

A former Northwestern football player filed the first lawsuit against Pat Fitzgerald and members of the school’s leadership, seeking damages stemming from a hazing scandal that cost the former football coach his job

Stevenson’s Ben Fawcett experiences ‘oh my gosh’ moment at Manning Passing Academy. But that’s not all.

Stevenson quarterback Ben Fawcett said he jumped at the opportunity to learn from the Manning family, including Peyton.

Soccer player found dead after attack on referee goes viral

A player from an amateur soccer league in Buenos Aires was found dead with a gunshot wound to his head shortly after being charged with attempted homicide for a violent assault against a referee during a match last weekend.

Bears' Justin Fields names himself as a top-five running quarterback of all time

Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields listed himself as a top-five running quarterback of all time as he prepares for his third NFL season.

Politics News

U.S. Blacklists Two Spyware Firms Run by an Israeli Former General

The moves by the Commerce Department against the Europe-based firms are the latest effort to rein in a spyware industry that has spiraled out of control in recent years.

Trump says he’s received a target letter from special counsel Jack Smith’s Jan. 6 investigators

It’s the clearest sign yet that Trump may soon face his third criminal indictment — this time for his effort to subvert the 2020 election results.

Jordan demands Wray amend testimony on FBI policing of ‘misinformation’ on social media

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan asked FBI Director Christopher Wray to amend his congressional testimony about the bureau’s actions related to “misinformation.

Judge mulls timing of Trump classified documents trial

Judge Aileen Cannon issued no immediate ruling on when Trump will stand trial in the federal case in Florida.

What Trump’s G.O.P. Rivals Are Saying About a Third Potential Indictment

Donald J. Trump still has his defenders among the 2024 primary field, but even their immediate reactions to the former president’s receipt of a so-called target letter were notably muted.

Senate Dems' path to 2024 wins could sidestep 3 of their biggest foes

They objected to President Joe Biden's 2020 win and are pugnacious culture warriors, driving up oodles of campaign cash for both parties. Still, Democrats' 2024 strategy doesn't rely on unseating them.

House Votes Resoundingly to Back Israel, Rebuking Democratic Critics

Republicans rushed to schedule a vote on the measure after a leading progressive Democrat condemned Israel as racist ahead of an address to Congress by the country’s president.