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Washington state sheriff's deputy shot and injured during domestic dispute response

A sheriff's deputy in Washington state is in serious condition after he was shot during the early hours of Tuesday while responding to a domestic dispute at a residence.

Fatal stabbing of New York dancer being investigated as hate crime

The fatal stabbing of O'Shae Sibley, a professional dancer and choreographer, is being investigated as a possible hate crime. Witnesses said the killer used homophobic slurs before the stabbing. Shanelle Kaul reports.

A Deadly Summer for Hikers in the Southwest

At least seven heat-related deaths are suspected in state and national parks during a record-breaking heat wave.

Fatal stabbing of NYC dancer being investigated as possible hate crime

O'Shae Sibley, 28, was dancing with friends at a gas station in Brooklyn when an argument with a group of men resulted in his fatal stabbing.

What Trump's latest indictment means

Former President Trump's legal challenges continue to grow following Tuesday's indictment on four charges from a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. John Dickerson takes a look at what the latest development could mean for Trump and the 2024 election.

Ex-Washington state newspaper editor pleads not guilty to paying girls for sexually explicit images

A former Spokesman-Review newspaper editor arrested and accused of paying girls for sexually explicit images has pleaded not guilty to nearly a dozen charges

Pappardelle with basil, anchovy and toasted breadcrumbs: A French-inspired umami bomb

Never to be outdone by their Italian neighbors, cooks in Provence have their own fragrant version of pesto.

Around the world

Floods around Chinese capital kill at least 20, leave 27 missing as thousands evacuated

Torrential rain in areas around China's capital, Beijing, killed at least 20 people and left 27 missing, the government reported Tuesday, as flooding destroyed roads, uprooted trees and knocked out power.

Argentina's capital breaks record for hottest start to August in 117 years

It was an unusually scorching winter day in Buenos Aires Tuesday, with thermometers in Argentina’s capital crossing the 30-degree Celsius mark, the hottest start of August in 117 years of records, according to Argentina’s National Meteorological Service

Australian police charge child care worker with 1,600 counts of sex abuse, including distribution

Australian Federal Police charged an unnamed 45-year-old suspect with 1,623 offenses related to sexually abusing 91 girls over 15 years, filming it and distributing the material.

Defense Dept confirms North Korea responded to outreach about Travis King

North Korea acknowledged an information request from the U.N. Command about 23-year-old Private Travis King, the U.S. soldier who crossed into the DPRK in July.

U.K.’s New Alcohol Taxes Are Aimed at Keeping Pubs Open and Votes Flowing

The changes are the biggest shake-up to Britain’s alcohol levies in 140 years, according to a government whose leader was clearly on the campaign trail in announcing them.

Ousmane Sonko’s Arrest Sets Off New Round of Protests

Ousmane Sonko, a fiery figure with a loyal youth following, was charged with fomenting insurrection, and his party dissolved.

Iran closes government offices, banks, schools for 2 days as temps reach triple-digits

Iran on Tuesday announced a nationwide two-day holiday as a heat wave blisters the Middle Eastern nation, with temperatures topping 120 degrees in some areas.


Beware of this new Mac malware targeting your data, devices

New malware named "Realst" targets online victims via digital game codes shared over social media or direct messages to then access personal security info.

New ‘X’ Sign on Twitter’s Headquarters in San Francisco Is Under Investigation

An “X” sign, installed on the roof of the company’s headquarters in San Francisco as part of its rebranding, lacked proper permits, officials said.

NASA picks up Voyager 2 probe's 'heartbeat,' tries to get the craft to reorient itself

Giant ground-bound NASA antennas heard a "heartbeat" Tuesday indicating the 1970s-vintage Voyager 2 probe over 12.3 billion miles from Earth was still operational.

AP PHOTOS: The first supermoon in August rises around the world

The first of two supermoons in August graced the skies on Tuesday. A supermoon is broadly defined as a full moon that is closer to the Earth than normal. That makes it appear slightly brighter and bigger in the sky. The next one is on the night of Aug. 30.

Juul seeks authorization on a new vape it says can verify a user’s age. Here’s how it works

To verify a user’s age, the proposed vape pairs with a phone app, requiring a customer to either upload their government ID and a real-time selfie or input personal information and allow a third-party database to verify their identity, according to a Juul spokesperson.

Original designer behind Twitter bird icon talks the 'X' rebrand

Many across social media expressing confusion about Twitter's rebrand from it's bird logo to a simple "X" symbol. The designer behind the bird invites NEWS10 to his Delmar studio to talk its creation and leaving this part of the brand behind. NEWS10's Mikhaela Singleton reports.

ChatGPT has graduated from ‘smart’ high-schooler to college level IQ

GPT-3 scored around 80% correct on IQ questions — "well within the range of the highest human scores" as the average person only got about 60% accurate.

Sports News

Joe Klecko ends 35-year Hall of Fame wait after a Jets career marked by toughness and versatility

Joe Klecko was tangled up with an offensive lineman during a New York Jets game when fists, elbows and cusses started flying.

Pac-12 survival: Conference’s future hinges on Kliavkoff media rights proposal

A process that began more than a year ago is expected to conclude this week with commissioner George Kliavkoff proposing a media rights contract to the presidents for approval.

Astros reacquire Justin Verlander from Mets, a deal owner Jim Crane tells AP was an easy decision

The Astros are bringing back Justin Verlander, acquiring the three-time Cy Young Award winner from the New York Mets in a trade deadline blockbuster, Houston owner Jim Crane tells The Associated Press

Phillies get RHP Michael Lorenzen from Tigers to bolster rotation

The defending NL champion Philadelphia Phillies acquired right-hander Michael Lorenzen from the Detroit Tigers for minor league infielder Hao-Yu Lee

In exchange of minor-leaguers, Chicago Cubs trade Adrian Sampson and Manuel Rodriguez to Tampa Bay Rays

Reallocating their minor-league depth and addressing reliever options is a clear priority for the Chicago Cubs’ trade deadline needs.

U.S. women advance in World Cup with 0-0 draw against Portugal

The tie helped the U.S. team avoid the biggest upset in tournament history and was enough to ensure an advance to the knockout round.

Broncos' Tim Patrick suffers devastating injury for second straight year

Wide receiver Tim Patrick will miss the 2023 season with a left Achilles tendon tear. The injury comes just a couple of days shy of the one-year anniversary of his 2022 ACL tear.

Politics News

Michigan prosecutors charge Trump allies in felonies involving voting machines

A former Republican attorney general candidate and another supporter of former President Donald Trump have been criminally charged in Michigan in connection with accessing and tampering with voting machines after the 2020 election, according to court records.

Defense Dept confirms North Korea responded to outreach about Travis King

North Korea acknowledged an information request from the U.N. Command about 23-year-old Private Travis King, the U.S. soldier who crossed into the DPRK in July.

Fitch downgrades U.S. debt, citing political "deterioration"

Credit rating agency cites concern over country's high debt load and declining "standards of governance" in recent decades.

It's Kamala Harris vs. Ron DeSantis in the fight over Florida's new teachings on slavery

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, facing heavy criticism for defending "anti-woke" teaching in Florida, this week teed up an unusual proposal to the nation's first Black vice president: Come debate the merits of the state's new curriculum on African-American history.

Trump indicted by grand jury in special counsel's Jan. 6 investigation

Former President Donald Trump has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges stemming from his efforts to remain in power after losing the 2020 election.

The election-meddling indictment against Trump is sprawling. Here's a breakdown of the case

Former President Donald Trump has for years pushed baseless claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him

Trump indicted by grand jury in Jan. 6 case

A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted former President Donald Trump on four criminal charges stemming from his efforts to reverse the results of the 2020 presidential election and the events surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S.