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Nashville shooter who killed 6 drew maps, surveilled school

Nashville shooter who killed 6 drew maps, surveilled school

NASHVILLE, Tenn.
Netanyahu delays judicial overhaul after mass protests

Netanyahu delays judicial overhaul after mass protests

JERUSALEM (AP) — Bending to a wave of mass protests, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delayed his contentious judicial overhaul plan Monday and said he wanted "to avoid civil war” by making time to seek a compromise with political opponents.
In Trump probe, key witness as grand jury is back at work

In Trump probe, key witness as grand jury is back at work

NEW YORK (AP) — A pivotal figure in the hush money payment investigation of Donald Trump was seen Monday leaving the Manhattan building where a grand jury has been meeting for months, though there was still no word on when the panel might vote on a p
NJ takes over Paterson police after crisis worker's shooting

NJ takes over Paterson police after crisis worker's shooting

PATERSON, N.J.
Hungarian parliament approves Finland’s bid to join NATO

Hungarian parliament approves Finland’s bid to join NATO

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary’s parliament on Monday approved Finland’s bid to join NATO, putting an end to months of delays and bringing the Nordic country one step closer to becoming a full member of the Western military alliance.
Zelenskyy meets with UN atomic agency chief in Ukraine

Zelenskyy meets with UN atomic agency chief in Ukraine

ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with U.N. atomic energy chief Rafael Mariano Grossi in southern Ukraine on Monday.
UN-backed probe cites crimes against humanity in Libya

UN-backed probe cites crimes against humanity in Libya

GENEVA (AP) — U.N.-backed human rights experts said Monday there is evidence that crimes against humanity have been committed against Libyans and migrants in Libya, including women being forced into sexual slavery.
Netanyahu fires defense minister, sparking mass protests

Netanyahu fires defense minister, sparking mass protests

JERUSALEM (AP) — Tens of thousands of Israelis poured into the streets of cities across the country on Sunday night in a spontaneous outburst of anger after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu abruptly fired his defense minister for challenging the Isr
Federal aid coming to tornado-wrecked swath of Mississippi

Federal aid coming to tornado-wrecked swath of Mississippi

President Joe Biden issued an emergency declaration for Mississippi early Sunday, making federal funding available to the areas hardest hit Friday night by a deadly tornado that ripped through the Mississippi Delta, one of the poorest regions of the
Honduras establishes ties with China after Taiwan break

Honduras establishes ties with China after Taiwan break

BEIJING (AP) — Honduras established diplomatic ties with China on Sunday after breaking off relations with Taiwan, which is increasingly isolated and now recognized by only 13 sovereign states, including Vatican City.