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Rodgers plans to play for Jets in 2023, awaits Packers' move

Rodgers plans to play for Jets in 2023, awaits Packers' move

Aaron Rodgers said Wednesday he intends to play for the New York Jets in 2023 after 18 seasons in Green Bay as the four-time NFL MVP quarterback waits for the Packers to trade him.
Texas announces takeover of Houston schools, stirring anger

Texas announces takeover of Houston schools, stirring anger

HOUSTON (AP) — Texas officials on Wednesday announced a state takeover of Houston's nearly 200,000-student public school district, the eighth-largest in the country, acting on years of threats and angering Democrats who assailed the move as political
Honduras will seek ties with China, spurning Taiwan

Honduras will seek ties with China, spurning Taiwan

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — Honduras President Xiomara Castro announced Tuesday that her government will seek to establish diplomatic relations with China, which would imply severing relations with Taiwan.
Austrian police warn of possible threat to Vienna churches

Austrian police warn of possible threat to Vienna churches

VIENNA (AP) — Austrian police warned Wednesday of a possible “Islamist-motivated attack” in Vienna against churches, citing undisclosed information the country's intelligence service had received.
Iditarod co-founder's grandson Ryan Redington wins dog race

Iditarod co-founder's grandson Ryan Redington wins dog race

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Ryan Redington on Tuesday won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, bringing his six dogs off the Bering Sea ice to the finish line on Nome’s main street. Redington, 40, is the grandson of Joe Redington Sr.
US no longer seeking death for man convicted in Sjodin case

US no longer seeking death for man convicted in Sjodin case

U.S. prosecutors said Tuesday that they will no longer seek the death penalty for the Minnesota man convicted in the kidnapping and killing of college student Dru Sjodin in 2003 in a case that led to changes in sex offender registration laws. U.S.
Polish activist convicted for helping obtain abortion pills

Polish activist convicted for helping obtain abortion pills

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Warsaw court on Tuesday convicted a women's rights activist for helping a victim of domestic violence access abortion pills in Poland, and sentenced her to eight months of community service.
Seoul: North Korea launches 2 ballistic missiles toward sea

Seoul: North Korea launches 2 ballistic missiles toward sea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea test-fired two short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters Tuesday in Pyongyang's second show of force this week, officials said, a day after the beginning of U.S.
Divided jury means no death penalty for NYC bike path killer

Divided jury means no death penalty for NYC bike path killer

NEW YORK (AP) — A split among jurors means there will be no death penalty for an Islamic extremist convicted of maniacally racing a truck along a popular New York City bike path, killing eight people and maiming others.
McConnell released from hospital, headed to inpatient rehab

McConnell released from hospital, headed to inpatient rehab

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell was released from the hospital Monday after treatment for a concussion and will continue to recover in an inpatient rehabilitation facility, a spokesman said.