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11 people seriously injured amid turbulence on Hawaii flight

11 people seriously injured amid turbulence on Hawaii flight

HONOLULU (AP) — Severe turbulence rocked a flight from Phoenix to Honolulu Sunday, seriously injuring 11 people in what an Hawaiian Airlines official called an isolated and unusual event.
Thai navy searching for 31 sailors in water after ship sank

Thai navy searching for 31 sailors in water after ship sank

BANGKOK (AP) — Thai navy ships and helicopters were searching on Monday for more than two dozen sailors still missing more than 12 hours after a warship sank in rough seas overnight in the Gulf of Thailand.
Messi wins World Cup, Argentina beats France on penalties

Messi wins World Cup, Argentina beats France on penalties

LUSAIL, Qatar (AP) — Lionel Messi, wearing a black Qatari robe over his blue-and-white Argentina shirt, kissed the World Cup, shuffled toward his teammates and hoisted the golden trophy high in the air.
N Korea fires 2 ballistic missiles in resumption of testing

N Korea fires 2 ballistic missiles in resumption of testing

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea fired a pair of ballistic missiles on Sunday toward its eastern waters, its first weapons test in a month and coming two days after it claimed to have performed a key test needed to build a more mobile, powerful
Iran authorities arrest actress of Oscar-winning movie

Iran authorities arrest actress of Oscar-winning movie

CAIRO (AP) — Iranian authorities arrested one of the country’s most famous actresses on charges of spreading falsehoods about nationwide protests that grip the country, state media said Saturday.
US court rejects maintaining COVID-19 asylum restrictions

US court rejects maintaining COVID-19 asylum restrictions

REYNOSA, Mexico (AP) — Restrictions that have prevented hundreds of thousands of migrants from seeking asylum in the U.S.
University of California workers reach deal to end strike

University of California workers reach deal to end strike

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The University of California reached an agreement Friday with some 36,000 graduate student teaching assistants and other academic workers for increased pay and benefits that could potentially end a monthlong strike at the prestigio
Jan. 6 committee eyes referring criminal charges for Trump

Jan. 6 committee eyes referring criminal charges for Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S.
Judge warned in 2021 of gay bar attacker's shootout plans

Judge warned in 2021 of gay bar attacker's shootout plans

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
Father of July 4 parade shooting suspect charged with felony

Father of July 4 parade shooting suspect charged with felony

CHICAGO (AP) — The father of an Illinois man charged with killing seven people in a mass shooting at a July 4 parade in a Chicago suburb has been charged with seven felony counts of reckless conduct, prosecutors announced Friday.