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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

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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.
Judge to halt provision making California gun suits costlier

Judge to halt provision making California gun suits costlier

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A federal judge on Friday said he will block part of a new California measure that critics say was designed to make it nearly impossible to challenge the state's gun laws in court. U.S. District Judge Roger T.
Biden signs bill to keep government open through Dec. 23

Biden signs bill to keep government open through Dec. 23

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden signed legislation Friday to fund the government for an additional week as lawmakers race to finish work on a full-year spending package before they head home for the holidays and a new Congress is sworn in.
Russia launches another major missile attack on Ukraine

Russia launches another major missile attack on Ukraine

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine's capital came under one of the biggest attacks of the war on Friday as Russia's invading forces fired dozens of missiles across the country, Ukrainian officials said.
Former Kosovo rebel commander convicted of 1999 murder

Former Kosovo rebel commander convicted of 1999 murder

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — A former commander in the Kosovo Liberation Army was found guilty Friday of arbitrarily detaining and torturing prisoners perceived as supporters of Serbia during the country’s conflict to break away from Serbia, and mur
Huge Berlin aquarium bursts; housed 1,500 tropical fish

Huge Berlin aquarium bursts; housed 1,500 tropical fish

BERLIN (AP) — A huge aquarium in the center of Berlin burst Friday, causing a wave of devastation in and around the Sea Life tourist attraction, German police said Friday.
Peru judge orders 18-month detention for ousted president

Peru judge orders 18-month detention for ousted president

LIMA, Peru (AP) — A Peruvian judge on Thursday ordered ousted President Pedro Castillo to remain in custody for 18 months as nationwide protests set off by the political crisis showed no signs of abating and the death toll rose to at least 14.