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Georgia Justice Andrew Pinson beats challenger as 2 Republicans head to runoff in open US House seat

Georgia Justice Andrew Pinson beats challenger as 2 Republicans head to runoff in open US House seat

ATLANTA (AP) — A Georgia state Supreme Court incumbent has won an election that was unusually heated by the standards of the state's nonpartisan judicial elections, while voters in the state also advanced a former Donald Trump aide and a former state
Tornado devastates Iowa town, killing multiple people as powerful storms rip through Midwest

Tornado devastates Iowa town, killing multiple people as powerful storms rip through Midwest

GREENFIELD, Iowa (AP) — Multiple people died Tuesday and at least a dozen were injured when a powerful tornado tore through a small Iowa town, carving a bleak landscape of destroyed homes and businesses, shredded trees, smashed cars, and widely strew
Vietnam’s top security official To Lam confirmed as president

Vietnam’s top security official To Lam confirmed as president

BANGKOK (AP) — Vietnam’s top security official To Lam was confirmed Wednesday as the nation's new president.
Massie's role in failed bid to oust House speaker doesn't affect his victory in Kentucky GOP primary

Massie's role in failed bid to oust House speaker doesn't affect his victory in Kentucky GOP primary

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Rep.
Fani Willis and judge presiding over Georgia Trump election case defeat challengers

Fani Willis and judge presiding over Georgia Trump election case defeat challengers

ATLANTA (AP) — Two key players in the Georgia election interference case against former President Donald Trump have defeated challengers in Tuesday's election.
Judge dismisses felony convictions of 5 retired military officers in US Navy bribery case

Judge dismisses felony convictions of 5 retired military officers in US Navy bribery case

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed the felony convictions of five retired military officers who had admitted to accepting bribes from a Malaysian contractor nicknamed “Fat Leonard” in one of the Navy’s biggest corruption cases .
UN halts all food distribution in Rafah after running out of supplies in the southern Gaza city

UN halts all food distribution in Rafah after running out of supplies in the southern Gaza city

CAIRO (AP) — The United Nations suspended food distribution in the southern Gaza city of Rafah on Tuesday due to a lack of supplies and an untenable security situation caused by Israel’s expanding military operation . The U.N.
UN food agency warns that the new US sea route for Gaza aid may fail unless conditions improve

UN food agency warns that the new US sea route for Gaza aid may fail unless conditions improve

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.N. World Food Program said Tuesday the new U.S. $320 million pier project for delivering aid to Gaza may fail unless Israel starts ensuring the conditions the humanitarian groups need to operate safely.
DOJ adds Oklahoma to the list of states it's suing to block their immigration laws

DOJ adds Oklahoma to the list of states it's suing to block their immigration laws

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The U.S. Department of Justice sued Oklahoma on Tuesday seeking to block a law that seeks to impose criminal penalties on those living in the state illegally.
Israeli communications minister orders return of video equipment it seized from AP

Israeli communications minister orders return of video equipment it seized from AP

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's communications minister ordered the government to return a camera and broadcasting equipment it had seized from the The Associated Press, reversing course hours after blocking the news organization's live video of Gaza.
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