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3h ago

400,000 solar-powered umbrellas sold at Costco recalled due to fire risk

The recall applies to umbrellas sold in store and online.
A person exits a Costco
A person exits a Costco
3h ago

Rudy Giuliani says the man accused of slapping him should be prosecuted

If the suspect in the ShopRite attack is let go, "a lot more of these crazy pro-choice people are going to start attacking people," the former New York City mayor said Monday.
Rudy Giuliani speaks via Facebook live to address a slapping incident during a fundraising event with his son Andrew on Sunday in Staten Island, N.Y.
Rudy Giuliani speaks via Facebook live to address a slapping incident during a fundraising event with his son Andrew on Sunday in Staten Island, N.Y.

5 people shot during Texas trail ride event

People were taking part in an annual trail ride sponsored by Unified Elite Riderzz from nearby Marshall, Texas, the Smith County Sheriff's Office said.
6h ago

3 dead, 2 injured after Amtrak train crashes into car at California crossing

One of the injured victims was flown to hospital via air ambulance, while a child was transported over ground, officials said.
The crash killed three, leaving an adult and a child hospitalized with "major injuries."
The crash killed three, leaving an adult and a child hospitalized with "major injuries."
6h ago

Serena Williams is back. Could it be her Wimbledon farewell?

Williams has 23 singles and 14 doubles Grand Slam titles to her name and needs just one more individual major title to tie the all-time record of Australian Margaret Court.
Image: Serena Williams
Image: Serena Williams
7h ago

Why is the U.S. military struggling to recruit young Americans?

With a record low number of Americans eligible to serve, and few of those willing to do it, this "is the year we question the sustainability of the all-volunteer force,” said an expert.
People walk past a military recruitment center
People walk past a military recruitment center
12h ago

Colorado Avalanche beat Tampa Bay to win club's third Stanley Cup

The victory stopped the Tampa Bay Lightning's quest for a third straight championship.
Image: 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Six
Image: 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Six

'I cannot have this baby': A Memphis abortion clinic scrambles to serve desperate patients ahead of 6-week ban

Choices, a clinic in Memphis, canceled some appointments and fielded desperate calls from patients, with dozens getting procedures just in time. “I cannot have this baby,” one caller said.
Memphis abortion clinic
Memphis abortion clinic
14h ago

Man in custody after Rudy Giuliani 'slapped' on his back, police say

The unidentified man is an employee at a New York City store visited by the adviser to former President Donald Trump, police say.
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20h ago

Man allegedly hired in Alex Murdaugh's suicide plot is arrested again

Curtis Edwards Smith, 61, was arrested Friday on charges of money laundering, forgery, and criminal conspiracy.
Image: Alex Murdaugh Hampton County
Image: Alex Murdaugh Hampton County

Pride marchers fear LGBTQ+ rights threatened in wake of Roe decision

Pride marchers at the St. Louis, Mo., parade shared their fear that the lives of LGBTQ+ people will be threatened in the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. One woman said, “I can only hope that things will change” and society will be more accepting of all people. 
Pride marchers fear LGBTQ+ rights threatened in wake of Roe decision
Pride marchers fear LGBTQ+ rights threatened in wake of Roe decision