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Seoul says North Korea has resumed balloon launches likely to drop trash in South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea resumed launches of balloons likely carrying trash toward South Korea on Monday night, South Korea's military said, in the latest round of a Cold War-style campaign on the Korean Peninsula.6/24/2024 7:09 am


Supreme Court rejects appeal from ex-reality star Josh Duggar

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal from Josh Duggar, a former reality television star convicted of downloading child sexual abuse images. 6/24/2024 7:09 am


Things to know about the gender-affirming care case as the Supreme Court prepares to weigh in

The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday that it will hear arguments on the constitutionality of state bans on gender-affirming care for transgender minors.6/24/2024 7:09 am


Dali cargo ship leaves Baltimore for Virginia, nearly 3 months after bridge collapse

The cargo ship Dali headed out of Baltimore for Virginia on Monday, nearly three months after it lost power and crashed into one of the Francis Scott Key bridge’s supporting columns and caused the bridge to collapse.6/24/2024 7:08 am


Rail bridge collapses during Midwest flooding as a heat wave persists across much of the US

A railroad bridge collapsed during flooding in the Midwestern U.S. that has led to water rescues, evacuations and at least one death and has brought additional misery during a vast and stubborn heat wave.6/24/2024 7:06 am


Supreme Court will take up Hungary's bid to end lawsuit from Holocaust survivors

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to intervene for the second time in a dispute between Hungary and Holocaust survivors who want to be compensated for the property confiscated from them during World War II.6/24/2024 7:06 am


Supreme Court rejects challenge to Connecticut law that eliminated religious vaccination exemption

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge to a 2021 Connecticut law that eliminated the state’s longstanding religious exemption from childhood immunization requirements for schools, colleges and day care facilities.6/24/2024 6:53 am


LOCALIZE IT: HIV cases are on the rise in young gay Latinos, especially in the Southeast

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — EDITORS/NEWS DIRECTORS: 6/24/2024 6:51 am


Malaysia Airlines flight to Bangkok makes a U-turn due to a pressurization issue

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia Airlines said one of its flight en route to Bangkok had to make a U-turn back to Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Monday after experiencing a “pressurization issue.”6/24/2024 6:48 am


The Vatican appoints Pope Benedict's longtime secretary as its envoy to the Baltic states

BERLIN (AP) — Pope Francis has appointed the longtime secretary of the late Pope Benedict XVI, who was sent back to his native Germany without a new assignment last year after he fell out with the current pontiff, as the Vatican's diplomatic representative to the Baltic states.6/24/2024 6:47 am


Latest World News

Seoul says North Korea has resumed balloon launches likely to drop trash in South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea resumed launches of balloons likely carrying trash toward South Korea on Monday night, South Korea's military said, in the latest round of a Cold War-style campaign on the Korean Peninsula.6/24/2024 7:09 am


Experts say Gaza is at 'high risk' of famine despite increased aid to the north

KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip (AP) — An influx of aid appears to have eased a hunger crisis in northern Gaza for now, but the entire territory remains at “high risk” of famine after Israel's offensive in Rafah caused displacement and the disruption of aid operations in the south, a draft report said Monday.6/24/2024 6:46 am


Leader of NATO member Poland visits China, expecting to talk to Xi about Ukraine

BEIJING (AP) — Polish President Andrzej Duda met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping Monday on a visit to Beijing that brought the head of state of a NATO member to a country that has backed Russia in its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. 6/24/2024 5:58 am


A fire at a lithium battery factory in South Korea kills 22 mostly Chinese migrant workers

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A fire likely sparked by exploding lithium batteries swept through a manufacturing factory near South Korea’s capital on Monday, killing 22 mostly Chinese migrant workers and injuring eight, officials said.6/24/2024 5:56 am


Russian region of Dagestan holds a day of mourning after attacks kill 20 people, officials say

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s southern region of Dagestan held the first of three days of mourning Monday following a rampage by Islamic militants who authorities say killed 20 people, most of them police, and attacked houses of worship in apparently coordinated assaults in two cities.6/24/2024 5:54 am


Not just a book: What is a Gutenberg Bible? And why is it relevant 500 years after its printing?

NEW YORK (AP) — It’s not just a book.6/24/2024 5:37 am


Russia summons the American ambassador over a deadly attack that Moscow says used US-made missiles

The Russian Foreign Ministry summoned the American ambassador on Monday to protest what it says was the use of U.S.-made advanced missiles in a Ukrainian attack on Russian-annexed Crimea that reportedly killed four people and wounded more than 150.6/24/2024 5:04 am


A predawn operation has rescued 77 migrants from a crippled yacht off Greece's Aegean Sea islands

A group of 77 migrants were rescued off a crippled sailing yacht after a large overnight operation in the southern Aegean Sea, Greek authorities said Monday. 6/24/2024 3:50 am


The EU targets Russia's LNG ghost fleet with sanctions as concern mounts about hybrid attacks

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union on Monday slapped new sanctions on Russia over its war on Ukraine, targeting Moscow’s shadow fleet of tankers moving liquefied natural gas through Europe as well as several companies.6/24/2024 3:30 am


The Latest | Netanyahu says he will only accept a partial cease-fire deal that would not end the war

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will only accept a partial cease-fire deal that would not end the 8-month-long war in Gaza, casting doubt on the viability of a U.S. backed cease-fire proposal.6/24/2024 3:26 am



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