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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin resumes duty after undergoing procedure at Walter Reed

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin resumes duty after undergoing procedure at Walter Reed

WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin underwent a medical procedure at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Friday evening and has resumed duty after temporarily transferring power to his deputy, Pentagon press secretary Maj. Gen.
Prosecutors seek to bar Trump in classified files case from statements endangering law enforcement

Prosecutors seek to bar Trump in classified files case from statements endangering law enforcement

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors on Friday asked the judge overseeing the classified documents case against Donald Trump to bar the former president from public statements that “pose a significant, imminent, and foreseeable danger to law enforce
Young missionary couple from US among 3 killed by gunmen in Haiti's capital, family says

Young missionary couple from US among 3 killed by gunmen in Haiti's capital, family says

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A U.S.
French court sentences 3 Syrian officials to life in prison in absentia for war crimes

French court sentences 3 Syrian officials to life in prison in absentia for war crimes

PARIS (AP) — A Paris court sentenced three high-ranking Syrian officials in absentia to life in prison Friday for complicity in war crimes in a landmark case against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad and the first such case in Europe.
Colombia's ex-President Uribe charged with witness tampering in polarizing legal battle

Colombia's ex-President Uribe charged with witness tampering in polarizing legal battle

BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe was charged Friday in a long-running witness tampering investigation.
Louisiana governor signs bill making two abortion drugs controlled dangerous substances

Louisiana governor signs bill making two abortion drugs controlled dangerous substances

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — First-of-its-kind legislation that classifies two abortion-inducing drugs as controlled and dangerous substances was signed into law Friday by Louisiana Gov. Jeff Landry.
American is flying home after getting suspended sentence for ammo possession in Turks and Caicos

American is flying home after getting suspended sentence for ammo possession in Turks and Caicos

PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands (AP) — An American arrested in the Caribbean for illegally carrying ammunition received a suspended sentence Friday, according to a spokesperson for the Turks and Caicos Islands, and his lawyer said he was fly
Top UN court orders Israel to halt military offensive in Rafah, though Israel is unlikely to comply

Top UN court orders Israel to halt military offensive in Rafah, though Israel is unlikely to comply

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The United Nations' top court ordered Israel on Friday to immediately halt its military offensive in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, but stopped short of ordering a cease-fire for the enclave.
A murderous romance or a frame job? Things to know about Boston's Karen Read murder trial

A murderous romance or a frame job? Things to know about Boston's Karen Read murder trial

A highly publicized trial in Massachusetts involving a woman accused of striking her Boston police officer boyfriend with her SUV and leaving him for dead in a snowbank is finishing its fourth week on Friday.
Security Council approves resolution decrying attacks on UN and aid workers and demanding protection

Security Council approves resolution decrying attacks on UN and aid workers and demanding protection

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations Security Council approved a resolution Friday that strongly condemns attacks on humanitarian workers and U.N. personnel, and demands that all combatants protect them in accordance with international law.
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