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911 calls reveal terror at Nashville school during attack

911 calls reveal terror at Nashville school during attack

NASHVILLE, Tenn.
Arizona Dairy Queen on the hunt for missing red spoon statue

Arizona Dairy Queen on the hunt for missing red spoon statue

PHOENIX (AP) — The owners of a Dairy Queen in Phoenix remain perplexed — and slightly amused — as to why someone would steal the giant red spoon that adorned their restaurant. “We were kind of upset but then more puzzled,” Puja Kalra said Wednesday.
Top UN court rejects Iranian bid to free assets frozen by US

Top UN court rejects Iranian bid to free assets frozen by US

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The United Nations’ top court on Thursday rejected Tehran’s legal bid to free up some $2 billion in Iranian central bank assets frozen by U.S.
Pope showing 'marked improvement,' could leave hospital soon

Pope showing 'marked improvement,' could leave hospital soon

ROME (AP) — Pope Francis showed a “marked improvement” Thursday after being given intravenous antibiotics for a bronchitis infection and could be released from the hospital in the coming days, the Vatican and his doctors reported.
US: Russia seeks arms-for-food deal with North Korea

US: Russia seeks arms-for-food deal with North Korea

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House on Thursday said it has new evidence that Russia is looking again to North Korea for weapons to fuel the war in Ukraine, this time in a deal that would provide Pyongyang with needed food and other commodities in retu
Bolsonaro returns to Brazil after 3-month stint in Florida

Bolsonaro returns to Brazil after 3-month stint in Florida

BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Former President Jair Bolsonaro returned Thursday to Brazil after a three-month stint in Florida following his election loss, and the right-wing populist told supporters he doesn’t think leftists will be in power in the countr
9 killed in Army Black Hawk helicopter crash in Kentucky

9 killed in Army Black Hawk helicopter crash in Kentucky

FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — Nine people were killed in a crash involving two Army Black Hawk helicopters conducting a nighttime training exercise in Kentucky, a military spokesperson said.
Russia arrests Wall Street Journal reporter on spying charge

Russia arrests Wall Street Journal reporter on spying charge

MOSCOW — Russia's security service arrested an American reporter for The Wall Street Journal on espionage charges, the first time a U.S. correspondent has been detained on spying accusations since the Cold War. The newspaper denied the allegations.
Russia to keep missile test notices under Cold War-era deal

Russia to keep missile test notices under Cold War-era deal

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia will continue to give the U.S. advance notice about its missile tests despite suspending the last remaining nuclear arms treaty between the two countries, a top Russian diplomat said Thursday.
Pickleball Slam: Roddick, Agassi, McEnroe, Chang take swings

Pickleball Slam: Roddick, Agassi, McEnroe, Chang take swings

When Andy Roddick agreed to join John McEnroe, Andre Agassi and Michael Chang at the Pickleball Slam, the 2003 U.S.
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