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German lawmakers back vaccine mandate for health workers

German lawmakers back vaccine mandate for health workers

BERLIN (AP) — German lawmakers overwhelmingly backed a bill Friday that requires staff at hospitals and nursing homes to get immunized against the coronavirus — the first of two vaccine mandates being considered in the country.
UK court permits Assange extradition to US on spying charges

UK court permits Assange extradition to US on spying charges

LONDON (AP) — A British appellate court opened the door Friday for Julian Assange to be extradited to the United States by overturning a lower court ruling that found the WikiLeaks founder's mental health was too fragile to withstand the American cri

49 migrants dead, 58 injured in truck crash in south Mexico

TUXTLA GUTIERREZ, Mexico (AP) — A cargo truck jammed with people who appeared to be Central American migrants rolled over and crashed into a pedestrian bridge over on a highway in southern Mexico on Thursday, killing at least 49 people and injuring n
NYC lawmakers pass bill giving noncitizens right to vote

NYC lawmakers pass bill giving noncitizens right to vote

NEW YORK (AP) — Noncitizens in New York City would gain the right to vote in municipal elections under a measure approved Thursday by the City Council that would give access to the ballot box to 800,000 green card holders and so-called Dreamers.
Court rejects Trump's efforts to keep records from 1/6 panel

Court rejects Trump's efforts to keep records from 1/6 panel

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court ruled Thursday against an effort by former President Donald Trump to shield documents from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.
Biden honors 'giant of our history' Bob Dole at US Capitol

Biden honors 'giant of our history' Bob Dole at US Capitol

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bob Dole lay in state Thursday at the U.S.
Oklahoma executes man for 1985 slaying of schoolteacher

Oklahoma executes man for 1985 slaying of schoolteacher

McALESTER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma executed a man Thursday for the 1985 shooting death of an Oklahoma City-area schoolteacher after courts rejected his claim that the state’s lethal injection method would result in unconstitutional pain and suffering.
NY attorney general Letitia James ends run for governor

NY attorney general Letitia James ends run for governor

NEW YORK (AP) — New York Attorney General Letitia James suspended her campaign for governor on Thursday, saying she will run for reelection to her current position to “finish the job” amid numerous ongoing investigations, including one into former Pr
Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The woman who was riding with Daunte Wright when he was pulled over by police testified Thursday about the chaos right after an officer shot him, saying she screamed at Wright trying to get a response but that he "wasn’t answering

California mother charged for telling child to hit opponent

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A California woman was criminally charged Thursday for telling her daughter to “hit her” before the girl punched an opposing player in the head during a basketball game.
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