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Tunisia and Japan stun swimming superpowers as Barty and Murray exit

Surprise gold medal joy in the pool for Tunisia and Japan and an Aussie world record contrasted with abject misery for some of the world's best athletes whose Olympics were over in a flas

Free speech or secession? “Liberate Hong Kong” at heart of landmark case

Three Hong Kong judges will rule on Tuesday whether the protest slogan "Liberate Hong Kong. Revolution of our Times" is a call for secession when they deliver a verdict on charges against

U.S. will not investigate nursing home deaths in New York, two other states -letter

The U.S. Justice Department has decided not to open a civil rights investigation into nursing homes in New York and two other states regarding their COVID-19 response, dealing a blow to s

From the air, drone footage shows Salton Sea

(This July 6 story corrects headline and first paragraph from to show that situation at Salton Sea caused not only by drought) Drone footage shows the Salton Sea, California's largest in

So-called smoke shade from other wildfires helps crews fight biggest U.S. blaze

Scores of wildfires raging across the Western United States’ forest and scrub have belched so much smoke that it is helping an army of firefighters gain ground on the nation’s biggest

U.S. wildfires turn full moon orange

Raging wildfires in the U.S. northwest and southwestern Canada cast an orange tint on July’s full moon on Friday evening, as smoke from multiple blazes gusted toward the east. In Washi
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