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Top investigator in Karen Read murder case questioned over inappropriate texts 06/12/2024 11:06am • BOSTON (AP) — The lead investigator in the case of a woman accused of leaving her Boston police officer boyfriend for dead in a snowbank has come under fire for a series of offensive and inappropriate texts he wrote about the defendant during the investigation. Massachusetts State Trooper Michael Thefts of charging cables pose yet another obstacle to appeal of electric vehicles Thefts of charging cables pose yet another obstacle to appeal of electric vehicles 06/12/2024 09:32am • DETROIT (AP) — Just before 2 a.m. on a chilly April night in Seattle, a Chevrolet Silverado pickup stopped at an electric vehicle charging station on the edge of a shopping center parking lot. Two men, one with a light strapped to his head, got out. A security camera recorded them pulling out bol Europe wants affordable electric vehicles from China. But not at the cost of its own auto industry Europe wants affordable electric vehicles from China. But not at the cost of its own auto industry 06/12/2024 09:28am • FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The European Union moved Wednesday to hike tariffs, or import taxes, on electric vehicles made in China. EVs are the latest flash point in a broader trade dispute over Chinese government subsidies and the Asian nation's burgeoning exports of green technology to the 27-nat GM board approves another $6 billion share repurchase as the automaker gains momentum GM board approves another $6 billion share repurchase as the automaker gains momentum 06/12/2024 09:13am • WASHINGTON (AP) — General Motors has approved another $6 billion share repurchase as the Detroit automaker adds to its 2024 momentum. The Tuesday announcement follows a $10 billion share buyback authorization in November of last year. Shares in the Detroit automaker rose 1.4% to $48.21 Tuesday. GM Dutch court convicts 3 men of murder in fatal shooting of investigative reporter in 2021 Dutch court convicts 3 men of murder in fatal shooting of investigative reporter in 2021 06/12/2024 07:54am • AMSTERDAM (AP) — A Dutch court on Wednesday convicted three men of murder for their roles in the 2021 shooting of investigative reporter Peter R. de Vries, a brazen attack in downtown Amsterdam that sent a shockwave through the Netherlands. The shooter, getaway driver and organizer of the attack w Hooligan fears shadow Euro 2024. German police are set for their biggest deployment ever Hooligan fears shadow Euro 2024. German police are set for their biggest deployment ever 06/12/2024 07:20am • BERLIN (AP) — Clashes between weapon-wielding fans. Organized fights between hundreds of supporters. Late-night attacks. Life-threatening injuries. A recent surge in violence around soccer games is contributing to concerns over security when Germany hosts the European Championship. “We’re read The European Union moves to hike tariffs on Chinese electric car imports, escalating trade spat The European Union moves to hike tariffs on Chinese electric car imports, escalating trade spat 06/12/2024 06:27am • BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union moved Wednesday to hike tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, escalating a trade dispute over Beijing's subsidies for the exports that Brussels worries is hurting domestic automakers. The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said it would impose provisio The European Union is threatening to raise tariffs by July 4 on electric cars imported from China 06/12/2024 05:48am • BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is threatening to raise tariffs by July 4 on electric cars imported from China. Traffic resumes through Baltimore's busy port after $100M cleanup of collapsed bridge Traffic resumes through Baltimore's busy port after $100M cleanup of collapsed bridge 06/12/2024 05:47am • BALTIMORE (AP) — Authorities anticipate commercial shipping traffic through the Port of Baltimore will soon return to normal levels since the channel fully reopened earlier this week for the first time since the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. “They are back open for business, ready to bring Some Syrian refugees risk returning to opposition-held areas as hostility in host Lebanon grows 06/12/2024 01:21am • IDLIB, Syria (AP) — For more than a decade, a steady flow of Syrians have crossed the border from their war-torn country into Lebanon. But anti-refugee sentiment is rising there, and in the past two months, hundreds of Syrian refugees have gone the other way. They're taking a smugglers' route home Today in History: June 12, 49 killed in Pulse nightclub shooting 06/12/2024 12:00am • Today in History Today is Wednesday, June 12, the 164th day of 2024. There are 202 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On June 12, 2016, a gunman opened fire at the Pulse nightclub, a gay establishment in Orlando, Florida, leaving 49 people dead and 53 wounded; Omar Mateen pled Off-duty guard charged with killing Seattle-area teen after mistaking toy for gun, authorities say 06/11/2024 09:14pm • SEATTLE (AP) — An off-duty security guard in a Seattle suburb has been charged with second-degree murder by prosecutors who said that he fatally shot a 17-year-old six times in the back as the teen and his friends tried to return a toy gun that the guard believed was a firearm to a sporting goods Crystal Symphony: The Best Dining, Amenities and More on Crystal's Revamped Ship 06/11/2024 08:00pm • Having taken nearly two dozen ocean cruises around the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Alaska and the Mexican Riviera, I've been yearning to explore new waters in far-off lands. Southeast Asia has been one of my bucket list destinations for a couple of decades, so I finally set my sights on a cruise t Missouri executes man convicted of killing former lover and her husband Missouri executes man convicted of killing former lover and her husband 06/11/2024 07:53pm • BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) — A man convicted of killing his former lover and her husband in what prosecutors described as a fit of rage was executed Tuesday evening in Missouri. David Hosier, 69, was pronounced dead at 6:11 p.m. following a single-dose injection of the sedative pentobarbital at the sta Supermarket gunman's lawyers say he should be exempt from the death penalty because he was 18 06/11/2024 07:10pm • BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The gunman who killed 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket should be exempt from the death penalty because he was 18 at the time of the attack, an age when the brain is still developing and more vulnerable to negative influences, his defense team said in a new court filing
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