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What’s next for Alec Baldwin after involuntary manslaughter case dismissal Whats next for Alec Baldwin after involuntary manslaughter case dismissal 07/12/2024 09:48pm • LOS ANGELES (AP) A New Mexico judge dismissed the involuntary manslaughter case against Alec Baldwin over the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in a sudden move Friday. Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer dismissed the case based on the misconduct of police and prosecutors over the withhol Retired Massachusetts pediatrician pleads not guilty to abusing young patients 07/12/2024 05:38pm • BROCKTON, Mass. (AP) A retired pediatrician in Massachusetts pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he sexually abused at least 15 children who were his patients. Dr. Richard Kauff, who appeared in Plymouth Superior Court, is charged with 11 counts of rape of a child with force, and nine cou Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear taking Asia trip amid turmoil over Biden's candidacy 07/12/2024 03:39pm • FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Friday left behind the turmoil gripping his party over the fate of President Joe Bide n's candidacy, taking a business trip to Asia to promote his state. Beshear is one of several Democratic governors viewed as a potential candidate to join the US senators call out Big Tech's new approach to poaching talent, products from smaller AI startups US senators call out Big Tech's new approach to poaching talent, products from smaller AI startups 07/12/2024 03:09pm • In the race to stay ahead in artificial intelligence, the biggest technology companies are swallowing up the talent and products of innovative AI startups without formally acquiring them. Now three members of the U.S. Senate are calling for an investigation. San Francisco-based Adept announced a de Stop & Shop closing 32 underperforming grocery stores in the Northeast Stop & Shop closing 32 underperforming grocery stores in the Northeast 07/12/2024 02:10pm • Stop & Shop said Friday it will close 32 underperforming grocery stores in the Northeast U.S. by the end of the year. The chain, which is owned by the Dutch supermarket company Ahold Delhaize, said it will close 10 stores in New Jersey, eight stores in Massachusetts, seven stores in New York, fi For at least a decade Quinault Nation has tried to escape the rising Pacific. Time is running out For at least a decade Quinault Nation has tried to escape the rising Pacific. Time is running out 07/12/2024 01:42pm • TAHOLAH, Wash. (AP) Standing water lies beneath the home Sonny Curley shares with his parents and three children on the Quinault reservation a few steps from the Pacific Ocean in Washington's Olympic Peninsula. The back deck is rotting, and black mold speckles the walls inside, leaving the 46-ye On NYC beaches, angry birds fight drones patrolling for sharks and struggling swimmers On NYC beaches, angry birds fight drones patrolling for sharks and struggling swimmers 07/12/2024 01:34pm • NEW YORK (AP) A fleet of drones patrolling New York Citys beaches for signs of sharks and struggling swimmers is drawing backlash from an aggressive group of seaside residents: local shorebirds. Since the drones began flying in May, flocks of birds have repeatedly swarmed the devices, forcing 704 wickets and out: England great Jimmy Anderson bows out of test cricket in win over West Indies 07/12/2024 11:29am • LONDON (AP) Its 704 wickets and out for Jimmy Anderson. The most prolific fast bowler in test history bowed out of international cricket by helping England complete a win by an innings and 114 runs over the West Indies at Lord's on Friday. The 41-year-old Anderson's 188th and last test ended Velocity training has pushed pitchers to their limits. Baseball is grappling with the injury risks Velocity training has pushed pitchers to their limits. Baseball is grappling with the injury risks 07/12/2024 06:00am • SEATTLE (AP) Justin Verlander was a gangly teenager. His parents jokingly called him a brontosaurus. Long before he became a three-time Cy Young Award winner, he was a high schooler who couldn't consistently muster the arm strength needed to get drafted. So he went to college, took the ti Destination Paris: Gymnast Jordan Chiles' long journey back to the Olympics is rooted in joy 07/12/2024 06:00am • SPRING, Texas (AP) Editors note: Olympic athletes competing in the marquee sports of gymnastics, swimming and track and field train for one shot at gold every four years with little margin for error. The Associated Press followed several of those athletes during their preparations for the Par Velocity training has pushed pitchers to their limits. Baseball is grappling with the injury risks 07/12/2024 06:00am • SEATTLE (AP) Justin Verlander was a gangly teenager. His parents jokingly called him a brontosaurus. Long before he became a three-time Cy Young Award winner, he was a high schooler who couldn't consistently muster the arm strength needed to be drafted. So he went to college, took the tim Destination Paris: Tara Davis-Woodhall and husband Hunter focus on small stuff in chase for gold 07/12/2024 06:00am • FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Tara Davis-Woodhall preheats the oven, then heads to the back of the house while her husband, Hunter, pulls out the cutting board and methodically slices the sweet potatoes that will be the star of the show for this afternoons lunch. A minute later, Davis-Woodhall reap On stage, one of Japan's biggest Kabuki stars changes roles in an instant. Offstage, it took decades 07/12/2024 05:41am • TOKYO (AP) Onstage, Danjuro Ichikawa, one of the biggest stars of Japan's Kabuki theater, is a virtuoso in switching roles. In his latest production, he plays 13 parts, including a princess, a sushi chef and a fox. He hobbles offstage as a feeble old man, then dashes back on moments later as a f Lack of sleep linked to high blood pressure in children and teens Lack of sleep linked to high blood pressure in children and teens 07/11/2024 09:19pm • A new National Institutes of Health study has linked a lack of sleep to high blood pressure in children and teens. So how can parents make sure their kids are getting enough sleep to stay healthy? Start decreasing screen time about two hours before bed and lower the dimness on the devices," DC has to turn over transportation plan for students with disabilities, judge says DC has to turn over transportation plan for students with disabilities, judge says 07/11/2024 09:06pm • D.C. has to turn over its transportation plan for students with disabilities this fall, a District Court judge said Thursday. Judge Paul L. Friedman ordered the citys Office of the State Superintendent of Education to work with the groups representing families to see if an agreement can be rea
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