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Biden signs a $95 billion war aid measure with assistance for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan

Biden signs a $95 billion war aid measure with assistance for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden signed into law on Wednesday a $95 billion war aid measure that includes aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan and that also has a provision that would force social media site TikTok to be sold or be banned in the U
Supreme Court considers whether states can ban abortions during medical emergencies

Supreme Court considers whether states can ban abortions during medical emergencies

WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court justices raised questions Wednesday about whether state bans on abortions during medical emergencies conflict with federal healthcare law after the sweeping ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Smoke seen as ANA flight carrying about 200 people lands safely in northern Japan, public TV says

Smoke seen as ANA flight carrying about 200 people lands safely in northern Japan, public TV says

TOKYO (AP) — Smoke was seen coming from an All Nippon Airways plane as it landed safely at Shin Chitose airport in northern Japan on Wednesday, public broadcaster NHK reported.
Moscow court rejects Evan Gershkovich's appeal, keeping him in jail until at least June 30

Moscow court rejects Evan Gershkovich's appeal, keeping him in jail until at least June 30

MOSCOW (AP) — Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich will remain jailed on espionage charges until at least late June, after a Moscow court on Tuesday rejected his appeal that sought to end his pretrial detention. The 32-year-old U.S.
Douglas C-54 plane with 2 people on board crashes into river outside Fairbanks, Alaska

Douglas C-54 plane with 2 people on board crashes into river outside Fairbanks, Alaska

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — A Douglas C-54 Skymaster airplane carrying two people crashed into the Tanana River near Fairbanks on Tuesday and burst into flames, authorities said. No survivors have been found.
Senate overwhelmingly passes aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan with big bipartisan vote

Senate overwhelmingly passes aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan with big bipartisan vote

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has passed $95 billion in war aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, sending the legislation to President Joe Biden after months of delays and contentious debate over how involved the United States should be in foreign wars.
Casey and McCormick to face each other as nominees in Pennsylvania's high-stakes US Senate contest

Casey and McCormick to face each other as nominees in Pennsylvania's high-stakes US Senate contest

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Democratic Sen. Bob Casey and Republican challenger David McCormick will face each other in Pennsylvania's high-stakes U.S.
Ex-Washington officer wanted in 2 killings found in Oregon with gunshot wound, police say

Ex-Washington officer wanted in 2 killings found in Oregon with gunshot wound, police say

SEATTLE (AP) — A former Washington state police officer wanted in two killings has been found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound following a chase in Oregon, authorities said Tuesday.
Alligator on runway at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida captured, released into nearby river

Alligator on runway at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida captured, released into nearby river

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A large alligator made its way onto the runway at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida where it had to be captured and taken away for release in a nearby river, officials said.
Pentagon set to send $1 billion in new military aid to Ukraine once bill clears Senate and Biden

Pentagon set to send $1 billion in new military aid to Ukraine once bill clears Senate and Biden

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon is poised to send $1 billion in new military aid to Ukraine , U.S.