Mass shooting at beach in US, 9 people injured

At least nine people, including three children, have been wounded in a mass shooting at a beach in Florida, US.

Had son as birth control was too expensive: US Congress' Boebert

US Congresswoman and Colorado representative Lauren Boebert said she had her third son because birth control was too expensive.

Illinois Park Named One of the Best Places to Camp in the Midwest

As Americans plan their summer road trips, a new ranking has recognized a popular attraction in Illinois as one of the best places to camp in the Midwest.

US fighter jets intercept 6 Russian aircraft near Alaska

Six Russian aircraft were intercepted by US fighter jets as they were operating in international airspace near Alaska, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) said.

Autonomy Co-founder extradited to US in $11-bn HP acquisition case

Autonomy Co-founder Mike Lynch has been extradited to the US over fraud charges related to Hewlett Packard's (HP) $11-billion acquisition of his software company in 2011.

Fox asks Dominion Voting to probe leaks of Carlson's messages

Fox News has asked Dominion Voting's lawyers to probe if they leaked the internal messages from former Fox host Tucker Carlson which were presented in their recent defamation lawsuit.

DeSantis-aligned board votes to sue Disney

The board overseeing Disney’s special taxing district – which was appointed by and is aligned with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis – voted on Monday to sue the company days after the entertainment giant filed its own lawsuit against the board.

NYC Mayor to give hundreds of free AirTags to reduce car thefts

New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced that hundreds of free Apple AirTags will be handed out in a bid to reduce the number of car thefts.

US regulators prepare to seize, sell First Republic Bank

US regulators were on Saturday racing to seize and sell the First Republic Bank before financial markets open on Monday, The New York Times cited sources as saying.

Potential buyers lined up for First Republic's new stock

First Republic Bank's advisers have lined up potential purchasers of new stock in the lender if they can fix the bank's balance sheet, CNBC cited sources as saying.

Farm Behind Popular Illinois Tulip Festival Announces Opening Date

But this year, the Spring Grove farm predicted it could have as many as a million flowers in bloom

Abortion providers relieved, wary as high court preserves pill access

Abortion rights supporters expressed relief on Friday after the U.S. Supreme Court preserved access to a widely used abortion pill but warned of a long fight ahead as a legal challenge to the medication continues.

Donald Trump answers questions for 7 hrs in New York fraud lawsuit

Ex-US President Donald Trump on Thursday answered questions for nearly seven hours during his second deposition in a New York civil case that accuses him and three of his children of a $250-million business fraud.

Florida approves banning abortion after 6 weeks of pregnancy

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill banning most abortions after six weeks.

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