Israel’s political factions opposed to embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have begun setting up negotiating teams after he paused a controversial judicial overhaul plan that had set off unprecedented street protests. https://t.co/qZKajzOnOq
BREAKING: Mexico's president says a fire at a Mexican immigration facility at the U.S. border that killed 39 migrants was started by migrants who set mattresses ablaze in protest after learning they would be deported. https://t.co/nvgw48BDIR
Mark Hamill is lending his Luke Skywalker voice to an app that warns Ukrainians of potential incoming attacks.
When the alert is over, Hamill closes with: "May the force be with you." https://t.co/ctRk2rCksd
Protests and strikes against unpopular pension reforms have kicked off again across France, with police security ramped up against feared violence and government warnings that radical demonstrators intend "to destroy, to injure and to kill." https://t.co/2GCK3fw8nl
President Joe Biden will visit an expanding North Carolina semiconductor manufacturer as he launches an extended effort to spotlight the impact legislation passed earlier in his administration is having on the U.S. economy. https://t.co/pqrwrusnQL
U.S. highway safety regulators have opened yet another investigation into problems with Teslas , this time tied to complaints that the seat belts may not hold people in a crash. https://t.co/quxsbtdinq
The former student who killed three children and three adults at a Christian elementary school in Nashville had drawn a map of the school, including potential entry points, and conducted surveillance of the building before carrying out the massacre. https://t.co/Q5TJZqQeWr
Honda is recalling more than 330,000 vehicles because heating pads behind both side-view mirrors may not be bonded properly, which could lead to the mirror glass falling out and increase the risk of a crash. https://t.co/Ee0JJKND84
The man who inspired the film “Hotel Rwanda” is on his way to reunite with his family in the United States.
Paul Rusesabagina was freed by Rwanda last week after a widely criticized trial on terrorism charges.
Former Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou began a 12-day tour of China with a symbolism-laden visit to the mausoleum where the founding father of both China and Taiwan is entombed. Ma’s visit comes as tensions between Taiwan and China have continued to rise. https://t.co/Q9QdgrmaNa
Warming will fuel more supercells in the U.S. and that those storms will move eastward from their current range. The new study says that makes it more likely that the lethal storms will strike more often in the more populous areas of Southern states. https://t.co/oyeCnR0Tl6
One hand-crocheted blanket came with a note saying “Welcome to the USA" and advised the recipient to dress warmly in Vermont. It was among at least 86 handmade blankets given to refugees to welcome them to their new community in Vermont. https://t.co/b8uaN1g0hV
Russia has test-fired anti-ship missiles in the Sea of Japan. Russia's Defense Ministry said that two boats launched a simulated missile attack on a mock enemy warship. The ministry said the target was successfully hit by two Moskit cruise missiles. https://t.co/7H2DpXdyTS
A U.S. couple traveled to Haiti to see ailing relatives and prepare for a festival born out of the dark days of slavery. But they never made it to their destination, and now their family is fighting to get kidnappers to release them. https://t.co/hOo4JoWqwq
“I cannot believe this is happening.” The survivor of a mass shooting July 4th outside Chicago rushed to the scene of the latest such tragedy in Nashville. Ashbey Beasley has been lobbying members of Congress to pass a federal assault weapons ban. https://t.co/qCVC7G4gOJ
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that Republicans need a candidate who can take out Donald Trump in a single, brutal swipe like the one Christie delivered to a different rival in 2016. https://t.co/CZLzQgp8my
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a delay in his judicial overhaul plan Monday, saying he wanted “to avoid civil war" after two days of massive protests.
Here's what you need to know. https://t.co/ovrzoYOVFJ
A man who spent 16 years in prison after he was wrongfully convicted of raping writer Alice Sebold when she was a Syracuse University student has settled a lawsuit against New York state for $5.5 million, his lawyers said. https://t.co/QqgceQrZGl
The “Stand Up to Jewish Hate” campaign was launched Monday by the 81-year-old billionaire through his Foundation to Combat Antisemitism, aiming to raise awareness online and in person. https://t.co/f3VdBrAtcY
Prosecutors said that they will pursue the death penalty if a Tennessee man is convicted of first-degree murder in a daylong shooting rampage that paralyzed Memphis and left three people dead and three others wounded. https://t.co/Vf7Lg2xtRw
The announcement by Russian President Vladimir Putin that he intends to deploy tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus appears to be another attempt to raise the stakes in the conflict in Ukraine. https://t.co/5mcND788cg
A pivotal figure in the hush money payment investigation of Donald Trump returned to the building where a grand jury has been meeting for months. The appearance suggests his testimony could be key as prosecutors push toward potential criminal charges. https://t.co/9Gm79YS9Fv
Administrators at a Wisconsin elementary school stopped a first-grade class from performing a Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton duet promoting LGBTQ acceptance because the song "could be perceived as controversial." https://t.co/3lEQyWgUlo
To use, or not to use, Bard? That is the Shakespearean question an @AP reporter sought to answer while testing out Google’s artificially intelligent chatbot.
Here's how their conversation went. https://t.co/1gbWKWLPDC
The leaders of Catholic-inspired community L'Arche met in the hills of Rome to chart a path forward after revelations of sexual and spiritual abuse by its revered founder rocked the group.
@AP was given exclusive access to the retreat. https://t.co/mOV222QC2J
Tensions eased after Israel's embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu paused a controversial judicial overhaul that had set off unprecedented street protests. He said he wants “to avoid civil war” but compromise remains elusive. By @APLaurieKellman. https://t.co/Wyki58dN9v
“The air alert is over. May the Force be with you.”
Mark Hamill is lending his Luke Skywalker voice to an app that warns Ukrainians to take cover whenever Russia bombards their country and announces in a reassuring tone when the danger has passed. https://t.co/ooBG6cr8X6
Sabres player Ilya Lyubushkin is citing an anti-gay Kremlin law and fears of retribution at home in Russia for electing not to participate in the NHL team's pregame warmups on Pride night.
"Coach J's always said what's delayed is never denied and now we're in the Final Four."
Iowa point guard Caitlin Clark shared her excitement after Sunday's win against Louisville advanced the Hawkeyes to the Final Four for the first time since 1993.
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ allies are gaining confidence in his White House prospects as former President Donald Trump’s legal woes mount. Trump is facing possible criminal charges in New York, Georgia and Washington. https://t.co/e7pA0fPIcm
The Senate is expected to vote this week on a repeal of the 2002 authorization of force in Iraq. For senators who were there two decades ago, it is a full-circle moment that prompts a mixture of sadness, regret and reflection. https://t.co/79IGkrTYpZ
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris will meet on Monday with Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo, a show of support for the West African leader, who’s facing rising discontent over inflation and fresh concerns about regional security. https://t.co/6dvqdfqLM3
A referendum in Berlin that would have forced the city to ramp up its climate goals failed because there weren’t enough votes in favor of the proposal, the German news agency dpa reported. https://t.co/iVHRZdFXh0
“We are limited. Both in terms of raw materials and sales."
The damage to Ukraine’s metal industry has crippled a lucrative sector and key employer needed to support an economy cratered by Russia's war. https://t.co/wi1PPw8ZSP
“The French are known for fighting and we'll fight."
Protesting is a rite of passage in France and is again the rage in the country after President Emmanuel Macron ignited anger with unpopular pension reforms.
Caitlin Clark put on a show with 41 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds to help No. 2 seed Iowa beat fifth-seeded Louisville 97-83 on Sunday and send the Hawkeyes to their first women's Final Four in 30 years. https://t.co/fgxkdOsS97
Recent moves by President Joe Biden to pressure TikTok over its Chinese ownership and approve oil drilling in an untapped area of Alaska are testing the loyalty of young voters, a group that’s largely been in his corner. https://t.co/aeeb6ziU2z
Residents of a Louisiana parish located in the heart of a cluster of polluting petrochemical factories filed a federal lawsuit raising allegations of civil rights, environmental justice and religious liberty violations https://t.co/XZ9YTyOid8
Water containing a radioactive material has leaked for a second time from a nuclear plant near Minneapolis and the plant will be shut down, but there is no danger to the public, the plant’s owner said. https://t.co/Ufx6pSZHmw
The UConn men's team has blitzed its way through the bracket so far, winning each of its four NCAA Tournament games by at least 15 points. The Huskies are now in the Final Four. #MarchMadnesshttps://t.co/Rus1lu4evq
Florida Atlantic is the first No. 9 seed to reach the Final Four in 10 years. Coach Dusty May says it's because in a time when "everyone wants the whole pie, these guys continued sharing the pie every single day, and this was the result.” #MarchMadnesshttps://t.co/XeTLvhEIvq