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Today in History for July 24th
July 23, 2021

Today in History for July 24th

Highlights of this day in history: A key ruling during the Watergate scandal; Nixon and Khrushchev hold a 'kitchen debate' during the Cold War; Brigham Young and Mormon followers arrive in present-day Utah; Apollo 11's crew returns home. (July 24)
AP Top Stories July 23rd
July 23, 2021

AP Top Stories July 23rd

Here's the latest for Friday July 23rd: US coronavirus cases triple in two weeks; Pelosi defends Jan. 6th investigation; Progress in battle against Oregon wildfire; Jill Biden in Tokyo for Olympics.
US boosts pressure on Cuba, criticizes China
July 22, 2021

US boosts pressure on Cuba, criticizes China

The Biden administration announced new sanctions against Cuba over Havana's crackdown on protesters and it criticized China over obstacles to learning the origins of COVID-19. (July 22)
American families share their pain as violent crime surges
July 23, 2021

American families share their pain as violent crime surges

Some 316 people are shot every day in America. Families say their loved ones are not just a number. These are some of their stories. (July 23)
Delta surge hitting younger people in Louisiana
July 22, 2021

Delta surge hitting younger people in Louisiana

A medical official in Louisiana is bracing for what she expects will be thousands more cases of COVID-19 in the coming weeks, including many more young people than have been infected up until now. (July 22)
Giant screen collapses ahead of music festival
July 22, 2021

Giant screen collapses ahead of music festival

A giant video screen collapsed Thursday at a South Florida stadium, a day before the Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival was set to begin. There were no injuries. (July 22)
Weather helps crews gain ground on Oregon wildfire
July 22, 2021

Weather helps crews gain ground on Oregon wildfire

Low winds are helping crews battling the nation’s largest wildfire in southern Oregon. The Bootleg Fire has grown to 624 square miles, but better weather conditions have allowed crews to improve fire lines. (July 22)
Today in History for July 23rd
July 22, 2021

Today in History for July 23rd

Highlights of this day in history: Race rioting hits Detroit; Former President Ulysses S. Grant dies; Britain's Prince Andrew marries 'Fergie'; Vanessa Williams gives up Miss America crown; Golfer Tiger Woods wins career grand slam. (July 23)
McCarthy: Jan. 6 Commission a 'sham'
July 22, 2021

McCarthy: Jan. 6 Commission a 'sham'

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says a committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection is a 'sham." (July 22)
WH announces new sanctions on Cuba officials
July 22, 2021

WH announces new sanctions on Cuba officials

The Biden administration has unveiled new sanctions against a Cuban official and government entity it says was involved in human rights abuses during a government crackdown on protests on the island earlier this month. (July 22)
New Hampshire bishop accused of abusing teenager
July 22, 2021

New Hampshire bishop accused of abusing teenager

A lawsuit is accusing the head of the Roman Catholic Church in New Hampshire of sexual abuse when he served as a priest in New York in the 1980s. Bishop Peter Anthony Libasci of the Diocese of Manchester is accused in the lawsuit of abusing a male youth in 1983 and 1984. (July 22)
Potential deal raises hopes in opioid-ravaged WVa
July 22, 2021

Potential deal raises hopes in opioid-ravaged WVa

A potential national settlement deal with big U.S. drug distribution companies has raised hopes that help could be on the way for opioid-ravaged places in West Virginia. (July 22)
AP Top Stories July 22nd
July 22, 2021

AP Top Stories July 22nd

Here's the latest for Tuesday July 22nd: WHite House says COVID-19 vaccinations are rising; Chicago police seek help after 23 shot overnight; prisoners riot in Equador; dust devil disrupts footnball game.
Growing California wildfire spreads into Nevada
July 21, 2021

Growing California wildfire spreads into Nevada

A wildfire burning south of Lake Tahoe, still at zero containment, has crossed the state line from California into Nevada where new voluntary evacuation orders have been issued. The Tamarack Fire has burned more than 65 square miles. (July 21)
Weinstein pleads not guilty to sex assault charges
July 21, 2021

Weinstein pleads not guilty to sex assault charges

Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday to four counts of rape and seven other sexual assault counts. Weinstein was extradited to California from New York to face the charges. (July 21)
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