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10 shot in Queens by 2 men who fled on mopeds
August 1, 2021

10 shot in Queens by 2 men who fled on mopeds

Two men strode up to a crowd outside a barbershop in the New York City borough of Queens and opened fire, wounding 10 people before fleeing on mopeds, police said Sunday. The shooting happened in the borough's Corona neighborhood. (Aug. 1)
AP Top Stories August 1 P
August 1, 2021

AP Top Stories August 1 P

Here are the top stories for Sunday, August 1st: Fauci warns of more 'pain and suffering' as US virus cases rise; Israel offers third booster vaccine to adults over 60; Violent clashes and arrests in Germany; Turkey wildfires continue, some under control.
Today in History for August 1st
July 31, 2021

Today in History for August 1st

Highlights of this day in history: A shooting rampage takes place at the University of Texas clock tower; Germany declares war on Russia in World War I; Adolf Hitler opens the Berlin Olympics; Author Herman Melville born; MTV debuts. (Aug. 1)
Protesters and police clash at virus pass demo
July 31, 2021

Protesters and police clash at virus pass demo

Clashes erupted in Paris between riot police and protesters at a march against coronavirus passes that will be needed to enter restaurants and other venues. (July 31)
Evacuations as high temps fuel wildfires in Europe
July 31, 2021

Evacuations as high temps fuel wildfires in Europe

Evacuations as high temperatures fuel wildfires in Italy, Turkey and Greece. (July 31)
Today in History for July 31st
July 30, 2021

Today in History for July 31st

Highlights of this day in history: Ranger 7 beams lunar pictures; France's Marquis de Lafayette makes his name in the American Revolution; Thomas Eagleton withdraws as George McGovern's running mate; Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling born. (July 31)
AP Top Stories July 30 A
July 30, 2021

AP Top Stories July 30 A

Here's the latest for Friday July 30th: Afghans who worked with US arrive near Washington, DC; CDC to release mask guidance data; New rules for federal workers not vaccinated for COVID-19; Two tornadoes hit eastern Pennsylvania.
5 injured after tornadoes in eastern Pennsylvania
July 30, 2021

5 injured after tornadoes in eastern Pennsylvania

At least five people were hurt when storms struck a Bensalem auto dealership, homes and other businesses in eastern Pennsylvania, authorities said. The National Weather Service confirmed two tornadoes touched down Thursday in Bucks County. (July 30)
Biden orders tough new fed. vaccination rules
July 29, 2021

Biden orders tough new fed. vaccination rules

President Joe Biden announces sweeping new pandemic requirements aimed at boosting vaccination rates for millions of federal workers and contractors as he lamented the “American tragedy” of rising-yet-preventable deaths among the unvaccinated. (July 29)
Carl Levin, powerful military voice, dies at 87
July 30, 2021

Carl Levin, powerful military voice, dies at 87

Former Sen. Carl Levin, a powerful voice for the military during his career as Michigan's longest-serving U.S. senator, dies at 87 (July 30)
Livelihoods washed away in China flooding
July 29, 2021

Livelihoods washed away in China flooding

Torrential rain in China earlier this month has washed away people's livelihoods. (July 30)
Tenant anguish as US eviction moratorium expires
July 30, 2021

Tenant anguish as US eviction moratorium expires

A federal eviction moratorium is ending, possibly forcing millions of people from their rentals, spiking homelessness and causing anguish for those who are about to lose their apartments, like Rhode Island resident Roxanne Schaefer. (July 30)
After mudslide, narcos help priest build new town
July 29, 2021

After mudslide, narcos help priest build new town

When back-to-back hurricanes caused a mudslide that destroyed the village of La Reina, Friar Leopoldo Serrano feared survivors would join the Honduran exodus to the United States. So, he took a leap of faith to get land for a new town. (July 30)
Florida  school board chair critical of parents concerned  about mask mandates for kids
July 29, 2021

Florida school board chair critical of parents concerned about mask mandates for kids

New guidance from the federal government set off a cascade of mask rules across the nation as cities, states, schools and businesses raced to bring back mandates. (July 29)
Severe weather causes damage in Wisconsin
July 29, 2021

Severe weather causes damage in Wisconsin

Strong storms damaged homes and farm buildings in Wisconsin and investigators are trying to determine whether a tornado touched down. Thousands lost power. (July 29)
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