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Ukrainian officials said the fighters had “completed their mission” and there was no way to free the plant by military means.
Preliminary figures released Tuesday by the agency show that 42,915 people died in traffic crashes last year, up from 38,824 in 2020.
Near the site of the supermarket shooting that claimed 10 lives, the president said that “evil cannot win.”
The suspected shooter is a Chinese American man believed to have targeted the Taiwanese community.
Jeremy Theron Smith, 36, was arrested early Tuesday and charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the May 11 shooting.
The law, codified in 1931, could go back into effect if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.
The law signed by Gov. Henry McMaster (R) would require students in public schools and colleges to compete with the “biological sex” listed on their birth certificates.
A radical GOP faction, in open alliance with extremists, is seizing power and targeting its opponents with cruelty. Some wonder: Is it time to leave?
Democrats also announced new legislation aimed at relieving the problem, which is affecting families around the country.
The secretary of state told Cherelle Griner that her wife's release is a top priority. Russia has extended the basketball star's pretrial detention.
It seems like Lady Whistledown is going to have a trickier time covering the ton.
Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy unveiled the "road map" for future projects, including a new Taika Waititi film and a series from director Jon Watts.

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