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'Inexplicable': Five people, including children, dead in Sault Ste. Marie shooting

'Inexplicable': Five people, including children, dead in Sault Ste. Marie shooting

Residents of the northern Ontario city of Sault Ste.
UAW strikes at General Motors plant in Texas as union goes after automakers' cash cows

UAW strikes at General Motors plant in Texas as union goes after automakers' cash cows

DETROIT (AP) — First it was Ford, then Stellantis, and now a General Motors factory has been added to the growing list of highly profitable plants where the United Auto Workers union is on strike.
California regulators suspend recently approved San Francisco robotaxi service for safety reasons

California regulators suspend recently approved San Francisco robotaxi service for safety reasons

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California regulators have revoked the license of a robotaxi service owned by General Motors after determining its driverless cars that recently began transporting passengers throughout San Francisco are a dangerous menace.
Stock market today: Wall Street rises after corporate profits top forecasts and oil prices sink more

Stock market today: Wall Street rises after corporate profits top forecasts and oil prices sink more

NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street rose to a rare gain Tuesday after Verizon, General Electric and other big companies reported fatter profits for the summer than expected. The S&P 500 climbed 30.64, or 0.7%, to 4,247.
Grain farmers hit by seaway strike, as both sides agree to sit down with mediator

Grain farmers hit by seaway strike, as both sides agree to sit down with mediator

MONTREAL — The federal government has instructed workers and management in the St. Lawrence Seaway strike to sit down with a mediator this Friday and hash out their differences, as groups ranging from grain farmers to steelmakers feel the squeeze.
Malaysia gives nod for Australian miner Lynas to import, process rare earths until March 2026

Malaysia gives nod for Australian miner Lynas to import, process rare earths until March 2026

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia's government said Tuesday it will allow Lynas Rare Earth to continue to import and process rare earths until March 2026, after the Australian miner proposed a new technology to extract radioactive elements from
Stock market today: Asian shares mixed after US stocks wobble as US Treasury bond yields veer

Stock market today: Asian shares mixed after US stocks wobble as US Treasury bond yields veer

TOKYO (AP) — Shares were mixed Tuesday in Asia after Wall Street wobbled to a mixed close as yields on U.S. Treasury bonds fell back after creeping above 5%. Benchmarks fell in Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong but rose in Shanghai, Sydney and Taiwan.

AP News in Brief at 11:04 p.m. EDT

Hamas frees two Israeli women as US advises delaying ground war to allow talks on captives RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Hamas on Monday released two elderly Israeli women held hostage in Gaza as the United States expressed increasing concern that the esc
Tesla says Justice Department is expanding investigations and issuing subpoenas for information

Tesla says Justice Department is expanding investigations and issuing subpoenas for information

DETROIT (AP) — Federal prosecutors have expanded investigations into Tesla beyond the electric vehicle maker's partially automated driving systems , and they have issued subpoenas for information instead of simply requesting it, the company disclosed
Autoworkers strike at Stellantis plant shutting down big profit center, 41,000 workers now picketing

Autoworkers strike at Stellantis plant shutting down big profit center, 41,000 workers now picketing

DETROIT — The United Auto Workers union has once again escalated its strikes against big Detroit automakers, this time adding a factory that makes Ram pickup trucks for Stellantis.