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Man to plead guilty to helping kill 3,600 eagles, other birds and selling feathers prized by tribes

Man to plead guilty to helping kill 3,600 eagles, other birds and selling feathers prized by tribes

A Washington state man accused of helping kill more than 3,000 birds — including eagles on a Montana Indian reservation — then illegally selling their feathers intends to plead guilty to illegal wildlife trafficking and other criminal charges, court
Could Missouri's 'stand your ground' law apply to the Super Bowl celebration shooters?

Could Missouri's 'stand your ground' law apply to the Super Bowl celebration shooters?

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UK's Prince William pulls out of memorial service for his godfather because of 'personal matter'

UK's Prince William pulls out of memorial service for his godfather because of 'personal matter'

LONDON (AP) — Kensington Palace says Britain's Prince William has pulled out of attending a memorial service for his godfather, the late King Constantine of Greece, because of a personal matter.
A Russian court sentences the co-chair of a Nobel-winning rights group to 30 months in prison

A Russian court sentences the co-chair of a Nobel-winning rights group to 30 months in prison

A Moscow court on Tuesday sentenced a veteran human rights advocate who spoke out against the war in Ukraine to two years and six months in prison. He was taken directly into custody from the courtroom.
Israel is ready to pause its war in Gaza during Ramadan if a hostage deal is reached, Biden says

Israel is ready to pause its war in Gaza during Ramadan if a hostage deal is reached, Biden says

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel would be willing to pause its war on Hamas in Gaza during the upcoming Muslim fasting month of Ramadan if a deal is reached to release some of the hostages held by the militants, President Joe Biden said in comments released o
A shooting claimed multiple lives in a tiny Alaska whaling village. Here's what to know

A shooting claimed multiple lives in a tiny Alaska whaling village. Here's what to know

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A shooting at a home in a remote Inupiat whaling village on Alaska’s northwest coast has resulted in multiple deaths and injuries, but officials on Monday declined to offer more specifics, including the number of victims.
Barrage of gunfire as officers confront Houston megachurch shooter, released body cam footage shows

Barrage of gunfire as officers confront Houston megachurch shooter, released body cam footage shows

HOUSTON (AP) — Body camera footage released by Houston police on Monday showed off-duty police officers with weapons drawn as they confronted a woman who opened fire at celebrity pastor Joel Osteen’s Houston megachurch earlier this month before she w
Biden hopes cease-fire, hostage deal to pause Israel-Hamas war can take effect by next Monday

Biden hopes cease-fire, hostage deal to pause Israel-Hamas war can take effect by next Monday

NEW YORK (AP) — President Joe Biden said Monday that he hopes a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas that would pause hostilities and allow for remaining hostages to be released can take effect by early next week.
Western troops on the ground in Ukraine is not 'ruled out' in the future, French leader says

Western troops on the ground in Ukraine is not 'ruled out' in the future, French leader says

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday that sending Western troops on the ground in Ukraine is not “ruled out” in the future after the issue was debated at a gathering if European leaders, as Russia’s full-scale invasion grinds int
Manhattan DA asks judge for a gag order in Trump's hush-money case ahead of next month's trial

Manhattan DA asks judge for a gag order in Trump's hush-money case ahead of next month's trial

NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors in Donald Trump’s New York hush-money criminal case asked a judge Monday to impose a gag order on the former president ahead of next month's trial, citing what they called his “long history of making public and inflammator