Israel moves into Gaza's second-largest city and intensifies strikes in bloody new phase of the war
Israel said Tuesday that its troops had entered Gaza's second-largest city as intensified bombardment sent streams of ambulances and cars racing to hospitals with wounded and dead Palestinians, including children, in a bloody new phase of the war.
After racist shooting that killed 3, families sue Dollar General firms and others over lax securityFamily members of three Black people fatally shot at a Dollar General store in north Florida by a racist gunman have sued the store's landlord, operator and security contractor for negligence, claiming lax security led to their loved ones' deaths.
To phase out or phase down fossil fuels? That is the question at COP28 climate talksAfter days of shaving off the edges of key warming issues, climate negotiators Tuesday zeroed in on the tough job of dealing with the main cause of what's overheating the planet: fossil fuels.
House Speaker Johnson is insisting on sweeping border security changes in a deal for Ukraine aidHouse Speaker Mike Johnson told fellow Republicans on Tuesday that sweeping changes to U.S. border policy would be their "hill to die on" in negotiations over President Joe Biden's nearly $106 billion package for the wars in Ukraine and Israel and other security needs.
Vice President Harris breaks nearly 200-year-old record for Senate tiebreaker votes, casts her 32ndVice President Kamala Harris broke a nearly 200-year-old record for casting the most tiebreaking votes in the Senate when she voted Tuesday to advance the confirmation of a new federal judge in Washington, D.C.
In a rare action against Israel, U.S. says extremist West Bank settlers will be barred from AmericaIn a rare punitive move against Israel, the State Department said Tuesday it will impose travel bans on extremist Jewish settlers implicated in a rash of recent attacks on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Tuberville is ending blockade of most military nominees, clearing way for hundreds to be approvedSen. Tommy Tuberville announced on Tuesday that he's ending his blockade of hundreds of military promotions, following heavy criticism from many of his colleagues in the Senate and clearing the way for hundreds to be approved soon.
Biden is spending most of the week raising money at events with James Taylor and Steven SpielbergPresident Joe Biden is making a big push to raise money for his reelection effort before the end of the year, appearing at seven events through next Monday -- with more to come.
U.S. unveils global strategy to commercialize fusion as source of clean energy during COP28The United States will work with other governments to speed up efforts to make nuclear fusion a new source of carbon-free energy, U.S. Climate Envoy John Kerry said Tuesday, the latest of many U.S. announcements the last week aimed at combatting climate change.
'We are officially hostages': How the Israeli kibbutz of Nir Oz embodied Hamas hostage strategyEight weeks into the Israel-Gaza war, the recent release of dozens of Israeli hostages -- with as many still in captivity -- is bringing new focus on what Hamas did on Oct. 7, the day its fighters rounded them up from communities across southern Israel.
UN agency cites worrying warming trend as COP28 summit grapples with curbing climate changeThe United Nations weather agency is reporting that glaciers shrank more than ever from 2011 and 2020 and the Antarctic ice sheet lost 75 percent more compared to the previous ten years, as it released its latest stark report about the fallout on the planet from climate change.
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