Sunday, April 2, 2023
Sources: Trump facing at least 1 felony charge in NY case
Former President Donald Trump is facing multiple charges of falsifying business records, including at least one felony offense, in the indictment handed down by a Manhattan grand jury, two people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Friday.
Son says he watched roof crush father when tornado hit Belvidere theater during concertThe National Weather Service said Saturday it was indeed a tornado that struck a Belvidere theater where a roof collapsed and killed a 50-year-old man during a rock concert Friday night. The man's sister said he was a car and heavy metal enthusiast who attended the concert with his son -- who saw the roof collapse on his father.
At least 21 dead after tornadoes rake Midwest, SouthStorms that dropped possibly dozens of tornadoes killed at least 21 people in small towns and big cities across the South and Midwest, tearing a path through the Arkansas capital, collapsing the roof of a packed concert venue in Illinois, and leaving people throughout the region bewildered Saturday by the damage.
Taliban close women-run Afghan station for playing musicA women-run radio station in Afghanistan's northeast has been shut down for playing music during the holy month of Ramadan, a Taliban official said Saturday.
Ukraine asks court to put Orthodox leader under house arrestKYIV, Ukraine (AP) -- Ukraine's top security agency notified a top Orthodox priest Saturday that he was suspected of justifying Russia's aggression, a criminal offense, amid a bitter dispute over a famed Orthodox monastery. Metropolitan Pavel, the abbot of the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra monastery, Ukraine's most revered Orthodox site, has strongly resisted the authorities' order to vacate the complex. Earlier in the week, he cursed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, threatening him with damnation.
'War of the states': EV, chip makers lavished with subsidiesStates are doling out more cash than ever to lure multibillion-dollar microchip, electric vehicle and battery factories, inspiring ever-more competition as they dig deeper into their pockets to attract big employers and capitalize on a wave of huge new projects.
Israeli police fatally shoot man at Jerusalem's holiest siteJERUSALEM (AP) -- Israeli police shot and killed a man who they alleged tried to snatch an officer's gun at an entrance to a Jerusalem holy site early Saturday, raising fears of further violence during a time of heightened tensions at the flashpoint compound. Palestinian worshippers at the entrance to the site on Saturday morning had a different account, saying that police shot the man at least 10 times after he tried to prevent them from harassing a woman who was on her way to the holy compound, home to Al-Aqsa Mosque in the heart of Jerusalem's Old City -- the third holiest shrine in Islam. The compound, revered by Jews as the Temple Mount, is also the most sacred site in Judaism.
Funerals set for Nashville school shooting's 6 victimsFuneral arrangements were disclosed Thursday for the six people killed in this week's school shooting in Nashville, as the grieving city mourns the victims of the horrific attack that transformed what should have been a normal day of school on a bright, sunny morning into wrenching tragedy.
Europe's inflation eases to 6.9% as energy falls but food upInflation in the 20 countries that use the euro currency slowed to the lowest level in a year as energy prices dropped, but food costs were still on the rise, keeping pressure on the European Central Bank to hike interest rates further.
Russia sends bombs as Ukraine marks grim Bucha anniversaryRussia used its long-range arsenal to bombard anew several areas of Ukraine on Friday, killing at least two civilians and damaging homes as Ukrainians commemorated the anniversary of the liberation of Bucha.
36 bodies found inside well after collapse at Indian templeThirty-six bodies have been found inside a well at a Hindu temple in central India after dozens of people attending a festival fell into the muddy water when its cover collapsed, officials said Friday.
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