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The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
An Israeli preemptive strike against Hezbollah was averted early in the Gaza war, top official says
A member of Israel’s War Cabinet has confirmed reports that early in the war against Hamas in Gaza, an Israeli preemptive strike against Lebanon’s Hezbollah militia was called off at the last minute
4:51AM ( 5 months ago )
A Ukrainian drone attack on an oil depot inside Russia causes a massive blaze, officials say
A Russian official says a Ukrainian drone has struck an oil storage depot in western Russia, causing a massive blaze
4:43AM ( 5 months ago )
Japan hopes to join an elite club by landing on the moon: A closer look
Japan hopes to make the world's first “pinpoint landing” on the moon
4:21AM ( 5 months ago )
Japan joins an elite club by landing on the moon: A closer look
Japan hopes that it made the world’s first “pinpoint landing” on the moon when its spacecraft touched down on the lunar surface
4:21AM ( 5 months ago )
Japan joins an elite club by landing on the moon. What are others doing?
Japan has landed a spacecraft on the moon, an attempt at the world’s first “pinpoint lunar landing.”
4:21AM ( 5 months ago )
Live updates | Only a cease-fire deal can win hostages' release, an Israeli War Cabinet member says
A member of Israel’s War Cabinet says that only a cease-fire deal can win the release of dozens of hostages held by Hamas in Gaza
3:16AM ( 5 months ago )
Live updates | US jets strike Yemen a sixth time, as Israel's war in Gaza raises regional tensions
U.S. fighter jets struck Houthi rebel sites in Yemen for a sixth time Friday, taking out anti-ship missile launchers that were prepared to fire
3:16AM ( 5 months ago )
Live updates | US jets strike Yemen a sixth time as Israel's war in Gaza raises regional tensions
U.S. fighter jets struck Houthi rebel sites in Yemen for a sixth time Friday, taking out anti-ship missile launchers that were prepared to fire
3:16AM ( 5 months ago )
Angst over LGBTQ+ stories led to another canceled show. But in a Wyoming town, a play was salvaged
A canceled middle school play indicates there is still a ways to go before there is full LGBTQ+ acceptance in Wyoming
2:12AM ( 5 months ago )
Lions finally giving fans, including Eminem, chance to cheer for a winner after decades of futility
Eminem stood alongside Pro Football Hall of Famers Barry Sanders and Calvin Johnson before the Detroit Lions hosted a playoff game for the first time in three decades, soaking up an electric atmosphere at Ford Field
2:11AM ( 5 months ago )