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The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
Charges against world's top golfer Scottie Scheffler dropped after arrest outside PGA Championship
Criminal charges against Scottie Scheffler have been dismissed, ending a legal saga that began with images of the world’s top golfer being arrested and handcuffed in Louisville during the PGA Championship
1:05PM ( 19 hours ago )
California advances measures targeting AI discrimination and deepfakes
California lawmakers have advanced a host of artificial intelligence proposals that would protect jobs, build public trust, fight algorithmic discrimination, and outlaw deepfakes involving elections or pornography
12:46PM ( 19 hours ago )
Heat-related monkey deaths are now reported in several Mexican states
Heat-related howler monkeys deaths in Mexico have been recorded in a total of four states, environmental authorities said
12:30PM ( 20 hours ago )
Black men who were asked to leave a flight sue American Airlines, claiming racial discrimination
Three Black men are suing American Airlines, claiming they were discriminated against when ordered to leave a plane in January
12:17PM ( 20 hours ago )
Amy Homma succeeds Jacqueline Stewart to lead Academy Museum
Jacqueline Stewart is leaving her post leading the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures to return to the University of Chicago
12:00PM ( 20 hours ago )
US pledges $135 million in aid to Western-leaning Moldova to counter Russian influence
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has pledged $135 million in aid to Moldova for energy security and to counter Russian disinformation
11:15AM ( 21 hours ago )
Blinken pledges $135 million in US aid to Moldova to counter Russian influence
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has pledged $135 million in aid to Moldova for energy security and to counter Russian disinformation as the Western-leaning nation struggles to blunt Russia's push for influence buoyed by recent successes in its war in neighboring Ukraine
11:15AM ( 21 hours ago )
Bronny James is staying in the NBA draft, agent Rich Paul announces
Bronny James is keeping his name in the NBA draft, with the hopes of joining his father in the league next season
11:12AM ( 21 hours ago )
Brazil's president withdraws his country's ambassador to Israel after criticizing the war in Gaza
Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has withdrawn his ambassador to Israel after months of tensions between the two countries over the war in Gaza
10:58AM ( 21 hours ago )