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The Media Line: Israel’s Labor Elects Yair Golan With Overwhelming Majority, but Former Leader Says Party Has Expired: ‘It Is Done’

Israel’s Labor Elects Yair Golan With Overwhelming Majority, but Former Leader Says Party Has Expired: ‘It Is Done’ Israel’s Labor party, once a political giant nearly synonymous with the state, now struggles for relevance amid a rightward shift in politics, influenced by security concerns and societal changes By Keren Setton and Steven Ganot/The Media Line Yair Golan, a former member of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, and Israel Defense Forces deputy […]

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Wu-Tang Clan’s unreleased ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ is headed to an Australia museum

NEW YORK (AP) — The sole physical copy of Wu-Tang Clan’s unreleased “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” is headed to Australia’s Museum of Old and New Art. Only a handful of ears have listened to Wu-Tang Clan’s seventh studio album to date. But next month, lucky MONA visitors may be able to hear part of it, too. In addition to putting the famed piece of music history on display, […]

todayMay 28, 2024

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Oregon wineries and vineyards seek $100 million from PacifiCorp for wildfire smoke damage to grapes

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Dozens of Oregon wineries and vineyards have sued PacifiCorp over the deadly 2020 wildfires that ravaged the state, alleging that the utility’s decision to not turn off power during the Labor Day windstorm contributed to blazes whose smoke and soot damaged their grapes and reduced their harvest and sales. In the latest lawsuit to hit the utility over the fires, some 30 wineries and vineyards in […]

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National Spelling Bee competitors try to address weaknesses, including ‘super short, tricky words’

OXON HILL, Md. (AP) — A four-letter word sent Shradha Rachamreddy to a third-place finish in last year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee. As the remaining spellers dwindled, Shradha was given “orle,” a heraldry term that means several small charges arranged to form a border within the edge of a field. It sounds exactly like “oral.” Shradha went with “orel” and heard the dreaded bell that signals a misspelled word. “I […]

todayMay 28, 2024

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Jessica Campbell could be candidate as an assistant in Seattle, new Kraken coach Dan Bylsma says

SEATTLE (AP) — New Seattle Kraken coach Dan Bylsma said current Coachella Valley assistant coach Jessica Campbell could be a candidate for a similar position with the NHL club. Bylsma has been the head coach at Coachella Valley for the past two seasons with Campbell as one of his assistants. Bylsma said Campbell and fellow Coachella Valley assistant Stu Bickell will be among a group in consideration for a role […]

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Almost 2 months after embassy raid, Ecuador is ‘ready’ to talk with Mexico and reach solution

QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Almost two months after police raided the Mexican embassy in Ecuador, the South American country’s government wants to re-establish communication with officials in Mexico and reach a solution to the diplomatic rift that followed the extraordinarily unusual use of force. Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Gabriela Sommerfeld, in an interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, said her country is “ready” for dialogue with Mexican officials with the […]

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Chicago police fatally shoot stabbing suspect and wound the person he was trying to stab

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago police fatally shot a stabbing suspect and wounded the person he was trying to stab after the suspect refused to drop his weapon, police said. Officers were patrolling the city’s west side about 11 p.m. Monday when they saw a male attempting to stab a male in the street and ordered the suspect to drop his weapon, police said. When the suspect continued the attack, officers […]

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Haiti transition council taps former PM to again lead country, source says

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – Haiti’s transition council on Tuesday asked former Prime Minister Garry Conille, who led the country for a short stint over a decade ago, to return to the role as the Caribbean nation works to restore stability and take back control from violent gangs, a member of the council told Reuters. The transition council voted 6-1 to install Conille as interim prime minister, the member said. (Reporting by […]

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