Six children and young adults are set to take 32 European governments to court for what they say is a failure to adequately address human-caused climate change.
The science of human evolution has made big leaps in recent years, and it’s painting a new picture of our origins.
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Tentative deal reached to end writers strike

Union leaders and Hollywood studios reached a tentative agreement Sunday to end a historic screenwriters strike after nearly five months — though no deal is yet in the works for striking actors. (Sept. 24)

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Elation as NASA’s first asteroid samples land on Earth

Elation as NASA’s first asteroid samples land on Earth

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Ukraine army drone units key to offensive

Ukrainian authorities say they are planning a major expansion of drone warfare in the coming months, following the successful use of small, headset-piloted models in attacks used to disrupt Russian military supply lines. (Sept. 17)

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Paleoartist brings back faces from the ancient past

John Gurche helps people understand what ancient humans looked like by creating lifelike models based on archaeological finds. The work requires a mix of artistic skill and scientific knowledge. (Sept. 24) (AP Video: Michael Hill)

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Migrants in Mexico take dangerous train ride to reach U.S.

As the train roared in the distance, some 5,000 mostly Venezuelan migrants hoping to make it to the U.S. sprung into action on the outskirts of the central Mexican city of Irapuato. (Sep. 23)

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Brazilians swelter in rare early spring heatwave

Rio de Janeiro’s beaches were packed on Sunday as Brazilians sweltered in a rare early spring heatwave. Spring only officially started on Saturday, but it has already hit abnormally high temperatures for the season. (Sept. 25) (AP video/Mario Lobao, Tatiana Pollastri)

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Gender-affirming care bans impact families even in states where it remains legal

Parents are facing challenges to continue treatments following gender-affirming care bans in many states. And even where it remains legal, some medical providers are wary of harsh liability provisions in laws and so they have abruptly halted care. (Sept. 22)

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A Venezuelan man and his pet squirrel made it to the US border. Now he’s preparing to say goodbye

A 23-year-old Venezuela man is preparing to say goodbye to a pet squirrel he says he brought from his home country on a journey to Mexico. If he’s granted asylum in the US, he’ll likely leave Niko, the pet squirrel, in Mexico. (Sept. 23) (AP Video by Valerie Gonzalez)

Egypt says it will hold a presidential election over three days in December with President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi highly likely to prolong his stay in power until 2030.
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Tuesday, September 26


8 p.m.

FS1 — PBA: The Elias Cup, Semifinals, Portland, Maine
Today in Sports, September 26 - U.S. regains the Ryder Cup by beating Team Europe 19-9 at Whistling Straits
This Date in Baseball, September 26 - The Minnesota Twins become the 1st team ever to hit 300 HRs in a season
Fresh fighting has erupted in the second-biggest town of Ethiopia’s turbulent Amhara region as militiamen clashed with the military over government plans to disarm local forces.
Three results in less than three weeks at the Rugby World Cup have jolted the sport and given the biggest indication in 20 years that times are a-changin’.
Police in Thailand have raided the residence of one of the country’s four deputy national police chiefs.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has expressed its concerns to the International Cricket Council over a delay in the issuing of its visas for next month’s World Cup in India and “inequitable treatment”.
Getty Images has a huge collection of stock photographs. But now it also has an artificial intelligence image-generator to make new images on the spot.
A growing movement opposing a highly controversial redevelopment of a historic Tokyo park has submitted a fresh petition in its campaign to get the national government to intervene and revise the plan to save more trees.
IndyCar will return to the Milwaukee Mile next season and Texas Motor Speedway is off the calendar for the first time since 1997 in the 2024 schedule.
A former neonatal nurse who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of seven babies in her care and trying to kill six others at a U.K. hospital will face a retrial on a charge of attempting to murder a newborn baby girl.
After Azerbaijan’s military offensive regained full control of the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region, another dispute is looming on the horizon with Armenia: the territory of Nakhchivan.
A South Carolina sheriff’s department says three teens were killed and a fourth person was wounded in a shooting.
Independent U.N.-backed human rights experts say they have turned up continued evidence of war crimes committed by Russian forces in their war against Ukraine.
Uruguay’s players must put the disappointment of defeat to Italy behind them if they are to leave the Rugby World Cup with at least one win.
Homophobic chanting by sections of Paris Saint-Germain fans targeting Marseille players has again marred the biggest game in French soccer and prompted calls for sanctions.
Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo flared anew over the weekend when some 30 heavily armed Serbs barricaded themselves in an Orthodox monastery in northern Kosovo, setting off a daylong gunbattle with police that left one officer and three attackers dead.
The Asian Games offer a preview of what could soon be coming to the Olympics. That’s surely the case with cricket, which seems headed to the Olympic program as soon as the 2028 Los Angeles Games or the 2032 Brisbane Games.
The latest talks over the mega dam Ethiopia is building on the Nile River’s main tributary have broken up without an agreement.
President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to reveal how France plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet the country’s climate-related commitments within the next seven years.
South Korea’s League of Legends team has breezed through its first day of competition at the Asian Games and was bolstered by a strong performance by top player Lee Sang-hyeok.
Less than a year after a stirring run to the NL Championship Series, the high-priced, underperforming San Diego Padres are defending themselves against reports there is a lack of clubhouse leadership within a dysfunctional organization.
The top tier of The Associated Press college football poll is getting crowded. Georgia remains a clear No. 1 in the Top 25.
The Kansas City Royals have lost more than 100 games this year. They’ve also been a thorn in the side of the defending champion Houston Astros lately.
William Byron grew up a huge fan of Hendrick Motorsports when watching Jimmie Johnson win championships. He also wanted to one day drive for that organization.
Iowa’s 31-0 loss at Penn State didn’t help Hawkeyes offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz in his bid to meet metrics set for him by the administration.
London police have been forced to call on neighboring departments and the military for backup after scores of specially trained firearms officers refused to carry guns after the murder charge filed against one of their colleagues.
New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins is facing an uphill battle to woo voters less than three weeks before an election.
A trial is opening in a French counterterrorism court over the killing of two police officers in their home in 2016, in front of their 3-year-old son.