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At Justice Samuel Alito’s House, a ‘Stop the Steal’ Symbol on Display

An upside-down flag, adopted by Trump supporters contesting the Biden win, flew over the justice’s lawn as the Supreme Court was considering an election case.

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First Supplies Enter Gaza Through Pier Built by U.S. Military

It was the first humanitarian aid in months to be sent to the territory by sea. No U.S. troops entered Gaza, the Pentagon said.

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In a symbolic vote, the House passed a bill that would rebuke President Biden for pausing an arms shipment to Israel.


Ukraine Hits Energy Facilities With Huge Drone Attack, Russia Says

The strikes targeted southwestern Russia and the Russian-occupied peninsula of Crimea, hitting oil facilities and a substation, leading to rolling blackouts.

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Vladimir Putin’s China Visit Highlights Military Ties That Worry the West

The Russian leader visited an institute known for defense research, and Xi Jinping saw him off with a rare and seemingly deliberate embrace for the cameras.

Trump’s Lawyer and Cohen Match Wits in Crucial Cross-Examination

Michael Cohen tried to parry attacks on his honesty as Todd Blanche, Donald Trump’s lawyer, tried to destroy his credibility with jurors.

Here are five takeaways from a grueling day of cross-examination for Michael Cohen.

Enough Republicans attended Donald Trump’s criminal trial in Manhattan that they risked losing control of the House floor.

And the defense calls ... the pizza guy.

Texas Governor Pardons Man in Fatal Shooting of Protester in 2020

Gov. Greg Abbott pardoned Daniel Perry, who was convicted of killing a protester during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Austin.

Daniel S. Perry was convicted last year of killing Garrett Foster at a Black Lives Matter protest in 2020.

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The Premier League’s Asterisk Season

On the field, soccer’s richest competition is a picture of health. Away from it, the league faces lawsuits, infighting and the threat of government regulation.

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Slovakia’s Politics Were Toxic Long Before Its Prime Minister Was Shot

Years of vitriolic rhetoric, worsened by the Covid-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine, left Slovakia with bitter political division.

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Taiwan, on China’s Doorstep, Is Dealing With TikTok Its Own Way

The island democracy was early to ban TikTok on government phones, and the ruling party refuses to use it. But a U.S.-style ban is not under consideration.

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How President Biden and Donald Trump Might Try to Win Their Debates

Veteran Republican and Democratic strategists offered their advice for the presidential candidates’ goals during their two planned debates.

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It is a time-honored tradition in U.S. politics: wealthy people burning through their fortunes to ultimately lose an election.

Two House committees voted along party lines to recommend holding Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt.

Storms Batter Houston Area, Leaving at Least 4 Dead

Buildings were damaged and about one million people were without power, which may not be restored in parts of the city for as many as 48 hours.

Menendez Jurors See the Gold Bars at the Heart of a Bribery Case

An F.B.I. agent, testifying for the government, described his search of Senator Robert Menendez’s house in New Jersey.

Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey, surrounded by law enforcement officers,  arrives at federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday.

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I Was a Republican Partisan. It Altered the Way I Saw the World.

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Beware the Pettiness of the Powerful

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Finding an Opening, Trump’s Team Catches Michael Cohen Unawares

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I Was Shot in Vermont. What if It Had Been in the West Bank?

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Things Are About to Get Worse for Ukraine

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From the Embers of an Old Genocide, a New One May Be Emerging

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Supreme Court Ruling on Consumer Watchdog Frees Up Related Legal Actions

The ruling upholding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s funding will clear the way to resume a score of court cases that involve the agency.

N.F.L. Player Draws Rebukes (and Trolling) for Graduation Speech

Kansas City’s Harrison Butker quoted Taylor Swift lyrics while telling men to be “unapologetic in your masculinity” and women to focus on being homemakers.

At Least 12 Arrested at U.C. Berkeley After Police Order Protesters to Disperse

The authorities had given pro-Palestinian demonstrators until 7 p.m. to vacate a new encampment that had been erected at a fire-damaged complex on campus.

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China Says It Will Start Buying Apartments as Housing Slump Worsens

Signaling growing alarm, policymakers ramped up their efforts to stem a continued and steady decline in real estate values.

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Jenny Holzer Shines New Light in Dark Places

Her signboards predated by a decade the news “crawl.” At the Guggenheim she is still bending the curve: Just read the art, is the message.

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At least 4 people are killed in Houston after a severe thunderstorm passed through

Fans make their way into Minute Maid Park as a severe thunderstorm hit before a baseball game between the Oakland Athletics and the Houston Astros, Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Houston. Karen Warren/Houston Chronicle via AP hide caption

At least 4 people are killed in Houston after a severe thunderstorm passed through

May 17, 2024 • Across the city, power lines and trees are downed, traffic lights are out and glass is scattered across downtown. About 900,000 customers were left without power early Friday.

The NFL responds after a player urges female college graduates to become homemakers

Kansas City Chiefs player Harrison Butker, pictured at a press conference in February, is in hot water for his recent commencement speech at Benedictine College in Kansas. Chris Unger/Getty Images hide caption

The NFL responds after a player urges female college graduates to become homemakers

May 16, 2024 • Harrison Butker of the Kansas City Chiefs urged female graduates to embrace the title of "homemaker" in a controversial commencement speech. The NFL says he was speaking "in his personal capacity."

The Dow Jones hits 40,000 for the first time. What to know about this major milestone

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York City on May 16, 2024, when the Dow hit 40,000 points for the first time ever. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

The Dow Jones hits 40,000 for the first time. What to know about this major milestone

May 16, 2024 • Stock markets received a boost from new data showing inflation is easing. Lower inflation has raised hopes about the U.S. economy — but there are still a lot of unknowns.

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U.S. military says aid is now being delivered into Gaza over a floating pier

The image provided by U.S, Central Command, shows U.S. Army soldiers, U.S. Navy sailors and Israel Defense Forces placing the Trident Pier on the coast of Gaza Strip on Thursday. AP hide caption

Middle East crisis — explained

U.s. military says aid is now being delivered into gaza over a floating pier.

May 17, 2024 • The shipment is the first in an operation that U.S. military officials anticipate could scale up to 150 truckloads a day entering the Gaza Strip as Israel presses in on the southern city of Rafah.

Middle East crisis — explained

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May 17, 2024 • The conflict between Israel and Palestinians — and other groups in the Middle East — goes back decades. These stories provide context for current developments and the history that led up to them.

Arrests at the U.S. border fall in April, bucking usual spring increase

A group of people wait to be processed after crossing the border between Mexico and the United States as they seek asylum in April 2024, near Jacumba, Calif. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

Arrests at the U.S. border fall in April, bucking usual spring increase

May 16, 2024 • U.S. officials have largely attributed the decline to more enforcement in Mexico, including in yards where migrants are known to board freight trains.

Biden ending new leases in America's top coal region

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Biden ending new leases in America's top coal region

May 16, 2024 • Citing climate change, federal land managers are moving to end new leasing for coal in the country's top producing region.

1,500 college applicants thought they were accepted. They soon learned it was an error

Applicants to Georgia State University received a welcome email for the 2024-25 school year. However, the email was sent in error to 1,500 applicants by the school's admissions office. Here, the campus celebrates its fall commencement exercises on Dec. 17, 2014, in Atlanta. Meg Buscema/Georgia State University hide caption

1,500 college applicants thought they were accepted. They soon learned it was an error

May 16, 2024 • Georgia State University says the students were not sent an official acceptance letter but "communication" from a department welcoming those who intend to major in a specific academic area.

Trump's New York criminal trial could head to jury deliberation as soon as next week

Michael Cohen, former personal lawyer to former President Donald Trump, and attorney Danya Perry leave his apartment building on his way to Manhattan Criminal Court in New York City on Thursday. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

Trump's New York criminal trial could head to jury deliberation as soon as next week

May 16, 2024 • Once an ally of the former president, now Cohen has spent a third day of testifying against him. He alleges Trump knew about the deal with an adult film star to keep quiet about an alleged affair.

Those sickened by U.S. nuclear testing program take their fight to Congress

Maggie Billiman holds a picture of her late parents, Mary Louis and Howard Billiman. She believes her father died of cancer related to his exposure to nuclear fallout. Claudia Grisales/NPR hide caption

Those sickened by U.S. nuclear testing program take their fight to Congress

May 16, 2024 • People who live near the areas where nuclear weapons were tested say their communities still suffer harm and are pressing Congress to renew funding to help them.

Here's what's holding back Medicaid expansion in Mississippi and other Southern states

A coalition of advocates call for full Medicaid expansion in Mississippi at a rally at the State Capitol in Jackson, Miss., Wednesday, April 17, 2024. The gathering drew supporters from throughout the state representing religious, social and human service organizations, medical professionals and legislators. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Here's what's holding back medicaid expansion in mississippi and other southern states.

May 16, 2024 • More than a million people could get health care if these states would pass laws expanding Medicaid. Most residents want the expansion but entrenched politics stands in the way.

Supreme Court upholds funding structure for consumer watchdog agency

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the way the CFPB is funded. Al Drago/Getty Images hide caption

Supreme Court upholds funding structure for consumer watchdog agency

May 16, 2024 • The opinion was written by Justice Clarence Thomas, who reversed the decision of the 5th Circuit. Justices Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito dissented.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs a bill that strikes climate change from state law

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at a Feb. 8 luncheon in Tampa, Fla. Climate change will be a lesser priority in Florida and largely disappear from state statutes under legislation signed Wednesday by DeSantis. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs a bill that strikes climate change from state law

May 16, 2024 • Under the new law, climate change will largely disappear from state statutes. Critics say the move ignores the risks of climate change facing Florida, including rising seas, flooding and extreme heat.

Taylor Swift joked that 'jet lag is a choice.' A sleep expert has thoughts about that

Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs embraces Taylor Swift after defeating the San Francisco 49ers during this year's Super Bowl in Las Vegas. Swift, who flew in from Tokyo to attend the game, jokingly told him, "jet lag is a choice." Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

Taylor Swift joked that 'jet lag is a choice.' A sleep expert has thoughts about that

May 16, 2024 • Plus, six tips on how to stay alert and minimize sluggishness when traveling rapidly across multiple time zones.

White House cites executive privilege over tapes of special counsel's Biden interview

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White House cites executive privilege over tapes of special counsel's Biden interview

May 16, 2024 • House Republicans want to hold the attorney general in contempt over the department's refusal to hand over an audio recording of a special counsel's interview with the president.

'Whale Fall' centers the push-and-pull between dreams and responsibilities

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'whale fall' centers the push-and-pull between dreams and responsibilities.

May 16, 2024 • Elizabeth O'Connor's spare and bracing debut novel provides a stark reckoning with what it means to be seen from the outside, both as a person and as a people.

Biden and Trump agree to two debates; how outdoor time can protect kids' eyesight

In this file photo from 2020, President Biden and then-President Donald Trump participate in the second and final presidential debate of that election. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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Biden and trump agree to two debates; how outdoor time can protect kids' eyesight.

May 16, 2024 • Biden and Trump have agreed to two presidential debate dates that break from tradition. Spending time outdoors daily can protect children from myopia.

With flyers more distracted than ever, United rolls out a rebooted safety video

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With flyers more distracted than ever, United rolls out a rebooted safety video

May 16, 2024 • United Airlines is releasing a new safety video for the first time in years. The refresh comes as airlines struggle to hold the attention of passengers who are distracted by screens of their own.

Israel has no plan for Gaza after Hamas rule, the Israeli defense chief says

Israeli military spokesman Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari stands at the opening to a tunnel near the border with Israel on Dec. 15, 2023, northern Gaza Strip. The Israeli military said this was the largest tunnel they'd found yet in Gaza. Amir Levy/Getty Images hide caption

Israel has no plan for Gaza after Hamas rule, the Israeli defense chief says

May 16, 2024 • Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant's harsh public critique of Israel's war strategy set off a political firestorm that could threaten Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's hold on power.

Groups that register voters are feeling besieged by new state laws

Poder Latinx canvasser Humberto Orjuela helps Andres Navarro register to vote in a Presidente Supermarket parking lot in Orlando on April 20. New restrictions in Florida have made voter registration work more difficult for Poder Latinx and other third-party groups. Keren Carrión/NPR hide caption

Groups that register voters are feeling besieged by new state laws

May 16, 2024 • New Republican-backed laws in several states add large fines or criminal penalties for minor mistakes in voter registration work. As groups pull back, they're reaching fewer voters.

Private mission to save the Hubble Space Telescope raises concerns, NASA emails show

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Private mission to save the Hubble Space Telescope raises concerns, NASA emails show

May 16, 2024 • When a private space traveler said he wanted to take a SpaceX capsule on a mission to improve the aging Hubble telescope, NASA studied the options. Internal emails show concern about the risk.

Slovak authorities charge 'lone wolf' with assassination attempt on the prime minister

Rescue workers take Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, who was shot and injured, to a hospital in the town of Banska Bystrica, in central Slovakia, on Wednesday. Jan Kroslák/AP hide caption

Slovak authorities charge 'lone wolf' with assassination attempt on the prime minister

May 16, 2024 • Slovak authorities charged a man Thursday with attempting to assassinate the populist Prime Minister Robert Fico, saying the suspect acted alone in a politically motivated attack.

Barge hits bridge connecting Galveston and Pelican Island, causing oil to spill

Workers survey the site where a barge crashed into the Pelican Island Bridge, on Wednesday in Galveston, Texas. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

Barge hits bridge connecting Galveston and Pelican Island, causing oil to spill

May 16, 2024 • The collision's impact sent pieces of the bridge, which connects Galveston to Pelican Island, tumbling on top of the barge and shut down a stretch of waterway so crews could clean up the spill.

U.S. elections face more threats from foreign actors and artificial intelligence

Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines testifying before a Senate hearing earlier this month. During a May 15 hearing, she identified Russia as the greatest foreign threat to this year's U.S. elections. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

Untangling Disinformation

U.s. elections face more threats from foreign actors and artificial intelligence.

May 15, 2024 • "Russia remains the most active foreign threat to our elections," said Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, noting that new AI technologies make influence operations easier to pull off.

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The fence of an Israeli military position is seen damaged after Hezbollah targeted it by rockets, on an occupied hill of Kfar Chouba village, southeast Lebanon, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2023. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla, File)

The fence of an Israeli military position is seen damaged after Hezbollah targeted it by rockets, on an occupied hill of Kfar Chouba village, southeast Lebanon, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2023. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla, File)

Hezbollah introduces new weapons and tactics against Israel as war in Gaza drags on

Us military says first aid shipment has been driven across a newly built us pier into the gaza strip, dozens of israeli protesters attack a truck in the occupied west bank and beat its driver, israel will respond to genocide charges at un court after south africa urgently requests cease-fire.

Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., speaks during a news conference near Manhattan criminal court Thursday, May 16, 2024, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

House Republicans ditch their day jobs to stand with Trump, while legislating languishes

Smoke rises during protests in Noumea, New Caledonia, Wednesday May 15, 2024. France has imposed a state of emergency in the French Pacific territory of New Caledonia. The measures imposed on Wednesday for at least 12 days boost security forces' powers to quell deadly unrest that has left four people dead, erupting after protests over voting reforms. (AP Photo/Nicolas Job)

Violence rages in New Caledonia as France rushes emergency reinforcements to its Pacific territory

This image released by Maxar Technologies shows a damaged plane, likely a MiG 31 fighter aircraft, at Belbek air base, near Sevastopol, in Crimea, Thursday, May 16, 2024. (Satellite image ©2024 Maxar Technologies via AP)

Massive Ukrainian drone attack on Crimea causes power cutoffs in Sevastopol

A car crushed by falling bricks from a fallen building wall sits in a downtown parking lot after a severe thunderstorm passed through, Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Severe storms kill at least 4 in Houston, knock out power to 900,000 homes and businesses

FILE - Jared Kushner listens as former President Donald Trump announces he is running for president for the third time as he speaks at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., Nov. 15, 2022. Kushner defended on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, his business dealings after leaving government with the Saudi crown prince who was implicated in the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

Protests are planned in Serbia against a real estate project financed by Trump’s son-in-law Kushner

A worker walks past the logo of the factory of King Yuan Electronics Co. after work in Miaoli County, western Taiwan, May 9, 2024. In late April 2024, King Yuan Electronics Corp., a Taiwanese company specializing in semiconductor testing and packaging, said it was ending its two-decade-long run in mainland China by selling off its entire stake, worth $670 million, in its venture in the eastern Chinese city of Suzhou. (AP Photo/Chiang Ying-ying)

Taiwan is selling more to the US than China in major shift away from Beijing

Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, attend an informal meeting in Beijing, China, on Thursday, May 16, 2024. (Mikhail Metzel, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

Putin focuses on trade and cultural exchanges in Harbin, China, after reaffirming ties with Xi

FILE - Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker speaks to the media during NFL football Super Bowl 58 opening night Monday, Feb. 5, 2024, in Las Vegas. Butker railed against Pride month along with President Biden’s leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic and his stance on abortion during a commencement address at Benedictine College last weekend. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

NFL distances itself from Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker’s comments during commencement speech

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Dashcam footage shows a semi-truck nearly plunging off a Louisville bridge. The footage was presented in court in a criminal case against a driver seen swerving in front of the semi. The semi-truck driver was rescued from the dangling cab by firefighters.

Dashcam and bodycam show the immediate aftermath of a deadly bus crash in Florida

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Rescue workers take Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, who was shot and injured, to a hospital in the town of Banska Bystrica, central Slovakia, Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Slovakia’s populist Prime Minister Robert Fico is in life-threatening condition after being wounded in a shooting Wednesday afternoon, according to his Facebook profile. (Jan Kroslak/TASR via AP)

Shaken by the Fico assassination attempt, the EU wonders if June elections can be free of violence

Relatives and friends carry the coffin that contain the remains of man slain in a mass shooting, into a church for a funeral service in Huitzilac, Mexico, Tuesday, May 14, 2024. The shooting in the mountain township beset by crime just south of Mexico City resulted in several deaths, authorities said Sunday. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Mexico’s cartel violence haunts civilians in the lead-up to June elections

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An array of election posters from various political parties are displayed on poles in Pretoria, South Africa, Thursday, May 16, 2024. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

South Africa’s election could bring a defining moment — and new complications. Here’s what to know

A billboard of presidential incumbent candidate Luis Abinader in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Thursday, May 16, 2024. Dominican Republic will hold general elections on May 19. (AP Photo/Matias Delacroix)

Haiti’s crisis rises to the forefront of elections in neighboring Dominican Republic

FILE - Chadian interim President Mahamat Deby Itno casts his ballot, in N'djamena, Chad, Monday, May 6, 2024, in a long delayed presidential election that is set to end three years of military rule. Chad’s military leader, Deby Itno, has been declared the winner of this week’s presidential election, according to provisional results released Thursday May9. The results were contested by his main rival, Prime Minister Succès Masra. (AP Photo/Mouta, File)

Chad’s military leader is confirmed as election winner in the final tally despite opposition protest

This image provided by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, shows bricks that were believed to be part of military barracks during the American Revolution at an archaeological dig at Colonial Williamsburg, Va. The museum announced the site’s discovery on Tuesday, May 14, 2024. (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation via AP)

Archaeologists believe they’ve found site of Revolutionary War barracks in Virginia

Family members of the crew of the U.S. navy aircraft carriers USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) see off at the U.S. navy's Yokosuka base Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Yokosuka, south of Tokyo. This is the ship's final departure from Yokosuka before transiting back to the United States. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

USS Ronald Reagan leaves its Japan home port after nearly 9 years

FILE - The McDonald's restaurant logo and golden arch is lit up, April 20, 2006, in Chicago. McDonald’s plans to introduce a $5 meal deal in the U.S. in June 2024 to counter slowing sales and customers’ frustration with high prices. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)

McDonald’s plans $5 US meal deal next month to counter customer frustration over high prices

Giancarlo Esposito, from left, Chloe Fineman, Nathalie Emmanuel, director Francis Ford Coppola, Adam Driver, Aubrey Plaza, and Jon Voight pose for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film 'Megalopolis' at the 77th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Thursday, May 16, 2024. (Photo by Daniel Cole/Invision/AP)

Francis Ford Coppola debuts ‘Megalopolis’ in Cannes, and the reviews are in

Lainey Wilson accepts the award for entertainer of the year during the 59th annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Thursday, May 16, 2024, at the Ford Center in Frisco, Texas. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Lainey Wilson wins big at the 2024 Academy of Country Music Awards, including the top honor

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FILE - In this 1943 photo, a group of Polish Jews are led away for deportation by German SS soldiers, during the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto by German troops after an uprising in the Jewish quarter. Two Polish historians are facing a libel trial for a scholarly examination of Polish behavior during World War II, a case whose outcome is expected to determine the fate of independent Holocaust research under Poland’s nationalist government. A verdict is expected Feb. 9. (AP Photo, B/W File)

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FILE - A person walks through a parking lot at a shopping mall on Dec. 8, 2016 in King of Prussia, Pa. Many newer cars use wireless key fobs and push-button starters. The technology makes it more convenient to get into your vehicle, but it also makes things easier for thieves. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

One Tech Tip: Protecting your car from the growing risk of keyless vehicle thefts

FILE - A Paqui One Chip Challenge chip is displayed in Boston, Friday, Sept. 8, 2023. A medical examiner says a Massachusetts teen who participated in a spicy tortilla chip challenge died from ingesting a substance “with a high capsaicin concentration,” according to autopsy results The Associated Press obtained late Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Capsaicin is a chili pepper extract. Harris Wolobah died on Sept. 1, 2023, after eating the chip. (AP Photo/Steve LeBlanc, File)

Teen who ate spicy tortilla chip died of high chile consumption and had a heart defect, autopsy says

Newly minted Michelin-starred chef Arturo Rivera Martínez prepares an order of tacos at the Tacos El Califa de León taco stand, in Mexico City, Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Tacos El Califa de León is the first ever taco stand to receive a Michelin star from the French dining guide. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

The first Mexican taco stand to get a Michelin star is a tiny business where the heat makes the meat

Simone Hetherington, a speaker during public comment, urges lawmakers not to pass the masking bill during the state Senate Rules Committee in the Legislative Building in Raleigh, N.C., Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Hetherington told lawmakers she is immunocompromised and is concerned how the bill would impact her ability to wear a mask in public. (AP Photo/Makiya Seminera)

North Carolina lawmakers push bill to ban most public mask wearing, citing crime

FILE - The Mirage hotel-casino is seen, May 3, 2018, in Las Vegas. The iconic Mirage hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip will shut its doors this summer on July 17, 2024, the end of an era for a property credited with helping transform Sin City into an ultra-luxury resort destination. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)

The Mirage casino, which ushered in an era of Las Vegas Strip megaresorts in the ‘90s, is closing

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President of the Football Associated of Brazil Ednaldo Rodrigues, delivers his speech , after Brazil was chosen to host the 2027 Women's World Cup soccer at the FIFA Congress in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, May 17, 2024.(AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

President of the Football Associated of Brazil Ednaldo Rodrigues, delivers his speech , after Brazil was chosen to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup soccer at the FIFA Congress in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, May 17, 2024.(AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

Argentina and Messi will play two warm-up matches in the US ahead of Copa America

Fifa to seek legal advice on a palestinian proposal to suspend israel from international soccer, team captain and two other players arrested over alleged soccer match-fixing in australia.

Minnesota Timberwolves guard Anthony Edward, left, runs down the court after making a 3-point shot against the Denver Nuggets during the first half of Game 6 of an NBA basketball second-round playoff series Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Abbie Parr)

Timberwolves force Game 7 by blowing out Nuggets 115-70 behind 27 points from Anthony Edwards

Mets beat phillies 6-5 in 11 innings to avoid home-and-home sweep, schauffele gets another major scoring record and sets the pace at pga championship.

FILE - A woman meditates on the beach in Miami Beach, Fla., on April 28, 2010. Research shows a daily meditation practice can reduce anxiety, improve overall health and increase social connections, among other benefits. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)

If you’ve tried meditating but can’t sit still, here’s how — and why — to try again

Ultra runner Helen Ryvar runs through an underpass in Wrexham during running a half marathon in Wrexham, Wales, Wednesday, March 20, 2024. Helen who took up running in 2020 just before lockdown completes her daily half marathon early so as to fit in a full time job and being a single parent to 3 children. (AP Photo/Jon Super)

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Gene and Sallie Carr pose for a picture in their recently remodeled home on Tuesday, May 7, 2024, in Hendersonville, N.C. An increasing number of Americans in their late 50s and older are staying in their houses, some by choice, others because they're locked into low mortgage rates that are too low to give up. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Some older Americans splurge to keep homes accessible while others struggle to make safety upgrades

A grab bar next to the bathtub is shown in the recently remodeled home of Gene and Sallie Carr on Tuesday, May 7, 2024, in Hendersonville, N.C. An increasing number of Americans in their late 50s and older are staying in their houses, some by choice, others because they're locked into low mortgage rates that are too low to give up. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Tips to make a house or apartment safe and accessible for older adults living at home

FILE - James Walter uses a phone at home in the Queens borough of New York, on April 7, 2021. Sleep scientists long ago established that insufficient sleep is linked with poor health outcomes, anxiety, obesity and several other negative effects. The research is equally conclusive that smartphones are particularly disruptive to the circadian clock that regulates sleep and other hormones. (AP Photo/Jessie Wardarski, File)

The blue light isn’t the only reason it’s a bad idea to look at screens at bedtime

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Fireworks go off as the Belem, the three-masted sailing ship bringing the Olympic flame from Greece, enters the Old Port in Marseille, southern France, Wednesday, May 8, 2024. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)

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Workers push a motorcycle along a wooden plank at the port of the coastal town of Santa Ana, Cagayan province, northern Philippines on Tuesday, May 7, 2024. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Sleepy far-flung towns in the Philippines will host US forces returning to counter China threats

A man dressed in traditional clothes tries to pull his opponent over the table at the German Championships in Fingerhakeln or finger wrestling, in Bernbeuren, Germany, Sunday, May 12, 2024. Competitors battled for the title in this traditional rural sport where the winner has to pull his opponent over a marked line on the table. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

German men with the strongest fingers compete in Bavaria’s ‘Fingerhakeln’ wrestling championship

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US prisoners are being assigned dangerous jobs. But what happens if they are hurt or killed?

Afro-cuban drums, muslim prayers, buddhist mantras: religious diversity blooms in once-atheist cuba, india’s parliament has fewer muslims as strength of modi’s party grows, ap investigation: in hundreds of deadly police encounters, officers broke multiple safety guidelines.

FILE - A voter drops off a vote-by-mail ballot on March 12, 2024, during the presidential primary election in Vancouver, Wash. At rallies and in social media posts, former President Donald Trump has been trying to assure Republican voters that casting ballots by mail and other forms of early voting are “all good options.” (AP Photo/Jenny Kane, File)

GOP tries to ‘correct the narrative’ on use of mailed ballots after years of conflicting messages

Trump will campaign in minnesota after attending his son barron’s graduation, latinos found jobs and cheap housing in a pennsylvania city but political power has proven elusive, amy kremer helped organize the pro-trump jan. 6 rally. now she is seeking a georgia seat on the rnc.

FILE - Alec Baldwin attends the Roundabout Theatre Company's annual gala at the Ziegfeld Ballroom on Monday, March 6, 2023, in New York. A New Mexico judge is considering whether to dismiss a grand jury indictment against actor Alec Baldwin in the fatal shooting on the set of a Western movie, at a scheduled court hearing on Friday. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, file)

Judge considers dismissing indictment against Alec Baldwin in fatal shooting of cinematographer

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New York Rangers' Chris Kreider, second from right, celebrates his goal against the Carolina Hurricanes with teammates during the third period in Game 6 of an NHL hockey Stanley Cup second-round playoff series in Raleigh, N.C., Thursday, May 16, 2024. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)

Kreider’s 3rd-period hat trick lifts Rangers into Eastern Conference Final with win over Hurricanes

A pair of late 3-putts sent tiger woods to a sluggish 1-over start at the pga championship, caitlin clark fever races through indy to overshadow pacers and indianapolis 500, breanna stewart ruins caitlin clark’s home debut by leading liberty past fever 102-66.

FILE - Daniel Perry enters the courtroom at the Blackwell-Thurman Criminal Justice Center, May 10, 2023, in Austin, Texas. The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles on Thursday, May 16, 2024, recommended a full pardon for Perry, a former U.S. Army sergeant convicted of murder for fatally shooting an armed demonstrator in 2020 during nationwide protests against police violence and racial injustice. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP, Pool, File)

Texas governor pardons ex-Army sergeant convicted of killing Black Lives Matter protester

Iowa center called police nearly 1,000 times in 3 years before teen killed staffer, records show, the latest hot spot for illegal border crossings is san diego. but routes change quickly.

The image provided by U.S, Central Command, shows U.S. Army soldiers assigned to the 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary), U.S. Navy sailors assigned to Amphibious Construction Battalion 1, and Israel Defense Forces placing the Trident Pier on the coast of Gaza Strip on Thursday, May 16, 2024. The temporary pier is part of the Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore capability. The U.S. military finished installing the floating pier on Thursday, with officials poised to begin ferrying badly needed humanitarian aid into the enclave besieged over seven months of intense fighting in the Israel-Hamas war. (U.S. Central Command via AP)

What to know about how much the aid from a US pier project will help Gaza

North korea test-fires suspected missiles a day after us and south korea conduct a fighter jet drill.

FILE - United Auto Workers union supporters attend a rally, Saturday, May 4, 2024, in Birmingham, Ala. The United Auto Workers union faces the latest test of its ambitious plan to unionize auto plants in the historically nonunion South when a vote ends Friday, May 17, at two Mercedes-Benz factories near Tuscaloosa, Ala. (AP Photo/Kim Chandler, File)

UAW’s push to unionize factories in South faces latest test in vote at 2 Mercedes plants in Alabama

Nra kicks off annual meeting as board considers successor to longtime leader wayne lapierre, china rolls out new measures to fix its property crisis, spur growth, stock market today: world shares retreat, though china stocks are lifted by new property measures.

This image released by NASA shows the ZS7 galaxy system, revealing the ionized hydrogen emission in orange and the doubly ionized oxygen emission in dark red. (ESA/Webb, NASA via AP)

Webb telescope uncovers merger of two massive black holes from early universe

Experts say coral reef bleaching near record level globally because of ‘crazy’ ocean heat, when the first warm-blooded dinosaurs roamed earth, this giant gas planet is as fluffy and puffy as cotton candy.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film 'Megalopolis' at the 77th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Thursday, May 16, 2024. (Photo by Daniel Cole/Invision/AP)

CANNES DIARY: Behind the scenes of the 2024 film festival

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The senior, who Saturday will look to qualify for the State Meet for a second year in a row, follows her brother as recipient of the honor given to students who best represent the school, factoring in arts, academics, athletics and activities.

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Ex-San Jose mayor criticizes Democratic Party process after it endorses rival

After losing his party’s endorsement by a single vote, congressional candidate Sam Liccardo is taking aim at the...

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San Jose State students stage protest and call for divestment

San Jose State University students have set up a dozen tents on a lawn in front of Clark...

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San Jose garbage and recycling rates are on the rise again, making it more difficult for low-income families...

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In the face of the growing housing crisis, San Jose residents are urging elected officials to preserve funds...

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Protesters wearing shirts with fake blood lined the streets of Google’s Mountain View headquarters this morning during one...

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State officials are contradicting claims made by San Jose Mayor Matt Mahan in his push to redirect affordable...

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A closer look at BART’s extension to Santa Clara

Despite ballooning costs and delays, BART's much-anticipated extension in Silicon Valley is inching forward as pre-construction work begins on the transit agency's Santa Clara stop. Editor Nick Preciado digs into the update with reporter B. Sakura Cannesta, who covers Santa Clara and Sunnyvale.

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Op-ed: College brings hope to incarcerated students

Op-ed: College brings hope to incarcerated students

A large body of research over the last few decades demonstrates education, including secondary  education, can significantly reduce the likelihood of an individual who has been incarcerated reentering the criminal justice system. Individuals who enroll in postsecondary education programs are 28% less  likely to be reincarcerated than those who do not. Based on the research, many community colleges across California recognize that students in the criminal justice system often haven’t had access to secondary education. Less than 4% of formerly incarcerated individuals have a college degree compared to 29% of the general population. Formed in 2020, the Rising Scholars Network...

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Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez may pursue legal action against San Diego County after being snubbed twice for one of...

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Monta Vista High celebrates their win against Moreau Catholic High in a boys volleyball Division III playoff game at Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward, Calif., on Thursday, May 16, 2023. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

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3Below Theaters is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its venue, which opened as Camera 3 in downtown San Jose.

High School Sports | San Jose movie theater turns back the clock with 1984 movies and ticket prices

A residential development that would produce hundreds of homes near downtown San Jose is making progress.

High School Sports | Big San Jose housing project advances with property purchase deal

The South Bay's top prosecutor and chief public defender object to staffing reductions meant to help close the county's $251 million deficit.

High School Sports | Santa Clara County DA, public defender forewarn trouble from proposed budget cuts

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The popular attraction at Lake Cunningham Park in East San Jose should be open for visitors in June.

High School Sports | San Jose’s Raging Waters gets a new name ahead of opening

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Residents of a Willow Glen apartment complex were temporarily displaced after a fire was reported in its underground parking structure.

High School Sports | Willow Glen fire temporarily displaces apartment complex residents

High school sports | affordable san jose homes may rise at willow glen restaurant site, high school sports | willow glen lifestyles home tour celebrates 40th year, high school sports | ‘10 years’ for full office market recovery: bay area real estate exec, high school sports | apartments could sprout on empty site in willow glen, high school sports | symphony san jose plays ‘e.t.’ score at screenings, high school sports | tesla boss elon musk starts to “make things good” after san jose pie fiasco, high school sports | los gatos resident helps neighbors see the light during power outages, almaden valley.

Area is replete with Derby Day events, wine dinners.

High School Sports | South Bay springs forth with wine and food events

High school sports | pioneering program teaches students about local watershed, high school sports | san jose public library foundation kicks off $7 million fundraising effort, high school sports | south bay student artists transition to professional venue for annual juried show, high school sports | opera san jose offers sneak peeks of 1st spanish-language production.

Multidisciplinary show comes to Hammer Theatre March 21-22.

High School Sports | San Jose native stages ‘Ghostly Labor’ in hometown

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The Los Gatos restaurant will become Dar Restaurant and Bar, owned by brothers Milad Shaqir and Chef Esam Shaqir, who also own Saratoga’s popular Tamra Mediterranean Grill

High School Sports | Eleven College Avenue calls it quits in Los Gatos

High school sports | san jose jazz artists perform new works at festival, high school sports | opera san josé celebrates its 40th anniversary on feb. 2, high school sports | recycle bookstore celebrates 20 years in campbell, downtown san jose.

A wide-ranging plan to usher in a dramatic revamp of the area around a historic train station in downtown San Jose might cost billions of dollars to develop.

High School Sports | Futuristic downtown San Jose rail and transit hub might cost billions

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Mayor Matt Mahan said he heard from students citing difficulties walking to school past homeless tents and camps.

High School Sports | San Jose bans homeless encampments near schools, limits overnight RV parking

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The victim is in critical but stable condition.

High School Sports | Man shot near Interstate 280 in San Jose

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Nvidia has bought several office and research buildings in Santa Clara in a deal that tops $350 million.

High School Sports | Nvidia widens South Bay property holdings with $350 million-plus deal

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Crime and public safety | virginia beach sergeant’s lawsuit claims he was demoted for speaking against discrimination.

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Michael Banks first filed his lawsuit in March in U.S. District Court in Norfolk, naming the city and several members of the police department as defendants. He submitted an amended complaint this week in which only the city was listed as a defendant.

“We understand that when a City employee has a workplace concern it can cause emotional reactions and attract media attention,” Virginia Beach spokeswoman Tiffany Russell said in an email to The Virginian-Pilot. “However, both the City and this officer deserve the due process and fairness that the law and the litigation process allows, and we encourage everyone to withhold judgment while this process unfolds. We accordingly decline to comment further at this time.”

Banks said in his filing he’s been a member of the Virginia Beach Police Department since 1997. He was promoted to master police officer in 2003, sergeant in 2016, and had been on the lieutenant promotion list, the complaint said. In 2021, he was assigned to the internal affairs bureau, in which he investigated complaints against fellow officers.

In June 2021, Banks said a Black police lieutenant asked if he’d be willing to speak with an African American probationary police officer who was concerned she wasn’t getting the same training support as her white peers, the lawsuit said. Banks was known to be an antidiscrimination advocate and informal mentor to minority recruits within the department, the complaint said.

The probationary officer told Banks about “challenges” she was having with her trainer, a Black male officer, at the third precinct, the complaint said. Banks reached out to the precinct’s training supervisor about those concerns on two separate occasions — which the lawsuit described as a legally protected activity — but the conversations were “cut short” both times.

Banks also contacted the training officer and made it clear he wasn’t acting in any official capacity, and only wanted to discuss the woman’s perceptions of being treated unfairly, the complaint said.

Banks later learned the officer filed a complaint against him in which he alleged Banks had abused his authority, and that he felt coerced to pass the probationary officer in the training process. The woman, however, didn’t successfully complete the process, according to the document.

The training officer’s complaint against Banks led to a series of events, including an investigation resulting in Banks being transferred out of internal affairs, having his access to police headquarters cut off, being demoted from sergeant to master police officer and having his pay cut, the lawsuit said.

During the process, Banks sought multiple meetings with department leaders, and filed complaints with the city’s human resources department and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, in which he alleged he’d been subjected to a hostile work environment due to race and retaliation.

The EEOC issued Banks a right to sue in federal court late last year. In addition to compensatory and punitive damages, Banks seeks to be returned to the rank of sergeant, and promoted to lieutenant.

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National News | Justice Alito flew upside-down US flag, ‘Stop the Steal’ symbol, after 2020 election: report

FILE - Associate Justice Samuel Alito joins other members of the Supreme Court as they pose for a new group portrait, Oct. 7, 2022, at the Supreme Court building in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

A photo of the upside-down flag, which was reportedly seen at Alito’s residence in Alexandria, Va., in January, was obtained by The New York Times and included in the article published Thursday.

It’s currently unclear how long the flag was displayed outside his home.

“I had no involvement whatsoever in the flying of the flag,” Alito told The Times. “It was briefly placed by Mrs. Alito in response to a neighbor’s use of objectionable and personally insulting language on yard signs.”

This discovery is likely to intensify calls for the 74-year-old justice to step back from several major cases currently before the court, including one surrounding whether Trump can claim immunity in the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Alito is considered one of the court’s most conservative justices and played a large role in the overturning of Roe v. Wade in 2021.

In the aftermath of the 2020 election lost by former President Donald Trump, some of his supporters adopted an upside-down U.S. flag as a symbol of their “Stop the Steal” movement, which falsely claimed President Biden stole the contest.

Justice Clarence Thomas has also faced calls for recusal in election-related cases after his wife admitted to supporting efforts to challenge the election results, as well as attending Trump’s rally before the Capitol attack.

Thomas dismissed the accusations against him as “nastiness” and “lies” during a recent conference in Alabama.

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Seattle region reports largest number of homeless people ever

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Tents of homeless people in downtown Seattle in 2022. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren / File)

SEATTLE — More than 16,000 people were reported to be experiencing homelessness on a given day in King County in the 2024 Point-in-Time Count.

That is the largest number ever reported in Seattle and King County using the biennial snapshot, which is required by the federal government.

“We understand the magnitude of this issue is significant,” said Callie Craighead, spokesperson for Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell.

The number marks a 23% increase in homelessness from 2022, the last time the comprehensive count was conducted. Unsheltered homelessness, in particular, has dramatically increased, from 7,685 people in 2022 to 9,810 this year — a 27.7% increase.

Sheltered homelessness also increased by 15.7%, growing to 6,575 people.

The data, released Wednesday, was collected by the Regional Homelessness Authority, which is in charge of overseeing the county’s response to homelessness. This count is required every two years by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

“The system is serving more people with more efficiency, but the displacement into homelessness is growing at a faster pace than the response system,” said Darrell Powell, interim CEO for the Regional Homelessness Authority. “Simply put, there’s a need for more resources.”

This year-after-year increase in homelessness shows “the number of people experiencing homelessness is directly tied to a lack of housing options in our region, and it’s only increasing,” according to Kristin Elia, spokesperson for King County Executive Dow Constantine.

According to this year’s count, homelessness continues to disproportionately affect communities of color, especially Black residents, who make up 19% of King County’s homeless population and just 7% the county’s population, according to the 2020 U.S. census. People who identify as American Indian, Alaskan Native or Indigenous were reported this year to make up 7% of the county’s homeless population, while only representing 1% of the county population.

The Regional Homelessness Authority is atypical in how it conducts the unsheltered count. For the last two counts, since it took over the data collection, the authority has used a methodology known as respondent-driven sampling.

Before the authority became involved with the count, volunteers used to span out across the county during one day in January to use their eyes and ears to knock on RVs and greet tent dwellers to try to count as many people as they could find living outside.

For years, the federal Point-in-Time Count has been criticized by many for its inaccuracy, with the key complaint being that there’s no way people will be able to find and count everyone living outside on a given day — and that it just reflects a one-day snapshot rather than showing a population over time.

Meghan Henry, who directed last year’s federal Point-in-Time Count report for the firm Abt Associates, told The Seattle Times in December that Point-in-Time data is “very likely an ‘at least’ amount.”

“I don’t think anyone should be surprised, and I hope everyone takes this year’s data to heart because clearly the need is growing and already we are not responding adequately to the needs of people in our community,” said Alison Eisinger, executive director of the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness.

Even though the snapshot is rising significantly compared with years past, the county and state have other methods for counting that estimate the region’s homelessness crisis to be much higher.

For example, the authority prefers to cite calculations by the Washington State Department of Commerce showing that 53,000 people experienced homelessness at some point in 2022.

Additionally, the Regional Homelessness Authority has been criticized for changing its method of counting.

Some experts say switching methods of counting, or making slight changes to them, can make year-over-year fluctuations difficult to compare, according to previous reporting by The Seattle Times.

Chief Seattle Club argued that the count in 2022 didn’t adequately reach Native people. And some advocates said people living in their cars were undercounted.

Staff reporter Greg Kim contributed to this report.

2 dead, 2 injured in early morning explosion at a rural Ohio home: Reports

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Two people have died and two others were injured after a home exploded in Ohio, according to local reports.

The home in a rural area of Fulton County, Ohio exploded around 5:30 a.m. Thursday near Wauseon, local outlets including WTVG and WTOL reported. Wauseon, Ohio is located about 41 miles southwest of Toledo in the northwest part of the state and is close to the Michigan border.

WTVG reported that authorities on the scene said a woman and young boy were pulled out of the home and were taken to the hospital for their injuries. The bodies of two others − a man and a girl − were found later in the morning.

Authorities have not released the ages or identifies of any of the people in the explosion, and the cause of the explosion is still under investigation.

USA TODAY has contacted the Wauseon Fire Department for more information.

Woman found living in Michigan grocery store sign, complete with computer and Keurig, for months

A woman was found living in the rooftop sign of a Family Fare grocery store in Michigan and had been there for about a year, police said.

Police in Midland were notified about the woman living in the small space that hosts the supermarket’s sign on April 23 after contractors working on the roof found her there.

The woman had flooring, a computer, a desk, a printer, a Keurig and a pantry of food in the space, which was 10 to 15 feet long, five feet wide and approximately 8 feet tall at its highest point, according to the Midland Police Department.

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"We made contact with her and she was advised she was not allowed to live there," said Brennon Warren, a spokesperson for the Midland Police Department. "She was formally trespassed from the store and was provided with information on services within our area, however, she did not wish for any of those."

The woman, who police are not identifying, left without incident. Police found that she'd been living in the space for approximately one year, but it's not clear how she was getting up onto the roof.

She was not formally charged for living in the space, police said.

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REPORT: The 49ers Will Play the Kansas City Chiefs Week 7

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October 23, 2022; Santa Clara, California, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15)

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We've known for months that the 49ers will face the Kansas City Chiefs at home next season. Now we know when they'll face each other.

The 49ers and Chiefs will play Week 7 at Levi's Stadium -- that's Oct. 25 at 1:25 p.m. Pacific Time. The 49ers will be coming off a Week 6 Thursday night game against the Seattle Seahawks, so they will have a couple extra days to rest and prepare for the Chiefs, which is critical because the 49ers never have beaten Patrick Mahomes.

They've faced him four times -- twice in the regular season and twice in the Super Bowl -- and lost all four games. The 49ers haven't come close to beating him. So another loss this year would be discouraging.

Fortunately for the 49ers, the Chiefs weren't particularly dominant in the regular season last year. They lost to the Broncos and the Raiders -- two bad teams. They also lost to the Eagles just a few months after beating them in the Super Bowl. The Eagles thought they were the team to beat in the NFL after taking down the Chiefs in the regular season last year. Then the Eagles completely fell apart.

So the 49ers have to make sure not to build up this game against the Chiefs too much. It's an important game, and losing it would sting, but winning it wouldn't necessarily prove anything. It's just a regular season game. As long as the 49ers are healthy, we know they'll make it to the playoffs. What they do after that is the real question.

Grant Cohn

Grant Cohn has covered the San Francisco 49ers daily since 2011. He spent the first nine years of his career with the Santa Rosa Press Democrat where he wrote the Inside the 49ers blog and covered famous coaches and athletes such as Jim Harbaugh, Colin Kaepernick and Patrick Willis. In 2012, Inside the 49ers won Sports Blog of the Year from the Peninsula Press Club. In 2020, Cohn joined FanNation and began writing All49ers. In addition, he created a YouTube channel which has become the go-to place on YouTube to consume 49ers content. Cohn's channel typically generates roughly 3.5 million viewers per month, while the 49ers' official YouTube channel generates roughly 1.5 million viewers per month. Cohn live streams almost every day and posts videos hourly during the football season. Cohn is committed to asking the questions that 49ers fans want answered, and providing the most honest and interactive coverage in the country. His loyalty is to the reader and the viewer, not the team or any player or coach. Cohn is a new-age multimedia journalist with an old-school mentality, because his father is Lowell Cohn, the legendary sports columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle from 1979 to 1993. The two have a live podcast every Tuesday. Grant Cohn grew up in Oakland and studied English Literature at UCLA from 2006 to 2010. He currently lives in Oakland with his wife.

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