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FILE - In this Tuesday, March 23, 2021 file photo, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to be the next Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), on Capitol Hill in Washington.  Power landed Saturday, July 31, in Khartoum, aiming to support Sudan's fragile transition to democracy before travelling to Ethiopia to press the government there to allow humanitarian aid to the war-torn Tigray region. (Greg Nash/Pool via AP, File)

US official lands in Sudan to support democratic transition


Tenants prepare for unknown as eviction moratorium ends

Bacon may disappear in California as pig rules take effect

Mask guidance divides parents heading into new school year

Forgotten oil and gas wells linger, leaking toxic chemicals

Census: 1 in 5 dorms, prisons had no data at end of US count

US sets new Cuba sanctions as Biden meets Cuban-Americans

Disney requiring US employees to be vaccinated against virus

Nevada Rep. Amodei discloses cancer on kidneys, esophagus

California wildfire flares but within line crews have built

Mudslides force more than 100 to spend night on highway

US sues Texas to block state troopers from stopping migrants

Turkey evacuates panicked tourists by boat from wildfires


Glimpses of bygone era in English seaside holiday village
Bring in the kids: Estonian city targets youths for jabs
Roberto Calasso, Italian publisher and literary figure, dies
US bids 'do svidaniya' to Russian staff at Moscow embassy
Death toll in wildfires that hit southern Turkey rises to 4
Russia blames space station lab incident on software failure
Belarus leader ready to invite Russian troops 'if necessary'
Man pleads guilty to assaulting England's top doctor in park

US official lands in Sudan to support democratic transition


US Navy says drone strike hit oil tanker off Oman, killing 2
Tunisian police detain lawmaker, Islamist party officials
Tunisia's turmoil is being watched warily around the globe
Ship tied to Israeli billionaire attacked off Oman, 2 killed
Palestinians, Israeli troops clash after West Bank funeral
Key Libya commander backs reopening of Mediterranean highway
Israel delivers booster shots of vaccine to people over 60
Israel to offer 3rd COVID booster shot to older citizens

Malaysian PM postpones Parliament, avoids no-confidence vote

Hong Kong police arrest man for booing national anthem

Brutal killing spotlights violence against women in Pakistan

Japan expands virus emergency after record spikes amid Games

Hong Kong protester given 9-year term in 1st security case

Pakistan attackers throw grenade at police van, kill officer

Science

Drive to charge packagers for recycling, but industry fights

California wildfire flares but within line crews have built

Bezos loses appeal of NASA's plans to use Musk moon lander

Russia blames space station lab incident on software failure

In heat emergency, Greece adds checks for fires, power cuts

New Russian lab briefly knocks space station out of position

Technology

Justice Department says Russians hacked federal prosecutors

Justice Department says Russians hacked federal prosecutors

US regulators step up scrutiny of IPO hopefuls from China

Robotic police dogs: Useful hounds or dehumanizing machines?

In effort to curb COVID, Tokyo Olympics collect lots of spit

China's Didi denies report of plan to buy back shares