To combat sky-high gas, energy prices, US to tap oil reserves
President Joe Biden ordered the release of 50 million barrels of oil from America's emergency stockpile on Tuesday in response to soaring gas and energy prices.
Apple sues Israeli spyware firm to stop iPhone hacks
Calling out an Israeli spyware firm for helping authoritarian governments hack into the phones of journalists and dissidents, global technology giant Apple sued NSO Group on Tuesday, less than three weeks after it was blacklisted by the United States.
Most Americans blame people or society instead of God for bad things
Most Americans say people or society are to blame rather than God for bad things such as the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a groundbreaking survey released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center.
Jury begins deliberations in trial over the killing of Ahmaud Arbery
After nearly two weeks of arguments and testimony from 30 witnesses, jurors began deliberations Tuesday to determine the guilt or innocence of three white Georgia men charged with murder for killing 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery.
LA to send outreach workers to nonviolent 911 calls involving homeless
Starting in December, Los Angeles will begin a bold experiment and send unarmed outreach workers and trained crisis responders instead of police officers to respond to nonviolent homelessness-related 911 calls.
EU court asserts its power over highest one in Hungary
The European Court of Justice asserted its power over national courts Tuesday after it found that Hungary's high court unlawfully blocked a judge in Budapest from getting the EU court to weigh in on legal questions.
Belarus-Poland border grows calmer, but tensions remain
Tensions are easing along the border between Poland and Belarus after Minsk removed makeshift camps where hundreds of asylum seekers were staying in the hope to get into the European Union.
Russia loses pair of religious freedom cases at European rights court
Two fringe religious groups won cases against Russia before Europe’s top rights court on Tuesday.
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