A sailor killed at Pearl Harbor will finally be buried

CHICAGO (AP) — A 21-year-old sailor will be laid to rest Tuesday after a decades-long effort to identify remains removed from Pearl Harbor, more than 80 years after he was killed in the attack that propelled the United States into World War II. Herbert “Bert” Jacobson’s family members have waited their entire lives to attend … Read more

Woman whose rape DNA led to her arrest sues San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A rape victim whose DNA from her sexual assault case was used by San Francisco police to arrest her in an unrelated property crime Monday filed a lawsuit against the city . During a search of a San Francisco Police Department crime lab database, the woman’s DNA was linked to a … Read more

Coast Guard ends search for 9 missing in seaplane crash

WHIDBEY ISLAND, Wash. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard suspended the search Monday afternoon for nine people, including a child, who were missing after a seaplane crashed into Puget Sound waters northeast of west of Seattle. The body of a 10th person, an unidentified woman, was recovered by a Good Samaritan on Sunday after the … Read more

India launches new aircraft carrier as China concerns grow

NEW DELHI (AP) — India commissioned its first locally-built aircraft carrier on Friday as it seeks to counter the much larger and growing fleet of regional rival China and expand its own capabilities. of indigenous shipbuilding. INS Vikrant, whose name is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘mighty’ or ‘brave’, is India’s second operational aircraft carrier, joining … Read more

Danube drought reveals parts of hidden WWII history

PRAGUE, Serbia (AP) — Europe’s worst drought Over the decades it not only burned farmland and hampered river traffic, it also revealed some of the almost forgotten history of World War II: the hulks of dozens of German WWII battleships world have emerged from the Danube as its water levels have fallen. In the middle … Read more

SDSU defends handling of investigation into Araiza gang rape allegations

SAN DIEGO (AP) — San Diego State football coach Brady Hoke said Monday he was unaware that star bettor Matt Araiza had been charged with participating in the gang rape of a 17-year-old girl at an off-campus party in October until a civil lawsuit was filed last week. Hoke boss, athletic director John David Wicker, … Read more

NASA Lunar Rocket Launch: Live Updates

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A fuel leak and then an engine problem during final liftoff preparations led NASA to cancel the launch of its powerful new moon rocket Monday morning during a shakedown flight with three dummy dummies. test on board. The next launch attempt won’t be until Friday at the earliest. As precious … Read more

Trump’s Georgia election probe cites electoral system violation

ATLANTA (AP) — The prosecutor investigating if former President Donald Trump and others illegally attempted to interfere in Georgia’s 2020 election, they are seeking information on the alleged involvement of a Trump ally in breaching voting materials in a county about 200 miles south of its Atlanta office. The expanded investigation highlights the latest instance … Read more

Sick dolphin calf improves with tube-fed milk, helping hands

RAYONG, Thailand (AP) – The young Irrawaddy dolphin – sick and too weak to swim – was drowning in a tidal pool on the Thai coast when fishermen found him. The fishermen quickly alerted marine conservationists, who advised them to provide emergency care until a rescue team could transport the baby to Thailand’s Marine and … Read more

Latvia pulls down obelisk from Soviet-era monument in capital

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – A concrete obelisk topped with Soviet stars that was the centerpiece of a monument commemorating the Red Army’s victory over Nazi Germany was pulled down in the Latvian capital on Thursday – the latest in a series of Soviet monuments demolished after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Heavy machinery was spotted … Read more