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Celtics win 18th NBA championship with 106-88 Game 5 victory over Dallas Mavericks

Celtics win 18th NBA championship with 106-88 Game 5 victory over Dallas Mavericks

BOSTON (AP) — Jayson Tatum put his hands behind his head, with TD Garden fans standing on their feet cheering around him, and took it all in. Walking to the bench, he wrapped both arms around Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla. The journey was complete.
Half a million immigrants could eventually get US citizenship under a new plan from Biden

Half a million immigrants could eventually get US citizenship under a new plan from Biden

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is taking an expansive election year step to offer relief to potentially hundreds of thousands of immigrants without legal status in the U.S.
South Korean soldiers fire warning shots after North Korean troops cross border, apparently in error

South Korean soldiers fire warning shots after North Korean troops cross border, apparently in error

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean troops fired warning shots to repel North Korean soldiers who briefly crossed the rivals’ heavily fortified land border Tuesday for the second time this month , the South's military said.
Thailand’s Senate overwhelmingly approves a landmark bill to legalize marriage equality

Thailand’s Senate overwhelmingly approves a landmark bill to legalize marriage equality

BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s Senate voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to approve a marriage equality bill, clearing the last legislative hurdle for the country to become the first in Southeast Asia to enact such a law.
A fire at a hospital in Iran's north kills 9 patients

A fire at a hospital in Iran's north kills 9 patients

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A fire broke out at a hospital in Iran's north, killing nine patients, state media reported Tuesday.
Former Thai PM Thaksin indicted on charge of royal defamation as court cases stir political woes

Former Thai PM Thaksin indicted on charge of royal defamation as court cases stir political woes

BANGKOK (AP) — Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra was granted release on bail hours after he was formally indicted Tuesday on a charge of defaming the country's monarchy in one of several court cases that have rattled Thai politics.
A judge temporarily blocks Iowa law that allows authorities to charge people facing deportation

A judge temporarily blocks Iowa law that allows authorities to charge people facing deportation

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked an Iowa law that would have allowed law enforcement in the state to file criminal charges against people with outstanding deportation orders or who previously had been denied entry
Sheriff says 2 of 9 people wounded in Michigan shooting at splash pad remain in critical condition

Sheriff says 2 of 9 people wounded in Michigan shooting at splash pad remain in critical condition

PONTIAC, Mich.
Judge orders railway to pay Washington tribe nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

Judge orders railway to pay Washington tribe nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

SEATTLE (AP) — BNSF Railway must pay nearly $400 million to a Native American tribe in Washington state, a federal judge ordered Monday after finding that the company intentionally trespassed when it repeatedly ran 100-car trains carrying crude oil a
Bryson DeChambeau wins another US Open with a clutch finish to deny Rory McIlroy

Bryson DeChambeau wins another US Open with a clutch finish to deny Rory McIlroy

PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) — Bryson DeChambeau climbed back into the most famous bunker at Pinehurst No. 2, this time with the U.S.
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