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Top 100 Stories to Know for 24 May 2024 - United States

Graduation horror as personA person fell to their death during Ohio State University's graduation ceremony on Sunday. Witnesses told how someone appeared to jump from the stands of the OSU stadium.
Terrified little girl, 3, toldWhat seemed to be a young girl's imagination was actually something that led to a shocking discovery in their North Carolina house.
Melania Trump's brutalFormer President Donald Trump said that his wife Melania thought his impression of President Joe Biden was a little too real in a speech on Saturday.
Rob Dart has spent a year on the streets believing people are trying to control him via hypnosis.
Law Firm Defending Trump SeeksThe firm, LaRocca Hornik, has represented Donald Trump's political operation in numerous suits dating to his first presidential run, including a pregnancy discrimination case in New York.
'Where Did Justine Go?' OneJustine Payton was drawn to a Hare Krishna ashram for its yoga, meditation and vegan meals. She's still figuring out what went wrong.

Fulham v Manchester City: Premier League - live

The Guardian - 11 May 2024 13:52
Fulham v Manchester City:Premier League updates from the 12.30pm BST kick-off Live scoreboard | Sign up for Football Daily | Send Barry a mail Fulham's home record against Manchester City: Arsenal fans who are hoping Fulham... can do their team a favour by taking points off City today will be disappointed to learn that their record against the champions at home is pretty dismal. In 15 Premier League games at Craven Cottage, Fulham have won just once - a 2-1 in November 2005, when both the home side's goals were scored by Steed Malbranque. Fulham have drawn five times against City at the Cottage since football was invented in 1992 and lost on nine occasions.
Body Cameras Show NYPD FatallyThe man, Win Rozario, 19, had called 911 and seemed to be in mental distress, officials and his family said. The police appeared to shoot him at least four times.
U.S. Seeks to Build WorldAn American official said the United States had information undermining Russia's claim that a device it is developing is for peaceful scientific research.
How a Labour MP became aThe transformation of John Woodcock exposes the authoritarian potential that can lurk in Britain's centre left During the final, beleaguered stages of the last Labour government, one of the stern... young party functionaries who used to cluster protectively around the prime minister, Gordon Brown, on his visits to public places was John Woodcock, then one of Brown's special advisers. Despite the government's disintegrating poll ratings, Woodcock still had that New Labour cockiness, giving journalists disdainful glances as he strode past in a close-fitting suit. At the 2010 election, despite Brown's defeat, Woodcock became MP for the relatively safe Labour seat of Barrow and Furness. Three years later I interviewed him there for an article about the defence industry, of which he was a strong...
Indonesia's Ibu volcanoThe volcano on the remote island of Halmahera spewed grey ash clouds into the sky as streaks of purple lightning flashed around its crater A volcano on the remote Indonesian island of Halmahera has... spectacularly erupted, spewing a grey ash cloud into the sky and forcing people from seven nearby villages to evacuate, authorities have said. Mount Ibu erupted on Saturday evening, sending ash 4km into the sky, as streaks of purple lightning flashed around its crater, according to information and images shared by Indonesia's volcanology agency.
Dive team finds bodies of 2Alaska State Troopers say dive teams found the two bodies.
Prosecutors ask for 40 yearsRequest made week before sentencing of David DePape, who in 2022 broke into ex-US House speaker Nancy Pelosi's home Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to give David DePape a 40-year prison... sentence for breaking in to former US House speaker Nancy Pelosi's home in 2022 in an attempt to kidnap her, and "nearly killing" her husband with a hammer. The request was reported by the San Francisco Chronicle late Friday before a sentencing hearing for DePape, scheduled for 17 May.
Federal judge temporarilyA federal judge in Texas temporarily halted a plan by the Biden administration to lower late fees on credit cards to $8 that was slated to go into effect next week
Man arrested after policeA police officer has been shot in the leg with a crossbow during an incident in High Wycombe.
Now that's an entrance! RoyalFootage from the match showed the soldier descending from the stadium's rafters as he appeared to set off a red flare.
13 killed as heavy rainsFollowing two days of heavy rains in Haiti, at least 13 people have died; Haiti's Civil Protection Agency said a landslide caused the majority of the deaths.
A military court sentences 88 soldiers were sentenced to death by a military court in eastern Congo for cowardice and other crimes related to fleeing the battlefield, as the government struggles to quell violence in the area.
Trump and Hope Hicks MeetHope Hicks, once a spokeswoman for Donald J. Trump, broke down in tears on the witness stand as she talked about their time together.
Arrest warrant issued forA court in the Central African Republic has issued an international arrest warrant for former President François Bozizé over human rights abuses between 2009 and 2013.
Ohio Elections OfficialThe Biden campaign is considering suing to ensure the president is on the ballot, after the Republican secretary of state said he would bar him over what is normally a minor procedural issue.
'My songs spread like herpes':In the 1950s and 60s, his songs stunned and delighted listeners with their irreverence, wit and nihilism. Then he gave it all up to teach mathematics. Lehrer is still alive at 96 - so I went in search... of answers In 1959, at the stifling, snobbish Jesuit boarding school to which my loving parents had unwisely subcontracted my care, Tom Lehrer's songs burst upon my consciousness like a clown in a cathedral. Days there began with mass, and ended with an uplifting homily in the chapel from an elderly and skeletal priest, generally about death. "Your best friends will desert you leaving you nothing but a winding sheet," was one of his more cheerful messages. Between the two there was catechism, rugby, occasional bullying and fairly frequent beatings. But we had the "playroom", where we could...
Brit, 73, dies and 23 areAfter around 11 hours of flying time from take off in London, the aircraft bound for Singapore sharply dropped around 6,000 feet in just five minutes, causing chaos in the cabin.
Ukraine war briefing: KyivUkrainian prosecutors investigating possible war crimes in Kharkiv and Vovchansk as Zelenskiy says his troops are fighting back: What we know on day 816 Ukraine says Russian shelling targeted... civilians in two cities in the north-eastern region of Kharkiv on Saturday. Ukrainian prosecutors said they were investigating as a potential war crime a Russian airstrike on a residential area of the regional capital Kharkiv in which six civilians were wounded, including a 13-year-old girl, 16-year-old male and an eight-year-old. Moscow denies deliberately targeting civilians but thousands have been killed and injured since its February 2022 invasion of Ukraine. In Vovchansk, a city just 5 km from the Russian border and about 70 km to the north-east of Kharkiv, Ukrainian prosecutors said Russian...
Israeli abuse of jailedWith thousands now held without charge, lawyers say Israel is signalling that no detainee is safe Marwan Barghouti spends his days huddled in a cramped, dark, solitary cell, with no way to tend to his... wounds, and a shoulder injury from being dragged with his hands cuffed behind his back. Barghouti holds almost mythic status within Palestinian politics, seen as a figure whose potential to unify different factions has only grown during his 24 years in prison.