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Fed up young climate activists: 'Adults aren't listening'

Fed up young climate activists: 'Adults aren't listening'

WASHINGTON (AP) — The climate change generation is saying officials are talking too much, listening too little and acting even less. And they are fed up.
Trump urged to delay 2024 launch after GOP's uneven election

Trump urged to delay 2024 launch after GOP's uneven election

WASHINGTON (AP) — It was supposed to be a red wave that former President Donald Trump could triumphantly ride to the Republican nomination as he prepares to launch another White House run.
Georgia's dogged and focused Kemp overcomes Trump and Abrams

Georgia's dogged and focused Kemp overcomes Trump and Abrams

ATLANTA (AP) — First, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp shrugged off being targeted by former President Donald Trump.
Bao Tong, prominent Chinese liberal voice, dies at 90

Bao Tong, prominent Chinese liberal voice, dies at 90

BEIJING (AP) — Bao Tong, a leading voice for political reform in the Chinese Communist Party who was purged after the bloody 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown , has died at age 90.
Oregon governor's race on knife's edge, too early to call

Oregon governor's race on knife's edge, too early to call

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon’s gubernatorial election hung on a knife’s edge Wednesday, with the race too early to call in a state that has voted in Democratic governors since 1986.
Canada's looming Indo-Pacific strategy warns of China entanglement, boosts India ties

Canada's looming Indo-Pacific strategy warns of China entanglement, boosts India ties

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly is warning businesses against deepening their ties with China as part of a long-anticipated Indo-Pacific strategy, which she says is coming by early December.
Democratic edge shrinks in Arizona Senate, governor races

Democratic edge shrinks in Arizona Senate, governor races

PHOENIX (AP) — Margins between Democrats and Republicans in key Arizona races narrowed considerably Wednesday as election officials chipped away at counting more than half a million mail ballots returned on Election Day and shortly before.

7 killed as Philippine troops clash with Muslim rebels

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine troops have clashed with Muslim guerrillas in a southern village, leaving at least three soldiers and four rebels dead and sparking fears that an escalation could threaten a 2014 peace pact that has considerably
Green party leadership candidates debate ahead of vote, respond to party disarray

Green party leadership candidates debate ahead of vote, respond to party disarray

OTTAWA — Candidates vying to helm the federal Green party offered their visions for its future and their explanations for its disarray during a leadership debate Wednesday night.
100,000 Russian troops killed or injured in Ukraine, US says

100,000 Russian troops killed or injured in Ukraine, US says

WASHINGTON (AP) — Russia's announced retreat from Kherson, a regional capital in southern Ukraine that it seized early in the war, and a potential stalemate in fighting over the winter could provide both countries an opportunity to negotiate peace, A