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LONDON (AP) — British prosecutors have charged a man with intending to “injure or alarm” Queen Elizabeth II after he was arrested at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day.

Jaswant Singh Chail, 20, has been charged under the Treason Act after allegedly being caught with a crossbow on the palace grounds.

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The Marilyn Monroe estate has come to the defense of "Blonde" star Ana de Armas after some criticized the Cuban Spanish actor's voice in the trailer for the Netflix biopic.

Officials say a North Carolina sheriff’s deputy has died after he and two other deputies were shot while trying to serve involuntary commitment papers at a North Carolina home. The Wayne County deputies went to a home south of Goldsboro to serve the papers Monday morning when officials say someone inside opened fire, wounding all three. After an hourslong barricade, officials say SWAT team members found the suspect, identified as Jourdan Hamilton, dead inside with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. The deputies were taken to hospitals and on Tuesday, officials announced that Sgt. Matthew Fishman had died. Gov. Roy Cooper ordered all U.S. and North Carolina flags at state facilities to half-staff in Fishman’s honor.

The special investigator hired by Republicans in Wisconsin to review the 2020 election told lawmakers publicly they should consider decertifying President Joe Biden’s win, but later said in a private memo that such a move would be a “practical impossibility.” Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman was hired by Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos in June 2021 to investigate Donald Trump’s loss in Wisconsin. Vos hired Gableman under intense pressure from Trump and others who falsely believed the election had been stolen from the former president.

ATLANTA — A phony elector who participated in an effort to overturn the 2020 presidential election is a leading candidate for the state Senate, embraced by Republican lawmakers and candidates since winning the primary election in May.

The AL wild-card contending Toronto Blue Jays added depth to their bullpen by acquiring relievers Anthony Bass and Zach Pop from the Miami Marlins for shortstop prospect Jordan Groshans. Bass is 2-3 with 1.41 ERA in 45 games, while Pop has a 2-0 record and a 3.60 ERA over 18 outings. Groshans, taken 12th overall in the 2018 draft by Toronto, is hitting .250 with one homer and 24 RBIs over 67 games with Triple-A Buffalo. The Blue Jays also received a player to be named later.

A prosecutor says a man who evaded arrest for more than 12 years after being accused of fatally shooting his two teenage daughters in a taxi parked near a Dallas-area hotel was “obsessed with possession and control.” Yaser Said is on trial for capital murder in the shooting deaths of 18-year-old Amina Said and 17-year-old Sarah Said on New Year’s Day in 2008. Said has pleaded not guilty. Prosecutor Lauren Black said during opening statements Tuesday that Said controlled what his daughters did, who they were friends with, and if and whom they could date. Said wrote in a letter to the judge overseeing the case that he wasn't happy with his kids’ “dating activity” but denied killing his daughters.

The man who initiated the neighborhood chase that resulted in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery is asking a federal judge to show leniency when he's sentenced for a federal hate crime conviction. Greg McMichael's defense attorney says his client should be spared a life sentence, though he has already been sentenced to life without parole on a separate murder conviction. He also asks that McMichael be transferred to a federal prison, allowing him to bypass serving time in a Georgia state prison. McMichael, his adult son and their neighbor are all scheduled for sentencing Monday. Arbery's family has opposed letting the men go straight to federal prison, saying time served in state prison would be tougher.

The Biden administration is holding out the CIA operation that killed al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri as a monumental strike against the global terror network responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks of 2001. But the moment is also putting into stark relief mounting evidence that after America's withdrawal, Afghanistan has once again become an active staging ground for Islamic terror groups looking to attack the West. The Biden administration says it shows Americans at home and allies abroad that the United States hasn’t lost focus, or the ability, to strike against terrorists in the region — and validates its decision to end two decades of fighting in Afghanistan.

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LOS ANGELES — President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris endorsed Rep. Karen Bass' mayoral campaign on Tuesday, saying in a joint statement that they were "eager to continue to partner with her on innovative strategies to reduce homelessness and increase public safety and prosperity."

The Arizona Cardinals have activated receiver Marquise Brown from the non-football injury list. Brown was acquired in a draft-day trade with the Baltimore Ravens, giving the Cardinals a receiver who caught 91 passes for 1,007 yards and six touchdowns last season. Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Brown suffered a minor hamstring injury before camp started while working out on his own. The 25-year-old is expected to have a big role in Arizona’s offense, particularly early in the season when three-time All-Pro DeAndre Hopkins is out for the first six games. Hopkins was suspended in May for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancers.

Barely a month after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade’s federal guarantee of access to abortion, two-thirds of Americans said they disapprove of the court’s decision and 6 in 10 said they want their states to make abortion legal, a new poll finds.

The Denver Broncos' new ownership group is adding Formula One world champion driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain as a limited partner. Hamilton drives for Mercedes and his 103 victories are the most in F1 history. Commissioner Roger Goodell has made minority ownership a priority and Hamilton is the third Black limited partner that Rob Walton has brought on board. The others are Starbucks board chair Mellody Hobson and former U.S. secretary of state Condoleezza Rice. NFL owners are meeting in Minneapolis next week to approve Walton's $4.65 billion bid that is a global record price for a sports franchise.

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An 8-year-old boy whose spine was severed in the shooting at a parade on July 4 has moved to a rehabilitation-focused hospital after spending nearly a month in a Chicago pediatric intensive care unit. Cooper Roberts’ family says he was moved Sunday to the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab. The family’s statement released Monday says Cooper’s medical team will focus on physical and occupational therapy, and other rehabilitation and mental health services. Cooper was among the 48 people wounded when a gunman opened fire on the Highland Park Independence Day parade, along with his mother and his twin brother, Luke. Seven people were killed.

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Pro Bowl left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. practiced with the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday for the first time since they blew a big halftime lead to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC championship game. Brown signed his franchise tender on Monday after skipping the entire offseason program in the hopes of agreeing with the Chiefs on a long-term deal. He is the first of two crucial pieces due in Chiefs camp this week. Veteran pass rusher Carlos Dunlap, who agreed last week to a deal worth up to $8 million for this season, reports Wednesday and should be on the field soon afterward.

A man armed with a rifle was shot by a quick-acting convenience store owner who pulled a shotgun out from behind the counter and opened fire during an attempted robbery in Southern California. The faceoff was recorded by surveillance cameras at the convenience store around 2:45 a.m. Sunday in Norco, a city that bills itself as “Horsetown USA.” Video aired by KCBS-TV shows the owner grabbing a shotgun and firing one round from behind the counter. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department says the owner was legally armed and praised his actions. One suspect was injured and three others have been taken into custody.

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A Utah man has been arrested on accusations he started a wildfire while trying to burn a spider with his lighter. A probable cause statement says 26-year-old Cory Allan Martin told deputies that he spotted the spider Monday while he was in a hiking area in the foothills south of Salt Lake City near the city of Springville. Martin was arrested on suspicion of reckless burn and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was in jail Tuesday on nearly $2,000 bail. It was unknown if he had an attorney. The wildfire has burned less than 1 square mile.

A national newspaper reports that the husband of former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and brother of U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn were given shares of a company that leased slots machines to a North Carolina tribal casino. The casino run by the Catawba Indian Nation in South Carolina needed political help to open last year. The Wall Street Journal reported that John Clyburn introduced backers of the project to people he knew and never discussed it with his brother. The newspaper reported that Michael Haley's company did physical and cybersecurity consulting for the project in 2018. A spokesperson for Nikki Haley told the newspaper she did not advocate for casino.

A grieving father erupted in anger as he told jurors about the daughter school shooter Nikolas Cruz murdered along with 16 others four years ago. Ilan Alhadeff's voice rose Tuesday as he told jurors in Cruz's death penalty trial how he can now only hear her infectious laugh in videos. And Alhadeff wept when he noted he'll never have a chance to dance with his daughter at her wedding. Alhadeff is part of a long line of victims' relatives who are telling jurors about the loved ones lost in the massacre at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day 2018. Cruz pleaded guilty to murder in October. The trial is only to determine if he is sentenced to death or life without parole.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s 988 phone number, which launched July 16, was designed as a universal mental health support tool for callers at any time anywhere.

Barcelona has cleared more salary cap space by selling defender Óscar Mingueza to Celta Vigo. Barcelona is trying to meet the Spanish league’s financial fair play rules and register newly signed players Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Jules Koundé. The club had already made up some space with the loans of defender Clément Lenglet to Tottenham and striker Francisco Trincão to Sporting Lisbon. Financial details of the Mingueza transfer were not immediately available but Barcelona said it retained the right to repurchase the 23-year-old player and kept the rights to 50% of his future sale.

The new “Predator” prequel is set 300 years ago, but star Amber Midthunder believes the film makes present-day history.

The Justice Department is suing Idaho, arguing that its new abortion law violates federal law because it does not allow doctors to provide medically necessary treatment. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the suit on Tuesday. Garland said the federal government was bringing the lawsuit, which seeks to invalidate the state’s “criminal prohibition on providing abortions as applied to women suffering medical emergencies.”

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The United Nations says Yemen’s warring parties have agreed to renew an existing truce for another two months after international concerted efforts. The U.N.‘s envoy to Yemen Hans Grundberg said in a statement Tuesday that Yemen’s internationally recognized government and the country’s Houthi rebels agreed to extend the truce. The statement said that both sides of the conflict had also agreed to try to reach a ’more expanded truce agreement.

The WNBA playoff picture is still unclear with two weeks left in the regular season. Five teams have clinched postseason berths and only three games separating Chicago, Las Vegas and Connecticut at the top of the standings. Seattle and Washington also have earned a spot in the postseason and are tied for fourth and fifth. There are still six teams vying for the final three spots, setting up what should be an exciting finish to the regular season. Each of those six teams has at least one game left against the other teams in the group.

President Joe Biden’s “loose cough” has returned as he faces a rebound case of COVID-19, his doctor said Tuesday, though he “continues to feel well.” White House physician Kevin O’Connor provided the update on the president’s condition as he continues to test positive for the virus,. He said Biden “remains fever-free,” and that his temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation “remain entirely normal.” Still, Biden is required to remain in isolation through at least Thursday under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines — and perhaps longer under tougher White House protocols if he continues to test positive.

Fire crews battling a western Nebraska wildfire that has destroyed some homes are looking to the skies with hope and trepidation as weather forecasters warn of thunderstorms. The National Weather Service forecast a 50% chance of thunderstorms producing heavy rains Tuesday afternoon into the night. A storm could help douse the Carter Canyon Fire south of Gering that has scorched about 25 square miles of mostly grass and timberland. The fire has destroyed three homes and damaged several more in the Carter Canyon community that was evacuated Sunday. While fire crews would welcome rain, they fear lightning strikes that could spark new fires in the tinder-dry region. Firefighters had the fire about 30% contained going into Tuesday.

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U.N. says Yemen’s warring sides have agreed to renew an existing truce for 2 months in a step toward longer peace.

A commission tasked with reviewing the names of military bases and symbols that can be perceived as commemorating the Confederate States of America is recommending that the 29th Infantry Division — a legendary force with Maryland ties that was among the first to hit Omaha Beach on D-Day — be…

Tyler Reddick has become a NASCAR Cup Series multi-race winner in a month's time, while the regular season continues with a chance to leave a star out of the 10-race playoffs. Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex Jr. remain the non-winners in position for one of the 16 postseason spots. Without Kevin Harvick winning one of the next four races to supplant them, that would leave the 2014 champ out for the first time. IndyCar's Alexander Rossi's first victory in 49 races left six-time series champion Scott Dixon with four races to catch new points leader and 2014 champ Will Power.

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