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Cloudy this morning with thunderstorms developing this afternoon. Gusty winds and small hail are possible. High around 80F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%..

Thunderstorms likely, especially this evening. Low near 65F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%.

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WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Aug. 1, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Talon International Inc. and KC Wearable Technologies Srl. in Italy have formed a strategic partnership to supply Talon’s customers, the world’s largest fashion brands, with the KC’s wearable technology innovations. With a strong v…

A European Championship-record crowd of 87,192 watched England beat Germany 2-1 in the final at Wembley Stadium to cap a tournament full of memorable goals and scenes. Chloe Kelly’s goal in the second half of extra time propelled England to its first major women’s soccer title. There were celebrations on the field, in Trafalgar Square, and a congratulations from the queen. Alexandra Popp had scored twice to lead Germany past France 2-1 in the semifinals — handing the French another disappointing tournament exit — but the German captain missed Sunday’s final because of a muscle strain. Popp and England’s Beth Mead were the joint top scorers at the Euros with six goals each.


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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said the Western Balkans are an integral part of the European Union, repeating his country's full support of the region's integration into the 27-member bloc. Sanchez was in Tirana on Monday on his last leg of the Western Balkan trip that earlier took him to Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia. EU officials have recently sought to encourage governments in the region to move on with reforms amid concerns over Russia’s efforts to boost its influence in the Balkans. Western Balkan countries are at different stages of EU integration. Sanchez said that the reforms in these countries will “improve the life of the citizens.” Sanchez also said the war in Ukraine showed the EU’s strength.

There's something about "P-Valley" that draws you in, more than likely its central trifecta: the promise of sex, the hope of love and the certainty of death.

The U.S. government and publishing titan Penguin Random House are set to exchange opening salvos in a federal antitrust trial. The U.S. wants to block the biggest U.S. book publisher from absorbing rival Simon & Schuster. The trial beginning Monday in Washington is a key test of the Biden administration’s antitrust policy. The Justice Department has sued to block the $2.2 billion merger, which would reduce the Big Five U.S. publishers to four. The government’s star witness will be author Stephen King, whose works are published by Simon & Schuster. The two New York-based publishers boast blockbuster authors including Barack and Michelle Obama at Penguin Random House and Hillary Clinton at Simon & Schuster.

A British court is holding an emergency hearing to determine whether a hospital can end life-support treatment for a 12-year-old boy who has suffered catastrophic brain damage. The parents of Archie Battersbee are fighting the decision but have lost a series of court challenges. After the family appealed to the United Nations, the British government asked the Court of Appeal to take another look at the case. The court is holding a hearing on Monday, hours before the Royal London Hospital says it will end Archie’s treatment. Archie was found unconscious with a ligature over his head on April 7. Doctors believe Archie is brain-stem dead and say continued life-support treatment is not in his best interests.

Team Astana has reinstated Colombian rider Miguel Ángel López following an investigation into drug trafficking in Spain. López had been temporarily suspended by the Kazakhstani team after news he was being questioned in an investigation into the alleged activities of a Spanish doctor suspected of drug trafficking. The team said that “it was not in a position to continue the suspension or further deprive the rider of his contractual rights.” It said “the team will monitor the situation closely and will not hesitate to take resolute measures depending on the development of the situation.” The 28-year-old López is set to race in the Burgos Vuelta and Spanish Vuelta.

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The political rivals of an influential Iraqi cleric whose followers stormed the parliament have declared their own counter-protest. The announcement on Monday stirred fear among Iraqis and caused security forces to erect concrete barriers leading to the heavily fortified Green Zone, home of the parliament building. The counter-protest was called by the Coordination Framework, an alliance lead by Shiite parties close to Iran, and is slated to take place Monday afternoon. The announcement came after Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr issued a statement late Sunday to radically change the political system and abolish his rivals. His opponents perceived the call as a coup.

Serbia’s new parliament has convened for its first session, some four months after an election that reaffirmed the domination of autocratic President Aleksandar Vucic and his right-wing populists. Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party holds the majority in the 250-member assembly and is expected to run the next government. Several opposition groups also made it into the parliament in the April 3 vote after they boycotted the previous election. Beleaguered opposition parties have complained that Vucic’s tight grip over mainstream media and the state institutions have made any election in the country far from free and fair. Vucic has denied the claims.

Nearly three decades after her death, Tejano superstar Selena is making her comeback this summer.

Nearly three decades after her death, Tejano superstar Selena is making her comeback this summer.

Sudan says it has detected the country’s first case of the monkeypox virus in the conflict-wrecked Darfur region. The Health Ministry said Sunday that the 16-year-old student's case was discovered last week in West Darfur province. It did not give further details about the patient. The ministry said there were at least 38 suspected cases of monkeypox; all tested negative to the virus but one in West Darfur. An outbreak of monkeypox could be devastating for Sudan which suffered from decades of conflict in Darfur and other parts of the country, and international isolation. The U.N. health agency last month declared the monkeypox a global emergency.

The White House is making more than $1 billion available to states to address flooding and extreme heat exacerbated by climate change. Vice President Kamala Harris is set to announce the grant programs Monday at an event in Miami with the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other officials. The competitive grants will help communities across the nation prepare for and respond to climate-related disasters. The announcement comes as the death toll rises from massive flooding in Kentucky and as wildfires in California and Montana explode in size amid windy, hot conditions and force evacuations. The White House says “the impacts of the climate crisis are here.”

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is proposing new regulations that would force food processors to reduce the amount of salmonella bacteria found in some raw chicken products or risk shutdowns. The proposed USDA rules announced Monday would declare salmonella an adulterant — a contaminant that can cause food-borne illness — in breaded and stuffed raw chicken products. That includes many frozen foods found in grocery stores that appear to be cooked through but are only heat-treated to set the batter or breading. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the salmonella bacteria sickens 1.3 million Americans each year, puts 26,000 in hospitals and causes 420 deaths.

On July 23, the World Health Organization declared monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern. It was a contentious decision, with the WHO’s director-general, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, making the final call and overruling the WHO’s emergency committee. The advisory co…

Mark Turgeon and Chris Mack had the kind of college basketball jobs at Maryland and Louisville, respectively, that you don’t walk away from. Yet both made the rare move of leaving Power 5 conference men’s basketball jobs in season.

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso will extend his Formula One career by joining Aston Martin next season. The 41-year-old Spaniard will replace Sebastian Vettel after the German announced his retirement last week. Alonso’s contract with Alpine was ending this season. Aston Martin says it signed Alonso to a multi-year deal. Alonso will be going into his 20th season in F1. He won his titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006. He took two years off in 2019 and 2020 to race in other series.

What kind of documentary do you have if the person your film is about is played by an actor lip-syncing that person’s words? This is only one of the intriguing questions posed by “My Old School,” a film in which all the flashbacks are at first animated and the animated characters are voiced …

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VILNIUS, Lithuania — The kitchen staff in one of this city’s newest chic hotels, housed in a 15th century palace, knew Hollywood had arrived when film crews flown in from California started calling room service to demand smoothies — juiced celery and all.

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Friday was another beautiful day at, and for, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. So much so that even by his gleaming standards NLBM president Bob Kendrick radiated a certain surplus glow still basking in Buck O’Neil’s long-awaited induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

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The first week of training camp is in the books, and the Mike McDaniel era of the Miami Dolphins franchise began about as smoothly as it could have possibly gone.

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Manchester City and Liverpool have finished as England’s top two teams in three of the last four seasons and it has created the highest-quality rivalry ever seen in English soccer. Can anyone break their stranglehold in the Premier League? Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United are the other members of the Premier League’s “Big Six” and they have all been busy in their own ways during the offseason. Chelsea has new ownership, United has another new manager while Tottenham and Arsenal have been among the most active movers in the transfer market.

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