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Evacuations continue in liberated areas of Kharkiv
In Indonesia, a rare transgender school is helping to create LGBTQ acceptance. But many Muslim nations criminalize gay and lesbian sex, including World Cup host Qatar. LGBTQ people are often rejected by families and denounced by Islamic authorities. (Dec. 6) (AP video: Fadlan Syam)
According to prosecutors, eyewitnesses said the suspect demanded $300K, a portion of his "investment" in the illegal enterprise, be returned to him.
Residents of North Carolina's Moore County could be without power until Thursday after a gunman opened fire on two substations over the weekend.
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Politicians, advocates and protesters urged the San Francisco's Board of Supervisors to reject a proposal to give city police the ability to use potentially lethal, remote-controlled robots in emergency situations. (AP video/Terry Chea) (Nov. 5)
NASA's Artemis I mission to deep space and back is nearing its conclusion as the Orion spacecraft sailed past the moon Monday morning.
Indigenous women are custodians of traditional knowledge, holding a key role in preserving nature. Yet, many at this year's U.N. climate talks said their role needs to be recognized by world leaders. (AP Video: Teresa de Miguel)
Jefferson Davis dies in New Orleans; Four people die at a free Rolling Stones concert at the Altamont Speedway in Livermore, California; America's first attempt to put a satellite into orbit fails; Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck is born. (Dec. 6)
Tens of thousands of people are bracing for days without electricity in a North Carolina county where authorities say two power substations were shot up by one or more people with apparent criminal intent. (Dec. 5)