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Police: 10 Shot in Queens (NY) By Two Men

Two men strode up to a crowd outside a barbershop in the New York City borough of Queens and opened fire, police said.

PG&E May Face Criminal Charges Over Fatal CA Fire

Prosecutors hadn't yet decided which charges to file, but they plan to do so before the September anniversary of the blaze.

Sailor Charged After Setting Fire That Destroyed Warship

The sailor was charged with aggravated arson and the willful hazarding of a vessel; no name was released.

CT Fire Crews Sent to MN to Battle Wildfires

So far this year, 33 people from Connecticut have been sent to fight wildfires in Arizona, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, and Oregon.

Flooding Kills 150 in Northeastern Afghanistan

Flash flooding killed 150 people in a remote area in Afghanistan’s mountainous northeastern Nuristan province controlled by the Taliban.

Wing Reportedly Fell Off Plane Before Fatal AZ Crash

The plane crashed in mountainous desert terrain about 15 miles northeast of Wikieup and burst into flames with debris scattered over several acres.

Vigilantes Raid Mexican Town, Abduct 21, Burn Homes

Officials blamed a newly formed vigilante group called "El Machete” which pledged to fight drug cartels.

At Least Two Dead, 31 Injured in German Chemical Blast

The explosion at the waste management facility of the Chempark site in Leverkusen, near Cologne, sent a large black cloud into the air.

CA, NV Governors Tour Site of Massive Wildfire

CA Gov. Newsom and NV Gov. Sisolak planned a brief morning tour of damage from the Tamarack Fire.

Western Wildfires Calm, But Losses Grow

Cooler weather on Tuesday helped calm two gigantic wildfires in the U.S. West, but a tally of property losses mounted as authorities got better access to a tiny California community savaged by flames last weekend and to a remote area of southern Oregon where the nation's largest blaze is burning.

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