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The First Gold Medal Of The Tokyo Olympics Goes To China

A 21-year-old woman from China came out on top in the 10 meter air rifle competition. Qian Yang narrowly beat out a competitor from Russia and beamed as she held up her gold medal. (Image credit: Alex Brandon/AP)

Prosecutors Say They Have Evidence Of More Abuse And Bribery In The R. Kelly Case

Federal prosecutors in New York filed a request on Friday that they be allowed to enter more evidence of uncharged crimes allegedly committed by the R&B singer in his trial next month.(Image credit: Antonio Perez/Getty Images)

New Capitol Police Chief Defends The Agency In The Wake Of The Jan. 6 Riot

The new chief, Tom Manger, said the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection should not define the department and that necessary changes to its procedures have been made in the months since.(Image credit: J. Scott Applewhite/AP)

The Search for Victims Comes To An End At the Florida Condo Collapse Site

Officials had vowed to continue the search for people among roughly 11 tons of rubble that remained until all missing persons had been recovered. Now firefighters have finished their search.(Image credit: Rebecca Blackwell/AP)

The Tokyo Olympics Has Relaxed Its Rules On Athlete Protests — To A Point

Gestures of protest have already begun. But exactly what's allowed under the International Olympic Committee's new rules on expression is somewhat murky.(Image credit: AP)

Samoan Court Clears The Way For The Nation's 1st Female Prime Minster

An appeals court ruling has ended a constitutional crisis and confirmed Fiame Naomi Mata'afa as the first woman to lead Samoa. After a tight election in April, two people claimed to be prime minister.(Image credit: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

Beneath Istanbul, Archaeologists Explore An Ancient City's Byzantine Basements

Below the surface of the sprawling, modern metropolis is a different world. Archaeologists are gaining insights into the city's ancient past by examining the basements of ordinary buildings.(Image credit: Nicole Tung/NPR)

6 Poultry Workers Died From A Nitrogen Leak. OSHA Has Issued $1 Million In Fines

They died when a freezer malfunctioned at the Foundation Food Group's poultry plant in Gainesville, Ga., in January. OSHA cited the company and three others for failing to ensure worker safety.(Image credit: Elijah Nouvelage/AFP via Getty Images)

Can't-Miss Moments From The Olympics Opening Ceremony

From pictogram people to a moving rendition of "Imagine," the Tokyo Olympics' opening ceremony balanced fun with the seriousness of the moment.(Image credit: Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Chevy Bolts Are Recalled For A 2nd Time Over Batteries That Can Set The Cars On Fire

Two Bolts that had been fixed under a previous recall caught fire. Until repairs are done, General Motors says owners should park the electric cars outdoors and not charge them overnight.(Image credit: Paul Sancya/AP)

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