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Indian workers try to repair a malfunctioning information screen at the Delhi International Airport in New Delhi, July 19, 2024.

CrowdStrike outage sparks global chaos with airline, bank and other disruptions

Over 2,500 flights were canceled and more than 8,000 were delayed in the U.S.
July 19
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Sen. Joe Manchin is questioned by reporters about the candidacy of President Joe Biden, in the U.S. Capitol, on July 8, 2024, in Washington, D.C.

2024 election live updates: Manchin the latest to call on Biden to end reelection bid

More Democrats are calling for Biden to bow out of the race.
July 21
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Republican presidential nominee, former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks after officially accepting the Republican presidential nomination on stage during Republican National Convention, July 18, 2024, in Milwaukee.

Trump says 'drill, baby, drill,' but the record for US oil production isn't his

Crude oil production in the U.S. averaged 12.9 million barrels per day in 2023.
July 19
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Security personnel inspect the site after gunfire rang out during a campaign rally at the Butler Farm Show in Butler, Pa., July 13, 2024.

Trump shooting live updates: Trump says 'nobody' warned him about gunman

One spectator was killed and two were hurt in Saturday's shooting.
July 21
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Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich stands listening to the verdict in a glass cage of a courtroom inside the building of "Palace of justice," in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on Friday, July 19, 2024.

Evan Gershkovich sentenced to 16 years in Russian penal colony on espionage charges

Closing arguments took place inside a closed courtroom.
July 19
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Police respond to the scene where a postal worker was fatally shot in Chicago, July 19, 2024.

Postal worker fatally shot in front of Chicago residence: Officials

The gunman fled the scene and is at large, police said.
July 20

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David Muir traveled to Lebanon's border with Syria, reporting on the thousands of children working in the fields to help their families survive.
David Muir traveled to Lebanon's border with Syria, reporting on the thousands of children working in the fields to help their families survive.
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