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Pride parades kicked off Sunday in New York and across the country with glittering confetti, cheering crowds, waving rainbow flags and renewed fears of losing freedoms won over decades of activism. The annual marches in New York, San Francisco, Chicago and elsewhere came just two days after a conservative Supreme Court justice signaled in an abortion ruling that the court should reconsider same-sex marriage rights recognized in 2015. By Bobby Caina Calvansent. SENT: 975 words, photos.


LOS ANGELES — Two years ago, Leili Ghazi quit her studies in biomedical engineering in Iran and seized the opportunity to travel to the United States to build a new life with her parents. Now the 22-year-old is separated from her family indefinitely because her father completed required military service more than two decades ago as a conscript for a branch of Iran’s armed forces that the US government declared years ago. later foreign terrorist organization. By Amy Taxin. SENT: 1,129 words, photos.


Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic ‘Elvis’ rocked theaters with estimated weekend ticket sales of $30.5 million, but – in a box office rarity – ‘Elvis’ tied ‘Top Gun’. : Maverick,” which also grossed $30.5 million, for No. 1 in theaters. By AP Film Writer Jake Coyle. SENT: 805 words, photos.


– ABORTION PROTEST – LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles police have arrested a man they believe attacked an officer with a “makeshift flamethrower” during a protest against the overthrow of Roe v. Wade.

— GASOLINE PRICES — The average price of regular gasoline in the United States fell 4 cents over the past two weeks to $5.05 a gallon.



SAN DIEGO – Reigning Newfoundland MVP Bryce Harper was placed on the 10-day disabled list on Sunday with a broken left thumb and the Philadelphia Phillies have yet to announce timetable for his return. Harper’s thumb was broken when he was hit by a 97mph pitch from San Diego Padres southpaw Blake Snell on Saturday night. SENT: 283 words.


SAN DIEGO — A day after Bryce Harper broke his left thumb when he was hit by a pitch, Kyle Gibson and the Philadelphia Phillies are targeting a series win over Yu Darvish and the San Diego Padres. By Bernie Wilson. COMING: 600 words, photos. The game started at 1:10 p.m.


ATLANTA — Dodgers right-hander Tony Gonsolin will put his undefeated record on the line and go for his 10th win over Braves rookie Spencer Strider. The series is a rematch of the last two NL Championship Series. By Charles Odum. COMING: 700 words, photos. The game starts at 4:08 p.m.


SAN FRANCISCO – Cincinnati plays San Francisco at Oracle Park. COMING: 700 words, photos. From 7:15 p.m. By Michael Wagaman.


ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels engaged in a long full-squad fight in the second inning on Sunday after tensions over two days of indoor courts boiled over. By Greg Beacham. SENT: 154 words.


ANAHEIM, Calif. — Marco Gonzales takes the mound for the Seattle Mariners in their series finale against Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels. By Greg Beacham. COMING: 500 words, photos. Started at 1 p.m.

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