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Robert Durst found guilty of first degree murder in the 2000 shooting of Susan Berman. nbcnews.to/39h5v7A
British computing inventor Clive Sinclair has died aged 81. “RIP, Sir Sinclair. I loved that computer,” Elon Musk said in a tweet. nbcnews.to/39bGmeB
France says it has killed Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, the leader of the Islamic State group in the Greater Sahara. nbcnews.to/3kdwpDt
North Korea says it successfully launched ballistic missiles from a train for the first time. nbcnews.to/3AciaV8
Los Angeles County will require customers and workers at indoor bars and nightclubs to be vaccinated against Covid-19 starting next month, health officials say. nbcnews.to/3nzglhH
SpaceX makes history with first all-civilian spaceflight; the four-person crew will spend three days in orbit around Earth before re-entering the atmosphere and splashing down in the Atlantic Ocean. nbcnews.to/3nE6QOa
South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh enlisted hitman for $10 million life insurance policy, attorney says. nbcnews.to/3C91tKO - @TODAYshow
An FBI agent accused of failing to properly investigate USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nasser has been fired by the FBI. nbcnews.to/3zcIc9x
South Korea says it has carried out a successful test of a submarine-launched ballistic missile, hours after North Korea fired two ballistic missiles off its east coast. nbcnews.to/398gIHv
North Korea has fired two ballistic missiles off its east coast, the South Korean and Japanese governments say, two days after Pyongyang said it had tested a new cruise missile. nbcnews.to/3Elc8UA
California Gov. Gavin Newsom staves off recall effort, will stay in office, NBC News projects. nbcnews.to/2VFpVns
As polls close in California, the recall election to decide the fate of Gov. Newsom is too early to call, according to the NBC News Decision Desk. Follow the latest results live here. nbcnews.to/3kcnJxg
Norm Macdonald, the former 'Saturday Night Live' cast member and stand-up comedian who earned a cult following with his deadpan delivery and wry wit, has died at age 61, his manager says. nbcnews.to/3zc3LqO
Tropical storm Nicholas hit Texas and parts of Louisiana with heavy rain, power outages and the threat of flash floods and storm surges Tuesday morning; 18 inches of rain possible in some areas. nbcnews.to/2YQ5CF7
Russia's President Putin self-isolating because of coronavirus cases in his inner circle, the Kremlin says, adding that he tested negative for Covid-19. nbcnews.to/3EgeW5u
Nicholas downgraded to a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph, National Hurricane Center says. nbcnews.to/3CaGqHP
Russia's President Putin meets Syria's Assad in Moscow for the first time since 2015 and criticized foreign forces that are in Syria without a U.N. mandate, the Kremlin said. nbcnews.to/3EbtYcR
Hurricane Nicholas makes landfall on the Texas coast, with 75 mph winds and threatening to bring up to 18 inches of rain to parts of the state, forecasters say. nbcnews.to/3llSPBX
North Korea carried out successful tests of a new long-range cruise missile over the weekend, state media says. nbcnews.to/3z6o4Wo
Russia's Daniil Medvedev ends Novak Djokovic's bid for calendar-year Slam at US Open. nbcnews.to/3EdT0Ij
President Biden to start full day of 9/11 memorial events at Ground Zero. nbcnews.to/3tyUzeS
18-year-old Emma Raducanu and 19-year-old Leylah Fernandez reach the women's final at the US Open. nbcnews.to/3k5njZL
Proposal stipulates that students would have to get their first shot no later than 30 days after their 12th birthday and their second dose no later than 8 weeks after that birthday.
Students with “qualified and approved exemptions and conditional admissions” will still be able to opt out of getting the shots, but the proposal does not spell out what those might be.
The Los Angeles Unified School District will require all students 12 and older to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by Jan. 10, the district says; LAUSD is the first major school district in the U.S. to mandate the vaccination for eligible students. nbcnews.to/2XaDP1y
President Biden to ask Labor Dept. to issue a rule requiring all employers with 100+ employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated or produce negative Covid tests at least once a week, a senior admin. official says. nbcnews.to/3l72356
Sen. Klobuchar reveals that she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year and has received successful treatment for it. nbcnews.to/3zXmyqR
Taliban to let dozens of U.S. and other foreign citizens to leave Afghanistan on a flight to Qatar scheduled to take off from Kabul on Thursday, two sources familiar with the matter tell @NBCNews nbcnews.to/3jTXawL
Robert E. Lee statue, erected in 1890, removed from its pedestal on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia. nbcnews.to/3yXx9ki
Idaho public health leaders begin health care rationing for the state’s northern hospitals because there are more Covid-19 patients than the institutions can handle. nbcnews.to/2WXSxcw
Mexican authorities say 92 aftershocks were felt in the hours after the initial 7.0-magnitude earthquake north of Acapulco. 1.6M were also left without power, according to the electric commission. nbcnews.to/2YtmAca
Fire at an overcrowded Indonesia prison block kills 41 inmates, government minister says. nbcnews.to/2VpbhAF
7.0-magnitude earthquake strikes north of Acapulco in Mexico, officials say; 1 reported dead in Guerrero state. nbcnews.to/3l3Ulsj
Man shoots 8 people, 1 fatally, after getting kicked out of a Kansas club early Tuesday morning, authorities say. nbcnews.to/2X022ar
Actor Michael K. Williams, famous for his role in "The Wire," has died at age 54. nbcnews.to/3zOT4vi
Taliban say they have captured Panjshir, the last holdout of resistance in Afghanistan, but rebel forces contested the claim and have vowed to continue fighting. nbcnews.to/3BLDWQ1
Federal pandemic unemployment benefits have just expired, affecting 7.5M people, according to the Century Foundation. nbcnews.to/2WTzcc2
Soldiers in Guinea detained President Conde on Sunday after hours of heavy gunfire rang out near the presidential palace in the country's capital, then announced on state television that the government had been dissolved in an apparent coup. nbcnews.to/3DTH0v4
U.S. economy added 235,000 jobs in August, while the unemployment rate fell to 5.2% from 5.4%, offering a snapshot of how the delta variant is impacting economic growth. nbcnews.to/3mXgFGv
Japanese PM Suga says will not run in the governing party's leadership election this month, indicating that he will step down after just a year as the country's leader. nbcnews.to/3DMwc1O
New Zealand authorities say they shot and killed a "violent extremist" after he entered an Auckland supermarket and stabbed and injured 6 shoppers. nbcnews.to/3gZ0Qvr
At least 22 people are dead after the remnants of Hurricane Ida battered New York and New Jersey with tornadoes, record rain and flooding on Thursday. nbcnews.to/3tbhpJ6
Taliban fighters advance against a final pocket of armed resistance in Afghanistan's Panjshir Valley as its leaders prepare to announce a new government. nbcnews.to/38zKNPX
At least 8 people killed, New York and New Jersey under states of emergency after the remnants of Hurricane Ida swept into the Northeast. nbcnews.to/3kPrTKy
At least 5 deaths reported and New York and New Jersey are under states of emergency after the remnants of Hurricane Ida swept into the Northeast. nbcnews.to/3jyYy7Q
At least 2 deaths reported after a tornado struck southern New Jersey and flash flood emergency declared for New York City. nbcnews.to/2WQZEmJ
While the court says the case "raises serious questions regarding the constitutionality of the Texas law" and doesn't block future challenges, the ruling allows one of the most restrictive abortion prohibitions in the nation to remain in effect.
In a 5-4 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court declines to block Texas law that prohibits abortion after fetal cardiac activity can be detected; Chief Justice Roberts joins the court's liberal justices. nbcnews.to/38zroi6
A "flash flood emergency" was issued for the first time in New York City as heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Ida lashed the region, spawning at least one tornado and causing flooding, officials say. nbcnews.to/3BtNUoW
Police and paramedics in Aurora, Colorado, will face charges in the case of Elijah McClain, the young Black man who died in 2019 after he was detained and placed in a chokehold by officers, following 8 months of a grand jury investigation. nbcnews.to/2V9FljM
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