2 European divers rescued in Indonesia, Dutch teenager dead

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Two European divers were rescued by fishermen on Saturday but a third, a 14-year-old Dutch, had died, four days after they disappeared off a southern Malaysian island and drifted some 70 nautical miles (100 kilometers), authorities said.

Input sought on PTA lease

The U.S. Army is requesting public feedback on a draft environmental impact statement that will determine whether part of the Pohakuloa Training Area will remain under Army management.

Obituaries: April 10, 2022

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The AP Interview: Zelenskyy seeks peace despite atrocities

KYIV, Ukraine — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Saturday that he is committed to pressing for peace despite Russian attacks on civilians that have stunned the world, and he renewed his plea for more weapons ahead of an expected surge in fighting in the country’s east.

More flee as Ukraine warns of stepped-up Russian attacks

KYIV, Ukraine — Civilian evacuations moved forward in patches of battle-scarred eastern Ukraine on Saturday, a day after a missile strike killed at least 52 people and wounded more than 100 at a train station where thousands clamored to leave before an expected Russian onslaught.

Editorial: Ending federal pot prohibition is a no-brainer

Last week, the House of Representatives voted 220-204 to approve the MORE Act, which would end the federal prohibition of marijuana. While the bill certainly isn’t perfect, it’s preferable to prohibition, which is why it’s unfortunate that only one California Republican member of Congress, Rep. Tom McClintock, voted in support.

Steelers QB Dwayne Haskins killed in auto accident

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Dwayne Haskins was working on a second chapter for his young NFL career. The 24-year-old quarterback was spending time with some teammates with the Pittsburgh Steelers, getting ready to compete for a starting job.