Wimbledon recap: Donna Vekic’s double fault recovery, tennis under roofs, American losses

Serving for the second set against Lulu Sun, Donna Vekic double faulted five times — the joint-second highest number in a game in Wimbledon history. It was an incredible implosion, or at least it would have been had we not seen these kind of struggles with Vekic before. She went through an excruciating defeat from an advantageous position against Serbian Olga Danilovic at the French Open.

Alec Baldwin manslaughter trial revolves around Wild West gun

SANTA FE, New Mexico — The inner workings of a Colt .45 “Peacemaker” revolver, a symbol of the American Wild West, have become the focus of Alec Baldwin’s trial for the 2021 fatal shooting of “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on a New Mexico movie set.

US economy no longer overheated, Fed’s Powell tells Congress

WASHINGTON —The U.S. is “no longer an overheated economy” with a job market that has cooled from its pandemic-era extremes and in many ways is back where it was before the health crisis, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said in remarks to Congress that suggested the case for interest rate cuts is becoming stronger.

Green signs public safety bills

Bills signed into law Tuesday expand the statute of limitation for civil litigation against predators who sexually abuse children, raise the age to buy ammunition to 21 — the legal age to purchase guns in Hawaii — and mandate the state’s law enforcement agencies to hire more women and nonbinary police officers.

The president’s promises: Biden presses on with his campaign

On Friday, a bit over a week after his poor debate performance against Donald Trump, President Joe Biden sat down with ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos for a conversation widely seen as meant to reassure allies and the American electorate that he’s up to the job.