(AP) — Dr. Hussein Abdul-Latif spent the last week typing out prescription refills for his young transgender patients, trying to make sure they had access to their medications for a few months before Alabama made it illegal for him to prescribe them.

(AP) — The last thing the family of two sisters slain in a tiny South Carolina town had heard about the man who confessed to killing them was that he was headed to a mental hospital in 2012 to be treated for schizophrenia so he could later be tried for murder.

Brazilian environmental and Indigenous organizations, together with some companies, are urging the United States to come through with promised funding for forest protection and deal directly with people who live in the forest, have protected it and, they say, “are directly affected by the escalating deforestation.”

(AP) — China’s export growth tumbled in April as global demand weakened, adding to pressure on the world’s secondlargest economy after Shanghai and other industrial cities were shut down to fight virus outbreaks.

(AP) - Vladimir Putin had no victories in Ukraine to proclaim on Victory Day. Nor did his speech at the Red Square military parade offer any clear pictures of when a victory may come or how it would be achieved.

Court hearing: Did Biden legally suspend oil lease sales?

(AP) — A federal appeals court in New Orleans hears arguments Tuesday about whether President Jo Biden legally suspended new oil and gas lease sales shortly after taking office because of climate change worries.