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Monday, July 25

A chess-playing robot responds to a boy’s move by breaking his finger at the Moscow Chess Open. (Source: Baza)

• Storms to bring an end to 90-degree days: A cool front could bring thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. Tuesday will be more normal, with highs in the mid- to upper 80s. (Source: ABC 27)

• Lancaster city eyes red-light cameras: At present, just two Pennsylvania municipalities have red-light cameras: Philadelphia and Abington Township in Montgomery County. (Source: LNP)

• Gov. Wolf to direct $40 million in pandemic relief funds to universities: The one-time money would go to Pitt, Penn State, Temple and Lincoln universities. Some see the appropriation as payback for Republican efforts to defund the schools over fetal tissue research. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• State considers increasing price of fishing licenses: The proposal would increase the cost for state residents from $21 to $23.50 and would be the first hike since 2005. (Source: WGAL)

• Nation/world: Epidemiologists say opportunity to control monkeypox is waning. (Source: NPR) Myanmar junta executes four opponents. (Source: UPI) Cheney says Jan. 6 committee will consider subpoena for Ginni Thomas. (Source: NBC News) Wildfire near Yosemite forces evacuations. (Source: CBS News) Feds to sue poultry producers over alleged collusion. (Source: AP) Chess-playing robot breaks boy’s finger. (Source: CNN)