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An oil spill off the California coast destroyed a wildlife habitat and caused dead birds and fish to wash up on Huntington Beach, officials say

An oil spill off the California coast destroyed a wildlife habitat and caused dead birds and fish to wash up on Huntington Beach, officials say

A swath of the Southern California coast is covered with oil after 3,000 barrels’ worth gushed into the Pacific Ocean — devastating some of the… Read More ›

Police failures exposed by Sarah Everard murder underpin culture of misogyny in the force, activists say

Police failures exposed by Sarah Everard murder underpin culture of misogyny in the force, activists say

  When thousands gathered to mourn the death of Sarah Everard, a 33-year-old woman who was kidnapped, raped and murdered in March, London police responded… Read More ›

Lawsuit: NYPD Still Hiding Discipline Files After Law Change

Lawsuit: NYPD Still Hiding Discipline Files After Law Change

  NEW YORK (AP) — The New York chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union sued New York City’s police department on Thursday, saying it… Read More ›

It’s official. China’s manufacturing industry is in trouble

It’s official. China’s manufacturing industry is in trouble

  Hong Kong – Factories in China are struggling at a time when the world’s second largest economy has to contend with yet another concern:… Read More ›

The workers who keep global supply chains moving are warning of a ‘system collapse’

The workers who keep global supply chains moving are warning of a ‘system collapse’

London – Seafarers, truck drivers and airline workers have endured quarantines, travel restrictions and complex Covid-19 vaccination and testing requirements to keep stretched supply chains… Read More ›

Milley defends Trump-era calls to Chinese counterpart in congressional Afghanistan hearing

Milley defends Trump-era calls to Chinese counterpart in congressional Afghanistan hearing

Top US General Mark Milley offered a full-throated defense of his behavior during the last days of the Trump administration, including a phone conversation with… Read More ›

R. Kelly convicted of racketeering and sex trafficking by a federal jury in New York

R. Kelly convicted of racketeering and sex trafficking by a federal jury in New York

New York – Jurors have found R&B singer R. Kelly guilty of racketeering, including acts of bribery and sexual exploitation of a child, along with… Read More ›

Chinese Man Dies After Guzzling 1.5 Liters Of Coca Cola In 10 Minutes

Chinese Man Dies After Guzzling 1.5 Liters Of Coca Cola In 10 Minutes

NEW YORK — After reading this story people may have second thoughts about their Coca-Cola habits. A Chinese man allegedly died of a fatal gas… Read More ›

Freed from Canada, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou hailed as hero upon return to China

Freed from Canada, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou hailed as hero upon return to China

  ong Kong (CNN)Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who spent nearly three years in house arrest in Canada, returned home late Saturday, ending a prolonged extradition… Read More ›

4 Accused Of Plotting School Attack On Columbine Anniversary

4 Accused Of Plotting School Attack On Columbine Anniversary

  DUNMORE, Pa. (AP) — Four teenagers have been charged with a plot to attack a Pennsylvania high school in 2024, on the 25th anniversary… Read More ›

Two Canadians imprisoned by China have been released, Prime Minister Trudeau says

Two Canadians imprisoned by China have been released, Prime Minister Trudeau says

  Ottawa, Canada – Two Canadians detained by China for nearly three years have been released, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday night. Trudeau… Read More ›

Explainer: Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine deal is fueling anger in the country. Here’s why

Explainer: Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine deal is fueling anger in the country. Here’s why

The US and UK will be sharing technology and expertise with Australia to help it build nuclear-powered submarines as part of a newly-announced defense pact… Read More ›

Winning $432m Mega Millions Jackpot Ticket Sold In Midtown Manhattan

Winning $432m Mega Millions Jackpot Ticket Sold In Midtown Manhattan

MANHATTAN – A Mega Millions ticket sold at Pronto Pizza, near West 48th and Sixth Avenue, was the only jackpot-winning ticket for the Sept. 21… Read More ›

Biden holds first call with French President Macron since diplomatic crisis erupted

Biden holds first call with French President Macron since diplomatic crisis erupted

President Joe Biden spoke for the first time Wednesday with French President Emmanuel Macron after a major diplomatic crisis exploded between the two longtime allies… Read More ›

Foreign Ministry on Raisi UN speech: ‘A clear danger to the Middle East’

Foreign Ministry on Raisi UN speech: ‘A clear danger to the Middle East’

The international community must condemn the Iranian regime and prevent in any way the possibility that weapons and nuclear capability will fall into the hands… Read More ›

Autopsy confirms remains found in Wyoming are Gabby Petito’s, FBI says

Autopsy confirms remains found in Wyoming are Gabby Petito’s, FBI says

Autopsy results have confirmed that the remains found Sunday in the Bridger-Teton National Forest are those of Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old woman who disappeared while… Read More ›

Lawsuits against doctor who disobeyed new Texas abortion law

Lawsuits against doctor who disobeyed new Texas abortion law

A San Antonio physician was sued after he gave an abortion to a woman, violating a new Texas law banning abortions beyond the point where… Read More ›

Stocks tumble as Wall Street’s fears turn to China

Stocks tumble as Wall Street’s fears turn to China

New York – The Dow and the broader US stock market fell to close sharply lower Monday as Chinese real estate conglomerate Evergrande’s debt crisis… Read More ›

Senate Parliamentarian Deals Blow To Dems’ Immigration Push

Senate Parliamentarian Deals Blow To Dems’ Immigration Push

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats can’t use their $3.5 trillion package bolstering social and climate programs to give millions of immigrants a chance to become… Read More ›

Afghanistan’s women judges are in hiding, fearing reprisal attacks from men they jailed

Afghanistan’s women judges are in hiding, fearing reprisal attacks from men they jailed

Tugging at the folds of the traditional hijab dress, two young sisters jostle and laugh to try to get their mother’s attention as she fries… Read More ›