Biden’s lawless eviction ban deals another blow to rule of law
Sydney suffers worst pandemic day as Australian lockdowns extended
Sydney reported its worst day of the Covid-19 pandemic on Thursday with five deaths and a record rise in locally acquired infections as a weeks-long hard lockdown is struggling to contain the highly contagious Delta strain of the coronavirus.
Wildfire takes aim at northern California town, leveling businesses and homes
There was no official damage assessments for Greenville, but video in the area showed gutted and collapsed buildings after the Dixie Fire entered.
Canadian border staff to begin 'work-to-rule' strike Friday
Canadian border staff are set to begin a "work-to-rule" strike on Friday, three days before Canada is scheduled to allow fully vaccinated Americans and permanent residents to enter the country for non-essential travel for the first time since the start...
Huawei CFO returns to Canadian court
Meng has returned to a Canadian courtroom for the final weeks of her U.S. extradition hearings, as the legal proceedings running more than two years draw to a close.
A Belarusian Olympic Athlete Found Protection in Japan. Most Refugees Do Not
Landlords sue to stop Biden's 'nakedly political' eviction ban
Lightning strikes kill at least 16 at a wedding party in Bangladesh
Elon Musk says Walter Isaacson is writing his new biography
Texas politician dies of COVID 5 days after posting anti-vaccine meme
New York Daily News
TikTok tests Snapchat-like 24-hour feature, reports
Israel launches airstrikes on Lebanon in response to rockets
Mexico Sues Gun Companies in U.S., Accusing Them of Fueling Violence
The New York Times
Republicans go after Newsom, mask mandates and critical race theory in recall debate
The LA Times
Recall Candidate John Cox Calls for Border Wall to Stop California's Drug Crisis
Greece battles to control fire close to ancient Olympic site
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Real estate groups ask federal court to block enforcement of CDC's new eviction moratorium
Mexico is suing US gun makers, arguing that millions of American guns have illegally flowed across the border and fueled homicide rates