Canadian border staff to begin 'work-to-rule' strike Friday
Mexico is suing US gun makers, arguing that millions of American guns have illegally flowed across the border and fueled homicide rates
A study conducted by the Mexican government found more than 2.5 million guns have illegally entered the country from the US over the past decade.
Real estate groups ask federal court to block enforcement of CDC's new eviction moratorium
The effort to revive the lawsuit came a day after the administration announced a new moratorium on evictions in counties hardest hit by COVID-19.
Israel launches airstrikes on Lebanon in response to rockets
TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israel on Thursday escalated its response to rocket attacks this week by launching rare airstrikes on Lebanon, the army said.
Elon Musk says Walter Isaacson is writing his new biography
Isaacson previously wrote an outstanding biography of Steve Jobs.
A Belarusian Olympic Athlete Found Protection in Japan. Most Refugees Do Not
Texas politician dies of COVID 5 days after posting anti-vaccine meme
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Greece battles to control fire close to ancient Olympic site
TikTok tests Snapchat-like 24-hour feature, reports
Wildfire takes aim at northern California town, leveling businesses and homes
China Imposes Restrictions; Melbourne in Lockdown: Virus Update
Dasha Kelly: More than $170,000 raised in 24 hours for mother and three kids facing eviction
Landlords sue to stop Biden's 'nakedly political' eviction ban
Recall Candidate John Cox Calls for Border Wall to Stop California's Drug Crisis
Huawei CFO returns to Canadian court
Lightning strikes kill at least 16 at a wedding party in Bangladesh
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Republicans go after Newsom, mask mandates and critical race theory in recall debate
Mexico Sues Gun Companies in U.S., Accusing Them of Fueling Violence