Mexico Sues Gun Companies in U.S., Accusing Them of Fueling Violence
Lightning strikes kill at least 16 at a wedding party in Bangladesh
The lightning struck while the group exited a boat during a thunderstorm. They were on their way to the bride's house, a government official told AFP.
A Belarusian Olympic Athlete Found Protection in Japan. Most Refugees Do Not
In 2020, Japan granted refugee status to only 47 out of nearly 4,000 applicants
Trump and his allies continue to pour donor money into Trump's businesses
Donald Trump may be out of office, but federal and state campaign disclosures show that political donor money continues to pour into his properties.
Elon Musk says Walter Isaacson is writing his new biography
Isaacson previously wrote an outstanding biography of Steve Jobs.
Biden’s vision for the border has gone bust. But what’s Plan B?
Australian scientists captured the moment a star became a supernova
Hillsong Church Founder Brian Houston Charged With Concealing Child Sex Offenses
Real estate groups ask federal court to block enforcement of CDC's new eviction moratorium
Israel conducts first Lebanon strikes in seven years: military
Republicans go after Newsom, mask mandates and critical race theory in recall debate
The LA Times
Texas politician dies of COVID 5 days after posting anti-vaccine meme
New York Daily News
Rescued American Girl, 8, Says She Was Beaten and Abused in ISIS Camp
The Daily Beast
Biden’s lawless eviction ban deals another blow to rule of law
2 Russian news sites, legal aid group, close under pressure
Iran's new hardline president to be sworn in
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Editorial: Miami Beach officers acted like thugs. Looks like they learned nothing from George Floyd
Taliban Seizes Border Posts, Draining Key Afghan Income Source