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Hundreds gather outside US Supreme Court to mourn ‘RBG’
Hundreds of people gathered Friday night outside the US Supreme Court, singing in a candlelight vigil and weeping together as they mourned the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
TikTok sues Trump to overturn ban that could ‘destroy online community’ – report
TikTok has reportedly filed a complaint against the Trump administration, seeking to block the looming ban on the app’s operations. It marks the second time the company has tried to legally challenge the US government.
Spotify has torn into Apple again, this time over the new Apple One subscription bundle
It called on regulators to check Apple's power before it causes "irreparable harm to the developer community."
US West Coast fires: Is Trump right to blame forest management?
With fires raging across California, Oregon and Washington in the US, President Trump has repeatedly criticised the way forests in these states are
TikTok: Oracle confirms being picked by Bytedance to be app's partner
US tech firm Oracle has confirmed that TikTok's owner has formally proposed it become a "trusted technology partner" to the video-sharing app.
Microsoft's offer to buy US TikTok is rejected
The deal represents a symbolic loss for Satya Nadella’s Microsoft, which has an advertising business that Nadella once worked on.
Los Angeles police officers shot in 'ambush'
Two Los Angeles police officers are in a critical condition after being shot in what police are calling an ambush.
Trump wanted to downplay 'deadly' virus, Woodward book says
President Donald Trump knew Covid-19 was deadlier than the flu before it hit the US but wanted to play down the crisis, according to a new book.
US to withdraw 2,200 troops from Iraq by end of September
The US will withdraw more than a third of its troops from Iraq within weeks, its top Middle East commander has said.
EU hobbled over sanctions against Russia in response to Navalny poisoning
European countries have threatened sanctions on Russia over the alleged nerve agent attack on opposition leader Alexei Navalny, but a concerted decision will be tough to reach given the interests at stake.
Brexit: Ministers plan laws overriding part of withdrawal deal
Ministers are planning new legislation that could override a key part of last year's EU withdrawal agreement.
Daniel Prude: New York police used 'spit hood' on man who died of asphyxiation
An unarmed black man died in New York state after he was hooded by police and held face down to the road for two minutes, body camera footage shows.
Russia’s Navalny poisoned by nerve agent, Germany says, citing ‘unequivocal proof’
The German government says tests performed on samples taken from Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny showed the presence of the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok.
Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman dies at 43 after fight with colon cancer
Hollywood stars and shell-shocked fans are paying tribute to actor Chadwick Boseman, who has died after a four-year fight with colon cancer.
WHERE’S KIM’S SISTER?: Mystery disappearance of ‘aggressive’ Kim Yo-jong
She had been touted as the next leader of North Korea but has now vanished in what could be a sign of a brutal and bloody power play underway in Pyongyang.
How Trump Mastered the Art of Telling History His Way
The Republican convention has glossed over the most painful facts about the pandemic and the cratered economy. It’s not the first time the president has altered reality.
RNC Night 3 takeaways: Pence calls Biden a 'Trojan horse' for the radical left, Kellyanne Conway touts Trump's record
Vice President Mike Pence slammed Joe Biden, saying the Democratic presidential nominee's proposals would leave Americans unsafe and vulnerable, calling him "a Trojan Horse for the radical left."
‘Cruel’: Why Kim’s sister is a problem
Kim Jong-un’s “cruel and unpredictable” sister would rule with an iron fist, experts say, but she may be too much even for North Korea’s elites.
Donald Trump's sister says he's an 'unprincipled phoney'
US President Donald Trump's eldest sister, a former federal judge, has said her brother is a liar who "has no principles", secret recordings reveal.
Alexei Navalny: Doctors say Putin critic can't be moved to Germany
Russian doctors say leading opposition figure Alexei Navalny - who supporters believe was poisoned - remains too ill to be moved to Germany for treatment.
Kim Jong-un gives sister Yo-jong 'more responsibilities'
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has delegated more responsibilities to his aides, including his sister Kim Yo-jong, South Korea's spy agency claims.
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