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Vehicle speeds through Wisconsin parade

A speeding SUV ploughed through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Sunday (November 21), killing at least one person and injuring more than 20, including a group of young dancers waving pompoms. Waukesha...

Demonstrators rally across US to protest Rittenhouse acquittal

Hundreds of protesters from New York to California held rallies on Friday (March 27) to demonstrate against the verdict of a jury that acquitted teenager Kyle Rittenhouse of murder in the fatal shooting of two men during...

MOMENT: Rittenhouse collapses as not guilty verdict is read

Teenage defendant Kyle Rittenhouse collapsed in tears on Friday (November 19) after a jury acquitted him on all charges relating to his fatal shooting of two men and wounding of a third with a semi-automatic rifle during...

‘It’s the right thing to do’ say Australians as cricket skipper Paine steps down after texting scandal

Australians agreed that Tim Paine should step down as Australia test cricket captain on Friday (November 19) after revelations he had been investigated and cleared over sexually explicit text messages sent to a female former colleague four...

U.S. House passes Biden’s $1.75 trillion social spending bill, sending to Senate

President Joe Biden's $1.75 trillion bill to bolster the social safety net and fight climate change passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday (November 19) and headed to the Senate, where divided moderates and liberals still...

New migrant caravan trails north from Mexico’s southern border

Hundreds of migrants gathered in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, near the border with Guatemala, to advance as part of a new caravan on Thursday (November 18). Leading the caravan as it moved...

Malcolm X file ahead of exoneration of two men convicted of killing the Black civil rights activist

Two men convicted of killing Black activist and civil rights advocate Malcolm X in 1965 will be exonerated, the Manhattan district attorney's office said on Wednesday (November 17). It would be an official acknowledgement...

Canada’s Trudeau and Mexico’s Lopez Obrador meet during North American leader’s summit

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador met in the Mexican Culture Institute in Washington D.C. during the North American leader's summit on Thursday (November 18). Trudeau and Lopez Obrador...

Long-standing history of anti-Asian racism systemic issue in US

Systemic racism against Asians has been a prevailing problem ever since the 19th century in the United States, according to a Chinese American scholar and historian, who urged for more efforts to demolish the long-standing discrimination.

From crypto to Christie’s: How an Indian metaverse king made his fortune

On Jan. 23, several hundred partygoers packed into an unusual art gallery. Champagne flowed into glasses that floated above a black disco floor. Guests' avatars danced to electronic music, unhindered by gravity. The host, an Indian cryptocurrency...

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Louis Vuitton designer Virgil Abloh dies

Virgil Abloh, fashion's highest profile Black designer and the creative mind behind Louis Vuitton's menswear collection, died...

SUGAR LAND TOWN SQUARE RINGS IN THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH MAGICAL POP-UP EXPERIENCE

Sugar Land Town Square is bringing the magic of the season to the square with a special holiday pop-up, Santa’s Sugar Land, featuring...

India’s Modi orders review of reopening on Omicron COVID concerns

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told officials on Saturday (November 27) to review plans to ease travel restrictions as concerns rise over...

Vaughan says he is sorry for pain felt by former team mate Rafiq

Former England captain Michael Vaughan said he is sorry for all the hurt Azeem Rafiq has experienced following his ex-Yorkshire team mate's...

China-U.S. pairs have bittersweet night at world table tennis championships

Two China-U.S. pairs had different fates during the round of 16 in the mixed doubles at the world table tennis championships held...