Showing posts from March, 2021

Wisconsin high court voids governor's mask mandate, settling partisan dispute

Officer resigns after viral video showed him body-slamming K-9 into car

Putin critic Navalny starts hunger strike in jail

Governor signs Voting Rights Act of Virginia

Battle rages over vaccine passports

No shirt, no shoes, no vax, no service?

ICC appeals court upholds acquittal of Ivorian ex-president Gbagbo

Moscow lends Fabergé Imperial Easter eggs for V&A exhibition

UN raises $6.4 billion for Syrians

Republicans Supported Voting Buses and Drop Boxes Until GOP Started Losing

The strange and terrible saga of Alison Collins' ill-fated Tweets

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell: Russia visit ‘was not a success’

Jordan Brand Commits $100 Million to Organizations for Social Justice

Beijing imposes sweeping overhaul of Hong Kong's electoral system

How Saudi Arabia is using couture to improve its reputation

Biden decides to shelve Warren’s wealth tax

Land Day: Palestinians mark the 45th anniversary

Marjorie Taylor Greene blasts COVID-19 vaccine passports

Itamar Ben Gvir, the Jewish supremacist on the rise

Georgia sued for third time over voting restrictions as Delta, Coke face boycott calls

Palestinians fearful of life in Yarmouk camp

Court finds pharma giant guilty of fraud and manslaughter over weight loss pill

Brazilian defence minister resigns, following foreign and health ministers

California top court strikes blow against cash bail

Canal service provider says container ship in Suez set free

Killing of youths sparks protests in northwest Pakistan

GA Rep. Arrested for Knocking on Kemp’s Door as He Signed Voter Suppression Bill

Dozens of anti-coup protesters killed in Myanmar

Florida House Passes GOP's Anti-Protest Bill

Zambia: Under Chinese Rule

China sanctions US and Canadian officials over Xinjiang rebuke

Iran and China sign 25-year cooperation agreement

Harvard closes evolution center after finding connections to Jeffrey Epstein

Dominion files $1.6B suit against Fox News over election fraud claims

China flies at least 20 war planes in Taiwan airspace

New York launches nation's first 'vaccine passport'

India’s massive coal mines auction sends mixed climate signals

Wealth Inequality Distorts Philanthropy and Imperils Democracy

Electric vans are all the rage at DHL, UPS—maybe even USPS, too

Who Are the 10 Biggest Pandemic Profiteers?

British banks slash office space, tell staff to 'work anywhere'

Greece celebrates 200 years of independence in pared-back ceremony

Lula is back, and Brazil is facing a perfect storm

Washington: The Caregiving State

Goldman Sachs junior banker speaks out over '18-hour shifts and low pay'

China threat to invade Taiwan is 'closer than most think', says US admiral

Hirono, Duckworth drop objections to Biden nominees

Britain's John Lewis to close 8 more stores putting 1,465 jobs at risk

U.S. health watchdog objects to Kraft Heinz ads targeting healthy foods

Kim Janey becomes City of Boston's first Black mayor

Colorado shooting: Gunman kills 10 at US supermarket

Poll: Newsom beating recall effort

France summons Chinese ambassador over 'unacceptable' tweets

Plan to expand Texas highway stalled over environmental racism concerns

Former Special Forces soldier charged with assaulting police during Capitol issurection

Top Saudi official issued death threat against UN's Khashoggi investigator

Police identify 21-year-old suspect in Colorado supermarket shooting

Massive fire sweeps through Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh

China throws EU trade deal to the wolf warriors

New York lawmaker wants to ban police use of armed robots

U.S., allies announce sanctions on China over Uyghur ‘genocide’

Zoom Paid $0 in Federal Income Taxes on 4,000% Profit Increase

Hydropower projects are wreaking havoc in the Himalayas

Russian jets hit gas facilities and civilian areas near Turkish border, witnesses and rebels say

The Interior reverses course on tribal ownership of portion of Missouri river

Chicago suburb's plan to pay Black residents reparations could be a national model

Inside Vogue, where women have the top jobs but men still rule

Nawal El Saadawi, Egyptian author and women’s rights icon, dies

Mexico ambush: 13 state police killed in attack on convoy

“Jim Crow in New Clothes”: Sen. Raphael Warnock Slams GOP Assault on Voting Rights

How a surfing revolution is riding the wave in India

US Secretary of Education cancels $1B of student loan debt

Over 700 Complaints About NYPD Officers Abusing Black Lives Matter Protesters

Monster Storms Can Spell Disaster for Farm Animals

Women are harmed every day by invisible men

Tanzania swears in its first female president

Refugee father charged with son’s death on journey to Greece

Rebel priests defy Vatican, vow to bless same-sex couples

Syria marks 10 years since uprising began

Louisiana man indicted for attempting to kidnap and murder gay men through Grindr

Tina Turner says goodbye to fans with doc amid PTSD, stroke, cancer

Union-owned bank backs reparations for Black Americans

12 Republicans vote against honoring Capitol police for protecting Congress

Russia recalls US ambassador after Biden threatens sanctions for election-meddling

James Levine, former Met Opera conductor, dies aged 77

Several U.S. states join Texas lawsuit against Google

Facebook's long-awaited content 'supreme court' has arrived. It's a clever sham

Katherine Tai unanimously confirmed as first Asian American US trade representative

Deb Haaland Confirmed As 1st Native American Interior Secretary

Japan rules government's same-sex marriage ban is 'unconstitutional'

EU proposes Covid-19 'Green Certificates' to allow travel across the bloc

Atlanta shootings: Asian women among eight killed at three US spas

Kenyan court upholds ban on female genital mutilation

US filmmaker Spike Lee to head jury at Cannes Film Festival

French theatre occupations spread as culture workers protest closures

Top French court to decide if sexual assault by firemen on 13-year-old was rape

Londoners continue to protest against police after murder of Sarah Everard

Dr. Cornel West is leaving Harvard

12m US students lack internet a year into pandemic

The New "Charity" Scam

Miami police arrest 100 people at weekend spring break gatherings

Fish Laundering: The Global Billion Dollar Seafood Fraud

Gunmen kidnap young students in Nigeria’s northwest Kaduna

Carl Hiaasen ends Miami Herald career with warning for journalism's future

Black Farmers Hail $5B in New COVID Relief Law to Redress Generations of Racism

Germany, France and Italy suspend AstraZeneca vaccinations

Warren, Sanders join Newsom to fight 'extremist' GOP recall

Remembering Richard Driehaus: A vibrant, world-changing force

The murder of Sarah Everard and the shadow pandemic

What Happened to Pickup Trucks?

London police face backlash after dragging mourners from vigil for murdered woman

Oil and Gas Firms Are Saddling States with Billions in Cleanup Costs

Netherlands halts use of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

At least 39 reported killed in Myanmar as Chinese factories burn

Lesbians in Prison: The Making of a Threat

Cuomo 'vaccine czar' called local officials to gauge loyalty

The Senate is broken'

London police chief won’t resign over handling of vigil

London police chief won’t resign over handling of vigil

Cesar Awards: French actress strips nude in protest over cinema closures

At least 12 killed in protests in Myanmar

When Eartha Kitt Condemned Poverty and War at the White House

Sri Lanka to ban burqa, shut more than 1,000 Islamic schools

French film industry slams Covid-19 shutdown of cinemas at César Awards

Joe Stiglitz on the “Transformational” $1.9T American Rescue Plan

Charlie Hebdo depicts Meghan Markle as George Floyd

Thousands attend Sarah Everard vigil in London despite ban

World number one golfer Johnson says no to Olympics over travel issues

Jeanine Áñez: Bolivia's ex-president faces arrest warrant for terrorism and sedition

Nebraska Governor Claims Legalizing Medical Cannabis Will “Kill Your Kids”

Sarah Everard: Met police face probe over suspected officer

Breonna Taylor Was Slain One Year Ago Today. The Tragic Police Raids Continue.

Minneapolis to pay record $27 million to settle lawsuit with George Floyd's family

UK policeman in elite unit charged with murder of woman

Employee says Eli Lilly blocked her efforts to sound alarms about U.S. drug factory

China committing genocide against Uighurs, says report

Greece: Police caught beating man over COVID lockdown violation

Biden administration gives major push to giant offshore wind farm

One in three women endure violence worldwide

Society of Editors' claim that UK media not racist labelled 'laughable'

Dozens drown as two boats sink off Tunisia's coast

Is WandaVision ... Pentagon propaganda?

Students sue New York City school system over segregation and racism

Harry and Meghan speak out about royal family split in interview

Two-thirds of tropical rainforest destroyed or degraded globally

15 Remarkable Women Who Powered The Civil Rights Movement

Activists Admit to 1971 FBI Burglary That Exposed COINTELPRO

It will be a "national emergency" if China allowed to dominate AI sector

George Floyd murder trial delayed over possible new charge