Belarusian police have used stun grenades to disperse protesters heading to President Alexander Lukashenko's residence in central Minsk, after thousands of anti-government demonstrators peacefully marched through the streets. Read Full Article at RT.com
Author of «Unequal Democracy» on the elite «folk theories» of politics — and how Trump has exposed them as false
Pope Francis has announced 13 new cardinals, the most notable of which is Washington DC Archbishop Wilton Gregory, the first black American prelate to earn the honor. Read Full Article at RT.com
Six-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton claimed victory at the Portuguese Grand Prix in Portimao to seal his 92nd Grand Prix victory and move clear of Michael Schumacher in the sport's all-time wins list. Read Full Article at RT.com
Well, we seem to be getting closer to the national realization that this thing that calls itself «QAnon» is, at heart, just another partisan iteration of the same far-right conspiracy theories that have plagued conservatives since forever ago. The New York Times has another look at the growth of «Q» nonsense in the Republican mainstream, and while it doesn't contain anything new, it does more forcibly connect the batshit conspiracy theorizing of gullible, gullible supporters to the cowardice—and complicity—of Republican leaders.
They're fun to receive, share and compare. But do the simple stickers actually make a difference in voter turnout?
Sebi did not possess copy of April 23 resolution on winding up passed by FT Trustees board of directors, did not respond to e-mail of April 14 sent by AMC, court observes
Russia's largest gold miner Polyus said it is working on securing 100 percent ownership of the Sukhoi Log gold deposit in Siberia, which has estimated reserves of 540 million tons of ore, containing 40 million troy ounces of gold. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Covid-19 pandemic may inflict deeper economic pain for countries of the Middle East and Central Asia than previous recessions, the International Monetary Fund has warned. Read Full Article at RT.com
A stake sale in LIC is crucial for meeting a record Rs 2.1 lakh crore disinvestment target set for the current fiscal ending March 31, 2021
Smart ovens for your countertop are a thing now, and there are several good options. From remote cooking to food recognition, there's a whole new world of cooking out there.
Scientists are equipping the endangered wolverine with accelerometers to track them in the wild.
Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange. Data shows that India’s venture capital scene has grown sharply in recent years. Let's dig in.
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Lee Kun-hee, the long-time chairman of Samsung Group who transformed the conglomerate into one of the world’s largest business empires, died today at the age of 78, according to reports from South Korean leading news agency Yonhap. The story of Samsung is deeply intertwined with the history of its home country, which is sometimes dubbed […]
CHICAGO (AP) - On a recruiting trip to India’s tech hub of Bangalore, Alan Cramb, the president of a reputable Chicago university, answered questions not just about dorms or tuition but also American work visas. The session with parents fell in the chaotic first months of Donald Trump’s presidency. ...
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Yellowstone National Park may be well-known for its role in rebuilding populations of large mammals like grizzly bears, wolves and bison, yet trumpeter swans have a similar story of dogged recovery that is not as well known. “They were reduced to only a few individuals and ...
MILWAUKEE (AP) - In mid-July, Rodney Ferguson, CEO and general manager of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, was faced with the unenviable task of informing 1,600 employees that he didn’t have work for them anymore. “It was extremely difficult because it’s a family here,” Ferguson said. “It hits close to ...
OTHO, Iowa (AP) - Racing isn’t just a hobby for Marty Pringle. It’s not just a sport. It’s a lifestyle. It’s in his blood. Pringle, who lives in Otho and runs the Iowa Hall of Fame and Racing Museum, has been around racing his entire life. His father, Jim Pringle, ...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - In the heart of Barelas - on the corner of Fourth Street and Avenida César Chávez - sits the National Hispanic Cultural Center. The 20-plus-acre campus draws attention with its design inspired by Spanish, Aztec, Mayan, New Mexico colonial and modernist architecture. It is home to ...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will close its popular “Dinosphere” for more than a year to freshen it up with new fossil finds and a walk-through aquarium featuring reproductions of ancient sea creatures. The exhibit will be closed from February 2021 until March 2022 as part of ...
Terry Bradshaw analyzes the Tennessee Titans' match-up against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He identifies the Titans' third down defense as the team's main area of weakness and says that they have no answer for Ben Roethlisberger and Chase Claypool. The FOX NFL Sunday crew reacts and discusses.
Jay Glazer discusses teams breaking NFL protocol. Both the Las Vegas Raiders & the New York Giants face large fines due to issues around Covid.
The Fox NFL Kickoff crew talks of the Dallas Cowboys struggles and the inevitable need for a rebuild.
The FOX NFL Kickoff crew discuss what is going on with the New Orleans Saints ahead of their game against the Carolina Panthers. Tony Gonzalez thinks there's more to the Michael Thomas story than the team is letting on. Michael Vick thinks Teddy Bridgewater is due for a big day as he faces his former team.
Binder and Pramac Ducati rider Miller were coming through from the fifth row of the grid in Sunday’s Aragon race when the former clattered into the rear of the Australian. Both were taken down in the incident, but escaped uninjured. The incident was put under investigation, with the FIM MotoGP Stewards Panel issuing a long lap penalty to Binder to be served during the European ...Keep reading
Bottas managed to take the lead in the early part of the race after overtaking the fast-starting McLaren's Carlos Sainz, and retained his advantage until lap 20, when teammate Lewis Hamilton moved ahead.Bottas trailed Hamilton by around nine seconds shortly before Mercedes moved to pit both of its drivers, fitting Hamilton with the hard compound tyre at the end of lap 40.After being ...Keep reading