The Florida state representative who sponsored legislation opponents dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill resigned Thursday, a day after he was accused of
The former Minneapolis police officer who kneeled on George Floyd’s back while another officer kneeled on the Black man’s neck is expected to be sentenced Friday to 3 1/2 years in prison for manslaughter. J. Alexander Kueng pleaded guilty in October to a state count of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. Floyd died on May 25, 2020, after former Officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on Floyd's neck for 9 1/2 minutes as Floyd repeatedly said he couldn't breathe and eventually went limp.
The hugely popular Lensa AI app creates portraits based on image prompts, but users say it sexualizes them unnecessarily
Film by her daughter, Alexandra Pelosi, captures how Nancy Pelosi fought to preserve democracy in the dramatic hours of the Capitol attack
This year has been an “annus horribilis” for Aim-quoted companies. The FTSE Aim All-Share index has slumped by 31pc so far this year and has underperformed the FTSE 350 by 27 percentage points.
Forget the gym - just three to four one-minute bursts of vigorous activity daily, such as running for a bus or carrying heavy shopping, cuts the risk of an early death as much as regular exercise, a study has suggested.
Lebanon has been without a president for over a month, its legislators unable to agree on a new head of state. The impasse is holding up a range of initiatives, from putting into place structural reforms for an International Monetary Fund program to allowing the country’s state-owned television channel to broadcast the World Cup. Here is a look at the latest episode of political paralysis in the crisis-hit country.
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty/Amazon StudiosZoey Deutch has only starred in one proper romantic comedy—unless you count the fleeting romance at the end of Richard Linklater’s Everybody Wants Some!!—which is, undoubtedly, a complete oversight by the film industry. Back in 2018 (scarily, half a decade ago), the bubbly actress appeared in Set It Up, a buoyant enemies-to-lovers story from Netflix that frequently appears on best of rom-com lists. But after that, nothing.
E-commerce giant says the feature will initially roll out in December for select customers in the US
The upcoming tool will also explain the reason why you've been shadowbanned and will give you instructions on how to submit an appeal.
The FedEx driver accused of killing a 7-year-old girl in Texas allegedly told investigators she had been fine after he hit her with his truck, but panicked.
Lawsuit claims company laid off 57 per cent of its female staff, compared to 47 per cent of men
China on Friday announced the first delivery of its new domestically produced passenger jet, with the aircraft expected to make its commercial debut early next year.
Britain will work to develop next-generation fighter jets with Italy and Japan, Rishi Sunak has announced.
Fox NewsFox News host Laura Ingraham reacted to the latest batch of “Twitter files” that were released Thursday by claiming that “shadow banning,” a conservative complaint dating back to the Trump administration, ultimately “led to death.”Ingraham discussed the new batch – which came six days after the overhyped first one – with Stanford School of Medicine Professor Jay Bhattacharya, who was the subject of one tweet in a thread by Bari Weiss about what she dubbed the social media company’s “secr
Beer bottles and broken plastic chairs litter the fairways of a derelict golf course on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali, where laid-off workers lament the unfulfilled promises of a Donald Trump "dream project".
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Comedian Gabriel Iglesias spent a pretty penny to throw his dog Risa the most lavish birthday party.
Sara Milena is barely 20 days old. Originally from the Andean province of Cotopaxi, the family has lived in the capital for several years and only from time to time manages to buy chicken meat. Erwin Ronquillo, secretary of the government program Ecuador Grows Without Malnutrition, said child malnutrition is chronic among Ecuador's 18 million inhabitants.
Peru's first female president is pushing to cement her hold on power, saying she expects to complete the term of her ousted predecessor and buck the trend of presidential failures blighting the Andean nation. Boluarte, who was elevated from vice president to replace leftist Pedro Castillo as the country's leader Wednesday after he angered many by trying to dissolve the legislature before an impeachment vote, said she should be allowed to hold the office for the remaining 3 1/2 years of his term. “The constitution is the magna carta that all Peruvians must obey," and it calls for the presidential term to run until July 28, 2026, she said at her first news conference, held a day after Castillo was voted out of office and arrested on charges of rebellion just 17 months into his term.