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Donald Trump: the wrecking ball who came to ‘fix’ America

More than 225,000 have died from the coronavirus, while lockdowns have left millions in economic dire straits. Racial wounds, bared during a summer of protests, fester, while Republicans and Democrats in Washington bicker and backstab.

Satellite test was not a weapon, says Russia

"Tests carried out [on July 15] did not create a threat for other spacecraft," the ministry said, adding that it had not violated international law, the BBC reported.

How Google resources powered a virtual choir with 17,572 singers

A virtual choir, on the other hand, allows the participants to sing from the comfort of their own home -- ideal amid the pandemic when some singers have faced accusations of being superspreaders.

Hong Kong protesters defy rally ban after crackdown

Police banned a planned demonstration on security grounds after last weekend saw some of the most violent clashes in three months of political turmoil but nevertheless warned residents to expect "severe disruption".

Pentagon to review $10 bn contract that Amazon seeks

The announcement of the review came just weeks before the winner of the contract was expected to be declared, according to a report in National Public Radio

Kremlin rejects charges Russia targeted black US voters

Moscow: The Kremlin on Tuesday rejected Washington's accusations that Russia tried to disrupt the 2016 presidential vote and sought to demoralise African-Americans, calling the...

Taking a musical note on ‘consent’

Legal aid counsellor Sukhnidh Kaur posted a melody on Instagram describing what constitutes a 'yes' and netizens can’t get over it

Jeffrey Tambor quits ‘Transparent’ after sexual harassment allegations

"I've already made clear my deep regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being aggressive, but the idea that I would deliberately harass anyone is simply and utterly untrue," Tambor said.

Dutch bank cancels conference invite to Spacey after accusations

Spacey found himself in the spotlight when Anthony Rapp accused the star of making a "sexual advance" when he was 14 and Spacey was 26.

Amazon suspends entertainment chief amid sexual harassment accusations

Hackett, 50, told the Hollywood Reporter she raised Price's behavior with studio executives who launched an investigation -- but she was never informed of the outcome.

Uber weighs leave of absence for CEO

On Sunday, Uber directors weighed on a three-month leave of absence for Travis Kalanick, the 40-year-old CEO who founded the start-up and have turned it into a nearly $70 billion entity, reports The News York Times.

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