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Report: Ivanka Trump used personal email for government work

The emails were sent to White House aides, Cabinet members and Ivanka Trump's assistants, many in violation of public records rules, the paper said.

Akbar denies rape allegations, says relationship ‘consensual’

"This relationship gave rise to talk and would later cause strife in my home life as well. This consensual relationship ended, perhaps not on best note," he said.

Jamal Khashoggi died in fight at Istanbul consulate: Saudi Arabia

The statement conceded that Khashoggi died as a result of the altercation after he had come to the consulate to obtain paperwork needed for his upcoming wedding to his Turkish fiancee, Hatice Cengiz.

Documenting the real life of people

Meet Anush Babajanyan, a freelance photojournalist who focuses on social narratives related to women.

US-Saudi relations hit snag over journalist’s disappearance

Much of how the US responds will depend on whether evidence surfaces that proves Saudi Arabia is responsible for Khashoggi's death.

China hackers steal cache of US Navy data: Report

The data was stolen by Chinese hackers by breaching into the computers of a contractor. The name of the contractor was not released by the daily.

Man rips off Muslim girl’s hijab in the US, calls her terrorist

The police is investigating the attack as a hate crime that happened last week in the US state of Virginia.

Curb fake news, not media

Attempts to silence the media under the garb of controlling fake news is a remedy worse than the disease

Man who ‘groped’ Taylor Swift hired as DJ at Mississippi radio station

Taylor Swift sued Mueller for a dollar last year, saying he grabbing her bare backside while posing for photo.

Muslim student’s hijab pulled off by teacher in US

New York: A Muslim girl student has alleged that her hijab was pulled off by a school teacher in the US State of Virginia,...

The New York Times receives 3 Pulitzers

The New York Daily News and ProPublica shared the prize for public service for their joint coverage on the New York Police Department's widespread abuse of a decades-old law to force people from their homes and businesses over alleged illegal activity.

Samsung blames Galaxy Note 7 fires on faulty batteries

Samsung Electronics was forced to discontinue the Galaxy Note 7, originally intended to compete with Apple's iPhone, after a chaotic recall that saw replacement devices also catching fire.

Over two million marched the women-led protests in US

Over two million people staged the women's rights march on the streets of US cities after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

‘ISIS, al-Qaeda hail Trump win; say dark times ahead for US’

Islamic State and al-Qaeda jihadists have 'hailed' Donald Trump's win in presidential polls as the beginning of "dark times" for the US. Jihadist outfits in the Middle East took to social media to cheer the prospect of a Trump presidency.

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