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  • Mexico Apr 3, 2017

    They’re Back! Brady’s Stolen Super Bowl Jerseys Returned

    Tom Brady’s jerseys are back in his care after they were stolen in the revelry following the New England Patriots’ last two Super Bowl wins.

  • United States Nov 6, 2019

    US: Saudis Recruited Twitter Workers to Spy on Critics

    The Saudi government, frustrated by growing criticism of its leaders and policies on social media, recruited two Twitter employees to gather confidential personal information on thousands of accounts that included prominent opponents, prosecutors alleged Wednesday. The complaint unsealed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco detailed a coordinated effort by Saudi government officials to recruit employees at the social media...

  • Associated Press Nov 4, 2019

    India’s Capital Restricts Cars as People Choke in Dirty Air

    New Delhi restricted many private vehicles from the roads Monday to try to lessen pollution as people gasped and their eyes burned in toxic smog that exacerbated a public health crisis. The “odd-even” scheme will restrict private vehicles with odd-number license plates to driving on odd dates while even-numbered plates are allowed on even-numbered dates. It was begun days after...

  • CEO Nov 3, 2019

    Saudi Arabia Formally Starts IPO of State-Run Oil Firm Aramco

    Saudi Arabia formally began an initial public offering Sunday of a sliver of oil giant Saudi Aramco after years of delay, hoping international and local investors will pay billions of dollars for a stake in the kingdom’s crown jewels. An approval by Saudi Arabia’s Capital Market Authority served as the starting gun for an IPO promised by Crown Prince Mohammed...

  • CEO Nov 3, 2019

    Saudi Arabia Formally Starts IPO of State-Run Oil Firm Aramco

    Saudi Arabia formally began an initial public offering Sunday of a sliver of oil giant Saudi Aramco after years of delay, hoping international and local investors will pay billions of dollars for a stake in the kingdom’s crown jewels. An approval by Saudi Arabia’s Capital Market Authority served as the starting gun for an IPO promised by Crown Prince Mohammed...

  • PRESIDENT Nov 2, 2019

    Chile Backs Away From Tax Breaks on the Rich Amid Protests

    Chile’s government said on Friday that it is backing away from a plan to cut corporate taxes following two weeks of protests fed by anger of inequality. Tens of thousands were demonstrating again Friday in the capital, continuing protests that have shaken the country and forced the cancellation of two major international summits that had been scheduled for Santiago. Small...

  • Reporter Oct 25, 2019

    In Apple TV’s ‘Morning Show,’ Women Rebel, Men Misbehave

    “The Morning Show” started life as a behind-the-scenes peek at a slice of network TV as familiar and routine as a wake-up cup of coffee. Then shocking revelations of sexual misconduct engulfed NBC’s “Today” and beyond, and the story changed. The 10-part drama series, part of the first wave of shows launching the Apple TV Plus streaming service Nov. 1,...

  • New York Oct 26, 2019

    Prince’s Anticipated, Posthumous Memoir Is Ready For Fans

    Panic, joy, shock: Dan Piepenbring felt them all when Prince plucked him to collaborate on his first memoir, followed by more shock and profound sadness at news of the superstar’s death while the book was in its early stages. Though the project was thrown into chaos when Prince died on April 21, 2016, of an accidental drug overdose, his estate...

  • New York Oct 22, 2019

    Anonymous Trump Official Writing ‘Unprecedented’ Inside Take

    The Trump administration official who wrote an anonymous essay about resistance from the inside has a book deal. The book, titled “A Warning”, will come out Nov. 19, The Hachette Book Group imprint Twelve announced Tuesday. It will likely set off the biggest Washington guessing game since “Primary Colors,” the fictionalized take on Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign that turned...

  • Instagram Oct 16, 2019

    NYC Woman Pays Off $102K In Student Loans, Celebrates With Funeral

    Many people with student loan debt feel buried. But one New York City woman decided to bury her loans instead. Mandy Velez, a journalist from the Daily Beast took to Instagram to celebrate the death of her student loans after 6 years earlier this year

  • Donald Trump Oct 15, 2019

    Russia Moves to Fill Void Left by US in Northern Syria

    Russia moved to fill the void left by the United States in northern Syria on Tuesday, deploying troops to keep apart advancing Syrian government forces and Turkish troops. At the same time, tensions grew within NATO as Turkey defied growing condemnation of its invasion from its Western allies. Now in its seventh day, Turkey’s offensive against Kurdish fighters has caused...

  • attorney Oct 9, 2019

    DIA Employee Leaked Secret Information to Journalist Girlfriend, DOJ Says

    A Defense Intelligence Agency employee from Alexandria, Virginia, was arrested Wednesday after federal prosecutors say he leaked classified information to his journalist girlfriend and a second journalist.

  • texas Oct 5, 2019

    National Geographic Journalist Shot Reporting in Mexico

    A journalist with National Geographic has been shot in the leg while interviewing a purported drug dealer in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a city just south of El Paso, Texas.

  • JUDGE Oct 3, 2019

    US House Panel Taps Defunct Startup for Facebook Files

    A U.S. congressional committee has requested a trove of internal Facebook documents that the company’s critics say will demonstrate how the social media giant unfairly leveraged its market dominance to crush or absorb competitors. The request by the House Judiciary Committee comes amid a flurry of new antitrust investigations of technology giants, including ones by the Federal Trade Commission and...

  • NBC News Oct 3, 2019

    Bob Woodward Booed During ‘Uncomfortable’ Event With #MeToo Reporters

    A discussion Wednesday evening between journalist Bob Woodward and the two New York Times reporters who uncovered the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal turned “incredibly uncomfortable” when Woodward repeatedly interrupted them and questioned whether their sources were credible, audience members said. Read More

  • New York Sep 30, 2019

    Turkey Vows to Keep Investigating Jamal Khashoggi’s Killing

    Days ahead of the anniversary of the grisly slaying of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday that his country will press ahead with efforts to shed light on the killing. In a Washington Post op-ed, Erdogan described the journalist’s killing by a Saudi hit squad as “arguably the most influential and controversial incident of the...

  • New York Sep 29, 2019

    Saudi Crown Prince Takes ‘Full Responsibility’ for Khashoggi Killing, Denies He Ordered It

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in a television interview that he takes “full responsibility” for the grisly killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but he denied allegations that he ordered it. “This was a heinous crime,” Prince Mohammed, 34, told “60 Minutes” in an interview that aired Sunday. “But I take full responsibility as a leader in Saudi...

  • Israel Sep 29, 2019

    UK’s Johnson Denies Any Wrongdoing in Ties With US Tech Exec

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson denied wrongdoing Sunday over his links to an American businesswoman who allegedly received money and favorable treatment because of their friendship during his time as mayor of London. Asked during a BBC interview about his ties to tech entrepreneur and model Jennifer Arcuri, Johnson sought to suggest that political motivations were behind the decision Friday...

  • Eric Hinton Sep 17, 2019

    Cokie Roberts, Longtime Political Journalist, Dies at 75

    Cokie Roberts, the daughter of politicians who grew up to cover the family business in Washington for ABC News and NPR over several decades, died Tuesday in Washington of complications from breast cancer. ABC broke into network programming to announce her death and pay tribute.

  • guard Sep 15, 2019

    Tunisia Seeks New Leader to Boost Economy, Fight Terror

    Tunisians are casting ballots in their North African country’s second democratic presidential election, choosing among 26 candidates for a leader who can safeguard its young democracy and tackle its unemployment, corruption and economic despair. The voting followed a noisy but brief campaign — 12 days — marked by backbiting and charges of corruption among the contenders. All vowed to boost...

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