The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg could spell bad news for Democrats if a legal battle over the results of the presidential election reaches the high court, as it did in 2000.
ByteDance says not aware of $5 billion education fund in TikTok deal
TikTok owner Bytedance said in a social media post on Sunday that it was the first time it had heard in the news it was setting up a $5 billion education fund in the United States.
U.S. judge halts Trump administration’s order to remove WeChat from app stores
A U.S. judge early Sunday blocked the Trump administration from requiring Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to remove Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat for downloads by late Sunday.
U.N. chief says no action on U.N. Iran sanctions due to ‘uncertainty’
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Saturday he cannot take any action on a U.S. declaration that all U.N. sanctions on Iran had been reimposed because “there would appear to be uncertainty” on the issue.
Mass rallies and police data leak in Belarus keep pressure on Lukashenko
More than 100,000 people marched through Minsk on Sunday on the sixth straight weekend of protests against President Alexander Lukashenko, keeping up the pressure on the veteran Belarusian leader to quit.
Firefighters in U.S. northwest aided by weather, as winds drive California blaze
Firefighters in the Pacific Northwest got a helping hand from cooler, damp weather in their battle against an array of deadly wildfires on Saturday, even as uncooperative winds in Southern California spread another landscape-scorching blaze.
Thai protesters challenge monarchy as huge protests escalate
Openly challenging the monarchy of Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn, thousands of protesters marched in Bangkok on Sunday to present demands that include a call for reforms to curb his powers.
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