Two police officers were shot and wounded in Louisville, Kentucky, during protests over a grand jury ruling decried by civil rights activists as a miscarriage of justice in the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor in March.
How Trump fell out of love with his generals, and why the feeling is mutual
President Donald Trump picked retired generals for some of his most senior national security posts when he took office and boasts of heavy spending on the U.S. military that he asserts is unmatched in history.
Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Biden, Trump about even in Florida, Arizona
The race between Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and President Donald Trump looked like a toss-up among likely voters in Florida and Arizona, according to Reuters/Ipsos opinion polls released on Wednesday.
Tesla’s Nevada lithium plan faces stark obstacles on path to production
Tesla Inc’s plan to produce lithium for electric vehicle batteries close to its Nevada Gigafactory faces stark challenges from the outset, including an onerous permitting process, uncertain access to water and questions about unproven methodologies.
TikTok asks judge to block U.S. from barring app for download
TikTok asked a U.S. judge on Wednesday to block a Trump administration order that would require Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to remove the short video-sharing app for new downloads starting on Sunday.
Australia plans disposal of hundreds of stranded whale carcasses
Australian officials on Thursday began planning the grim task of disposing of almost 400 whale carcasses as hopes faded there would be many more survivors of one of the world’s biggest mass strandings of the mammals.
In conservative Kandahar, new gym creates safe space for Afghan women
In Afghanistan’s southern province of Kandahar, rights activist Maryam Durani has found a fresh outlet for her decades of advocacy – a new fitness centre for women.
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