Audra McDonald turns 40: a look back
1 day agoWorld News - China appoints tough-talking party official to oversee security law - July 3 (UPI) -- Chinese government officials confirmed Friday that they have appointed hardline party official Zheng Yanxiong to lead its new security agency and implement a far-reaching national security law.
11 hours agoWorld News -- Duterte signs antiterrorism bill despite criticism from human rights activists -- Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte signed an antiterrorism bill Friday that critics say could allow greater suppression of criticism of the government and human rights abuses.
11 hours agoWorld News -- 20 Sikh pilgrims dead, 5 injured after train hits bus in Pakistan -- At least 20 people were killed and five people were hurt in Pakistan Friday after a bus carrying Sikh pilgrims collided with a train.
12 hours agoWorld News -- Turkish fireworks factory explosion: At least 4 dead, dozens injured -- At least four people were killed and more than 90 injured Friday in an explosion at a Turkish fireworks factory, and the hunt continued for dozens of people feared to be trapped in rubble, authorities said.
13 hours agoU.S. News -- U.S. seeks seizure of 4 Iranian tankers shipping gas to Venezuela -- As the United States continues to increase pressure on two adversarial nations, a U.S. judge issued a warrant for the seizure of more than 1 million barrels of gasoline being shipped by four Iranian tankers to Venezuela.
14 hours agoWorld News -- On This Day: Sarah Palin announces resignation -- On July 3, 2009, Sarah Palin announced she was resigning as governor of Alaska with 17 months to go in her term.
16 hours agoU.S. News -- UPI News Quiz: COVID-19 drugs, Cam Newton, PPE, 'The Crown' -- COVID-19 drugs, Cam Newton, PPE, 'The Crown' -- how well did you follow the headlines this week? Test your knowledge with the UPI News Quiz for July 3, 2020.
17 hours agoU.S. News -- Senate passes bill to punish China over Hong Kong national security law -- The Republican-controlled Senate on Thursday unanimously passed bipartisan legislation to punish China for imposing a new sweeping national security law on Hong Kong, sending the bill to President Donald Trump's desk.
17 hours agoWorld News -- Russians vote to allow Putin to rule until 2036 -- Russians overwhelmingly voted to pass constitutional amendments that could allow President Vladimir Putin to remain in power until 2036, according to preliminary results released Thursday.
1 day agoU.S. News -- CBP officers seize 13-tons of human hair products imported from China -- U.S. Customs and Border Patrol seized a 13-ton shipment of products made from human hair under potential prison labor from China's Xinjiang region.
1 day agoWorld News -- British court denies Venezuelan President Maduro access to gold -- A British court denied the Venezuelan Central Bank access to $1.8 billion worth of gold in the Bank of England, stating that Britain does not recognize Nicolas Maduro as the country's leader.
1 day agoWorld News -- 'Serous differences' stall trade talks between Britain, EU -- Post-Brexit trade talks between Britain and the European Union broke down on Thursday after what one negotiator said was a lack of engagement and respect.
1 day agoWorld News -- Experts investigate incident at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility -- Experts are investigating an incident at Iran's Natanz nuclear complex, Atomic Energy Organization of Iran spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said Thursday.
1 day agoWorld News -- Chinese boats sail near Japan-claimed islands for 80th consecutive day -- Chinese Coast Guard boats have been navigating waters near disputed islands in the East China Sea as tensions rise between Beijing and Tokyo over the Senkaku or Diaoyutai Islands.
1 day agoWorld News -- Korean convenience stores tap technology to fight COVID-19 -- South Korean convenience stores, including 7-Eleven, are going contact-less and tapping into solar power to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
1 day agoWorld News -- Japanese firm to pay damages for harassment of ethnic Korean employee -- A Japanese real estate company has been ordered to pay about $10,000 in damages for harassing an ethnic Korean employee.
1 day agoWorld News -- China, North Korea, Russia test out new freight rail line -- A freight rail line connecting North Korea, China and Russia has begun trial runs, according to a Chinese state-owned enterprise.
1 day agoWoman charged with tampering in death of Vanessa Guillen on Fort Hood base
20 hours agoWife and husband charged after pulling gun in Michigan Chipotle parking lot
14 hours agoTrump, first lady head to Mount Rushmore for fireworks display
19 hours agoOhio priest indicted on federal child pornography, exploitation charges
11 hours agoU.S. confirmed COVID-19 cases climb to record highs as 4th of July weekend begins
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