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Hundreds of young artists protest on a sidewalk outside the white mansion housing Cuba’s Ministry of Culture in Havana’s once aristocratic Vedado neighborhood. Famous musicians long aligned with the communist government poke a finger at the revolution with a song that mocks a slogan penned by Fidel Castro. Rights activists march through the streets demanding greater protections for animals.
Federal investigators and cybersecurity experts say that Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service is probably responsible for the attack.
‘A bottle of water knocked you out? Hahahaha’
‘We see what Russia is doing to undermine our democracies’, foreign minister says
Sanctions follow allegations of election interference and a hacking campaign
Big business has ratcheted up its objections to proposals that would make it harder to vote, with several hundred companies and executives signing a new statement opposing “any discriminatory legislation." The letter, published Wednesday in The New York Times and The Washington Post, was signed by companies including Amazon, Google, Starbucks and Bank of America, and individuals such as Warren Buffett and Michael Bloomberg, plus law firms and nonprofit groups. “We all should feel a responsibility to defend the right to vote and oppose any discriminatory legislation or measures that restrict or prevent any eligible voter from having an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot."
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Wright’s death led some people to question why the white police officer, who has since resigned from her job, was not charged with murder.
Charli Collier - who went to the Dallas Wings with the No. 1 overall pick - spoke with fellow Texas Longhorns alum Kevin Durant before the WNBA Draft.
‘An attorney who works in this office failed to fully inform himself before speaking in court’
Unveiling of outfits for Team USA and Canada attract controversy — for different reasons
Pfizer is 95 per cent effective in preventing Covid-19 disease and Moderna is 94 per cent effective in preventing Covid-19 disease
MTG says a debate ‘would be informative for the American People’ with her degree in business administration and AOC’s degree in economics
'Hannity' host questions Democrats' calls for peace following shooting of 13-year-old Chicago boy
NEW DELHI/BENGALURU (Reuters) -India battled a record surge in COVID-19 cases on Friday as hospitals ran out of oxygen and beds, while politicians held election rallies and hundreds of thousands of Hindu devotees attended a weeks-long festival, infuriating health officials. A massive second wave of infections, second only to the United States in total, forced authorities to restrict movement of people in Mumbai, New Delhi and other cities amid growing calls for faster vaccination rollouts. The United States has reported more than 31 million infections.
Aiming to prevent tensions from ‘escalating out of control’ with Putin, president warns: ‘We cannot allow a foreign power to interfere in our democratic process’
Sivan worked with Flack Studios to transform the space while preserving the essence of its Victorian-era origins Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest
Delta's seat blocking policy ends on May 1. It cost the airline up to $150 million in potential revenue for March alone as more Americans fly.
The Bronx rapper called out Republicans in the wake of Daunte Wright’s death
Dan Price was labelled a socialist by Fox News - but now his company is worth $10 billion. Kate Ng looks at how