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Hong Kong Leader Delays Unpopular Extradition Bill Following Mass Protests
By Elaine Kurtenbach and Christopher Bodeen, AP
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said she was suspending the bill indefinitely.
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Ecuador Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage In Landmark Week For LGBTQ Rights
By Oscar Lopez, Reuters
The Latin American nation joined Botswana and Bhutan in securing a victory for LGBTQ equality.
2 Oil Tankers Attacked, Sparking Oil Supply Fears
By Lisa Barrington and Rania El Gamal, Reuters
The attacks were the second in a month near the Strait of Hormuz, a major strategic waterway for world oil supplies.
Team USA Dominate At World Cup
The U.S. Women’s soccer team hammered Thailand with a record-breaking 13 - 0, once again raising the issue of pay inequality with their male counterparts.
Hong Kong Extradition Law: Why Are So Many People Protesting?
Thousands protest as police use force to disperse crowds outside the government's headquarters.
Trump Says He Wouldn’t Have Let CIA Recruit Kim Jong Un's Relatives As Informants
It's the latest example of the president siding with foreign adversaries over his own intelligence agencies.
Police Turn Violent In Massive Protests In Hong Kong Over Controversial Extradition Bill
By Christopher Bodeen, AP
The afternoon violence marked a major escalation in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory’s biggest political crisis in years.
U.S. Demolishes Thailand In Historic, Near-Perfect 2019 Women's World Cup Opener
USA 13, Thailand 0 – a record margin of victory at the Women’s World Cup
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Joe Biden Attacks Trump In Swing State Speech, Calls Him An 'Existential Threat'
The 2020 Democratic candidate delivered a searing critique in Iowa, where Trump is scheduled to appear at a separate event.
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Trump Falsely Claims He Has Wiped Out 150% Of China's Economy
He gloated China's economy has lost up to $20 trillion in value since his election. If true, that would have wiped China off the economic map.
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Supreme Court Declines To Take Up Guantanamo Bay Detainee Appeal
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
Yemeni-born Moath Hamza Ahmed al Alwi has been held at the naval base without charge since 2001.
Hong Kong To Push Ahead With Extradition Bill That Sparked Huge Protest
Hundreds of thousands marched Sunday to protest amendments that would allow Hong Kong to send people to mainland China to face charges.
Thousands Of Protesters Take To Hong Kong Streets Against Extradition Law
By Christopher Bodeen, AP
Protesters oppose the government-backed legislation that would allow people to be extradited to mainland China to face charges.
Trump Touts New Farm Trade Pact In Deal With Mexico That Doesn't Seem To Exist
There's no mention of it in State Department declaration, and Mexican officials told Bloomberg News they were not aware of it.
Hong Kong Court Favors Gay Couple In Landmark Victory For LGBTQ Rights
By Rina Chandran, Reuters
Leung Chun Kwong originally went to court after the Civil Service Bureau refused to grant benefits to his husband, Scott Adams.
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Rex Tillerson Concerned That China Will Wait For New President To Make A Trade Deal
“Mutual respect, win-win solutions. These are things they want to hear, and they’re not hearing those,” the former secretary of state said at Houston conference.
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Pete Rose Says He Gave Joe DiMaggio A Shower, Then Praises His Penis
The two were visiting U.S. troops during the Vietnam War when the Yankee Clipper needed help from the all-time hit king to bathe.
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Californian Freaks Out Neighbors By Putting Giant Swastika On Front Yard
Steve Johnson claims it's not a Nazi sign, it's a Tibetan symbol.
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Trans Rights Activist Empowers India's LGBTQ Community
Sintu Bagui's journey from the factory floor to a seat on the court.
China Warns Tourists Against U.S. Travel Amid 'Shootings, Robberies and Thefts'
The alert comes as trade war tensions have risen between the two nations.
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China Calls Pompeo's Criticism Of Tiananmen Square Massacre 'Serious Violation' Of Law
A Chinese Embassy statement said "bullies" will "end up in the ash heap of history."
North Korean Official Reportedly Purged Seen Back In Public Alongside Kim Jong Un
A South Korean newspaper reported last week that several North Korean officials were punished for a failed summit between Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump.
'Godzilla: King Of The Monsters' Stomps On The Competition At The Box Office
By Rebecca Rubin, Reuters/Variety
The film follows the eponymous monster as he faces off against his nemesis, King Ghidorah, and other ancient creatures.
Chances Of Survival ‘Bleak’ For 8 Climbers Missing In Indian Himalayas: Officials
Indian officials said an aerial search for the climbers, including two Americans, was unsuccessful on Sunday.
As 30th Anniversary Of Tiananmen Protests Looms, China Says Crackdown Was Justified
The country's defense minister said on Sunday that the government's bloody crackdown on protesters in 1989 had been the "correct" decision.
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Trump's Threatened Mexican Tariffs A 'Molotov Cocktail,' Warns Manufacturers Group
Pain caused by the trade war Trump started with China already is landing hardest on his voters.
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