TikTok is to pull its app from Hong Kong app stores as social media companies react to the sweeping new national security laws imposed on the city by Beijing.
The US House of Representatives on Wednesday joined the Senate in approving a bill to rebuke China over its crackdown in Hong Kong by imposing sanctions on groups that undermine the city’s autonomy or restrict its
Donald Trump visited one of his own private golf courses in Virginia on Saturday as America continued to see the fallout from a rapid surge in coronavirus cases. The trip came a day after the US president said he would stay in Washington DC to “make sure law and order is enforced&r
The US attorney general, William Barr, said on Saturday Donald Trump had fired Geoffrey Berman, the US attorney for the southern district of New York who has overseen investigations and prosecutions of key Trump allies including Rudy Giuliani and Michael Cohen.
George Floyd’s life was celebrated at his funeral on Tuesday, with eulogies that honored him as a father, brother, athlete, and mentor whose death sparked a global reckoning over police brutality and racial prejudice. Crowds descended on a churc
An emergency room doctor fired after speaking out about the lack of coronavirus safety protections at his workplace in Washington state is suing the hospital for wrongful termination.
More than 30,000 pubs, bars and restaurants may remain permanently closed because the coronavirus shutdown has sent a wrecking ball through the UK’s hospitality trade. The grim prediction follows a week in which the Casual Dining Group, which ow
It’s rare for a country’s leader to just casually drop into a cafe for a snack. Rarer still for them to be turned away. But that is exactly what happened on Saturday when the New Zealand prime minister,
Ramadan is a quiet affair in Yemen this year. “People are very afraid,” said Ahmed, an aid worker in the Houthi rebel-controlled capital, Sana’a, who asked for his last name to be withheld. “There&rsq