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LAPD to stop requesting civilians’ social security numbers after backlash. Department says it will remove social security numbers from ‘field interview cards’, which Guardian investigated in recent report
New Zealand Cricket officials on Saturday threw a veil of secrecy over the security threat that forced the abrupt cancellation of their Pakistan tour.
A cast of famous faces will take to the dancefloor for the first time.
Australia is noting with regret France’s recall of its ambassador over the surprise cancellation of a submarine contract in favor of a U.S. deal
The Pentagon has retreated from its defence of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month, announcing an internal review revealed that only civilians were killed in the attack, not an Islamic State extremist as first believed. “The strike was a tragic mistake,” Marine Gen Frank McKenzie, head of US Central Command, told a Pentagon news conference. For days after the August 29 strike, Pentagon officials asserted that it had been conducted correctly, despite numerous civilians being killed, including children. News organisations later raised doubts about that version of events, reporting that the driver of the targeted vehicle was a long-time employee at an American humanitarian organisation and citing an absence of evidence to support the Pentagon’s assertion the vehicle contained explosives.
Ryan Fischer was shot when two of Lady Gaga’s dogs were snatched in Hollywood.
Trump supporters planning protest for people imprisoned for actions during 6 January riot
A top doctor is urging unvaccinated students to get their COVID-19 jabs during freshers week, to protect themselves and their new peers against the virus. Professor Stephen Powis, national medical director for NHS England said: "Starting university is a really exciting time and getting your COVID vaccine means you will be armed with maximum protection against the virus." In England, everyone over the age of 18 has been able to book their vaccine since 18 June.
A judge formally approved a plan Friday to turn OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma into a new company no longer owned by members of the Sackler family and with its profits going to fight the opioid epidemic
About 500 Haitians headed toward the U.S. border have been ordered off buses by Mexican immigration authorities
Federal officials say they will investigate a fiery Tesla crash that left two people dead in South Florida
The International Song for Kindness competition was launched on October 9 last year on what would have been the ex-Beatle’s 80th birthday.
‘Living in terror’: Afghans left behind by New Zealand struggling to survive. Hundreds who worked for New Zealand military remain stranded in Afghanistan, destitute and fearing Taliban reprisals
The Emmys honoring the best in television return Sunday for the first in-person ceremony since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Many of the nation’s front pages hail the easing of travel rules.
New York multi-millionaire and property heir Robert Durst has been convicted of his best friend's murder in a case that has fascinated America for years following an infamous TV documentary. A jury in Los Angeles reached the guilty verdict after a total of just seven hours of deliberation over three days. During the trial, prosecutors told the court that he had killed Ms Berman to prevent her telling police what she knew about the disappearance and suspected killing of his wife, Kathleen McCormack Durst, in New York in 1982.
California Republicans didn't draw the huge turnout they needed in this week’s recall election to remove Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom
Coalition proposes to scrap recovery plans for 200 endangered species and habitats. Environment groups decry protection ‘downgrade’ that would affect Tasmanian devil, whale shark and Kangaroo Island glossy-black cockatoo
France's drastic decision to recall its ambassadors to the United States and Australia marks one of the gravest rifts among allies in living memory. The extraordinary diplomatic rebuke follows a decision by Canberra to ditch a French submarine contract for a new nuclear submarine partnership with Washington and London. The French move dashes hopes on the UK, US and Australian side that normal relations with Paris would resume once French "disappointment" at losing out on the multi-billion pound submarine deal faded.
The global dominance of tech giants serves as a convenient online chokepoint for authoritarian governments to crack down on dissent or rig elections, critics of Apple and Google said Friday.