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Biden administration strongly"We genuinely do not know what he's talking about," the White House said.
California man charged withA California man charged with killing a gay University of Pennsylvania student in an alleged hate crime six years ago has taken the stand in his own trial
Putin in North Korea live: KimRussian president and Kim exchange 'pent-up inmost thoughts' on trip expected to deepen trade and security ties Vladimir Putin receives warm welcome in North Korea See all our Ukraine war coverage... Pyongyang has hailed its relations with Moscow as a "strong, strategic fortress" as Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived on a state visit, his first trip to North Korea in almost 25 years. State-run news wire KCNA said the relationship was "an engine for accelerating the building of a new multi-polar world," and demonstrated "invincibility and durability". Putin praised North Korea for "firmly supporting" Moscow's war in Ukraine, in an article published in the Rodong Sinmun, the newspaper of the ruling Workers' party, on Tuesday. "We highly appreciate that [North Korea] is firmly supporting...
Texas megachurch pastor RobertTexas megachurch pastor Robert Morris resigns after woman says he sexually abused her for years starting when she was 12
Ukraine war briefing: 'DroneSouth Korea says 10,000 containers carry suspected North Korean arms for Russia; claim that Russians beheaded captured defender. What we know on day 847 A Ukrainian defence source confirmed a drone... attack was used to blow up oil storage tanks near the town of Azov in Rostov, southern Russia. Agence France-Presse said the defence source described it as a "successful" attack and said it caused "powerful fires in the installations". The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) "will continue to impose 'drone sanctions' on Russia's oil refining complex and reduce the enemy's economic potential, which provides the aggressor with resources to wage war against Ukraine". Video published by Russia's emergencies ministry showed thick smoke and flames billowing out of what appeared to be multiple oil...
Donald Trump had a 'crush' onThe author of the new Apprentice book on Trump and his hit NBC show said the star bashed him on Twitter after he admired her for years.
WATCH: 105-year-old StanfordVirginia "Ginger" Hislop, who is 105 years old, finally earned her master's degree eight decades after enrolling at Stanford University.
The Hall of Fame outfielder's powerful bat and dazzling defense made him arguably the greatest all-around player in baseball history.
Germans are divided. Can EuroThanks to a troubled economy and gains by the far right in the European elections, Germany's sense of identity is in the balance. Could footballing success bring the country back together? Philip... Oltermann reports The last time Germany hosted a major football tournament was the World Cup in 2006. With a multicultural team that won the nation's hearts, for many it felt as though a new, more open sense of German patriotism was being formed. Fast forward to 2024 and, with an economy that slipped into recession last year, things feel very different. Last month there were big gains in the European elections for the far-right AfD party - whose popularity withstood some worrying and well-publicised scandals.

Baseball legend Willie Mays dies at 93

ABC News - 19 Jun 2024 03:55
Baseball legend Willie MaysWillie Mays, widely considered to be one of the greatest baseball players in the history of the game, has died at 93.
Justin Timberlake's wifeJessica Biel was spotted out in public on Tuesday for the first time after her husband Justin Timberlake's arrest for a DWI in New York on Monday night.
Willie Mays, ElectrifyingMays, the Say Hey Kid, was baseball's exuberant embodiment of the complete player. Some say he was the greatest of them all.
Willie Mays dead at 93: SanOne of the greatest to ever play the game, Mays hit 660 home runs, scored 2,068 runs and notched 3,293 hits while winning one World Series with the Giants in 1954.
Craving salty foods? It couldDoctors are warning that extreme cravings for all things salty, from pickles to potato chips, could hint at a rare health disorder that causes the adrenal glands to stop working.
Vodafone Group plans to raise as much as $1.1 billion by selling part of its stake in an Indian telecom tower operator, according to a term sheet seen by The Wall Street Journal.
Baseball great Willie MaysMays won the World Series with the San Francisco Giants in 1954.
How craven CambridgeBritain's universities are now ruled by fear. Fear of associating with the wrong people, saying the wrong thing, even being said to think the wrong thing - the paranoias are stifling our institutions.
Willie Mays, baseball'sThe center fielder was baseball's oldest living Hall of Famer. The post Willie Mays, baseball’s electrifying 'Say Hey Kid,' has died at 93 appeared first on
Firerose accuses Billy RaySinger Firerose is accusing her estranged husband Billy Ray Cyrus of 'extreme verbal, emotional and psychological abuse.'
Naomi Campbell at the V&A: 'AThe A-lister is the latest star to land a solo exhibition at London's V&A.
JAN MOIR: Gary Lineker couldUntil he stepped in front of a BBC camera in a hideous T-shirt, few knew Gary Lineker had his own Next menswear range. But the second he did, fashion alarm bells shrieked out across the nation.

Remembering Willie Mays as Both Untouchable and Human

The New York Times - 19 Jun 2024 03:14
Remembering Willie Mays asMays, who died on Tuesday at 93, had been perfect for so long that the shock of seeing baseball get the best of him was the shock of seeing a god become mortal.
We had sex in the staff roomIt began during the final geography lesson of the day: we were revising how glaciers are formed. Then I felt a foot touch mine. It wasn't a brush but a definite nudge.

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Wall Street Journal - 19 Jun 2024 03:11
The 73-year-old physician was a fixture of his community. For months, he had three people imprisoned in his apartment.
She never had a chance: InsideWhen a Gold Coast couple agreed to let their precious granddaughter fly to New South Wales for a Christmas holiday they couldn't have predicted the dangerous world she was entering.