BEIJING (AP) China's export growth accelerated in July, showing little impact from a U.S. tariff hike in a spiraling dispute over technology.
LONDON (AP) Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is defending his company's decision not to ban right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his "Infowars" show.
Infographic KSA apologised for tweeting the altered image on Monday, hours after Riyadh expelled the Canadian ambassador A Saudi Arabian organisation has apologised for tweeting a digitally altered image that showed a plane flying towards Toronto's CN Tower - in an apparent reference to a 9/11-style attack - amid an escalating row over Canada's call for the release of detained human rights activists in the kingdom. Related: Saudi Arabia expels Canadian envoy for urging activists' release Related: Saudi state airline suspends flights to Canada in escalating row over activists Continue reading..
There is no justification for the US action. All sanctions will do is cause suffering for innocent people More than a decade ago, when the dust had settled on their disastrous implementation in Saddam Hussein's Iraq, sanctions began to be described as the new emergency response to international incidents. They had become a kind of knee-jerk reaction.
BARRE Aspiring Stars and Stripes Award contender Madison Zimmerman will break ground on a playground project Wednesday to benefit her church and the community. The Northfield student proposed the project at the Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church on Airport Road to earn the coveted top award from American Heritage Girls, a Christian faith-based organization, similar to Girl Scouts of America. Zimmerman will 
In 1979, a man named Ron Stallworth who was the first African-American police officer and detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department also became a card-carrying member of the Ku Klux Klan and the leader of the local chapter. He would send a white co-worker to play him for in-person meetings as part of the wild undercover operation, but Stallworth was the one on the phone, insisting his hatred for non-white races with everyone from the local chapter members to the KKK's "grand wizard" David Duke himself.
Safilo's management provided some guidelines in an update on the 2020 Plan, which targets sales of 1 billion euros by that date.
Aperture members came together for a private tour of the new David Wojnarowicz exhibition at the Whitney Museum. The post Inside the Revolutionary Work of Artist and AIDS Activist David Wojnarowicz appeared first on Aperture Foundation NY.
Some expectant moms are chomping at the bit to start growing a bump. Theyre so excited about their news that they want to show it on the outside! Others would rather keep it quiet until the second trimester when the chance of loss is lower. In either case, pregnant women want to know, when do 
Fans in Atlantic City performed a number of Lovato's songs, including "Sober.
Allbirds sustainable wool shoes are disrupting the footwear market with their low-carbon style.
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Pope Francis has declared that the death penalty is unacceptable in all circumstances. NPR's Don Gonyea speaks with Sister Helen Prejean about the history of the church's stance on capital punishment.
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