Aug. 23, 2019
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Hong Kong has long shunned ethnic minorities, but some residents, especially the young, are embracing minorities and refugees as part of the enclave’s non-Chinese identity.
As Trump heads to the G-7 summit, every one of the leaders is facing political or economic turmoil — and he’s only adding to the chaos.
Police say they think the suspect targeted Steven Shek Keung Chan, a 57-year-old retired administrator.
Twitter and Facebook suspended hundreds of accounts it said were part of a state-sponsored propaganda campaign against the Hong Kong protest movement. One user says he’s a “Chinese patriot” but not a propagandist.
The Sacramento Fire Department reported just after 10 p.m. Thursday that the agency had multiple units on the scene at Roseville Road and Marconi Avenue.
The video game studio agreed to settle a class action suit alleging violations of the California Equal Pay Act and gender-based discrimination
Gov. Gavin Newsom says California will join other states in asking a federal court to block the new rules that seek to indefinitely detain immigrant minors and families.
Linda Nguyen, 47, remains hospitalized but will be booked on suspicion of murder after she is medically cleared. Investigators found a suicide note in her home.
But don’t cry into your French onion soup: The country French eatery vows to stay open as part of the new complex.
Federal authorities have broken an international crime ring that stole millions through fraud schemes and money laundering.
About 3,885 residents have evacuated from the Mountain fire, which has burned more than 600 acres about 10 miles northeast of Redding.
Costco recently stopped selling the ribeye cap, which is made when a butcher trims a whole ribeye roast and rolls the resulting marbled piece into a log and ties it with twine.
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Marine resources officials in Thailand say an ailing 5-month-old dugong has died during surgery, just days after the much-publicized death of another dugong from what biologists believe was a combination of shock and ingesting plastic waste.
The U.S. Army’s Special Operations Command on Thursday released the names of the two Green Berets who were killed a day earlier during combat operations in Afghanistan.
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