Aug. 18, 2019
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After weeks of violent clashes with police, Hong Kong protesters gathered for a peaceful demonstration that marked the democracy movement’s beginning.
As airline passenger numbers break records, LAX and several other major U.S. airports have reduced security checkpoint wait times.
A downward spiral in relations between South Korea and Japan has spawned a trade war and ignited massive protests and boycotts in South Korea.
Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry spokesman said the suicide bomber set off explosives among the wedding participants in Kabul.
Portland police worked to keep the Proud Boys and other far-right extremist protesters separated from anti-fascist counter-demonstrators.
Liu Yifei, star of Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of “Mulan,” sparked the #BoycottMulan hashtag when she voiced support of Hong Kong police during pro-democracy protests.
He walked me to the car that night, and asked if he could get in and talk. Here it comes, I thought, and braced myself for the “just friends” speech.
The Los Angeles Dodgers lost 4-3 to the Atlanta Braves, a few hours after MLB announced that pitcher Julio Urias will serve a 20-game ban after a domestic violence probe.
Columnist Nita Lelyveld’s annual summer break at her family cabin lets her unplug from her gadgets and the whoosh of the 101 to take time to read, knit and refuel.
Two things brought me to Canada: a ride on the Rocky Mountaineer, known for its jaw-dropping rail tours, and Canadian beer, which some say is better that the U.S’. And then there is Sasquatch.
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