Responding to potential investigation, Phoenix Suns owner denies racism, sexism
The Phoenix Suns issued a preemptive denial Friday to unpublished accusations of misconduct by team owner Robert Sarver.
Patrice Evra alleges he was sexually abused by teacher as a teenager
Former France and Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has alleged he was sexually abused by a school teacher when he was a teenager.
France gives low-paid 100 handout to curb rising discontent
France has announced a €100 (£85) handout for people on low to middle incomes and promised to freeze petrol prices to try to contain growing anger over record fuel prices and an increase in living costs.
The not so cursed child: did Harry Potter mark the end of troubled young actors?
here are many magical things about the Harry Potter film series, which marks its 20th anniversary this month with a re-release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Samsung not allowed to sell 61 models of its smartphones in Russia due to patent infringement
Samsung has found itself in a heated legal battle in Russia with a patent infringement related to its Samsung Pay service.
Where's Kevin Vuong? Embattled MP still silent on dropped sex assault charge following election | CBC News
A full month after pledging to address a sexual assault charge levelled against him in 2019 and since withdrawn, newly-elected Toronto MP Kevin Vuong has remained silent on the topic and out of sight.
Councillors demand better protection from abuse and death threats
Council leaders have demanded urgent measures to tackle what they say is a tide of abuse against councillors, potentially including a specific law against intimidating public officials and a greater willingness to prosecute those who make threats.
Congress is getting involved in the Washington Football Team's toxic workplace investigation
The investigation into the Washington Football Team 's toxic workplace was supposed to turn out a lot different.
Chinese Pianist Is Held on Prostitution Suspicion, State Media Says
Li Yundi, a famous performer, was accused of soliciting a woman, state news outlets said. Officials often use such accusations against their enemies.
Laura Kuenssberg in talks to step down as BBC political editor
Laura Kuenssberg is in talks to step down as BBC political editor after six years and become a presenter on the Today programme as part of a major reshuffle of senior on-air staff, individuals with knowledge of the negotiations told the Guardian.