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France marks first anniversary since teacher killed over Mohammed cartoon
Paty, 47, was stabbed and then decapitated after leaving the middle school where he taught history and geography in the tranquil Paris suburb of Conflans-Sainte-Honorine on the evening of October 16th, 2020.
Kamala Harris Sells Washington, DC Condo
Vice President Kamala Harris has sold her Washington, D.C., condominium for just under asking price. But it took a minute.
Tesla is ordered to pay former worker $137 million for racism at plant
Tesla Inc. lost a case brought by a Black former elevator operator and must pay him $137 million for having turned a blind eye to racial taunts and offensive graffiti he endured at the electric-car maker's Northern California plant, according to the man's lawyer.
How Lip-Syncing Got Real
Not long ago, lip-syncing was the domain of subversive drag queens, or pop stars that the media saw as talentless. Now it's how scrappy amateurs get famous.
Dasani's Story
Eight years later, we revisit the story of Dasani, a fierce and vulnerable child of New York.
Amanda Gorman: 'I wanted my words to re-sanctify the steps of the Capitol'
My earliest reading memory My mom bought me a Hooked on Phonics reading kit when I was in early elementary school. I quite literally got hooked on reading and raced through as much material as I could.
Racial Justice Themes Replace Confederate Stained-Glass Images At National Cathedral
The Washington National Cathedral has chosen contemporary artist Kerry James Marshall, renowned for his wide-ranging works depicting African-American life, to design new stained-glass windows with themes of racial justice.
Here's Why The Arc De Triomphe Was Just Wrapped In Fabric
The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is seen wrapped in fabric, in a posthumous art project that is an homage to the late artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude .
Jane Powell, sunny 'girl next door' in Hollywood musicals, dies at 92
Jane Powell, an actress and singer who first appeared in movies as a teenager and became a sunny stalwart of Hollywood musicals in the 1940s and 1950s, most notably opposite Fred Astaire in "Royal Wedding" and Howard Keel in "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," died Sept. 16 at her home in Wilton, Conn.
'French Elvis' Johnny Hallyday honoured with statue and concert
The tributes began on Tuesday morning with a small concert from the last five musicians to play alongside Hallyday, who were accompanied by a number of the bikers who escorted the singer's coffin down the Champs-Elysée in 2017.