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A Boy Was Brutally Beaten During a Football Hazing Ritual And Parents Want Justice
The parents of an Alabama high school student who was brutally beaten as a part of his football team's hazing ritual have filed a lawsuit against the Mobile County Board of Education.
Gangs Rule Much of Haiti. For Many, It Means No Fuel, No Power, No Food.
Missionaries Kidnapped in Haiti
A country in crisis is facing a severe fuel shortage that is pushing it to the brink of collapse.
Trudeau picks ex-Greenpeace activist dubbed 'Green Jesus' as climate chief, angering Canada's oil-rich west
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a post-election overhaul of his government on Tuesday, naming a former Greenpeace activist dubbed "Green Jesus" as environment and climate change minister in a move that has caused consternation in the country's oil-rich west.
Did Charlie Morton Get Three Outs With a Broken Leg?
Morton was struck by a comebacker in his team's Game 1 win over Houston in the World Series. Three outs later, he left with a fractured fibula. When the break occurred is unknown.
New Mexico governor suggests state may push stricter safety protocols for filming
On Tuesday, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham suggested that the state may push to adopt stricter safety protocols for productions filming in New Mexico.
New Zealand will expand its vaccine mandate to cover 40 percent of workers.
The rule will cover employees at restaurants, gyms, bars and hair salons.
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New Zealand Expands Vaccine Mandate
France's Le Pen visits Hungary in bid for nationalist allies
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen held talks Tuesday with populist Hungarian Prime Minster Viktor Orban in Budapest a meeting the two politicians said advanced the cooperation of Europe's nationalist forces.
Ontario has proposed legislation to stop your boss from bugging you after hours. But will it help? | CBC News
For some Canadians, working from home during the pandemic has created even more of a blur between work and home life as kitchens and dens have turned into remote offices.
China locks down a northwestern city to subdue a small outbreak.
The Chinese government ordered the northwestern city of Lanzhou locked down on Tuesday as officials carried out widespread testing to quash a small Covid-19 outbreak.
Australia Pledges 'Net Zero' Emissions by 2050. Its Plan Makes That Hard to Believe.
The country's last-minute commitment before next week's climate summit is built on hope for new technology, and little else.