George Floyd Death Leads States to Require Cops to Intervene Since Floyd’s death, Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Nevada and New Jersey have passed laws requiring police to intervene when they see a fellow officer engaged in misconductSee all stories on...
Egypt puts on a show as it moves royal mummies to new home’Pharaohs’ Golden Parade’ snakes across Cairo, transporting remains of ancient kings and queens to new resting place.See all stories on this topic
In tourist-free Bali, artists persevere through ‘darkest moment’Art and Bali’s unique Hindu culture are inextricably linked but the absence of visitors has left artists struggling.See all stories on this topic
China commits ‘genocide’ against Uighurs: State Department reportUS State Department report says ‘genocide and crimes against humanity’ committed against Uighurs and others in Xinjiang.See all stories on this topic
Bolsonaro, under pressure over COVID crisis, reshuffles cabinetBrazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is facing widespread criticism as coronavirus deaths and infections surge.See all stories on this topic
US lawmaker calls for hate crime charges in Atlanta killingsLegislators visit Atlanta-area spas to pay tribute to victims of attacks that killed eight, including six Asian women.See all stories on this topic
Afghan Taliban Threaten to Target US, NATO Troops if US Misses Exit Deadline Warning comes after US President Joe Biden says 2,500 American troops may still be in Afghanistan beyond May deadline agreed to in year-old pactSee all stories on this topic