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    The Guardian

  • US PGA Championship 2022: second round – live!
    Live updates from day two of play at Southern HillsLatest scores on the official PGA Championship leaderboardAnd feel free to email Scott with your thoughts on the golfKH Lee is a man in form. Last week, the 30-year-old South Korean became only the fourth man in history to successfully defend... Read more »
  • Russia-Ukraine war: Russia to cut gas supply to Finland on Saturday; G7 pledges £15.9bn in aid to Ukraine – live
    Gazprom will suspend gas sales to Finland from Saturday; G7 vows to keep Ukraine’s devastated economy afloatIntense fighting around Severodonetsk as Donbas labelled ‘hell’Russian soldier says he will accept punishment for war crimeRussia may scrap age limits for soldiers to bolster forcesRussia-Ukraine war: what we know on day 86 of... Read more »
  • France: Black historian Pap Ndiaye appointed as education minister
    Expert on colonialism and history of race relations faces persistent social inequalities in the school systemPap Ndiaye, the renowned Black French historian and expert on US minority rights, has been appointed education minister for the start of Emmanuel Macron’s second term, as the country faces persistent social inequalities in the... Read more »
  • Wimbledon stripped of ranking points over ban on Russian players
    Wimbledon effectively reduced to exhibition eventMen’s ATP tour said it saw ‘no option’ but to act over banThe ATP has decided to punish Wimbledon for its decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from the tournament by stripping ranking points from the tournament this year.The decision marks the most significant... Read more »
  • World Cup 2026 host venues: 17 US stadiums in hunt ahead of June reveal
    Fifa set to announce sites for 2026 World Cup on 16 JuneFirst 48-team World Cup expected to use 16 different sitesFifa intends to announce the 2026 World Cup sites during a news conference in New York on 16 June.Seventeen US stadiums in 16 areas remain in the bidding for the... Read more »
  • Ginni Thomas reportedly urged Arizona Republicans to overturn 2020 result
    Wife of supreme court justice Clarence Thomas emailed six days after election already called for Joe BidenGinni Thomas, the wife of the US supreme court justice Clarence Thomas, pressed Republicans in Arizona to overturn Joe Biden’s victory there in 2020, the Washington Post reported.Repeating Donald Trump’s lie that the vote... Read more »
  • ‘His heart is broken’: Buffalo mourns shooting victims as first funeral held
    Civil rights and community leaders gathered the night before to plead with the nation to confront and stop racist violenceThe first of 10 funerals for the 10 Black people killed in a Buffalo supermarket was held on Friday following an impassioned gathering of Black civil rights and community leaders at... Read more »
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    Asia One - World

  • US expert panel backs Covid-19 boosters for children 5 to 11
    WASHINGTON - An advisory panel to the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Thursday (May 19) voted to recommend Covid-19 vaccine booster shots for children ages 5 to 11, at least five months after completing their primary vaccination course. The advisers considered data from the CDC that... Read more »
  • Elon Musk denies he sexually harassed flight attendant on private jet
    OAKLAND — Billionaire Elon Musk took to Twitter late on Thursday (May 19) to denounce as "utterly untrue" claims in a news report that he had sexually harassed a flight attendant on a private jet in 2016. Business Insider reported earlier on Thursday that Musk's SpaceX paid $250,000 (S$344,399) in 2018... Read more »
  • Canada confirms first 2 monkeypox cases
    MONTREAL - Canada's public health agency on Thursday (May 19) confirmed the first two cases of monkeypox virus infections in the country after authorities in Quebec province said they were investigating 17 suspected cases. Several countries including Portugal and Spain have reported cases of monkeypox in recent weeks, with a US... Read more »
  • Vaccination after infection may curb long Covid; desktop 'air curtains' may deflect virus particles
    The following is a summary of some recent studies on Covid-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review. Post-infection vaccination may reduce long Covid Vaccination after infection with SARS-CoV-2 may contribute to a reduction in the... Read more »
  • Taliban say female Afghan TV presenters must cover face on air
    KABUL — Taliban authorities in Afghanistan have asked television broadcasters to ensure that female presenters on local stations cover their faces when on air, an official said on Thursday (May 19). The move comes days after authorities ordered women to cover their faces in public, a return to a policy... Read more »
  • Growing demand for pet spiders and scorpions puts rare species at risk
    AsiaOne has launched EarthOne, a new section dedicated to environmental issues — because we love the planet and we believe science. Find articles like this there. Rare spiders and scorpions are being put at risk by a growing global trade driven by the demand for exotic pets, including species so rare that... Read more »
  • Grunt, hoo, pant, scream: Chimps use complex vocal communication
    WASHINGTON — Scientists exploring the evolutionary origin of language have detected a vocal communication system among wild chimpanzees more complex and structured than previously known, with a dozen call types combined into hundreds of different sequences. The researchers made more than 4,800 recordings of vocalisations produced by members of three... Read more »
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    Axios

  • States expanding Medicaid coverage of maternity services
    More states are expanding Medicaid coverage of maternity services for low-income women, including lengthening the postpartum coverage period, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation report.Why it matters: Medicaid pays for more than four in 10 births in the U.S., but coverage can be short-lived for women, ending after 60... Read more »
  • Trump pays $110,000 in contempt fees to New York attorney general
    Former President Trump has paid $110,000 in fees he owed after being held in contempt of court but must submit more information to have the order fully lifted, New York Attorney General Letitia James' office said Friday.Why it matters: A New York state judge suspended his contempt order against Trump... Read more »
  • Leaked emails: Ginni Thomas urged Arizona lawmakers to reverse Trump election loss
    Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, asked Arizona lawmakers to try to reverse former President Trump's loss in the state in the 2020 election by choosing "a clean slate of Electors," according to emails published by the Washington Post.Driving the news: Thomas — who never specifically... Read more »
  • Extreme weather plagues U.S., from Colorado snowstorm to East Coast heat wave
    A hazardous weather weekend is shaping up across much of the Lower 48 states, with "critical" fire weather conditions affecting New Mexico, a potentially historic late May snowstorm cranking up across the Rockies and a heat wave surging toward the East Coast.Why it matters: From Friday through Sunday, more than... Read more »
  • American investors keep scoring European soccer teams
    American investors are beginning to dominate European soccer in a way that American players never have.Driving the news: A majority of the English Premier League's top 20 teams will have U.S. owners, once Todd Boehly's purchase of Chelsea F.C. goes through.And it will close, through despite some British media drama... Read more »
  • Former Marine Trevor Reed on Russian imprisonment: "I wouldn't let myself hope"
    Former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed, who was detained in a Russian prison since 2019 before being released last month, said in an exclusive interview with CNN that he feared for his life while imprisoned. Driving the news: "You felt they might kill you?" CNN's Jake Tapper asked. "Yes. I thought... Read more »
  • The power of pure luck
    Almost every great thing in life starts with serendipity, someone — or something — new entering your life by chance.Why it matters: This should humble all of us. We often celebrate big names who invent companies or pull off remarkable feats. But this is true too: They caught a ton... Read more »

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