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Report: Raiders coach Gruden sent more offensive emails

Report: Raiders coach Gruden sent more offensive emails

Raiders coach Jon Gruden frequently used misogynistic and homophobic language directed at Commissioner Roger Goodell and others in the NFL, according to emails reviewed by The New York Times.
Indigenous Peoples Day marked with celebrations, protests

Indigenous Peoples Day marked with celebrations, protests

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Indigenous people across the United States marked Monday with celebrations of their heritage, education campaigns and a push for the Biden administration to make good on its word.

U.S. to accept travellers immunized with vaccines approved by WHO, FDA, says CDC

Canadians immunized against COVID-19 with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine can visit the United States when new travel regulations come into play next month, but it's not yet clear whether those with mixed doses will make the cut. The U.S.
No charges for task force members in Winston Smith death

No charges for task force members in Winston Smith death

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Members of a U.S. Marshals Service task force will not be charged in the fatal shooting of Winston Smith Jr .
Changed race, familiar result: Kenyans sweep Boston Marathon

Changed race, familiar result: Kenyans sweep Boston Marathon

BOSTON (AP) — With fall foliage replacing the blooming daffodils and mylar blankets sharing space with masks, the pandemic-delayed Boston Marathon returned Monday after a 30-month absence for a smaller, socially distanced race that ended in a very fa
Tensions persist between legacy of Columbus, native people

Tensions persist between legacy of Columbus, native people

Monday's federal holiday dedicated to Christopher Columbus is highlighting the ongoing divide between those who view the explorer as a representative of Italian American history and others horrified by an annual tribute that ignores native people who

Charles urges leaders to do more than 'just talk' on climate

LONDON (AP) — In the battle against climate change, everyone can do their bit.
Taiwan wants 'status quo', not China's path, president says

Taiwan wants 'status quo', not China's path, president says

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan's president on Sunday called for the maintenance of the political status quo in a forthright speech which acknowledged rising pressure from China Tsai Ing-wen also firmly rejected Chinese military coercion, a stance drive

Colombian nun kidnapped in Mali in 2017 is freed

BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — A Colombian nun who was kidnapped more than four years ago by al-Qaida-linked extremists in Mali has been freed, Mali’s presidency said Saturday. Gloria Narvaez was kidnapped in February 2017 near Mali’s border with Burkina Faso.
Ruling party narrowly loses Czech vote; PM Babis may be out

Ruling party narrowly loses Czech vote; PM Babis may be out

PRAGUE (AP) — Prime Minister Andrej Babis' centrist party on Saturday narrowly lost the Czech Republic's parliamentary election, a surprise development that could mean the end of the populist billionaire's reign in power.