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San Francisco, Jan 23 (IANS) Apple has kicked off its iPhone photo competition, asking users to submit the most stunning images captured on iPhones.

Hong Kong is preparing to present a bill on Wednesday which would make it a crime to mock or disrespect the Chinese national anthem with jail terms of up to three years, according to Reuters. Chinese authorities have attempted to grow patriotism for the mainland in the former British colony, but there have been tense standoffs between pro-democracy activists and the forces loyal to Beijing on the island. Critics said the proposed legislation raises concern about freedom of expression in the city

The FBI Agents Association released a report on Tuesday which contained several anonymous testimonials about the difficulties the 14,000 active and former FBI agents were experiencing during the longest-ever partial government shutdown, according to Politico. One agent said their job has "never been so hard or thankless" than the last five weeks of working without pay, while another said the lack of funds was hindering their ability to "protect and serve the American people." "It’s bad enough to

by Paul R. Spitzzeri This Sunday the 27th at 2 p.m. at the Homestead, we kick off our four-part lecture series “Female Justice,” with a remarkable, fascinating, but generally little-kno…

Police in Sudan fired tear gas after hundreds of protesters blocked roads in the capital of Khartoum as months-long protests continued on Tuesday even though President Omar al-Bashir is set to arrive in Qatar, his first visit since the protests have emerged in December, according to Al Jazeera. Protesters have been marching near-daily since Dec. 19 against an economic crisis, but have since developed into widespread calls for Bashir to step down after his decades of ruling the country. The

The former Rio state lawmaker and son of Brazil's new right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro claimed he was the target of a "defamatory campaign" while his father was making his debut in Switzerland at the World Economic Forum on Tuesday, according to The Guardian. Bolsonaro made a brief address to the annual summit which promised a "new" Brazil since he "took over a Brazil in the midst of a profound ethical, moral and economic crisis. We are committed to changing our history … We…

The United States Supreme Court lifted two injunctions blocking President Donald Trump's ban on transgender service members in the military on Tuesday, voting 5-4 on the issue with the conservative majority winning, according to National Public Radio. The ruling does not allow the Pentagon to immediately begin enforcing the new rules since another nationwide injunction remains in place, but it does not bode well for transgender military service members since the Pentagon could bar transgender

he finale of Chanel’s shows are a highlight of the haute couture calendar, as Karl Lagerfeld traditionally takes a turn around the fabulously decorated Grand

The lawyer representing Paul Whelan, a former U.S. Marine detained in Moscow on spying charges said he was given a flash drive containing a “state secret,” The Washington Post reported Tuesday. In December, Whelan was detained by Russian security services while on a personal trip to Moscow, the report said. Speaking with reporters in a Moscow courtroom where his client attended a closed-door, pretrial hearing, Vladimir Zherebenkov said ““But how he got it, what he was supposed to do with it, and

My complex was transitioning from another hauler to Athens, and we had some issues with pickup that were quite frustrating. I reached out to Athens in the morning to inform them of the problem, and received a call back from an Athens representative. He listened to my concerns, and said he would make calls to the right department to make sure our trash would be picked up that day. At lunch time, the truck from Athens arrived! We warned the driver that there…

by Paul R. Spitzzeri Today was the last of several days of heavy rain in a region parched for most of the last several years, including a bone-dry 2017-18 season of under five inches in downtown Lo…