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  • Charlottesville trial: activist was 'pulseless' after being hit by car, court hears

    First responder describes coming upon Heather Heyer after James Fields drove his car into counter-protesters A jury in Charlottesville heard testimony on Monday from a first responder who said activist Heather Heyer was “pulseless”, with no heartbeat or breath, when he came upon her after she was struck by a vehicle driven by James Fields in the aftermath of the Unite the Right rally in the Virginia city. Nick Barrell, a fire captain and paramedic, tried to save Heyer’s life after 21-year-old...

    the Guardian
  • Putin ‘hopes’ to meet with Trump at G20 despite his threat to cancel

    Hours after President Trump threatened to cancel a meeting with Vladimir Putin because of the Kremlin’s “aggression” in Ukraine, the Russian leader said Wednesday that he hoped the sitdown at the G20 summit in Argentina goes on as planned. “I hope I can talk to Trump in Argentina,” Putin told a financial forum in Moscow....

    New York Post
  • World markets rise despite Trump's renewed tariff threat

    World markets were mostly higher on Tuesday despite U.S. President Donald Trump saying it's "highly unlikely" he'll hold off on raising tariffs ahead of a closely-watched meeting with his Chinese counterpart. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX index gained 0.3 percent to 11,381.78 and France's...

    ABC News
  • CNN seeks emergency hearing over White House's Acosta threat

    The White House sent Acosta a letter once again threatening to revoke his press pass.

  • CNN seeks hearing over WH threat to revoke Acosta pass again

    The White House has issued a new warning to CNN's Jim Acosta, saying his press pass could be revoked again at the end of the month. In response, CNN is asking the U.S. District Court for another emergency hearing. "The White House is continuing to violate the First and 5th Amendments of the Constitution," the network said in a statement Sunday. "These actions threaten all journalists and news organizations. Jim Acosta and CNN will continue to report the news about the White House and the...

  • Meet Pat Maginnis, Activist Who Sought to Remove Abortion Stigma in the 1960s

    Long before women seeking abortions had NARAL or Planned Parenthood, in the days before Roe vs. Wade, some 12,000 relied on the work of a petite woman named Pat Maginnis. Slate profiled the radical abortion activist and pioneer, now 90, who spent her early days “attempting to show women an alternative to knitting needles, coat hangers, and household cleaning agents.”

  • Chelsea boss Sarri not ready to ring the changes despite PAOK victory

    The Blues responded from a first competitive loss under Sarri, after 18 matches unbeaten, to Tottenham last Saturday, with a fifth win from as many Europa League Group L games.

    Mail Online