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"Irresponsible Act": Blinken Slams China After Spy Balloon Found Over US

02/04/23 2:34 AM

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday told a top Chinese official that it was "irresponsible" of Beijing to send a surveillance balloon over US soil as he explained why he postponed a visit.

"My Money Is Mine": China's Ultra-Rich Rush To Singapore To Protect Wealth

02/04/23 8:16 AM

Singapore is seeing an influx of ultra-wealthy families from China looking to protect their wealth from a Communist Party that increasingly views them with suspicion.

"Never Violated Airspace Of Any Country": China On Spy Balloon In US

02/04/23 9:28 AM

Beijing said Saturday that US media and politicians had taken advantage of US allegations that China flew an espionage balloon over US territory.

'A Really Close Call For Us': CNN Crew Nearly Hit By Russian Missile In Ukraine

02/03/23 9:55 AM

Frederik Pleitgen, who was reporting in Kramatorsk during the attack, said Russia's war in Ukraine is one of "the most dangerous" he's ever covered.

'All the Beauty and the Bloodshed' chronicles the fight to purge one family's name from the art world

01/27/23 10:41 PM

The campaign by American photographer Nan Goldin to shame galleries and museums into cutting ties with the Sackler families, the owners of OxyContin manufacturer Purdue Pharma, was always under a lens — that was part of its point. Beginning in 2018, a number of noisy protests at some of the art world's finest institutions, including the Met, the Guggenheim and the Louvre, were designed to attract as much publicity as possible as they highlighted the horrors of the United States' opioid epidemic and called out Purdue Pharma's role in it. They proved highly effective.

'It turned bad in an instant': CNN crew has close call in Ukraine as Russian missiles pummel their location

02/03/23 4:10 AM

CNN correspondent Frederik Pleitgen and his team were traveling on Thursday to the Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk to report on the search and rescue efforts underway after a residential building was leveled overnight by a Russian missile. It was "supposed to be a fairly easy shoot," Pleitgen said, given that the crew was not heading to the frontlines of the war.

13 dead in Chile amid struggle to contain raging wildfires

02/03/23 9:53 PM

At least 13 people have died as a result of the more than 150 wildfires burning across Chile that have destroyed homes and thousands of acres of forest while the South American is in the midst of a heat wave

17 Very British Tweets About The Very British Queue To See The Very British Queen's Coffin

09/24/22 5:25 AM

"If you’re British, this is the queue you’ve been training for all your life. The final boss of queues."View Entire Post ›

7 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World

01/18/22 4:25 PM

Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.View Entire Post ›

8 dead migrants recovered off Italian island of Lampedusa

02/03/23 11:23 AM

Italy's coast guard says that the bodies of eight migrants have been recovered during an operation overnight that also rescued 42 survivors in the central Mediterranean off the island of Lampedusa

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