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Singer Chris Brown Detained in Paris After Rape Complaint

Singer Chris Brown Detained in Paris After Rape Complaint

(PARIS) — U.S. singer Chris Brown and two other people are in custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint, French officials said Tuesday. Brown was detained Monday on potential charges of
Chinese University Fires Scientist Who Claimed to Have Created the First Gene-Edited Babies

Chinese University Fires Scientist Who Claimed to Have Created the First Gene-Edited Babies

He Jiankui drew outrage last year with claims of engineering gene-edited twins
China Demands the U.S. Drop Extradition Efforts for Huawei Executive Meng Wanzhou

China Demands the U.S. Drop Extradition Efforts for Huawei Executive Meng Wanzhou

The U.S. is seeking the transfer of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's from Canada
Cartel-Ravaged Mexico Sets a New Record for Murders

Cartel-Ravaged Mexico Sets a New Record for Murders

The country opened 33% more murder probes than in 2017, which was also a record
‘A Shakespearean Tragedy-in-the-Making.’ Trump’s Desperation for a North Korea Deal May Play Into Kim’s Hand
China Diplomats and Academics Urge Xi Jinping to Free Jailed Canadians

China Diplomats and Academics Urge Xi Jinping to Free Jailed Canadians

The group, including former U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, released an open letter to the Chinese leader
‘A Tipping Point.’ Greenland’s Ice Is Melting Much Faster Than Previously Thought, Scientists Say
At Least 10 Crew Members Were Killed After Two Cargo Ships Caught Fire Near Crimea
1 Killed in a Chicago Mall Shooting as Police Search for the Suspect

1 Killed in a Chicago Mall Shooting as Police Search for the Suspect

The 19-year-old man was shot outside a clothing store at Orland Square Mall
Notre Dame Is Covering up Columbus Murals Amid Criticism Over How They Depict Native Americans

Notre Dame Is Covering up Columbus Murals Amid Criticism Over How They Depict Native Americans

The 12 murals have been criticized over Native Americans' depiction
Los Angeles Teachers’ Union Strike Enters Sixth School Day as Talks Continue

Los Angeles Teachers’ Union Strike Enters Sixth School Day as Talks Continue

The union and school district are at odds over salaries and class sizes
Boxer Manny Pacquiao’s Home Was Robbed in Los Angeles

Boxer Manny Pacquiao’s Home Was Robbed in Los Angeles

Suspects ransacked the location and took property while nobody was home
Rudy Giuliani Backtracks Comments About Michael Cohen and the Trump Tower Moscow Project

Rudy Giuliani Backtracks Comments About Michael Cohen and the Trump Tower Moscow Project

He walked back from comments about the President's talks with Michael Cohen
Two Pilots Died After Their Plane Crashed Into the Front Yard of Rural Ohio Home

Two Pilots Died After Their Plane Crashed Into the Front Yard of Rural Ohio Home

The plane had engine trouble shortly after leaving a private airfield near Cleveland
Islamic State Suicide Bomber Targets U.S., Kurdish Forces in Syria Attack

Islamic State Suicide Bomber Targets U.S., Kurdish Forces in Syria Attack

Marking the second attack against U.S. troops in less than a week
Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris Says She Aims to Bring ‘Unity’

Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris Says She Aims to Bring ‘Unity’

“Some people would say that in a diverse country, you cannot achieve unity. I reject that notion,” Harris said.
At Least Six People Have Died in Frigid Air and High Winds Across the U.S.

At Least Six People Have Died in Frigid Air and High Winds Across the U.S.

The National Weather Service forecast temperatures over 20 degrees below normal
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Will Make a Cameo Appearance in Lego Movie Sequel

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Will Make a Cameo Appearance in Lego Movie Sequel

A new teaser trailer shows a robe-clad animated version of the Notorious RBG
Government Shutdown Continues as President Trump’s Compromise Attempt Doesn’t Budge Democrats
Israel Increasingly Goes Public With Airstrikes on Iranian Targets in Syria

Israel Increasingly Goes Public With Airstrikes on Iranian Targets in Syria

'Whoever tries to harm us, we will harm them,' Netanyahu said