WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Poland’s state broadcasting authority has received multiple complaints over the way state media covered a huge anti-government protest over the weekend, an official said Tuesday.
RENO, Nev. (AP) - The mystery client who hired a detective to secretly track Reno’s mayor with a GPS device is trying to persuade Nevada’s Supreme Court he has a First Amendment right to remain anonymous, a protected privilege he says is a cornerstone of democracy and part of "the business of politics."
LONDON (AP) - A British police motorcyclist faced a criminal investigation Tuesday over the death of a woman who was struck in a collision with the officer’s vehicle, which was escorting Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh, at the time.
The International Olympic Comittee will hold a board meeting to discuss the embattled International Boxing Association, according to sources.
Bluesky, the internet’s hottest members-only spot at the moment, feels a bit like an exclusive club, populated by some Very Online folks, popular Twitter characters, and fed up ex-users of the Elon Musk-owned platform.
COLLEVILLE-SUR-MER, France (AP) - World War II veteran Jake Larson, a 100-year-old American best known on social media under the name "Papa Jake,” enjoyed giving hugs to the many fans he met during his trip to Normandy for D-Day commemorations.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - In an election reflecting opposition to Russia's war against Ukraine, European Union member Slovenia overwhelmingly defeated Moscow's close ally Belarus on Tuesday for a seat on the U.N. Security Council starting in January.
US regulators have accused Coinbase, the largest US cryptocurrency platform, of operating illegally because it failed to register as an exchange.