On the streets of Tokyo and Beijing, the ties between Japan and China remain complicated and often contradictory, 50 years after the two Asian countries normalized relations as part of the process that brought Communist China into the international fold. Chinese official media and textbooks memorialize the victims of Japan's brutal invasion during World War II, even as young urbanites slurp “ramen” soup noodles in a two-story restaurant row made to look like Tokyo's narrow alleyways. In the real Tokyo, Japanese flocked to a festival last weekend to try Chinese dumplings, even as they worried about the growing military prowess of their much larger neighbor and its designs on the self-governing island of Taiwan — which happens to be a former Japanese colony.
Anger rises after 40% of Australians had details stolen in possibly the nation's worst-ever breach.
The artist's manager says he was found unresponsive in a friend's bathroom.
Six people were hospitalized with gunshot wounds after a shooting at a school in east Oakland on Wednesday, officials said.
Jennifer Gunter endured six rounds of chemotherapy and 17 radiation treatments. And she never told her son, Bengals rookie Jeff Gunter, because she didn't want him to lose his focus as he achieved his dream of becoming an NFL player.
Miguel Cabrera hit his 507th home run, Detroit got nine innings from its bullpen and the Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals 2-1 on Wednesday night for their fifth straight victory. MJ Melendez led off the game with a home run for Kansas City, and Cabrera hit a two-run shot in the bottom of the inning.
TORONTO — With the American League East title in the bag, Yankees manager Aaron Boone has more flexibility to tinker with his lineup and get players rested ahead of the post-season. Some of his regulars got the night off Wednesday against Toronto. To the delight of fans hoping baseball history would be made at Rogers Centre, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was not among them. Judge went deep in the seventh inning for his 61st home run of the season, tying the American League single-season record set
Admnistration officials were frustrated that a government bureaucrat testified for the merger, undermining the administration's position.
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ontario, September 29, 2022--Diamond Estates Wines & Spirits Inc. ("Diamond Estates" or "the Company") (DWS-TSX Venture) announced the results of voting at its annual general and special meeting of shareholders ("AGM") held today in Toronto.
Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S., swamped southwest Florida on Wednesday, turning streets into rivers, knocking out power to 1.8 million people and threatening catastrophic damage further inland. Desperate people posted to Facebook and other social sites, pleading for rescue for themselves or loved ones. The hurricane's center made landfall near Cayo Costa, a barrier island just west of heavily populated Fort Myers.
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Having a season for the ages, Aaron Judge tied Roger Maris' New York Yankees and American League record that has stood since 1961.
Stokes speaks out against Capitol Police shootings
The murder case initially led to a wrongful conviction of another man.
Anne Sacoolas is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Thursday.
A senior citizen facility in West Palm Beach has taken in residents from Kings Point after a tornado hit the community Tuesday night.
A cause of death has not yet been confirmed
NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon said Wednesday it’s raising its average starting pay for frontline workers from $18 to $19 a hour, a boost that could help it attract more employees in a tight labor market as the holiday season approaches. Amazon said that beginning in October, warehouse and transportation workers would earn between $16 and $26 an hour, depending on their position and location in the U.S. The minimum wage at the Seattle-based e-commerce company, which employed roughly 1.5 million workers
An election worker in a western Michigan town has been charged with two felonies after allegedly inserting a flash drive into a computer containing confidential voter registration data during an election in August, local officials said on Wednesday. At the Aug. 2 primary, an election worker was seen inserting a USB drive into the computer used to administer the election at a precinct in Gaines Township in Kent County, according to a statement by county clerk Lisa Posthumus Lyons. The incident highlights the so-called "insider threat" risk that has increasingly worried election officials, especially in battleground states like Michigan where falsehoods about systemic voter fraud in the 2020 election have spread most widely.
Coolio, who grew up in Compton and died Wednesday afternoon, won a Grammy for 'Gangsta's Paradise,' which was featured in the movie 'Dangerous Minds.'