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Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters, Makes History For Japan

Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters, Makes History For Japan

19 minutes ago   |   NPR   |   3 articles

Matsuyama entered the tournament ranked 25th in the world and emerged as the first Japanese person to win a golf major.
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COVID: India overtakes Brazil as world's second worst-hit country

1 hour ago   |   Al Jazeera

India records 168,912 cases overnight, taking overall tally to 13.53 million infections reported since pandemic began.
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Rockford High School Becomes An International Baccalaureate World School

3 hours ago   |   CBS

Rockford High School has become officially authorized as an IB World School.
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When Boston Ruled the Music World

4 hours ago   |   NY Times

Three recent recordings conjure the mid-20th-century moment when the city was a center of innovative composition.
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The 'Great Reshuffling'? 11 percent of Americans say they moved in 2020, survey finds

The 'Great Reshuffling'? 11 percent of Americans say they moved in 2020, survey finds

14 hours ago   |   WGN TV

In what some are calling the "Great Reshuffling," 11 percent of Americans moved in 2020 as the pandemic continued raging across the world, a new survey reports. The survey...
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Chloé Zhao Becomes First Woman of Color to Win Top Honor at Directors Guild Association Awards

15 hours ago   |   Time   |   2 articles

Chloé Zhao's “Nomadland” continued its tour of dominance through awards season Saturday night, when Zhao took top honors at the 73rd annual She is the second woman to earn the...
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New book asks why world ignores repression by Rwandan leader

20 hours ago   |   ABC News

The new book “Do Not Disturb” by British author Michela Wrong questions why some in the international community continue to praise Rwandan President Paul Kagame despite...
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After Snatching One Crown, Mrs. World Gives Up Her Own

1 day ago   |   NY Times

Last year's winner of a pageant for married women grabbed a crown from the 2021 Mrs. Sri Lanka winner, who she claimed was divorced, in violation of pageant rules.
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South African COVID variant can ‘break through' Pfizer vaccine: study

South African COVID variant can ‘break through' Pfizer vaccine: study

1 day ago   |   New York Post

JERUSALEM - The coronavirus variant discovered in South Africa can “break through” Pfizer/BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine to some extent, a real-world data study in Israel found...
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Donald Trump Says COVID-19 Vaccine Should Be Called 'Trumpcine'

1 day ago   |   Newsweek

Trump said the vaccinations should be named after him as the world looks to eradicate the COVID-19 virus.
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Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters, Makes History For Japan

Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters, Makes History For Japan

Matsuyama entered the tournament ranked 25th in the world and emerged as the first Japanese person to win a golf major. Read more ...

'Sign of hope': More than 30 San Francisco public schools set to reopen

BACK TO SCHOOL, AT LAST: After more than a year of remote classes, dozens of public schools are reopening in San Francisco. Read more ...

Former Walmart employee drives into store after getting fired

Former Walmart employee drives into store after getting fired

A disgruntled former Walmart employee in North Carolina is accused of crashing into his old workplace and driving through the aisles, a report said. Lacy Gentry, 32, who was... Read more ...

Iran's Zarif blames Israel for Natanz incident, vows revenge

Iran blames its regional arch-foe Israel for Sunday's incident at the Natanz nuclear facility. Read more ...

Leader of Merkel's party seeks backing in bid for chancellor

The new leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel's party says he's confident of securing his party's support to become the center-right candidate for Germany's next leader, after he... Read more ...

Death of motorist shot by Minneapolis-area officer sparks unrest

Death of motorist shot by Minneapolis-area officer sparks unrest

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US Federal Reserve chair says economy at ‘inflection point'

The economy is about to 'start growing more quickly' even as COVID remains a risk, Powell says. Read more ...

Muslims navigate restrictions in the second pandemic Ramadan

Muslims are navigating coronavirus regulations for their second Ramadan in the shadow of the pandemic Read more ...

Cyclone Seroja cuts power to thousands in Western Australia

Ferocious winds cause widespread damage to homes and buildings in towns unprepared for cyclones. Read more ...

COVID: India overtakes Brazil as world's second worst-hit country

India records 168,912 cases overnight, taking overall tally to 13.53 million infections reported since pandemic began. Read more ...