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Family Threatened by Phoenix Police Rejects Apology as a ‘Sham’

The video that surfaced last week showing police officers in Phoenix drawing their guns and screaming threats at an African-American family while responding to a shoplifting complaint has once again raised questions about why officers in the city are so quick to use potentially deadly force. At one point, one of the officers threatened to […]

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A Muslim Family Sought Help at the Belgian Embassy in Beijing. The Police Dragged Them Out.

The last time Abdulhamid Tursun spoke to his wife, she was huddled in a Beijing hotel room with their four children, frightened after being evicted from the Belgian Embassy in the dead of night. Suddenly, plainclothes police officers burst into the room, cutting off the couple’s video call. Mr. Tursun says he has not heard […]

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‘Grand Hotel’ Is Part of Eva Longoria’s Mission to ‘Produce With Purpose’

A year ago, Eva Longoria had just given birth — and was preparing to do it again. There was her first baby, Santiago Enrique Bastón, who arrived in June 2018. Then there was what she jokingly called her second, “Grand Hotel,” her new ABC drama. “My son had just been born, so I was breast-feeding […]

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Generations of Mentorship: Conversations With L.G.B.T.Q. Elders

“It’s weird being dead,” wrote a 51-year-old man from Jackson, Miss. He had contacted me on Jack’d, a dating and social app that’s particularly popular among gay and trans men of color. He wasn’t being literal, of course, but the message was clear: “The gay community publishes your obituary at 40 if you live that […]

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The Met Opera’s Brighter Future Is Onstage in Europe

When I think of aging Metropolitan Opera productions that I’ll miss when they’re inevitably replaced, I think of Otto Schenk’s grand “Tannhäuser,” and Anthony Minghella’s elegantly lacquered “Madama Butterfly.” What I won’t miss are “Don Giovanni” and “Rigoletto.” Michael Grandage’s “Giovanni,” around since 2011, is awash in sleepy earth tones, with barely anything to say […]

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Kelly Ripa Reveals What She’s Looking Forward to Most When All Her Kids Move Out (Exclusive)

Kelly Ripa Reveals What She’s Looking Forward to Most When All Her Kids Move Out (Exclusive) | Entertainment Tonight arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy Skip to main content

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Blac Chyna Says Her Mother Is ‘Evil as S**t to Me’ in Emotional New Trailer for Reality Show

Blac Chyna Says Her Mother Is ‘Evil as S**t to Me’ in Emotional New Trailer for Reality Show | Entertainment Tonight arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy Skip to main content

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James Corden Dishes on How Star-Studded Dodgeball Game With Michelle Obama Came About (Exclusive)

James Corden Dishes on How Star-Studded Dodgeball Game With Michelle Obama Came About (Exclusive) | Entertainment Tonight arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy Skip to main content

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Earthquake rocks Japan, triggering fears of tsunami

CLOSE A powerful earthquake jolted northwestern Japan on Tuesday night Time A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck off northwestern Japan on Tuesday, triggering a two-hour tsunami advisory for three prefectures in the region. The Japan Meteorological Agency said the quake struck Tuesday night at 10:22, or 9:22 a.m. EDT, 30 miles southwest of Sakata and more than six […]

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Mohamed Morsi’s Slow-Motion Death Sentence

Mohamed Morsi was not supposed to be Egypt’s first civilian president. During a term in office that lasted just one year, Egyptians would jokingly refer to him as the “spare tire,” because he was a last-minute replacement for the preferred candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt’s first presidential election after the Jan. 25, 2011, […]

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Shut Out by Shoe Giants, ‘Mom and Pop’ Stores Feel Pinched

BELFAST, Me. — Colburn Shoe Store, established in 1832, advertises itself as the oldest shoe store in the country. It has occupied the same small storefront on Belfast’s Main Street since 1905. It’s a place where the owner, Colby Horne, and his father, Brian, remember the brand and size their customers like, and those of […]

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Global Economic Growth Is Already Slowing. The U.S. Trade War Is Making It Worse.

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s trade war is chilling business investment, confidence and trade flows across the world, a development that foreign leaders and business executives say is worsening a global economic slowdown that was already underway. Recent softening in Europe, Australia and other parts of the world coincides with Mr. Trump’s intensified trade fight with […]

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