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When Viola Davis started her production company nearly a decade ago, she was determined to bring about change in Hollywood with a strategic mandate: Normalize people of color on screen. “We’re not social statements. We’re not mythical creatures all the time … you can literally put pen to paper and…

The solid economy is doing little to bolster support for President Donald Trump. Americans give Trump mixed reviews for his economic stewardship despite the growth achieved during this presidency, according to a new survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Nearly two-thirds describe as “good” an economy…

Democrat Pete Buttigieg said Monday that he took in $24.8 million during the second fundraising quarter, more than triple what the South Bend, Indiana, mayor raised during the first three months of the year for his surprise hit presidential campaign. Buttigieg was the first White House contender to announce his…

Hong Kong protesters battered their way into the city’s legislative complex on Monday night as major demonstrations rocked the city on the 22nd anniversary of its reunification with China. Thousands of protesters encircled the city’s government complex in the afternoon and by early evening they had made headway in their…

Two more members of the Congressional Black Caucus are backing Kamala Harris’s bid for the presidency: Reps. Bobby Rush of Illinois and Frederica Wilson of Florida. Endorsements from the caucus, which counts more than 50 members, could be influential in the Democratic presidential primary. With these two new supporters, Harris…

The latest meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has drawn criticism from a wide range of voices in Washington DC. Some say it amounted to little more than reality television. Others complained it conferred legitimacy on a brutal dictator. But many in South…

The U.S. Institute of Peace is training and working with Kenyan women as they build trust within their communities to prevent violent extremism. The program comes as Kenya struggles to halt the recruitment efforts of Islamist militant group al-Shabab. The organization Sisters Without Borders was formed in 2014. One of…

Uruguayan primary elections look set to pit a former mayor against a senator in the presidential vote in October, according to early exit polls Sunday evening in the South American country. Polls after ballots closed showed former Montevideo mayor Daniel Martinez and Senator Luis Lacalle Pou winning the nominations for…

Protesters and riot police returned to the streets of Hong Kong early Monday to mark the 22nd anniversary of the city’s reunification with China. Thousands encircled the city’s government complex in the afternoon as a small group attempted to break into the legislature, while police waited inside and fired pepper…

“People don’t flee their homes because they want to, people flee their homes because they feel they have to,” El Salvador’s president said Sunday. Nayib Bukele told a briefing in San Salvador that the death of a father and his young daughter who drowned trying to reach the United States…

Мешканка Баришівки Оксана Пасенко подала заяву про відмову від начебто свого позову щодо SkyUp, на підставі якого Баришівський районний суд 24 травня призупинив ліцензію авіакомпанії на перевезення пасажирів. Причиною відмови Пасенко вказала те, що вона ніколи не була клієнткою цього авіаперевізника. Про це повідомляють «Схеми: корупція в деталях» (спільний проект…

Senior U.S. officials were on hand in Jerusalem Sunday for the opening of part of what is believed to be an ancient Roman-era road to the Jewish temple, angering Palestinians and some Israeli historians. Ambassador David Friedman, Mideast peace negotiator Jason Greenblatt, and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham attended the unveiling….