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Brazil's Bolsonaro grabs at heckler, tries to take phone

SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro briefly grappled with a heckler and tried to snatch his phone on Thursday, underscoring possible challenges for the sometimes quick-tempered leader t...

Puerto Rico governor denounces power company amid outages

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico’s governor on Thursday denounced the private company his administration contracted to take over the island’s power transmission and distribution system amid a ...

Paraguay vice president backtracks, says he won't resign

BUENOS AIRES (AP) — Paraguay Vice President Hugo Velázquez Moreno said Thursday he will not resign from his post, backtracking on a vow he made last week shortly after he was included on a U.S. corrup...

Lowe's 3-run homer helps Rangers over Athletics 10-3

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Nathaniel Lowe hit a three-run home run, Jonah Heim drove in two runs against his former team and the Texas Rangers beat the Oakland Athletics 10-3 on Thursday. ...

Red Wine Market Share 2022 Size, Emerging Trends, Innovations and Business Outlook till 2027

Global Red Wine Market to reach USD $billion by 2027. Global Red Wine Market is valued at approximately USD $billion in 2020 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than % over t...

NCAA asks members for help with NIL violation investigations

NCAA officials sent a letter to its membership Thursday noting its enforcement's staff pursuit of “potential violations” of the name, image and likeness compensation policy and emphasizing the need fo...

RFK Jr.'s anti-vaccine group kicked off Instagram, Facebook

Instagram and Facebook suspended Children's Health Defense this week after the anti-vaccine group led by Robert Kennedy Jr. repeatedly violated rules prohibiting misinformation about COVID-19. ...

Famed Iran art museum closes to deal with insect infestation

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Tehran’s contemporary art museum has issued an apology and temporarily closed to handle a pest infestation, raising concerns after footage of insects scuttling across world-famous ...

Sri Lanka hopes to reach initial agreement with IMF for help

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka's central bank chief said Thursday he is hopeful the crisis-ridden island nation can reach a preliminary agreement that could lead to a bailout package with the Int...

Judge limits privilege defense in AZ Mormon sex abuse case

An Arizona judge overseeing a high-profile lawsuit accusing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of conspiring to cover-up child sex abuse has ruled that the church may not refuse to answer...

For early-childhood grantmakers, collaboration is key

When Phyllis Glink took a job at the Irving Harris Foundation 26 years ago, “we were by far the biggest funders in early childhood because there weren’t that many of us,” she recalls. ...

Saudi doctoral student gets 34 years in prison for tweets

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A Saudi court has sentenced a doctoral student to 34 years in prison for spreading “rumors” and retweeting dissidents, according to court documents obtained Thursday...

FIU football player Knox, brother of Bills TE, dies at 22

MIAMI (AP) — FIU football player Luke Knox, who appeared in 23 games at Mississippi before joining the Panthers and was the brother of Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox, has died, the university sai...

Taipei Dome’s major issue is carbon emissions: Mayoral candidate Winifred Tung

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Winifred Tung (童文薰), a nonpartisan candidate in the upcoming Taipei mayoral race, said on Thursday (Aug. 18) the major issues surrounding Taipei Dome centers around its fu...

Finnish PM: No drugs, just lots of dancing at 'wild' party

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Finland’s prime minister says she did not take any drugs during a “wild” party in a private home, adding she did nothing wrong when letting her hair down and partying with f...