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Twitch is not unaware of the threats. A Twitch spokeswoman said the company planned in the coming months to livestream a session that will educate streamers about real-world risks. In recent years, it has increased its efforts to build safety into the platform, said Mr. Verrilli, the head of product. He noted, for example, a […]

(Photo: Handout via Getty Images) (Photo: Handout via Getty Images) Renaissance has dropped and it’s everything we wanted and more. Whether you’re part of the Beyhive or not, everyone has been anticipating Beyoncé’s latest album, especially Black women. We have a special relationship with Queen B. We’ve been her biggest fan girls since her Destiny’s […]

Comment on this story Comment Professional golf is splintering before our eyes, threatening the future of the PGA Tour. Every week, LIV Golf — the upstart tour funded by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund — lures more top players and golf media figures to its ranks. With seemingly endless money flowing from the opaque fund […]

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia targeted Ukraine’s southern Black Sea regions of Odesa and Mykolaiv with airstrikes Tuesday, hitting private buildings and port infrastructure with missiles fired from long-range bomber aircraft, the Ukrainian military said. In the Odesa region, buildings in coastal villages were hit and caught fire, Ukraine’s Operational Command South said […]

Birmingham’s Commonwealth Games kicks off in a carnival of colour  Express & Star Source link

BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Walking alongside Donald Trump as he plays golf is a lot like watching his presidency: He tells you how well he’s doing, mistakes are disregarded and the one constant is an endless stream of group photos with Trump blithely flashing a toothy grin and a thumbs up. It was as entertaining, revealing […]

For a city that’s known to fall asleep early, Chennai is wide awake at 11:30 pm on Wednesday. Around 300 people, some with toddlers clinging onto them, gather to celebrate the vibes on the iconic Napier Bridge. The bridge – more than 150 years old – was recently painted in a black and white chequered […]

As we reflect on the academic year and look forward to the fall semester, we celebrate all that we’ve accomplished and all that’s ahead. Read highlights from the 2021-2022 academic year below. Did we miss any? Share your favorite Gettysburg College moments on social media using #gettysburgreat. Building upon our promise since 1832 At Convocation, […]

By Laura Blasey and Amy Hubbard Hello, it’s Thursday, July 28, and here are the stories you shouldn’t miss today: TOP STORIES The Fed announced another big interest rate hike to thwart inflation In the most aggressive back-to-back interest rate increases since the early 1980s economic crisis, the Federal Reserve announced another three-quarters of a […]

1936 was a monumental year for Black athletes on the international stage. Alabama native and track and field athlete Jesse Owens won four gold medals at the Olympics in Berlin. The victories– gold medals in the 100-meter dash, the long jump, the 200-meter dash and the 4-by-100 relay– made Owens the most decorated athlete at […]

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