Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. A US company has signed the first significant deal to supply liquefied natural gas to Ukraine, in a move designed to bolster its energy security and reduce Moscow’s energy dominance in eastern Europe. The move […]

Courtesy Saffrine Duggan After leaving the US military, Daniel Duggan offered joy flights in Tasmania through his company, Top Gun. Brisbane, Australia CNN  —  The fate of former US Marines pilot Daniel Duggan now . . .

The US authorities want to put Julian Assange on trial over 18 charges, nearly all under the Espionage Act, with Monday’s decision marking the latest chapter in 13 years of legal battles and detentions for the Australian. Monday 20 May 2024 12:56, UK Julian Assange will be allowed to appeal against his extradition to the […]

When U.S. Soccer and the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) withdrew from the 2027 World Cup bidding process last month, there was initial shock and surprise. American exceptionalism may have played its role in the reaction, but so did other factors. Not least of these was the compelling idea that back-to-back World Cups in 2026 and […]

At a campaign event last month in Pennsylvania, the heartland of American steel manufacturing, President Biden made clear that he does not want the proposed takeover of U.S. Steel by Japan’s Nippon Steel to happen. “We’re finally making sure that United States Steel stays United States Steel,” Mr. Biden said. “It’s not going to be […]

With soccer’s global governing body just weeks away from selecting the host of the 2027 women’s World Cup, the United States and Mexico on Monday withdrew their joint bid to focus on landing the 2031 tournament instead. The decision leaves Brazil and a combined bid by Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium . . .

The group said it aimed to offer an alternative to hyper-partisan politics, but it failed to find a champion for the general election. It was the third-party challenge that wasn’t. The No Labels group announced on Thursday that it will not field a third-party candidate to challenge Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Donald Trump in […]

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In a disturbing event, a few students from a US school created a ‘mock slave auction’ on a group chat. As per reports, the students who created the group pretended to auction their Black classmates. This racial online bullying incident that took place in USA’s Southwick Regional School has left people shocked. The incident of […]

Republican Senate candidate Steve Garvey, a former Los Angeles Dodgers baseball player, tosses a baseball to supporters at his election night watch party on March 5 in Palm Desert, Calif. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Mario Tama/Getty Images Republican Senate candidate Steve Garvey, a former Los Angeles Dodgers baseball player, tosses a baseball […]

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