The rapper denies participating in racist chatrooms and apologises for offensive lyrics from 2015.
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Oklahoma woman missing since April following Facebook post that indicated she believed she had coronavirus
Talina Galloway, 53, of Wagoner, Oklahoma, was last heard from by her boss on March 27, 2020. Her last Facebook post was dated April 7. In the post, the posted stated she believed she had coronavirus but did not want to go to the hospital. Her purse and wallet were left at home. Her car was still in the driveway. She has a distinct tattoo of a sun symbol on her right wrist. The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office is investigating.
Los Angeles Coronavirus Update: Mayor Eric Garcetti Says, “All Retail Businesses,” Including Drive-Ins, Can Reopen So Long As They Observe Proper Protocols
"Tonight," Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said, "I want to announce new changes" to the restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The mayor announced, as of tomorrow, the city will "allow all retail businesses" to let customers inside their stores so long as those businesses abide by COVID prevention best practices, […]
Centre spatial Kennedy (Etats-Unis) (AFP) - A new era in space begins Wednesday with the launch by SpaceX of two NASA astronauts into space, a capability that for six decades symbolized the power of a handful of states, and which the United States itself had been deprived of for nine years. If the bad weather clears, at 4:33 pm (20:33 GMT) a SpaceX rocket with the new Crew Dragon capsule on top will take off from Launch Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center, the same from which Neil Armstrong and his Apollo crewmates left for their historic journey to the Moon. Piloted by NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, it will head for the International Space Station.
Turns out that solving the Palestinian question isn’t essential after all. And the Trump administration, Israel and a few of the Gulf Arabs seem fine with that.
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Is the assessment by the New York governor fair? Dr. Marc Siegel weighs in.
Chinese citizens, stranded abroad after the coronavirus pandemic caused thousands of flight cancellations, are taking their anger out on China's aviation regulator. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has been flooded with tens of thousands of social media comments criticising it and the Chinese government for the small number of flight options to bring home the people stranded overseas. Since March, the CAAC has drastically reduced the number of international flights due to concerns about infections brought in by arriving passengers.