“Life has changed a lot. Number one — we are stuck at the house, which is what prompted this,” George Shapow explained.
US couple's parking lot breakfast routine attracts national attention
A fire inside a police union building led authorities in Portland, Oregon, to declare a riot and force protesters away from the offices as violent demonstrations continue in the city that had hoped for calm after federal agents withdrew more than a week ago.
Riot declared as fire burns in Portland police union offices
People have been left scratching their heads after a video of a 'skinny house' went viral on TikTok.
'Skinny house' for sale is puzzling viewers as they don't understand how to live in it
Germany and France have challenged Washington’s role in leading talks over reforming the World Health Organization, citing the US decision to quit the global body.
Germany, France challenge US role in WHO reforms
Beijing’s top representative office in Hong Kong said on Saturday that sanctions imposed by Washington on senior Hong Kong and Chinese officials were “clowning actions” that would not frighten or intimidate Chinese people.
US sanctions branded 'clowning actions' as HK vows it won't be intimidated
The percentage of adults who lack access to healthy food has more than doubled in the United States over the past 20 years, an analysis published by JAMA Network Open revealed.
18% of Americans lack access to high-quality, healthy food
Looking for a new way to communicate during the pandemic? A US company has created phone booth-sized machines to beam live holograms into your living room.
Tired of Zoom calls? Company offers at-home hologram machines
US hiring slowed in July as the coronavirus outbreak worsened, and the government’s jobs report offered signs that the economic damage from the pandemic could last far longer than many observers originally envisioned.
US hiring slows amid signs of longer-lasting economic damage
China and Russia are likely to veto an American effort to extend a United Nations arms embargo against Iran before it expires in October, US Ambassador to the UN Kelly Craft said.
US envoy: China, Russia likely to veto arms embargo bid on Iran
Amnesty International said it has documented 125 separate instances of violence against protesters for racial justice in the US over an 11-day period earlier this summer.
Amnesty International documents 125 incidents of US police violence against protesters

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