2 women caned for ‘attempting lesbian sex’ in Malaysia
A witness to the caning, Thilaga Sulathireh of the group Justice for Sisters , blasted the punishment as torture. Malaysia is seen as a moderate and stable Muslim-majority country, but Islamic conservatism is on the rise.
Senate Democrats demand 100,000 withheld Kavanaugh records
If confirmed, he'll replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, who has been a swing vote in favor of abortion rights. Bush directed them to err 'on the side of transparency and disclosure, and we believe we have done so'.
Simon Mignolet hits out at 'bizarre' Loris Karius loan
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has questioned the club's decision to let Loris Karius leave Anfield ahead of him this summer. I don't know what my future with Liverpool looks like. "Nothing decided.
Google Pixel Watch delayed as Google focuses on Wear OS
What good we see in this device is the absence of the weird notch at the top, which we will get to see in the Pixel 3 XL. They're expected to be launched sometime in October alongside new Google Home speakers and possibly a new Pixelbook.
John McCain wrote a farewell letter to America before he died
McCain will lie in state at the Arizona state capitol on Wednesday, followed by a memorial service in Phoenix on Thursday. McCain's congressional colleagues and personal allies - as well as his adversaries - issued statements of their own.
Seeded Simona Halep makes history with first-round US Open loss
World No. 44 Kanepi was a quarter-finalist in Flushing Meadows previous year , but her form has been unremarkable this season. Halep, however, has already secured her rank through the tournament, so she will remain No. 1.
'Everybody wants it': Pep Guardiola on how to win the Champions League
We have many and we have to take those decisions for the way the opponents play and what I see every day. We try to work hard again and the next game we will be ready to play again".
Rodgers signs record extension with the Packers
Although it seems the Packers have front-loaded his new deal, being the highest-paid player ever comes with lofty expectations. Especially one where the Chiefs dealt away one of the league's biggest stars, Marcus Peters.
Steady rate hikes protect U.S. recovery: Fed chief
The Fed is widely expected to resume doing so at its next policy meeting late next month. Inflation, meanwhile, is near the Fed's 2 percent target range.
New Yorker capitulates after liberal outrage over Steve Bannon interview
It's likely that Bannon will treat the New Yorker decision as a victory, said columnist Nesrine Malik of The Guardian . He said he would consider interviewing him instead in a "traditionally more journalistic" setting in the future.