[Contact]

Daily breaking news

πŸ”’
❌ About FreshRSS
There are new available articles, click to refresh the page.
Today β€” December 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Malaysia Files Criminal Charges Against Goldman Sachs Over 1MDB Scandal

By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and SHARON TAN

In the wake of a scandal that brought down the country’s former prime minister, the Malaysian government is seeking fines in excess of $2.7 billion.

Explosion in Japan Injures Dozens in Crowded Pub

By DANIEL VICTOR

The blast in Sapporo was powerful enough to shatter windows across the street.

France’s Far Right Sees Gold in Yellow-Vest Movement

By ANDREW HIGGINS

National Front leaders are trying to turn protests that have left much of France in upheaval to their purposes. But it may be a double-edge sword.

Wilson Ramos Said to Reach Two-Year Deal With Mets

By JAMES WAGNER

Ramos, an All-Star with the Rays last season, gives the Mets a veteran catcher who could be a potent right-handed batter in a lineup full of left-handers.

Ryan Zinke’s Legal Troubles Are Far From Over

By JULIE TURKEWITZ

Investigations into the departing interior secretary’s actions will probably not end with his resignation, and may cloud his political future.

Dr. Google Is a Liar

By HAIDER WARRAICH

Fake news threatens our democracy. Fake medical news threatens our lives.

They Grabbed Her Baby and Arrested Her at a Welfare Office. Now She’s Speaking Out.

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL and NIKITA STEWART

Jazmine Headley has become a cause célèbre for New Yorkers who depend on food stamps and public assistance, but say they are often met with hostility at city offices.

Irwin Hollander, Master Lithographer Who Revived Fine Art, Dies at 90

By ROBERTA SMITH

Mr. Hollander persuaded Willem de Kooning, Robert Motherwell and other Abstract Expressionists to try their hands at lithography at his Manhattan workshop. Their proofs became some of his best work.

Past Oxford’s Dreaming Spires, an Artist Shows a Different View

By ANDREW DICKSON

A new exhibition by the artist Penny Woolcock shows that, contrary to tourist clichés, England’s famous university city is blighted by poverty and inequality.

Acclaimed Photographer Arrested in Far West China, Wife Says

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

Lu Guang disappeared early last month while visiting the sensitive Xinjiang region where hundreds of thousands of Muslims are held in internment camps. Now the police have confirmed his arrest.

Shaqiri’s Two Goals Lift Liverpool Past Manchester United

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Xherdan Shaqiri came off the bench and scored twice off deflected shots as Liverpool rose to the top of the Premier League standings.

A British Hockey Player Lands in Canada

By DHIREN MAHIBAN

Liam Kirk, 18, is from England and is playing in a junior league to pursue his N.H.L. dream. But he is already a commercial phenom in a sport that is growing back home.

Bears 24, Packers 17: Bears Clinch N.F.C. North With Revenge Game Win Over Packers

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

Chicago kept the heat on Aaron Rodgers, who was sacked five times and threw his first interception in more than 400 attempts.

❌