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The US recorded more than 1,100 daily coronavirus deaths for the 2nd day in a row, with Southern states reporting more than 700 of them

Israel keeps blowing up military targets in Iran, hoping to force a confrontation before Trump can be voted out in November, sources say

Sweden's coronavirus death toll is now approaching zero, but experts are warning others not to hail it as a success

Trump's niece, Mary, says his reelection would spell 'the end of American democracy'

Ghislaine Maxwell has been moved to a jail where she will be cavity searched and may get beaten by other inmates for credibility, former warden says

The WHO changed its coronavirus timeline to say it got its first report about the virus on the internet, not from Chinese authorities

Russia voted to pass a law that claims to limit presidential power, but a cynical loophole means Putin can rule until 2036

Russian influencers and bloggers say they were offered as much as $100,000 to support Putin's bid to extend his term to 2036

Trump was golfing and uncontactable for hours when aides tried to get him to delete his post of a fan chanting 'white power,' report says

Kellyanne Conway, who once said the term 'kung flu' was offensive, now says Trump can use the racial slur because Americans must blame China

8 nonwhite corrections officers say their supervisor forbade them from guarding Derek Chauvin, saying they would be a 'liability,' according to discrimination lawsuit

Trump officials are anonymously admitting that TikTokers and K-pop fans likely helped tank his Tulsa rally, despite vigorously denying it in public

Melania Trump gives the president modelling tips to look slimmer and more defined in photos, according to new book

Chinese officials want Trump to win reelection because he is 'destroying US alliances' and won't unite to fight Beijing

China's enormous response to a localised coronavirus outbreak at a market shows it's taking COVID-19 far more seriously than the rest of the world

Some of the National Guard troops tasked to police DC were just out of training and driving armoured cars without military licenses, report says

US diplomats around the world say Pompeo is leaving them in the dark as they face tough questions from foreign countries on the George Floyd protests

The US government's supply of remdesivir — the only drug proved to treat the coronavirus — is due to run out at the end of June

Brazil is easing restrictions even though coronavirus deaths are at their highest, with President Bolsonaro saying death is 'everyone's destiny'

Hong Kongers were banned from marking 31 years since the Tiananmen Square massacre, but they're turning out anyway. It may be for the last time.