(Reuters) -- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said Tuesday he has granted pardons to Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple who drew international attention for brandishing guns at racial justice protesters last year.
NEW YORK (Reuters) — Roller skaters flocked to New York City’s Central Park on a hot summer afternoon to sweat out their stress, twirling, shimmying and doing the splits as a DJ pumped out party tunes.
NAMYANGJU, South Korea — South Korean health workers staffing COVID-19 testing centers in the summer heat can now take a minute to peel off their heavy protective suits and cool down in government-provided ‘recovery buses’ equipped with air conditioning, cold water and snacks.
The divorce between Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates, cofounders of one of the world’s largest private charitable foundations, was finalized on Monday, a court document showed. The couple filed for divorce on May 3 after 27 years of marriage, but pledged to continue their philanthropic wo…
Unprompted, actor Matt Damon decided to tell the Sunday Times — and the world — that he finally stopped using the "F-slur for a homosexual" months ago after one of his daughters informed him it's wrong.
Amanda Knox, the former American college student who was acquitted twice in Italy over the slaying of her roommate, is not happy about the latest Hollywood take on the sensational story that garnered worldwide attention.
Lollapalooza announced that rapper DaBaby would not be performing at the music festival Sunday following his recent homophobic and sexist comments, which set off a week of intense criticism directed at the artist.