Big US technology companies are exploiting loopholes in global tax rules to avoid paying as much as $2.8 billion (£2.1 billion) tax a year in developing countries, according to research by the anti-poverty charity ActionAid International.
A black woman who was shot and wounded inside a vehicle by a police officer who also fatally shot her 19-year-old partner on Saturday told about 200 people gathered at an emotional rally in suburban Chicago that she’s fighting “to be strong” for her son.
More than a hundred thousand Californians have bought a gun since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, a new report has found, in a surge of gun sales that has experts worried about the risk of suicide and deadly instances of domestic violence.
Australian police are investigating the alleged transfer of Vatican funds to Australia amid the prosecution of former Vatican treasurer George Pell for child sex abuse and have referred the matter to an anti-corruption body.
An Indian scientific panel said the onset of winter and upcoming festivals could lead to a significant rise of up to 2.6 million coronavirus cases a month in the country if the rules in place to check the spread of the disease are relaxed.
Demon Lane says his east Baltimore neighborhood will still be blighted by drug dealing, deadly gunfire, rat-infested vacant houses and hopelessness, no matter who wins United States’ presidential election in November.