Pakistan PM suspends police amid outrage over child's murder

PESHAWAR/ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has suspended police accused of being slow to investigate the abduction and murder of a 10-year-old girl in a case that has sparked national outrage, a minister said on Thursday. The family of the murdered girl, Farishta, say that they reported her missing on May 15 but the police i

Huawei's Fate Hanging in Balance Amid 'Tariff Man' Trump's Trade War – Scholars

Donald Trump's anti-Huawei crusade is gaining steam with major tech corporations suspending cooperation with the Chinese telecom company. American and British observers have weighed up Huawei's chances of withstanding the pressure and expressed hope that the upcoming Xi-Trump G20 meeting may contribute to the revival of US-China trade talks.

Trump’s Walkout Hits a Wall

Real, pretend or imaginary—it doesn’t matter. The president needs to replace the theatrical tantrum with a political tactic that works.

Gardeners urged to let lawns run wild and count flowers to help save bees

'We're helping turn our famous trimmed green lawns into riots of colour with buttercups, daises and dandelions,' say campaigners

'Extremely stable genius': Trump defends his mental fitness as he tears into Pelosi

The speaker says he needs "an intervention." The president says "she's lost it."

Zara Larsson has her final say on the James Charles drama

'I'm sorry for getting involved.'

Trump Is Set To Deal A Major Blow To Grad Student Unions

His nominees to the National Labor Relations Board are going to decide whether graduate students who teach can unionize and bargain collectively.

ITF announces changes to World Tennis Tour

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced a major change to "optimize" the structure of lower-rung professional tournaments, six months after launching the World Tennis Tour.

Albania government denies links to organised crime

Protesters say the government in Tirana has failed to crack down on criminal gangs.

The programmer who created Python isn't interested in mentoring white guys

The open-source community needs to address its unconscious bias, according to influential coder Guido van Rossum.

Danny Trejo reveals struggle with erectile dysfunction

“Every man on earth has experienced this, and if you say no, you’re lying and I’m calling you a liar,” he said.

Chemical scandal involving Bayer, Dow & L’oreal is ‘playing with the lives of people’

The lack of detail in the scandal over a breach in EU chemical safety laws by major producers is “a big danger” and gives only a glimpse into the real scale of the issue, Jorgen Maier, the head of a German environmental NGO, says.