The billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has remarried after her divorce from Amazon’s founder, Jeff Bezos. Her new husband, Dan Jewett, is a high school science teacher. He has pledged to work with her in giving away much of her billions. https://t.co/w24pTGhzxa
President Bashar al-Assad of Syria and his wife, Asma, have Covid-19. State media says they are stable and will quarantine at home for two or three weeks.
Syria is suffering from a grave financial crisis that Mr. al-Assad seems to have no way out of.
Prince Harry said his father, Prince Charles, had temporarily stopped taking his calls while he and Meghan were discussing how to step back from royal life.
“There’s a lot to work through there,” Harry said of his relationship with his father.
A New York City police officer was hospitalized in stable condition after being shot in the chest on Sunday while responding to an armed confrontation at an apartment building in Brooklyn, the authorities said. https://t.co/kIjEfa18MW
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Suicidal thoughts. An unborn baby’s skin tone. A father who stopped taking his son’s calls. Oprah’s interview with Meghan & Harry was that rarest of things — an impossibly hyped media event that actually lived up to its hype. https://t.co/MHDkoDcAKG
Kathleen Folbigg was called Australia’s “worst female serial killer.” In 2003, she was sentenced to 40 years in prison for smothering her four children.
Now, 90 leading scientists say new genetic evidence could prove her innocence.
A record number of women were elected to Parliament in Kosovo last month.
The surge reflects growing discontent with the corruption, criminality and poor governance that has blighted the country’s politics since it declared independence from Serbia.
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Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, said she asked a senior royal about the possibility of seeking medical care when she was having suicidal thoughts.
She was told it would not be possible because it “wouldn’t be good for the institution,” Meghan told Oprah. https://t.co/m4nzPBHoyX
In an explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, accused the British royal family of failing to protect them – both emotionally and financially. Here's what we learned. https://t.co/uj3ggv0hei
Child marriage is increasing at alarming levels in many countries, the UN says. The coronavirus pandemic is also reversing years of progress toward keeping young women in school. https://t.co/ZVXVZMZe18
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, told Oprah Winfrey about conversations that Prince Harry had had with his family on the subject of their then-unborn first child, Archie, and "how dark his skin might be.” https://t.co/JOcwxnB0kx
"I was trapped, but I didn't know I was trapped," Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey.
The Duke of Sussex also revealed that his father, Prince Charles, had stopped taking his calls while he and Meghan were planning to step back from royal life. https://t.co/MjDv492lqo
A large gathering that turned violent near the University of Colorado Boulder left multiple students bleeding and tear-gassed, at least two vehicles damaged and three SWAT officers injured, the police said. https://t.co/3KiXfaxc0F