Shake Shack Shrugs Off Trade War, Opens Outlet in Beijing
Antagonisms between China and the United States didn't stop Beijing’s burger lovers from standing in line for hours for a bite of Shake Shack’s snacks.
2022 World Cup Further Behind Schedule With Asian Games Off
All Asian qualifying games for the 2022 World Cup scheduled this year were postponed to 2021 on Wednesday, adding to a global fixture backlog for soccer’s biggest competition caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
3 Rajapaksas Sworn Into New Sri Lanka Cabinet After Election
Sri Lanka's president swore into office a new Cabinet on Wednesday that includes two of his brothers and a nephew, after a landslide election victory last week.
Iranian Hard-Liners in Parliament Reject President’s Nominee
Iranian hard-liners in parliament on Wednesday voted against President Hassan Rouhani’s nominee for trade minister in the first showdown between the rival camps since the house resumed work in May despite the struggles to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Australian Sailor Honored 77 Years After He Died Saving Crew
An Australian war hero will be awarded the nation’s top military honor more than 77 years after he was killed while saving some of his shipmates.
Outcry in Somalia as New Bill Would Allow Child Marriage
An outcry is rising in Somalia as parliament considers a bill that would allow child marriage once a girl's sexual organs mature and would allow forced marriage as long as the family gives their consent.
Boucher Witnesses NHL Marathon 20 Years After His 5 OT Game
Brian Boucher knew how it felt.
NHLPA’s Fehr Buoyed by 0 Positive Tests; ‘So Far So Good’
Zero players testing positive for COVID-19 in the two weeks since NHL teams arrived at their two respective playoff hub cities. And a powerful opening night statement on social and racial justice issues made by the league and its players.
Analysis: Lillard Has Enough Motivation for His Playoff Push
Damian Lillard has no shortage of motivation.
Spring College Football: When? How Much? Who Plays?
Back in April, not long after the pandemic canceled the NCAA basketball tournament, the idea of moving the 2020 college football to the spring of 2021 was already being tossed around.