Jamie Foxx on ‘pure evil’ of Buffalo shooting: ‘This is our history … this is our present’

Celebrities are speaking out after a gunman killed 10 people at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, during a fatal shooting.



Here are the key House primaries to watch Tuesday

• Live updates: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho and Oregon primaries
• Analysis: Pennsylvania’s primaries could tug the entire country to the right
• KFILE: GOP Senate candidate said she was leading buses to DC for ‘our 1776 moment’ on Jan. 6, 2021
• 7 things to watch in Tuesday’s primaries


Queen Elizabeth makes a surprise visit at Paddington Station to mark new subway line: ‘Fantastic to see her’

Queen Elizabeth, who has been plagued with mobility issues, was accompanied by her son Prince Edward and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.


Rooftop Revelations: Worship of race and politics is dismantling America, Pastor Brooks says

On the 159th day of his rooftop vigil, Pastor Corey Brooks shared his thoughts on the violence tearing apart American communities from Chicago to Buffalo.


PSG player Idrissa Gueye criticised for not playing in anti-homophobia day game

A group fighting homophobia in football has called on the French league and Paris Saint-Germain to ask player Idrissa Gueye for an explanation after he missed a game last week amid reports that he refused to play because he did not want to wear a rainbow-coloured number on the back of his jersey.


Migrant encounters hit new high in April, nearly 97K removed under Title 42

The number of reported migrant encounters along the US-Mexico border soared to a new high of 234,088 in April — the most in the history of the Department of Homeland Security.


Former Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski credited with $13.7M in compensation for 2020 calendar year

Coach K received the largest single-year pay for a college coach not connected to a buyout since USA TODAY Sports began tracking coaches’ pay in 2006.



Analysis: A state where Donald Trump’s endorsement doesn’t seem to matter much

There’s a political civil war happening today in Idaho, where Republican Gov. Brad Little is trying to fight off a primary challenge from his own lieutenant governor, Janice McGeachin.


Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner ‘unfortunate victim of a carjacking,’ team says

Toronto Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner was carjacked at gunpoint on Monday night just outside of a movie theater, according to multiple reports.


Biden transgender health mandate blocked by federal court in Christian alliance’s appeal

A federal district court Monday temporarily blocked the enforcement of two Biden administration mandates related to transgender medical procedures and counseling.