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Myanmar court sets Oct. 1 for Suu Kyi corruption trial Myanmar court sets Oct. 1 for Suu Kyi corruption trial 09/17/2021 03:10am • BANGKOK (AP) A trial of Myanmars ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi on corruption charges is set to begin on Oct. 1, a member of her legal team said Friday. Lawyer Khin Maung Zaw said a judge declared the trial would be held at the Special Court in the capital Naypyitaw on every other Friday. He RYDER CUP '21: A trivia quiz from a century of the matches RYDER CUP '21: A trivia quiz from a century of the matches 09/16/2021 09:15am • How well do you know your Ryder Cup history? Try this quiz ahead of the 43rd Ryder Cup matches at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin: FRIDAY FOURSOMES 1. Lee Westwood has had 13 partners in the Ryder Cup. Who was his first one? a.) Darren Clarke b.) Nick Faldo c.) Padraig Harrington 2. After Cuba opens door to more private business, but red tape looms Cuba opens door to more private business, but red tape looms 09/16/2021 05:04am • HAVANA (AP) Opening a small business is a bureaucratic headache in many parts of the world. In Cuba, it's an adventure in largely unknown territory. Most sorts of private businesses have been banned for more than 50 years, even if hundreds of thousands of Cubans in recent years have taken advant At London's Old Vic, 'Camp Siegfried' probes American Nazis At London's Old Vic, 'Camp Siegfried' probes American Nazis 09/15/2021 11:49pm • LONDON (AP) What could be more American than summer camp? It has fresh air, sailing, cookouts and, in Bess Wohls new play, swastikas. Camp Siegfried is based on a real-life camp on Long Island in the 1930s that indoctrinated young German-Americans into Nazi ideology. The play has it Hong Kong Residents Moving to the United Kingdom After China Crackdown 09/15/2021 08:00pm • Editor's note: This article is part of a report examining the impact Hong Kong's National Security Law is having on that territory, countries around the world and China's geopolitical ambitions. LONDON -- When a three-bedroom rental house recently came on the market in Reading, a small city of arou Car prices are about to soar again, thanks to Hurricane Ida Car prices are about to soar again, thanks to Hurricane Ida 09/15/2021 02:23am • Just when car prices looked like they were edging down from their record highs, they're heading skyward again. It's Hurricane Ida's fault. Ida caused widespread flooding from Louisiana, where it came ashore as a hurricane on August 29, to the heavily populated Northeast, where its remnants hit ha US consumer prices rise 0.3% in August, lowest in 7 months US consumer prices rise 0.3% in August, lowest in 7 months 09/14/2021 05:56am • WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. consumer prices rose a lower-than-expected 0.3% last month, the smallest increase in seven months and a hopeful sign that a recent jump in inflation may be cooling. The August gain was weaker than the 0.5% increase in July and a 0.9% surge in June, the Labor Department repor Fence returning to Capitol amid 'online chatter' about rally Fence returning to Capitol amid 'online chatter' about rally 09/13/2021 01:28pm • WASHINGTON (AP) Congressional security officials have approved the reinstallation of a temporary fence around the Capitol as they prepare for a Saturday rally in defense of the rioters who stormed the building on Jan. 6. The Capitol Police said in a statement that officials are aware of conc Capitol Police say they're ready for so-called 'Justice for J6' rally Capitol Police say they're ready for so-called 'Justice for J6' rally 09/13/2021 01:27pm • It has been more than eight months since a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol in an effort to stop the certification of President Bidens 2020 election victory. Since then, federal authorities have arrested hundreds of people in connection with the Jan. 6 insurrection. A rally will be held Need help with rent or utilities? Check out the STAY DC program Need help with rent or utilities? Check out the STAY DC program 09/13/2021 07:30am • This content is sponsored by DC DMPED. Assistance with rent and utilities is still available after The District achieves a federal milestone for Emergency Rental Assistance. Restaurants and other public spaces may be easing their COVID restrictions, but that doesnt mean the impacts of the p DC rents are rising for 'lifestyle renters' DC rents are rising for 'lifestyle renters' 09/13/2021 04:38am • Rapidly rising home prices are being eclipsed now by rapidly rising rents. Rental market data company Yardi Matrix reports nationwide, apartment rents across all classes in August were up more than 10% from a year earlier, the largest leap it has ever recorded and besting the previous record set What Is a SPAC? 6 Best SPACs to Invest In 09/12/2021 08:00pm • 6 top SPAC stocks investors should know.The rise of SPACs, or special-purpose acquisition companies, has been something to behold. Rather than go public through an initial public offering, more private companies are opting to debut on stock exchanges via an acquisition at the hands of a SPAC, a publ Ida deals new blow to Louisiana schools struggling to reopen Ida deals new blow to Louisiana schools struggling to reopen 09/12/2021 08:05am • LULING, La. (AP) Tara Williams three little boys run shirtless, because most of their clothes were swept away, and they stack milk crates beneath a blazing sun because their toys are all gone too. Their apartment is barely more than a door dangling from a frame, the roof obliterated, most eve 'Suspicious vehicle' near Tidal Basin found to contain airsoft guns 'Suspicious vehicle' near Tidal Basin found to contain airsoft guns 09/11/2021 12:57pm • Authorities are investigated a suspicious vehicle near the Tidal Basin in Southwest D.C. and two people were detained when a truck with visible airsoft guns parked in the swan boat rental parking lot, according to police. U.S. Park Police and D.C. police responded to the scene around 3 p.m. when From COVID to Ida: Louisiana's marginalized 'see no way out' From COVID to Ida: Louisiana's marginalized 'see no way out' 09/11/2021 03:31am • CHALMETTE, La. (AP) Darkness set in for Natasha Blunt well before Hurricane Ida knocked out power across Louisiana. Months into the pandemic, she faced eviction from her New Orleans apartment. She lost her job at a banquet hall. She suffered two strokes. And she struggled to help her 5-year-old
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