A man in Australia has been arrested after allegedly placing fake QR labels over official Covid-19 check-in signs in South Plympton, Adelaide.
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An idea to host an Easter egg hunt in the dorms was shot down at Western Carolina University because it’s not inclusive enough, with a housing director telling student RAs “we can’t assume that all of our residents celebrate Easter.”
U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement was scheduled to participate in UC Berkeley’s annual Career Fair.
Social media users "may be put at risk" because of delays to an inquest into the death of a teenage girl.
With the COVID-19 vaccine rollout proceeding at an erratic pace, Tulane University medical student Brad Johnson had an idea: Turn young New Orleans-area citizens into “vaccine hunters.”
Software giant Github has apologised for firing a Jewish employee who warned co-workers to be careful about Nazis.
Three professors argued that birth certificate sex designations should be reconsidered because of “ harmful effects... on intersex and transgender people.”
Adrian Smith was shocked to find that a photo of him as an eight-year-old had become an internet meme.
On a busy Monday afternoon in late October, a line of people in reflective vests stood on Happiness Avenue, in downtown Beijing.
Microsoft is being questioned by the US government over whether a diversity initiative amounts to racial discrimination.