Former Venezuela Supreme Court judge flees to U.S., denounces Maduro

Former Venezuelan Supreme Court Justice Christian Zerpa has fled to the United States to protest President Nicolas Maduro’s second term that will begin with his inauguration this week, the onetime Maduro backer told a Miami broadcaster on Sunday.

I was racially abused by fellow player, says Spurs’ Hector

Tottenham Ladies defender Renee Hector says she was racially abused by an opposition player at Sheffield United on Sunday.

English footballer Rooney arrested in December in U.S. for public intoxication

English football star Wayne Rooney was arrested in December at Dulles Airport outside Washington, D.C. for public intoxication, according to local police.

Nigerian military raids paper after Boko Haram article, paper says

Nigerian soldiers raided the offices of the country’s Daily Trust newspaper and arrested two of its journalists following an article about the military’s fight against Islamist militants in the northeast, the newspaper said on Sunday.

How Pelosi’s ‘No Wall’ Triggers Trump’s Dangerous Narcissism

Trump refusing to take Pelosi’s “NO” for an answer has turned the government shutdown into a #MeToo moment for the whole country.