· Tulsa race massacre: Search continues for mass grave site from 1921 →
Lawmakers from Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party scuffle with people from the main opposition Kuomintang party, who have been occupying the Legislature Yuan, in Taipei
The China Post
· Biden unveils $2 trillion climate plan with energy revamp →
The issue is politically sensitive in some key battleground states such as Pennsylvania, and Biden limited his opposition to new fracking permits during the primary.
· The palace letters: what Charteris revealed to Kerr about UK unions and Labour →
Kerr’s move to force Whitlam’s reforming leftwing government from office, after the conservative opposition had blocked appropriation bills in the upper house of parliament, remains one of the most controversial moments in modern Australian politics.
The China Post
· Thousands of protesting Israelis call on Netanyahu to resign →
Now, the main source of opposition to Netanyahu is in the streets.
· Retail Worth Zero? A Deep Dive Into Just One Of H&R's Malls →
While we believe the community is already supportive, we cannot recall a single instance of community opposition to a major development succeeding.
· Joe Biden signals possible support for ending filibuster that could completely change how US laws are made →
In 2013, then-Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada convinced his party to do away with the 60-vote threshold for judicial nominees since opposition from the Republican minority was causing a logjam.
· European ministers seek options to stop West Bank annexation →
His government, under a deal signed with the former opposition party, set 1 July to begin that process, although delays were expected and few preparations have been made.
The New York Times
· Aide Posts Cartoon Mocking Fauci After White House Denies Undermining Him →
When asked on Monday if White House aides were engaged in campaign-style opposition research against Dr. Fauci, Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary, said that the White House had simply been responding to questions from reporters.
· NEET: Tamil Nadu Cabinet approves 7.5% quota for govt school students in medical admission →
Tamil Nadu had earlier sought exemption from NEET, which has faced stiff opposition from political parties, including the DMK, citing the welfare of students, especially those from rural areas.