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The state has become the first in the US to pass the law, which aims to tackle gender stereotypes.
Call Her Daddy host Alex Cooper has relaunched her podcast after getting a huge deal with Spotify.
Aman Khalili had asked Joe Biden for help 13 years after he rescued the then-senator from a storm.
Ailing Czech President Milos Zeman is famously fond of liquor and provocative jokes.
People, especially religious minorities, now fear for their safety in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Two architects are determined to showcase the architecture of Africa to the world - past and present.
Former soldiers and police are among Afghans trying to evade a crackdown at the Turkey-Iran border.
In an upcoming comic the new reiteration of Superman, Jon Kent, will be pictured in a same-sex kiss.
Hundreds of Bangaldeshis took over empty properties in London in the 1970s, demanding better housing.
Andrew Watson was a trailblazer who helped shape how football is played today. For decades he was lost to history.
Despite recent tax rises, there is limited scope to spend more on public services, says the IFS.
Outages of Facebook and its family of apps now lead to significant disruption for firms worldwide
Wales' last two World Cup qualifiers at home to Belarus and Belgium in November will be like "two cup finals", says manager Robert Page.
Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".
Fully vaccinated travellers from nations including the UK will no longer need to quarantine.
Germany become the first team to join hosts Qatar at the 2022 World Cup with a thumping victory in North Macedonia.
Wales scrape past Estonia with an unconvincing win in Tallinn to keep their hopes of finishing second in their World Cup qualifying group in their own hands.
Police say work at the scene of the crash is "highly complex" and is likely to go on into Tuesday.
Journalist Maria Ressa was the only woman to win a Nobel Prize this year, and just the 58th in history.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng requests support for industries hit by soaring energy costs.