President Donald Trump is stumping for Republican senators in Georgia facing January runoffs, while some in his party worry he may do more harm than good if he stays focused on personal grievances over his election loss.
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Tesla says Black people hold just 4% of its U.S. leadership roles
Black employees make up just 4% of Tesla Inc's American leadership roles and 10% of its total workforce in the country, the electric carmaker has disclosed in its first U.S. diversity report.
Fighting flares in Ethiopia's Tigray as army says closing in on rebellious force
Bombing, looting and skirmishes persisted in parts of Ethiopia's Tigray on Saturday, a rebellious force in the northern region said after government troops declared they were within days of capturing the group's leaders.
Firefighters move in on Southern California canyon blaze, aided by easing winds
Firefighters battling a blaze in a Southern California canyon made some progress toward containment but were up against more high winds and low humidity on Friday, which threatened to stoke the flames that forced thousands to evacuate.
Revamped, less political, UNESCO sets sights on tricky U.S. return
Four years after the United States quit UNESCO, the United Nations' cultural agency, over accusations of anti-Israel bias, diplomats say the Paris-based body has managed to put its house in order, potentially easing the way for Washington's return.
China, U.S. need to proceed together with 'good will': Chinese envoy
China and the United States need to proceed together with "good will" to improve relations, the Chinese ambassador to Washington said on Saturday, as ties remained fraught between the world's two biggest economic powers.
U.S. decision to withdraw troops dismays some Somalis
President Donald Trump's decision to pull U.S. troops out of Somalia in the waning days of his presidency triggered dismay on Saturday from some Somalis, who appealed to the incoming U.S. president to reverse the decision.
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