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Calls for tax rebate for art donations after historic BNZ collection auction

New Zealand needs to introduce a tax rebate to encourage the donation of significant artworks to national galleries and collections, experts say, after dozens of nationally-significant artworks were sold to private owners at auction at the weekend. On Sunday Webb’s auctioned 50 artworks from the Bank of New Zealand art collection, totalling sales of more … Read more

Winzo sues Google to stop new gaming policy, calls it discriminatory

Indian online gaming platform Winzo has sued Google to stop the tech giant from allowing real-money games for fantasy sports and rummy on its platform, saying that Google’s doing so was discriminatory, a legal filing seen by Reuters showed. Winzo offers paid games in those categories but also in many others, such … Read more

Gounardes calls on DOT to create signage to stop e-bike drivers on sidewalks

A delivery worker rides an e-bike. Photo by Will Hasty State Senator Andrew Gounardes sent a letter to the NYC Department of Transportation to create new signs for e-bike drivers to help decrease the number of accidents caused by them. In the letter sent in August, he suggested that the DOT install signs stating that … Read more

Queen Elizabeth biographer calls her funeral a ‘facade,’ demands ‘atonement’ for slavery

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Biographer Clive Irving slammed the funeral ceremonies for Queen Elizabeth II Monday as a “facade” without “atonement” for the sin of slavery by the monarchy as an institution over centuries. When MSNBC correspondent Katy Tur suggested Irving had referred to the pomp of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral … Read more

China calls for stronger alignment of development strategies with Cuba: Chinese FM

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Monday, hailing the bilateral ties between Beijing and Havana while stressing the need for a stronger alignment of the two countries’ development strategies. The meeting between the two diplomats came as they were both in New York attending … Read more

Sen. Durbin says his son was a victim of PPP fraud, calls for more oversight of federal COVID-19 funds

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., pushed for more federal oversight of COVID-19 relief funds on Monday, saying that his own family was victim to fraud related to the Paycheck Protection Program.  “I think that a lot of money was wasted and stolen,” Durbin told reporters on Capitol Hill.  … Read more

Charlamagne Tha God calls DeSantis ‘genius’ for exposing Democrat ‘hypocrisy’ on illegal immigration

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Media personality Charlamagne Tha God gave props to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for exposing Democrat hypocrisy during Thursday night’s episode of Comedy Central’s “Hell of a Week.” Charlamagne gave kudos to governors like DeSantis for trolling Democrat leaders by sending illegal immigrants to liberal areas where they … Read more

Former swimmer Tewksbury calls queen’s funeral ‘personal,’ proud to represent Canada

Former Canadian swim star Mark Tewksbury was among thousands to honour Queen Elizabeth II at her funeral Monday in London. A funeral that was “personal” to him. Tewksbury, a three-time Olympic gold medallist and a member of the Order of Canada, was among a list of dignitaries Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced last week that … Read more

Chicago Officer ‘Coded Out’ Old 911 Calls amid Downtown Revelry

Chicago police grappled with Mexican Independence Day crowds over the weekend, which caused problems for 911 callers. Calls became backlogged because there were no officers available. Early Saturday, the majority of calls from people in two districts were several hours old, according to a CWB Chicago article published Monday: But a high-ranking Chicago police leader … Read more

Teacher Calls Whiteness ‘Poison,’ Fosters ‘Racially Stressful Encounters’

A teacher at an elite private school in California’s Pacific Palisades called whiteness “poison” and pledged to expose white students to “racially stressful encounters,” in a letter obtained exclusively by Breitbart News. Victoria Rosenberg, who teaches middle school English at the NAIS-affiliated St. Matthew’s Parish School, began her letter by lauding Critical Race Theory conferences … Read more