Twitter wins lawsuit over Singapore tech firm’s failure to trademark bird logo

SINGAPORE: A Singapore-founded tech start-up is unable to register its bird logo as a trademark after a Supreme Court rejected its appeal, which US-based Twitter opposed. VV Technology, a technology start-up behind a mobile application that serves as a user’s smart personal concierge, filed an application in September 2018 to register its application mark of … Read more

The Saudi prince’s new title is key to evading a murder trial

WASHINGTON (AP) — It raised eyebrows six weeks ago when Saudi Arabia’s elderly King Salman appointed his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, as prime minister. The laws of the kingdom designate the king as prime minister. King Salman had to make a temporary exception to loan the title, while at the same time making … Read more

Lunar eclipse captured over Long Island, New York

A lunar eclipse was seen over New York early Tuesday, Nov. 8, as residents woke up on Election Day. These images were posted to Facebook by local photographer My New York, who said they captured it in Long Island just after 5 a.m. on Tuesday morning. According to NASA, this was the last total lunar … Read more

Surprising new detail on Prince Harry Spare’s memoir

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Granite City Tattooist Wins Suit Over Work For WWE Superstar | St. Louis Metro News | St. Louis

click to enlarge Randy Orton, taking center stage, was in the middle of a lawsuit over a video game and its tattoos. Last week, a Granite City tattoo artist who inked professional wrestler Randy Orton won her longstanding lawsuit against a video game company over using her creative work in three video games. On Friday, … Read more

Thousands wait in the cold to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

LONDON — Thousands of people spent the coldest night in London in months, huddled in line to view Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin, and authorities warned arriving mourners on Saturday that arriving mourners will face a 16-hour wait. Police arrested a man after what the force described as a “disruption” Friday night at Parliament’s Westminster Hall, … Read more

Queen Elizabeth II lays in state as crowd pays respect

LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II’s casket left Buckingham Palace for the last time on Wednesday, carried on a horse-drawn carriage and saluted by cannons and Big Ben’s tolls, in a solemn procession through the flag-draped, crowd-lined streets from London to Westminster Hall. There, a steady stream of mourners paid their respects to Britain’s longest-reigning … Read more

Queen Elizabeth II rests in Saint Gilles Cathedral for thanksgiving, as it happened

The royal editor of The Sunday Times in the UK, Roya Nikkah, says only working members of the royal family will wear uniforms at the five ceremonial events during the Queen’s morning period, which will conclude at the end of the state funeral next Monday. Prince Andrew, the Duke of Sussex, will wear it as … Read more

Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Prime Minister Kishida May Attend Queen Elizabeth’s Funeral: Reports

TOKYO: Japanese Emperor Naruhito plans to attend the funeral of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, while Prime Minister Fumio Kishida may also attend, Japanese media reported. It would be Naruhito’s first foreign trip since he took the throne in May 2019. Empress Masako has also expressed a desire to attend, and the Japanese government is arranging their … Read more

Queen Elizabeth II Dies: King Charles III Delivers First Speech To Nation After Queen’s Death, Live Updates

Queen Elizabeth visited Australia 16 times during her long reign. In 1963, the monarch and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, went to Alice Springs, who later described the journey as a highlight of the royal tour of Australia that year. Local historian Stuart Traynor says the excitement was feverish then? the royal family stepped … Read more