Google employees form new labor union in United States
In a rare move among Silicon Valley giants, over 200 employees at Google and its parent company Alphabet have formed a labor union. Their move coincides with growing scrutiny of influential high-tech operators worldwide.
Pig guts fly in Taiwan parliament protest
Opposition lawmakers hurled pig organs inside Taiwan's parliament on Friday to protest the government's decision to ease restrictions on pork imports from the United States. Taiwan's notoriously rambunctious legislature frequently sees chaotic clashes between rival lawmakers but Friday's scuffles were particularly novel. Lawmakers from the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) party dumped buckets of pork offal on the debating chamber floor and then proceeded to hurl intestines, hearts, liver and other organs at their rivals.
To be in your 20s during a pandemic: French youth share fears and hopes about post Covid-19 world
In the United States, lawmakers of colour wonder whether Joe Biden will deliver on his vow to build a government that better reflects diversities. We also hear from 30 young people who spoke to a French newspaper about what it's like to grow up in the midst of a pandemic. Finally, we look at the unveiling of a statue in Britain which is set to receive a less-than-flattering welcome.
Profile of US president-elect Joe Biden
A profile of US president-elect Joe Biden, who will succeed Donald Trump as 46th president of the United States.
Coronavirus digest: US tops 100,000 new cases for first time
The record caseload comes as the United States remains embroiled in its most contentious election in a generation. Hospitalizations have soared to their highest level in three months. Follow DW for the latest.
US election: Early voting shines light on fight over voter suppression
One person, one vote: It's the law of the land in the United States. But voting advocacy groups argue that isn't the case for minorities — and say Georgia is a case in point this election cycle.
Liberia wants US to help solve suspicious deaths of tax officials
President George Weah turned to the United States for help after the deaths of four Liberian tax officials provoked public suspicion and outrage. The West African country has been grappling with corruption.
'Made in Hong Kong' sauce factory suffers as US-China tensions deepen
At the Koon Chun Sauce Factory workers are scrambling to cover hundreds of thousands of bottles with new "Made in China" labels as the popular Hong Kong brand falls victim to spiralling diplomatic tensions. Founded nearly a century ago, the family owned factory has been churning out culinary staples such as soy, hoisin and oyster sauces found in Chinese restaurants and kitchens around the world. But from November it can no longer place the words "Made in Hong Kong" on any products exported to the United States.
Unrest in the United States: The rise of self-styled vigilantes
In this week's show, we look at the civil unrest that continues to grip many American cities. We bring you a report which looks at the rising number of pro-Trump and right-wing vigilante groups.
Hushpuppi trial fixed for October 12
Nigerian Instagram celebrity Ramon Abbas popularly known as Hushpuppi has been arraigned in a court in California, United States, ahead of his trial on the 13th of October.