A look at some of the top stories trending online today around the world including the latest news about the Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan, coronavirus updates and much more.
Pandemic unemployment benefits just expired. What will families do now? (NBC News)
Planes Chartered To Evacuate Americans And Others From Afghanistan Remain Grounded (NPR)
Afghanistan news: Taliban consolidates control, but women protesters still fight for rights (Washington Post)
Taliban look set to unveil new government after claiming Panjshir (NBC)
Ex-FBI official says law enforcement needs to take upcoming right-wing rally in
A look at some of the top stories trending online today around the world including the latest news and developments concerning Afghanistan, coronavirus updates and much more.
Biden: U.S on track to finish Afghanistan evacuations by Aug. 31 (Yahoo)
Afghanistan is ‘weeks to months’ from economic collapse, experts say (NBC News)
Taliban say they won’t allow Afghans to leave country, reject evacuation extension (CNN)
2 congressmen secretly visited Kabul during evacuation efforts (CBS)
World Bank halts aid to Afghanistan, ‘deeply concerned’ on prospects for women (CNBC)
Unfortunately, when a Hollywood legend of a certain age trends on Twitter, fans assume the worst — but thankfully that’s not the case with 91-year-old Gene Hackman.
The two-time Oscar winner’s name began trending on the social media service thanks to a tweet from film historian James L. Neibaur, who posted a picture of the iconic American actor, with a caption reading, “Gene Hackman retired from acting 17 years ago, but had this recent pic taken to show he is alive and well at 91, and living in New Mexico. He goes