After a series of critical posts, ex-lawmaker Katie Hill says her former Twitter account was hacked.
With tens of thousands already out of work, travel industry groups warn another 1.3 million jobs could be lost if Congress and the White House fail to reach agreement on coronavirus relief soon.
A Kenyan court found two suspects guilty and acquitted another for their roles in the 2013 attack. The men were charged with conspiring to commit terrorism and aiding a terrorist group.
The chain does “not intend to reopen 185 of their restaurants that were closed during the pandemic,” Ruby Tuesday’s CEO wrote in a court filing.
A group of suburban women in Ohio is rallying voters to try and swing the election in November.
“We can let ourselves once again feel pride,” said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, “that we managed to get to that position together.” Auckland’s restrictions lifted on Wednesday.
The drug, Remdesivir, emerged in part because researchers had previously tested it in China through a project whose grant was abruptly ended by the National Institutes of Health.
The court ruled Golden Dawn is a criminal organization. Huge crowds massed outside the courtroom, waving banners that read “Nazis in Prison.” The crowds roared after each guilty verdict was announced.
In Florida, the governor and leaders of cities and counties are squaring off over a coronavirus mask order. Or, the lack thereof. The governor says masks can be required but people can’t be fined.
The charges against Chauvin include murder in the third degree, which his release notice describes as “perpetrating eminently dangerous act and evincing depraved mind.”