Monthly Archives: July 2020
With international travel heavily restricted, progress in reviving tourism has been at best anemic and usually perilous.
The pandemic in the U.S. has also lead to record unemployment among an unlikely group: nurses and health care workers, Jackson Proskow says.
Experts have long warned that the green light to reopen can become a red light at any time. For places like Australia and Spain, that’s exactly what’s happening.
The sanctions are the first ever imposed over cybercrime by the European economic bloc.
This will be SpaceX’s first splashdown with astronauts on board, ending a two-month test flight that began May 30 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center — the first launch of a crew from the U.S. in nearly a decade.
The 17-year-old boy was arrested earlier Friday in Tampa, where the Hillsborough State Attorney’s Office will prosecute the case. He faces 30 felony charges, according to a news release.
Wildlife officials conducted preliminary tests to help explain why hundreds of elephants have died in the African country.
The documents released Friday are the government’s arguments to be used during a hearing next April.
The move would be the culmination of U.S. national security concerns over the safety of the personal data that TikTok handles.
The State and Treasury departments announced new sanctions as the White House denounced authorities in Hong Kong for postponing local government elections ostensibly because of the coronavirus pandemic.