Introducing the TousAntiCovid app.
Introducing the TousAntiCovid app.
Data came to light after judge ordered its release by state health department
Colonial Pipeline says it was the “victim of a cybersecurity attack” involving ransomware.
Fanatical Trump supporter again accused company of conspiracy, encouraging employees to turn themselves in
Maryland’s Larry Hogan says threats to oust Liz Cheney over stolen election lies creating ‘circular firing squad’
John Tortorella is out as coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets after six seasons. General manager Jarmo Kekalainen said in a statement Sunday that parting ways with the winningest coach in franchise history was a mutual decision. The 62-year-old Tortorella was in the last year of his contract, and the separation wasn't a surprise after a tumultuous season that saw the Blue Jackets plunge to last place in their division amid the coach's admitted failure to influence the team culture.
A top editor for the Post said the seizure “deeply troubled” them
She also said she’s worried about the “big lie” that Republicans are using to justify voting rights restrictions
Supporters note context and nature of event in defence of New York mayoral candidate
Few Republicans more outspoken in support of former president than Greene or Gaetz, writes Andrew Buncombe
House Republican leader tells Fox News that he supports rising GOP figure
‘There’s some very obvious similarities,’ investigator says of clip
The district attorney says the suspect pointed what appeared to be a rifle at the officers before he was fatally shot by police.
A bombing at a girls' school in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Saturday killed at least 50 people, many of them students between 11 and 15 years old, The Associated Press reports. Tariq Arian, a spokesman for Afghanistan's Interior Ministry, said more than 100 people were wounded in the attack, but cautioned that casualty figures could still rise. The Taliban denied responsibility for and condemned the attack, which took place as the U.S. continues its withdrawal from Afghanistan, although Arian blamed the group. The bombing occurred in the Dasht-e-Barchi neighborhood, where many residents are of the ethnic Hazara minority, a mostly Shiite group that has been targeted by Islamic State loyalists in the past. Frustrated by what they consider inadequate government protection, Hazara leaders from Dasht-e-Barchi met Sunday and decided to create their own protection force, which would be deployed outside schools, mosques, and public facilities, AP reports. The force would cooperate with the government. Read more at The Associated Press and The New York Times. More stories from theweek.com5 scathingly funny cartoons about anti-vaxxers jeopardizing herd immunity5 brutally funny cartoons about the GOP's shunning of Liz CheneyA new trick from identity thieves
Panthers first-round pick was deciding whether he wanted to wear a single-digit jersey.
Sir Keir Starmer was on Saturday night told by senior leftwing Labour MPs to “look in a mirror” for someone to blame for the party’s dismal election results as he sacked his chairman. Sir Keir began a major reshuffle of his top team, removing Angela Rayner as his party chairman, prompting an outcry from leftwing Labour MPs. However he was unable to remove Ms Rayner from his top team altogether because her position as deputy leader is elected by the membership. One former party adviser likened Sir Keir to Sir Iain Duncan Smith, the former Tory leader who was forced out of his party before he got the chance to fight a general election. The adviser told The Sunday Telegraph that the problem with Sir Keir is that he “actually isn’t a politician. He has done four or five years as an MP, he has absolutely no roots”. The adviser added: “He seems out of control of himself. He seems to have lost any semblance of how to manage a political party, which is very similar to how Iain Duncan Smith became in the last days of his leadership. “He is swinging like a punch drunk boxer on Saturday night.”
Former president has continually lashed out Republican members who voted to impeach
Social justice posts by coffee company are reportedly ‘overwhelmed’ by ‘hate speech-related comments’
European officials argue waiving IP protections presents ‘more risks than opportunities’
Event is ‘calling on leaders to make sure vaccines are accessible for all so we can end the pandemic for everyone, everywhere’
TV schedule, starting lineup and more for the NASCAR race this weekend at Darlington Raceway.