COVID 19 news: U.K. easing restrictions as covid cases spike
The U.S. government stepped up its efforts to address a surge in COVID 19 cases caused ... ... moved in the opposite direction, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson announcing an easing of coronaviruses restrictions. The U.S. government stepped up its efforts to address... ... weeks ago. There are rising hopes that omicron may peak, as it seems to be doing in states in the Northeast, including New York, but other states are experiencing extreme...
Updated: 01/19/2022
Archivist to release Trump White House records to Jan. 6 committee
WASHINGTON - The National Archives plans to hand over a small collection of documents from the Trump White House to the House Select Committee on Jan. 6th attack ... ... intends to release records to the committee at 6 p.m. unless there is an intervening court order, said Brian Boynton, acting assistant attorney general. The documents are... ... the former president has not obtained an injunction from any court. Trump asked the Supreme Court to keep his White House records secret from the Jan. 6 committee last...
Updated: 01/19/2022
Google says it will act against age-sensitive ads
... blocked due to its efforts to comply with UK regulations, Alphabet Inc said this week it would immediately improve enforcement of an age-sensitive advertising policy. After Reuters found ads for sex toys, liquor, and high-risk investments in its search ... ... online. Users younger than 18 years have had to change settings on Google 's services in Europe and elsewhere. In August, the measures it had outlined were to expand safeguards to prevent age-sensitive ads from being shown to teens. The search giant ...
Updated: 01/19/2022
Danish green bonds attract huge demand at auction
COPENHAGEN, Jan 19, Reuters - Denmark's first green bonds attracted heavy demand on Wednesday, allowing it to sell 5 billion Danish crowns $762 million of new debt, which is intended to fund the country's planned energy transition. COPENHAGEN, Jan 19, Reuters - Denmark 's first green bonds attracted heavy demand on Wednesday, allowing it to sell 5 billion Danish crowns $762 million of new debt, which is intended to fund the country's planned ...
Updated: 01/19/2022
Genting Hong Kong to go into liquidation
After the insolvency of the German shipbuilding subsidiary, Genting Hong Kong Ltd. has filed to shut down the company after failing to secure funding ... ... None Fourth Pfizer Dose Is Insufficient None of the New Satellite Images Show How Tonga Volcano Blew Island to Pieces The Supreme Court of Bermuda has ruled in a statement to the Hong Kong stock exchange on Wednesday after the firm exhausted all reasonable ...
Updated: 01/19/2022
California judge rules Facebook can face consumer class lawsuit
People pose with laptops in front of a screen projected with a Facebook logo, in this picture illustration ... ... partial win to consumers suing Facebook in a ruling that denied the company's bid to dismiss claims that it exploited user data ... ... plaintiffs the chance to file an amended complaint within 45 days. The court's opinion came just days after a Washington , D.C. federal ... ... Trade Commission filed last year. In another case, dozens of U.S. states asked a U.S. appeals court in Washington , D.C. to reinstate ...
Updated: 01/18/2022
The White House website for at-home Covid tests launched today
WASHINGTON - The federal government's website for Americans to order rapid Covid- 19 testing kits launched on Tuesday. WASHINGTON - The federal ... ... testing kits launched on Tuesday. Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at home COVID 19 tests. The tests are free of cost. Orders will usually ship in 7 -- 12 days. The website said you can order your tests now so you have them when you need ...
Updated: 01/18/2022
Coronavirus | The latest corporate scandal shows how complicated and divisive COVID 19 rules are
As far as allegations of defenestrating a top executive i.e. The latest imbroglio is one tailor made for the COVID 19 era, due to fraud, misuse of power or sexual impropriety. Unlike the ... ... policy is ensnaring the C-suite. As the Omicron wave crests, federal guidance and vaccine mandates were partially blocked by the Supreme Court decision last week, there was little hope for clarity. More and more conventional COVID 19 orthodoxy is exposed as contradictory,...
Updated: 01/18/2022
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