The domestic helper from Myanmar was reportedly tortured and starved before her death.
Work from home is “an aberration” that will be corrected as soon as possible says Goldman Sachs chief.
The defence minister said people should at times provide their own security but it is not that easy.
The world-first law is designed to make the tech giants pay news publishers for content.
Trading in GameStop shares halted minutes before markets closed but jumped again in late trading.
“I have been searching for the long-thought-extinct ivory-billed woodpecker for almost two decades, and photographing this rare version of one of our most common backyard birds, this gynandromorph northern cardinal, was almost as exciting as I think I would get if I actually found the woodpecker,” he said.
US regulators say Johnson and Johnson’s single-shot vaccine is safe, and could be approved in days.
A sheep with a 35kg (77lb) coat of wool has been given a new fleece of life after being found in a forest near Melbourne, Australia.
The ailing animal was taken in by Edgar’s Mission Farm Sanctuary, who named him Baarack and relieved him of his burden.
Vaccines are one of the solutions to end the coronavirus pandemic, according to health experts.
But there are fears that richer countries could hoard jabs at the expense of poorer ones.
A global plan called Covax is trying to share vaccines fairly among all nations – can it succeed?
People on a golf course near Tiger Woods’ Florida home said they were “freaking out” when they heard about his recent crash.