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The Supreme Court will hear cases claiming Harvard University and the University of North Carolina discriminated against Asian Americans in college applications.
Attorney generals in at least four states are expected to be file lawsuits on Monday accusing the company of deceiving users about how their location is tracked.
"When the government rolls out big initiatives, such as the stimulus checks, scammers typically find ways to take advantage," the BBB said.
The study found new potential risks could be added to the so-called "attack tree" detailing threats from voter fraud.
The Thai economy could surge by 5-6% in 2022, according to official estimates, as the Asian tiger economy puts the worst of the covid-19 pandemic behind it and benefits from strong long-term policymaking that emphasizes sustainability and circularity.
"Once the shots are fired, there is no putting the genie back in the bottle," former National Security Council Eastern European Affairs director Alexander Vindman told Newsweek.
The capsule launched just before Christmas, carrying more than 6,500 lbs of science experiments and supplies to the ISS.
Police said a single assailant shot several people in a lecture hall at the University of Heidelberg, injuring several people.
The Republican governor's executive order allows parents to decide whether to send children to school in masks.
Former House Speaker Gingrich argued members of the January 6 Committee could fail jail time for their actions.
Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian officials told Newsweek of their concern over Russia massing its troops and its planned military exercises Belarus.
"Globally, the conditions are ideal for more variants to emerge," WHO's director-general said about the "endgame" of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a recent influx of "Jeopardy!" super champs, one former player has called on the show to revert to its pre-2003 rules.
With the Supreme Court weighing up state abortion laws, anti-abortion protesters took part in an annual march in Washington, DC.
The Fox News host accused M&Ms of wanting to make cartoon characters "deeply unappealing and totally androgynous."
That followed podcaster Joe Rogan accusing Gettr, the alternative to Twitter headed by Miller, of inflating follower counts.
While Biden has said he plans to seek another White House term, Trump has not confirmed that he'll enter the race.
The emu that lives on a farm in Ontario has racked up millions of views with people loving her just as much as they fear her.