365 journalists are behind bars across the world according to the report from The International Federation of Journalists.
The hockey team owed $1.3 million from "unfortunate human error" to the city of Glendale and the arena's management company.
Leaked Chinese government documents linked President Xi Jinping to the millions in detention camps.
Under China's COVID regulations, visitors are required to quarantine up to 21 days upon their arrival.
Health care clinics are delivering vaccinations to villagers who do not have access to the vaccine, risking their lives on routes known for gang activity.
The lawsuit says Facebook spread misinformation and hate speech that "amounted to a substantial cause, and eventual perpetuation of, the Rohingya genocide."
WHO reported that COVID-19 infected children two to three times more than the average population in the European region.
The two new features will allow users to monitor and limit time spent on the social media app, both for themselves and their children.
"I'm committed to using every tool I have to lower prescription drug costs for Americans...," the president said Monday.
A Minnesota judge rejected the defense's requests to list Daunte Wright's actions as violent crimes in the jury instructions.
President Biden will discuss the Ukraine-Russia border issues with European allies before doing so with Presidents Putin and Zelenskyy.
The cruise ship recently had 17 COVID-infected passengers and crew, the outbreak causing worry among some passengers.
The cruise ship stopped in Honduras, Mexico and Belize with the 10 infected passengers.
The World Health Organization predicted malaria deaths would have doubled during 2020 due to the coronavirus.
Only 3.78 million Nigerians have been fully vaccinated out of the country's 206 million population.
Ghislaine Maxwell is on trial for allegedly assisting Jeffery Epstein in the sexual abuse of girls as young as 14.
The shortages will not just leave customers without the specific products they want, but could hurt smaller retailers and bring down total holiday sales.
Prison officials say a change in federal rules led them to limit medical parole to only those inmates who are so ill they are hooked to ventilators to breathe.
Guard members who decline the vaccine are banned from training required to maintain their status, losing their pay, retirement funds and other federal benefits.
"The recent rise in COVID-19 cases and the emergence of the Omicron variant pose downside risks to employment and economic activity," Jerome Powell said.
"By requiring Facebook to sell Giphy, we are protecting millions of social media users and promoting competition and innovation," said Stuart McIntosh.
"Pennsylvania needs a conservative who will put America first, one who can reignite our divine spark, bravely fight for freedom...," Dr. Oz said.
"Housing prices continued to show remarkable strength in September, though the pace of price increases declined slightly," said Craig Lazzara of S&P Dow Jones.
"Our biggest fear is we're not going to get the quality of gifts that we want, or we're not going to have enough in general," Kristyn Begari said.
"The pattern of killings has sown terror throughout Afghanistan, as no one associated with the former government can feel secure," the report said.
"We are very concerned about the movements we've seen along Ukraine's border," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
Tax Department analyst Kathy Strombeck said that "a drop of 5% in average income per return is not nearly as bad as we anticipated."
Eastman has been uninvited from events after he drew a comparison between Biden and Adolf Hitler and posted a link to a Holocaust denial site on social media.
The number of Detroit residents that were hospitalized with the coronavirus doubled from two to three weeks ago, with 256 residents in the hospital on Tuesday.
Some of the country's most well-known white nationalists were accused of organizing the violence the lawsuit said.