The company said it is terminating 2,800 employees who will get a free monthly membership for a year and access to career services as they look for a new job.
Otero was last seen headed to the gym to meet a friend who says she had no idea they were planning to meet that day.
The Ambassador Bridge is used by nearly 40,000 commuters, tourists and truck drivers carrying $323 million worth of goods between the U.S. and Canada every day.
Weibo suspended 93 accounts and deleted 300 posts after Zhu Yi crashed into a wall during the figure skating team event.
Two out of the three inmates who escaped from prison in Tennessee on Friday morning were reported dead on Monday following a police chase in North Carolina.
The skateboarder was on a plane above Lake Thingvallavatn in Iceland to shoot content for a Belgian fashion brand when it crashed.
The governors of Delaware and New Jersey plan to lift statewide school mask mandates beginning in March.
U.S. men's figure skater Vincent Zhou tested positive for COVID and will be unable to compete in the upcoming individual events.
Eric Lander is staying on as a presidential adviser after an internal review found he violated the "Safe and"Respectful Workplace Policy."
At least 97 manatees have been found in Florida dead since January 28 with the majority of deaths attributed to starvation.
Rescuers have yet to reach the 5-year-old but have sent down oxygen, food and water. Camera footage showed he is conscious but suffered head injuries.
The Pacific island nation, which had mostly kept the disease at bay, was placed on lockdown Wednesday.
McMichael, who was convicted of murder in November in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, withdrew his plea after a judge rejected the terms of the agreement.
Luna received injuries to his face and upper body after what police suspect was an attack outside of the SoFi stadium during the Championship game.
Jackson Country Judge John McBain gave a woman convicted of second-degree murder a sentence 15 years higher than what the guidelines recommend.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said NATO is "committed to finding a political solution to the crisis" to try to avoid a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
According to the lawsuit, some pledges had bottles taped to their hands, and marijuana and cocaine were also "available" at an alcohol-filled party.
Without a full engineering report, one engineering professor is wondering how officials can declare the building safe.
Greece says it's "false propaganda," but Turkey officials insist the 12 migrants found were of a group of 22 who recently were pushed back from the border.
Police say Harris' manifesto had thousands of violent phrases and references that included "shooting, bombs, schoolyard massacre and Boulder."
Medical adviser Brian McCloskey said the goal of the closed loop where the athletes are kept was not to have zero COVID-19 cases but to have zero spread.
One gun expert estimates one to two percent of the yearly 40,000 firearms deaths in the U.S. are caused by stray bullets, but the FBI and CDC don't track them.
"We cannot tolerate the continuing crisis of roadway deaths in America. These deaths are preventable," Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said.
When he entered the courtroom, Breivik gave a Nazi salute and held a sign written in English that read, "Stop your genocide against our white nations."
"How could they have allowed us to...sail off when they had to have clearly known they were shutting down the ships within a few hours?" one passenger said.
"With Omicron not being a severe disease for the vaccinated, we believe it is reasonable to lift restrictions," epidemiologist Lone Simonsen said.
Allison Fluke-Ekren "considered any attack that did not kill a large number of individuals to be a waste of resources," a witness told the FBI.
Attorneys for the accused killer on Monday say he suffers from severe schizophrenia, which had only worsened over the years, and auditory illusions.
The Illinois Family Relief Plan would save families an estimated $1 billion dollars, but the suspended grocery tax would cost local governments $360 million.
"Her husband begged the doctors to save his wife, even at the cost of the pregnancy," Wioletta Paciepnik said following the death of her twin sister.