The mandate dictates that workers at companies with 100 or more employees must get vaccinated by January 4 or get tested at least once weekly.
Prosecutors said that the woman's belief that she would not be punished for her role in the mob shows that she doesn't understand the gravity of her crime.
The car would also make an emergency call to the police and an ambulance, honk its horn, and flash the blinker and hazard lights to alert others nearby.
In the past year, one in three women thought about either leaving their jobs or "downshifting" their careers, according to the report.
A Nigerian Red Cross representative said "chances are very slim, very, very slim" that more survivors are in the rubble.
Sophie Petronin's reported return to Mali, where she was held captive for four years, has sparked criticism and concern from authorities.
Though Taiwan is self-ruled, China claims it as part of its territory and has been increasingly assertive in recent months about establishing its dominance.
Workers can alternatively get tested at least once weekly for the virus and must wear a mask in the workplace.
The director of Rowan University's Institute for Public Policy & Citizenship said some voters may have used the election as an opportunity to vent.
Though the ACLU is against the death penalty, the group argues that death row prisoners should at least be permitted to exercise their religious freedom.
Virginia Republicans saw widespread success in Tuesday's elections, topped off by Glenn Youngkin's victory in the gubernatorial race.
SCOTUS began hearing arguments Wednesday for its biggest case on guns in over a decade.
Rescue workers were able to rescue nine people by Tuesday, but no survivors were uncovered Wednesday.
The woman apparently returned to Mali to find her adopted daughter after she experienced issues transitioning back into life in Europe, French media reported.
A secondary jail building was found to not meet the minimum standards, and about 400 inmates from the facility will be transferred to Pennsylvania.
Pipatpon Homjanya was an employee of Paddy the Room Trading Co., which Thai officials said exported millions of cases of the gloves.
The kid-sized doses of Pfizer's vaccine were pushed through their two final checkpoints Tuesday after CDC advisers and the CDC director gave their approval.
Democrats reluctantly conceded on the key element as they attempted to scale down the price tag of the sweeping package.
An increase in nighttime violence, unruly crowds and public drinking in the South Beach entertainment district spurred the referendum.
While speaking at the COP26 summit Monday, President Joe Biden said that it was a "big mistake" for China not to make an in-person appearance at the talks.
Police said they received intelligence Wednesday that helped steer them toward the house in Carnarvon, Australia, where the 4-year-old was found.
Washington representatives Pramila Jayapal and Suzan DelBene also demanded that the agency issue a formal public apology for the detainments.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney said that she tried to get the documents from the oil giants voluntarily, but the companies used tactics like "delay and obstruction."
The United Way and Salvation Army's top rank on the charity list came amid the devastating economic troubles of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"This payment damaged FIFA's assets and unlawfully enriched Platini," Swiss federal prosecutors said, referring to one of the charged former officials.
An online petition that racked up about 1,030 signatures by Tuesday morning spurred Samford University to cancel Jon Meacham's appearance.
A new restriction in Poland's abortion law prohibits abortions even in cases of congenital defects in the fetus.
The plan would look to improve awareness and training for responders while imposing new regulations to increase the availability of gun storage products.
The size of the Texas' simulated undercount could have repercussions, including missing out on $247 million in 2021 federal Medicaid reimbursements.
French President Emmanuel Macron said this week that the nuclear submarine deal was "very bad news for the credibility of Australia."