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Britain Adds India To Travel 'Red List' After Covid Surge

Health Secretary said that effective from 0300 GMT on Friday, India was being added to Britain's "red list" of countries, banning all arrivals from India except for UK or Irish nationals.

Union Files Claims Against Amazon Alleging 23 Meddling Practices Swayed Bessemer Vote

In the poor, majority-black town of Bessemer, Alabama, the fight to unionize the area’s largest employer - an Amazon warehouse employing 6,000 people - has become part of the Movement for Black Lives. Home to a longstanding militant union tradition, two nearby coal mines have also gone on strike recently.

Vladimir Putin To Speak At Biden's Online Climate Summit On April 22

"Vladimir Putin will outline Russia's approaches within the context of establishing broad-ranging international cooperation aimed at overcoming the negative consequences of global climate change," the Kremlin said in a statement.

UK's Johnson Vows to Prevent Creation of New European Super League

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that his government would do everything possible to prevent the creation of a European football Super League in the form proposed by the authors of this initiative.

NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Takes Flight On Mars, First On Another Planet

"Altimeter data confirms that Ingenuity has performed the first flight of a powered aircraft on another planet," announced an engineer in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory as the control room cheered.

Russia's Antitrust Watchdog Opens Case Against Google Over YouTube's Abuse of Market Domination

Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) said on Monday it had opened a case against Google due to abuse of its dominant position in the YouTube video hosting services market.

European Union Sets Out Indo-Pacific Plan, Says It's Not "Anti-China"

Led by France, Germany and the Netherlands, which first set out ways to deepen ties with countries such as India, Japan and Australia, the 27-member bloc wants to use the nascent plan to show Beijing that it is against the spread of authoritarianism.

US Warns Of "Consequences" If Kremlin Critic Dies

"We are looking at a variety of different costs that we would impose, and I'm not going to telegraph that publicly at this point, but we have communicated that there will be consequences if Mr. Navalny dies," US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan told CNN.

The Sun Never Set on the British Empire’s Oppression

Leaders in Myanmar, Hong Kong, and India see no issue in blaming former colonial overlords while using their repressive laws.

AstraZeneca Could Have Vaccine Against South African Variant By End-2021: Report

AstraZeneca's Austria country manager, told the Kurier newspaper that studies, so far, indicating the existing AstraZeneca vaccine was less effective against the more infectious variant first documented in South Africa were "too small to draw final conclusions".

Israel Revokes Outdoor Coronavirus Mask Requirement, Fully Reopens School

With almost 54% of its 9.3 million population having received both shots of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, Israel has logged sharp drops in contagion and cases.

UK Warships To Sail For Black Sea Amid Ukraine-Russia Tensions: Report

The deployment is aimed at showing solidarity with Ukraine and Britain's NATO allies, the newspaper reported.

Pelosi says in new book that Trump's 2016 victory felt 'like a mule kicking you in the back over and over again'

Pelosi detailed how upset she was after Hillary Clinton's 2016 loss, saying it was "scary" that Trump could have been elected in the first place. She just blaming but never asked her self why the public hated her and preferred Trump over her party.

Home prices are up 17% over the past year, while inventory remains low

During the four-week period ending on April 11, 43% of homes sold over the listing price, according to Redfin.

As Biden approaches 100th day in office, Republicans admit difficulties in attacking his agenda

Biden has been unrelenting in his view that now is the time for bold change in America, and so far, Republicans have largely been unable to stop him.

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez announce breakup

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez say they are better off as friends

The war in Afghanistan has cost $2.26 trillion, and the bill will keep rising even after last US troops leave

The report estimates that up to 241,000 people died in Afghanistan and Pakistan as a direct result of the war.

These 5 job searching strategies helped me get into Google, KPMG, and BCG. Mastering at least one of them will help you land a gig at top companies.

Eugene Hayden lists the pros and cons of using each strategy and shares how to maximize chances of getting into a top tech or consulting firm.

'A nicer version of Trump': Ron DeSantis is sized up by GOP donors ahead of potential 2024 presidential bid

DeSantis, who was a congressman before narrowly winning the 2018 Florida gubernatorial race, has quickly become a visible national GOP figure.

West Point has expelled 8 cadets following last year's cheating scandal

Last year, over 70 cadets were accused of cheating on a final math exam. Of those, 51 will repeat a year and eight have been expelled.