Work-from-home still highly recommended, French minister says
September 18, 2020PARIS (Reuters) – Working from home remains highly recommended, French employment minister Elisabeth Borne said on Friday, as President Emmanuel Macron’s government battles to contain a likely second wave of the COVID-19 virus.“It remains a practice that is highly recommended,” Borne told Sud Radio.On Thursday, France registered a record 10,593 new confirmed coronavirus in the previous 24 hours.
Trump says if ‘weak’ Biden can vote in person, ‘any American can do it’
President Trump took to Twitter late Monday to call out Joe Biden, for voting in person for the Delaware primary and said if the former vice president can cast a ballot at a voting center, it is clearly not too difficult for the average American.
Domino's Pizza to create 5,000 new jobs across the UK
Company pledged to provide more than 1,000 placements in government’s Kickstart scheme Domino’s Pizza, Britain’s biggest pizza delivery chain, is to create 5,000 new jobs and support more than 1,000 placements in the government’s fledgling Kickstart scheme as it gears up for its busiest time of year.
Biden leading in multiple states Trump has sought to flip: poll
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is leading President Trump in three states Trump's campaign has identified as top flip opportunities in a new New York Times/Sienna College poll released Saturday.
WHO responds to suspension of trials of AstraZeneca vaccine
The Organization believes that the creators of whey follow standard guidelines and guidelines
Israel and UAE reach historic peace deal, Israel to suspend annexation
The peace deal was the product of lengthy discussions between Israel, the UAE and the United States that accelerated recently, White House officials said.
White House directs federal agencies to cancel race-related training sessions it calls ‘Un-American propaganda’
President Trump is moving to revamp federal agencies’ racial sensitivity trainings, casting some of them “divisive” and “un-American,” according to a memo by the White House Office of Management and Budget.
TikTok deal to sell U.S. business could be announced as soon as Tuesday
TikTok has chosen a bidder for its U.S., New Zealand and Australian businesses, and it could announce the deal as soon as Tuesday, according to people familiar with the situation.
Trump touts online viewership for GOP convention after trailing in TV ratings
Trump says Republican event "blew the Democrat National Convention AWAY"
US Blacklists 24 Chinese Companies for 'Helping to Build Military Islands' in South China Sea
The United States on Wednesday targeted 24 Chinese companies and a number of individuals it said were part of ongoing construction and military actions over disputed islands in the South China Sea, the U.S. State and Commerce departments said.
Twitter flags ‘misleading’ Trump tweet after president suggests ballot boxes may spread coronavirus
Twitter has flagged another tweet by Donald Trump, this time citing the president for spreading "misleading health claims" after he suggested ballot boxes could spread the coronavirus.
Kim Jong-un delegates power to younger sister 'to ease stress'
Kim Jong Un will still "exert absolute power" but he will gradually transferred his authority to his younger sibling, it has been claimed