Several U.S. social media companies have ceased reviewing requests by Hong Kong authorities to search residents’ data, following China’s implementation of a new national security law covering the territory.
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Adam Silver, commissioner of the National Basketball Association, said he hoped to find “mutual respect” between the organization and China following a diplomatic row over Hong Kong protests.
Respondents backed Biden by a one-point margin over Trump, with 45 percent saying they would vote for the former vice president if elections were held today.
The incident came at a charged moment for NASCAR, which moved earlier this month to ban the waving of Confederate flags at races.
“Engagements with the Tweet will be limited. People will be able to Retweet with Comment, but not Like, Reply, or Retweet it,” said Twitter.
After the riots, which saw looters target small Bronx businesses, New York mayor Bill de Blasio said emergency grants would be approved for those affected.
Brett Crozier, former captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, sent a letter to superiors in March pleading for help in controlling coronavirus cases.
The mayor is attempting to redraft the city charter to include language that is “more inclusive, more reflective, more accurate and more modern.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) told reporters on Thursday that Democrats were readying a possible $1.5 trillion infrastructure spending bill.
Bolton’s memoir “The Room Where it Happened” is scheduled for publication on June 23, and underwent a four-month pre-publication review process by the White House
The Democratic nominee in Nebraska’s Senate race is facing calls to step down following the revelation he made sexually explicit comments to a female staffer.
NYC Authorities Weld Brooklyn Playground Shut One Day after Massive ‘Black Trans Lives Matter’ Protest
Mayor Bill de Blasio has defended his decision to keep some lockdown measures in place even as massive demonstrations have roiled the city.
Breonna Taylor was shot after police entered her apartment on a no-knock warrant on March 13 as part of a narcotics investigation.
“I am not Derek Chauvin; they are not him,” Mike O’Meara, president of the New York Association of Police Benevolent Associations, said of officers with him.