The government aims to make Google and Facebook pay Australian media companies fairly for using news content the tech giants siphon from news sites.
In recent days, law enforcement agencies have brought more than 100 criminal cases against people accused of participating in the assault on the U.S. Capitol.
Kristen Dow, the director of the city's health and human services program, said in a written statement the city decided to keep its one-for-one exchange policy to ensure that people kept coming to the clinic, even though such repeated visits are discouraged by public...
The Brasher Doubloon, made by a noted craftsman in New York in 1787, came from the collection of a late businessman, who paid $725,000 for it in 1979.
The two Maine senators are part of a group of bipartisan moderates known as the 'Gang of 16,' which spearheaded passage of the $900 billion relief package passed by Congress last month.
The comedian had been performing socially distanced shows in Ohio since June, and moved his shows to Texas during the winter.