Princess Diana’s brother has criticised as limited a BBC probe into claims his sister was tricked into an explosive interview in which she spoke about her crumbling marriage.
As the pandemic worsens and the U.S. economy teeters on the edge of another downturn, President-elect Joe Biden is ramping up calls for Congress to pass another coronavirus relief bill before he’s sworn in.
Inflation isn’t expected to rise much as the economy reaccelerates. That would allow the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates ultralow, and continue to buy lots of Treasury bonds.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention, MoHAP, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU.
…Africa’s biggest economy has sunk into its second recession in less than five years, battered by the oil price crash brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. As Nigeria’s crude oil production fell to a…
More than eight months after the first Covid-19 fatality was recorded in Slovenia on 14 March, the number of deaths exceeded 1,000 on Saturday. While a total of 108 people died of coronavirus in the first wave, the figures have been much higher the second time round, with more than 600 people dying in November alone.
The investment board of Canada Pension Plan materially cut investments in Tesla, GE, and AT&T stock in the third quarter. Canada’s largest pension also bought Citigroup stock.
Australia’s Jack Miller topped the timesheets after Saturday’s third Portuguese MotoGP practice with world champion Joan Mir struggling to make an impression in the Algarve.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said on Saturday that the State was ready to help Delhi manage its spiralling COVID-19 cases.
What’s Donald Trump’s top diplomat to do when allies have turned the page and are waiting for Joe Biden but the president refuses to concede?