A year since the massacre, gun control has stalled in New Zealand.
New York City has declared a state of emergency, as the virus has spread to at least 1,200 people across 42 states.
Iraq's military said U.S. strikes "targeted the Iraqi military establishment and violate the principle of partnership and alliance between the Iraqi security forces and the parties that planned and carried out this treacherous attack."
Oil markets have been thrown into turmoil by a slowdown in demand caused by coronavirus and a stand off between Moscow and Riyadh.
These Spanish islands off the west coast of Africa, have long prospered from their unique geographical position. Along with a subtropical climate, clear skies and stunning landscapes, the archipelago benefits from the political stability and the open, democratic culture of Europe. Over the centuries the islands have become a natural staging point for travelers and traders on their way to and from three continents and the Canaries remain open to modern business, investments and tourists alike.
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As the coronavirus undid the economic gains of the past three years, financial professionals told Newsweek what they think President Donald Trump should do.
Pro-abortion advocates have condemned the Trump administration for reportedly fighting to see language from the Hyde Amendment added to the bill.
If the former vice president wins the race, a woman of color has the power to energize any progressives disappointed that their preferred candidate did not secure the nomination, the Democratic strategists said.
Capital Economics issued the gloomy prediction, which would see the U.S. suffer its worst slump since the financial crisis more than a decade ago.
A 23-year-old woman and a 59-year-old man of Asian descent were both allegedly attacked on Tuesday by suspects referencing COVID-19.
"Wastewater analysis has demonstrated its utility over the last decade as an important new drug monitoring tool," said Alexis Goosdeel from the European Union's drugs agency.
The United States and its allies have canceled, postponed and modified joint exercises around the world as the new coronavirus pandemic continued to grip the international community.
Beijing-backed newspapers criticized President Donald Trump for his apparent politicization of the outbreak and his administration's slow response.
"There are no guarantees in the law generally, but there are certainly no guarantees in the gun laws here," one attorney said. "Being a gun owner in New Jersey is fraught with risk."
Despite cryptocurrencies often going against the grain of the traditional financial system, in part because they operate without banks, some appear just as vulnerable to stock market shifts.