Law and compassion: On remission to life convicts in Rajiv Gandhi assassination case

The question of remission should not be a matter of politics and electoral considerations Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit has decided that only the President can decide the issue of … Read More

5G gear to be phased out of networks in major policy U-turn

Britain is set to phase out Huawei equipment from its 5G mobile networks this year, the U.K. press reported over the weekend. If so, it marks a major U-turn in … Read More

Tech employees open wallets to beat Trump even as stocks, profits soar

US President Donald Trump (r) and Apple CEO Tim Cook speak to the press during a tour of the Flextronics computer manufacturing facility where Apple’s Mac Pros are assembled in … Read More

Trump doesn’t wear coronavirus mask to Ford plant

President Donald Trump on Thursday did not wear a mask for coronavirus protection while touring a Ford Motor Co. plant in Michigan, despite a state law and company policy requiring … Read More

CDC’s coronavirus report includes data that could artificially inflate testing

A general view of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Edward R. Roybal campus in Atlanta, Georgia on April 23, 2020. Tami Chappell | AFP | Getty Images The … Read More

NY schools should plan as if they are reopening in September, but Cuomo says it’s too early to decide

New York public schools should start preparing plans to reopen this fall, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday it’s too early to know for sure whether that will happen. The … Read More

Jobless claims pace declines, Graceland to reopen

Confirmed coronavirus cases around the world passed 5 million early Thursday as infections continue to accelerate in the Americas. Drugmaker AstraZeneca said it received more than $1 billion from the U.S. Biomedical … Read More

Global coronavirus cases surpass 5 million

60-year-old Gertrud Schop lights candles arranged in the shape of a cross, with one candle dedicated to each of the more than 8,000 German Covid-19-related victims, in Zella-Mehlis, eastern Germany … Read More