City of Toronto steps up efforts to vaccinate North York residents against COVID-19 | CBC News
As the city of Toronto approaches a new vaccination milestone, it's stepping up its efforts to make sure no communities are left behind.
Keir Starmer appoints adviser from Blair years as his chief of staff
Keir Starmer has appointed an adviser from the Blair and Brown years as his chief of staff in the final step of a reshuffle of the Labour leader's top team after the party's byelection losses.
NRA and Republicans out to hobble Biden's choice for top gun law role
he nomination of David Chipman to lead the principal agency that enforces federal gun laws is stalling as Republicans and the National Rifle Association (NRA) seek a major symbolic victory on the ever contentious issue of gun rights.
It's Opening Day at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau
"My team has been preparing for this day for months, so I'm very excited," said Michael McSweeney, the city clerk.
Health passport protesters back on the streets of Paris this weekend
Two protests - both expected to be small by French standards - are planned for the capital this weekend after 18,000 people turned out last weekend to protest over plans for the expanded health passport scheme.
Intermarketing bolsters senior team at Leeds HQ
Intermarketing (IMA) has appointed three new hires to its senior team at its Leeds HQ.
The feeling around the national cabinet table these days is Gladys Berejiklian succumbed to hubris | Katharine Murphy
y all accounts, Gladys Berejiklian already knew her public pleading for more vaccine supply had fallen on barren ground before she gathered with Scott Morrison and the other premiers virtually for the latest national cabinet meeting.
'Prepare for autumn and winter': Germany's RKI warns of Covid spike
High vaccination coverage and protective measures - such as wearing masks until spring next year - this is what Germany's agency for disease control says is needed in the fight against the Covid pandemic.
Dreamers in turmoil after Texas ruling blocks new Daca applications
For Kimberly, an undocumented 20-year-old in Missouri, last week's decision by a Texas judge to not allow immigrants to file new applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Daca), a program that shielded them against deportation and provided work permits and other benefits, could have immediate impacts.
Pelosi Bars Trump Loyalists From Jan. 6 Inquiry, Prompting a G.O.P. Boycott
Democrats said Representatives Jim Banks and Jim Jordan, who amplified Donald J. Trump's lies of a stolen election and opposed investigating the assault, could not be trusted to scrutinize it.