Fortinet pays $44M for site of former Unilever margarine factory in Sunnyvale - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Fortinet Inc. has snapped up an industrial property near its Sunnyvale headquarters.
Omicron spreads to 57 countries but too early to tell if variant more infectious, WHO says
The Omicron variant of Covid-19 has now been reported in 57 countries and continues to spread rapidly in South Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.
Eleven villagers shot and burned alive by Myanmar soldiers, reports say
Myanmar soldiers rounded up and killed 11 people in a village, shooting and then setting them on fire, according to people in the area and local media reports.
Jimmy Lai among three Hong Kong democracy activists convicted over Tiananmen vigil
Jailed Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai was among three democracy campaigners convicted of taking part in a banned Tiananmen vigil as the prosecution of multiple activists came to a conclusion.
City's Response to Homelessness Questioned After Unhoused Man Killed By Drunk Driver
No one heard the crash that killed Terrence Tombe early Sunday morning.
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Covid: England braces for Plan B rule changes amid Omicron fears
The new rules, some of which start on Friday, include masks in most public places, Covid passes for some venues and work from home guidance.
Marking one year in office, L.A. D.A. Gascon touts accomplishments, spars with critics on crime
On his first day in office, Los Angeles County Dist.
Anti-independence ads accused of 'profound racism' against indigenous New Caledonians in court action
Cartoons urging New Caledonians to vote no to independence from France in this weekend's referendum have been accused of "profound racism and ridicule towards Pacific Islanders, especially the [indigenous] Kanak people", in a legal submission lodged with France's highest judicial body.
Father and son arrested on suspicion of starting California's Caldor fire
Authorities in Northern California announced the arrest of a father and son in connection with the Caldor fire, which burned for 67 days and threatened the community of South Lake Tahoe as it grew to become the 15th-largest wildfire in recorded California history.