A Man Has Been Arrested On Suspicion Of Selling Counterfeit Respirators Worth More Than $200,000 On The Black Market
SINGAPORE -Authorities have detained a 34-year-old man for his alleged involvement in the online selling of suspected counterfeit respirators, following the seizure of more than
Officials said that twenty-two COVID-19 patients on ventilators died in a hospital in western India on Wednesday after their oxygen supply was cut off due
Sweeping Investigation into Police Procedures in Minneapolis after ex-cop accused of murdering George Floyd
Attorney General Merrick Garland revealed Wednesday that the Justice Department is launching a broad inquiry into police practices in Minneapolis, following the conviction of a
Since saving his owner’s life, an American Pitt Bull terrier from Texas has been hailed as a hero. When a member of his family had
In honor of Earth Day, the Biden administration declared progress on its goals to deploy electric vehicle charging stations and “alternative fuel corridors.” During an
The Senate passed an anti-Asian hate crimes bill by an overwhelming margin on Thursday, following a wave of violence sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic. Sen.
The Apple Card was introduced two years ago as the company’s first foray into the financial services market – with a credit card, no less.
In a LightReading report, Patrick Wilson, VP of government relations for MediaTek USA, answers a few questions about the state of the smartphone industry, 5G,
An independent United States commission has recommended that India, Russia, Vietnam, and Syria be added to a State Department religious freedom blacklist. The US Commission
The Backlash Against Japan’s Fukushima Waste Water Plan Has Subsided As South Korea And China Assess The True Cost
South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong appeared to strike a more conciliatory tone in recent days after rebuking Japan last week over its decision to