The Biden administration has recently said it would continue to approve weapons sales to Saudi Arabia on a case-by-case basis, despite Washington's official opposition to the Saudi-led war in Yemen.
US media reported earlier that Washington was planning to impose new sanctions in coordination with its European Union allies, with the specific restrictive measures to be outlined by US and EU officials in the coming days.
In recent weeks, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by two former aides. On Sunday, Cuomo issued a public apology, apologizing for any past offensive behavior but denying that he ever inappropriately touched anyone.
Bartomeu was arrested earlier in the day as a result of a police raid that took place at the club's headquarters. FC Barcelona's former management reportedly initiated a campaign in February 2020 to defame people criticizing Bartomeu and other top officials.
Back in December, Twitter Safety announced the social media platform would begin prioritizing the "removal of the most harmful misleading information" from users' timelines. Twitter has since removed over "8,400 Tweets and challenged 11.5 million accounts worldwide."
In an attempt to criticize former US president Donald Trump, the Washington Post fact-checker got fact-checked himself.
As the Pentagon rushes to outfit its vehicles with as many features as possible, new and unexpected problems are arising, such as a new version of its M1A2 Abrams tank that is too heavy to meet many maximum transport weight limits.
The pandemic has claimed over 2.53 million lives worldwide, while the overall number of infected has surpassed 114 million cases, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.