The U.S., which accuses President Alexander Lukashenko of corruption and repression, imposes new sanctions on his financial backers on the one-year anniversary of an election widely considered rigged.
Time's Up leader Roberta Kaplan resigned Monday over fallout from her work advising Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration after allegations of sexual harassment.
The Albany County sheriff says if charges were to be brought against the governor, he believes they would amount to a misdemeanor, or possibly a couple of misdemeanors.
The U.S. was averaging about 11,000 cases a day in late June. It's now averaging 100,000 new COVID-19 infections a day, returning to a milestone last seen during the winter surge.
The two coaches had their credentials revoked by the International Olympic Committee four days after they ordered sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya back home for publicly criticizing them.
For months, COVID-19 and interference by Trump officials delayed the release of new census demographic data used to redraw voting districts, forcing some state and local elections to be pushed back.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed the bill in April banning state and local mask mandates, but now he says cases are up and children under 12 are vulnerable because they can't get vaccinated.
In a new report, activists say ICE systematically retaliates against them for their work, despite the agency's denials. Advocates want the Biden administration to officially forbid the practice.