Microsoft Holds Off On Facial Recognition for Police
Brad Smith , Microsoft's president, made the announcement on Thursday. The president retweeted Grenell on Friday morning.
Oil falls 3% despite Opec+ cuts as Gulf ends voluntary curbs
Following the new deal, Saudi Arabia pressed on by increasing some crude prices by the most in at least two decades. It's also worth looking at the assertion that the global crude oil and refining sectors are returning to health.
Ex-Dodgers star Carl Crawford arrested on assault charge
The charge was designated as "assault fam/house mem impede breath circulate", suggesting that Crawford allegedly choked someone. The woman adds that she almost passed out when Crawford was squeezing her neck, but then her one-year-old daughter appeared.
World Health Organization to resume clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patients
Some studies had suggested that people who were taking the drug for COVID-19 had a higher chance of dying than those who were not. About 12% of those taking hydroxychloroquine developed COVID-19, compared to about 14% of those taking a placebo.