Many victims do not speak out, Ms. Sakellaropoulou said on Monday after meeting Ms. Bekatorou, “because they know that in the best-case scenario they will face pity or mistrust and in the worst case contempt, derision, even social stigma.” While incidents are rarely reported, studies suggest that sexual harassment in […]

HAMBURG, Germany — The research service of the Bundestag, Germany’s federal parliament, has taken issue with the foreign ministry after it hinted earlier this month that it will not make any moves against Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn with regard to his preference in recent years for residing in the southwestern […]

After months of fully online education for most children, New Haven — one of Connecticut’s largest school districts — will reopen classrooms for some students in a limited hybrid model starting Jan. 19. The district’s decision to reopen in a remote model garnered statewide attention after Gov. Ned Lamont publicly […]

Lockdown is set to end on December 2, with the three-tier system reinstated with additional restrictions. For many, this means the blanket ban on travel abroad will be lifted. Previously, travel was allowed in all three tiers but advised against in the highest tier. More details on the return to […]

E!: Do you think what you’re experiencing in COVID, with virtual and electronic collaborations, will enable more collaborations in the future and make it easier for artists to collaborate?  B: I would say so. I kind of realize how easy it is to get someone to send you a track. […]

WESTFIELD, NJ — Westfield Mayor Shelley Brindle said Friday night that Westfield had confirmed eight new coronavirus cases among residents in town since her last update a week earlier, but that there were 28 cases under investigation by the local Health Department that hadn’t been officially confirmed by the state […]

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown Michigan’s colleges and universities for a loop this semester. As many schools canceled fall break and told their students to finish the semester virtually after Thanksgiving, administrators have begun planning schedules for the winter 2021 semester. At schools like Central Michigan University, Grand Valley State […]

Pickup trucks have a new king of the hill. The 2021 Ram 1500 TRX has become the first production truck to break the four second 0-60 mph acceleration barrier, according to The Detroit News and Ram real-world testing. The 2021 Ram 1500 TRX is the first sub-4 second production pickup […]

Today is quarantine Thursday. At 5pm Transport Secretary Grant Shapps will deliver an update, via Twitter, on whether the travel ‘green list’ – the clutch of countries that we can travel to without facing two weeks of self-isolation on our return – has been further reduced. As it stands, there […]

So the summer of 2020 is coming to an end. Well, sort of. In this year like no other, even the norms of the seasons have become muddled. Campsites, glampsites, activity providers and other tourism businesses across the British Isles are extending their usual opening months in an attempt to […]

(Bloomberg) — Florida reported 15,300 new virus cases, the biggest one-day rise since the coronavirus pandemic began in the U.S. The number exceeds records from New York, California and Texas, all of which have reported daily counts at almost 12,000. Reported deaths in Florida dropped to 44, from 95 the […]