- Biden to Sanction Hundreds of Russian Lawmakers, U.S. Officials Say
- Former Child Star Amanda Bynes Released From Conservatorship
- Omicron BA.2 Variant Represents Rising Share of U.S. Covid-19 Cases
- U.S., U.K. Strike Trade Deal to End Tariffs on British Steel and American Whiskey
- Nvidia Targets Auto Growth Amid Chip Shortage
The Biden administration is preparing new sanctions on most members of Russia’s State Duma, the lower house of parliament, as the U.S. continues its crackdown on Moscow over its ongoing war against Ukraine.
A judge ended the conservatorship for actress Amanda Bynes on Monday, freeing her from the restrictions that governed her life for nearly a decade.
The easily transmitted variant, which has fueled rising cases in Europe, accounts for more than 50% of cases in parts of the Northeast, new federal estimates show.
The U.K. will also lift levies on motorcycles and tobacco.
The biggest U.S. chip company by market value said its pipeline of deals with auto customers has jumped by more than a third within a year to $11 billion.