The reorganization, expected to be announced soon, would mean those working on manufacturing engineering would be asked to relocate to central Illinois or its headquarters in Irvine, California, according to the WSJ report. "In terms of ramping production, it's helpful to have the manufacturing and engineering teams closer to our facilities in Normal as well as our headquarters in Irvine," a Rivian spokesperson told Reuters, but declined to confirm if the company was relocating teams.
Three fragments of Athens' Parthenon temple, kept by the Vatican for centuries, were returned to Greece on Friday in what Pope Francis has called a gesture of friendship."The gifting of the fragments of the Parthenon, which have been held in the Vatican Museums for more than two centuries, shows itself as an ecclesial, cultural and social gesture of friendship and solidarity with the people of Greece," Bishop Brian Farrell, secretary for promoting Christian unity, told a ceremony at the Acropoli
Cortez gave an impassioned House floor speech Thursday to rail against GOP efforts to censor, ban and regulate books in public schools.
President Joe Biden laid out a vision of world-leading US-Canadian economic cooperation in a speech to Canada's parliament Friday, and announced that the giant neighbors had reached a deal on curbing illegal migration.Biden laid out a vision of the neighbors being ever more closely bound with the joint goal of building high-tech economies and reinforcing supply chains for things like critical minerals used in electric vehicle manufacturing.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also signed a bill restoring the state’s “prevailing wage” law to boost pay on government-funded projects.
Fourteen pro-Iran fighters were killed in US air strikes on Syria carried out in retaliation for a drone attack that killed an American and wounded six others, a war monitor said Friday.According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based monitor with a wide network of sources on the ground, the US attack killed six fighters at a weapons depot inside Deir Ezzor city, killing six pro-Iran fighters, two near Al-Mayadeen, and six others near Albu Kamal.
Criticism from human rights watchdogs mounted on Friday over the alleged brutality of French police in handling protests opposed to President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform."The authoritarian shift of the French state, the brutalisation of social relations through its police, violence of all kinds and impunity are a major scandal," the league's president Patrick Baudouin said on Friday.
Mark Meadows, Stephen Miller and others must testify in a criminal investigation into Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election, the judge said.
Brazil will seek Chinese technology and investment to develop a semiconductor industry in the South American country despite U.S. attempts to discourage association with China in this area, a senior presidential adviser told Reuters. Semiconductors will be a priority on President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's visit to China next week. His top foreign policy adviser, former Foreign Minister Celso Amorim, said Brazil cannot afford to take sides in growing tensions between China and the United States.
Prosecutors in Montenegro on Friday charged fugitive cryptocurrency entrepreneur Do Kwon with forgery and South Korean officials vowed to press for his extradition. Officials in Seoul vowing on Friday to seek formal extradition.
The world has reacted to violent demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reforms with warnings, questions about the future of France's political system -- and gloating from foes.It warned particularly against getting between demonstrators and the police.
Ailing "Hotel Rwanda" hero Paul Rusesabagina is set to be released after the government said Friday it had commuted a 25-year jail sentence against the outspoken critic of President Paul Kagame.The 68-year-old's sentence on terrorism charges was "commuted by presidential order", government spokeswoman Yolande Makolo told AFP. The sentences of 19 co-defendants convicted alongside Rusesabagina in September 2021 have also been commuted.
"Trying to take a picture with your cat is like eating soup on a rollercoaster."
The kids were "frantic" when they were able to place a 911 call from inside the pipes.
Brazil's former president Jair Bolsonaro, who left the country for the United States two days before his term ended, will return home on March 30, his party and press service announced on Friday.Bolsonaro will arrive on Thursday March 30 at 7:30 am, his Liberal Party (PL) said on social media.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) led a delegation of House members to inspect the alleged mistreatment of Trump supporters connected to Jan. 6, 2021.
Bank shares tumbled on Friday, jolting stock markets as fears about the health of the financial sector resurfaced, with Deutsche Bank now in the eye of the storm.The focus has now turned to another major European lender, Deutsche Bank, whose shares nosedived by as much as 14 percent on Friday as the cost of insuring against the bank defaulting on its debt spiked.
Footage was overwritten when the train went "immediately back in service following the accident," according to a federal agency investigating the incident.
"Oh you love me? name three diseases i think i have."
Addressing a food crisis affecting a fifth of Latin America's population featured high on the agenda of an Ibero-American leaders summit that started in the Dominican Republic on Friday."Many issues on the agenda of this Ibero-American summit will be the main ones of the July summit," he told AFP. These include to "strengthen ties and coordination between Europe and the region to address three issues: food security, environmental challenges and how to cooperate to increase access to technology."
The bill would prevent state officials from having to comply with other states' anti-LGBTQ legal requests.
The school system's policies prohibit “extreme” and “radical” haircuts. Extreme and radical to whom, exactly?
Brazil's leftist leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing next week, where he hopes to reinforce trade, discuss international mediation in Ukraine, and reclaim his country's role in global geopolitics.Ukraine will be a main topic of discussion during the visit, which officially begins Tuesday, with Lula hoping to promote his proposal for mediated talks to end Russia's invasion of the country.
Standing on the roadside at sunset, a team of medics have snapped on their latex gloves, waiting for the arrival of wounded Ukrainian soldiers.The medical team gives life-saving treatment like stitches, tracheotomies and draining blood from lungs as they rush the soldiers to a clinic where they get stabilising care and can then go on to a larger hospital in the hub of Kramatorsk.
Chad has announced it has nationalised a former subsidiary of US oil and gas giant ExxonMobil, whose sale to a British company last year it had contested.Chad had immediately contested the sale, saying it had gone ahead despite the government's "express objections" and in violation of its right of first refusal.