In an interview with British journalist Piers Morgan that aired Monday, Qatar World Cup chief Hassan Al-Thawadi said that between 400 and 500 migrant workers have died working on projects linked to the tournament, a larger figure than previously reported by Qatari officials.
According to Georgia Deputy Sec. of State Gabriel Sterling, voters turned out in record numbers Monday to vote early in the Senate runoff election between incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker — the last US Senate race to be decided this election cycle.
US Pres. Biden has united with Congress in an attempt to intervene in a planned railroad strike before the looming deadline to resolve stalled talks in December. According to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, US legislators will work to impose conditions agreed to by unions in September.
The US Men's National Soccer Team qualified for the FIFA 2022 World Cup round of 16 to face the Netherlands on Saturday after beating Iran by 1-0 on Tuesday.
BlockFi, a New Jersey-based cryptocurrency lender, announced Monday it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after the firm was caught up in the recent collapse of the FTX exchange.
Residents of China who attended weekend protests against COVID restrictions claim they have been contacted by police demanding information surrounding their whereabouts. Reports claim police have also begun searching cellphones for VPNs as well as blocked apps such as Telegram and Twitter.
On Monday, Elon Musk claimed that Apple has threatened to remove Twitter from the iOS App Store for unknown reasons. In an earlier tweet, Musk also said the iPhone maker had "mostly stopped advertising" on the platform.