US President Donald Trump's administration has bought virtually all the stocks for the next three months of one of the two drugs proven to work against COVID-19
Firstly, Twitch temporarily banned US President Donald Trump from the streaming service for “hateful conduct”
"We don't allow symbols that represent hateful organisations or hateful ideologies unless they are put up with context or condemnation," said Facebook's head of security policy, Nathaniel Gleicher.
“The pattern looked like obstruction of justice as a way of life, which we couldn’t accept,” John Bolton writes
"It’s sadly very unlikely that our health crisis is likely to facilitate an opening to international travel this year," said Simon Birmingham
Jacinda Ardern: "This freedom from restrictions relies though heavily on the ongoing role that our border controls will play in keeping the virus out ... The virus will be in our world for some time to come."
Trump fired back quickly in a tweet saying that the one thing he and predecessor Barack Obama had in common was "we both had the honour of firing Jim Mattis, the world's most overrated general. I asked for his letter of resignation and felt good about it. His nickname was 'Chaos', which I didn't like, and changed it to 'Mad Dog'."
Australia took the record for the longest run of uninterrupted Gross Domesitc Product growth in the developed world with the March 2017 financial quarter marking 26 years since the country had a technical recession
The White House said Trump will sign an executive order concerning social-media companies on Thursday. The Wall Street Journal reported a draft copy of the order would limit legal protections afforded to social media companies
US President Donald Trump immediately responded, tweeting: "Twitter is completely stifling FREE SPEECH, and I, as President, will not allow it to happen!"