Storyboard

AND WE'RE TELLING YOU WE'RE NOT GOING...TO THE OLYMPICS

An Olympic-sized boycott — but make it diplomatic. While U.S. officials will not attend the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, athletes will still be allowed to compete. From international travel restrictions to sweeping vaccine mandates, here are three things you need to know about COVID today. Plus, Doja Cat teams up with Girls Who Code to debut the first-ever codeable music video, and Better.com fires 900 employees in a mass Zoom call, effective immediately.

Avatar - The Recount
Curated by
The Recount
    • Olympics
    • Diplomacy
    • Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Doja Cat
    • Unemployment
AND WE'RE TELLING YOU WE'RE NOT GOING...TO THE OLYMPICS
Continue to read
4 stories in this Storyboard

    U.S. Announces Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Games

    An Olympic-sized boycott — but make it diplomatic. While U.S. government officials will not attend the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, athletes will still be allowed to compete. China says the decision will impact “dialogue and cooperation” between the nations.

    U.S. Announces Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Games

    U.S. Announces Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Games

    An Olympic-sized boycott — but make it diplomatic. While U.S. government officials will not attend the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, athletes will still …

    3 Things You Need to Know About COVID Today

    Since May 2021, people who live in counties that voted heavily for Donald Trump are 3x as likely to die of COVID than those who live in areas that went for now-President Biden. Here are three things you need to know about COVID.

    Doja Cat and Girls Who Code Team Up for Music Video

    OK, now this is cool: Music artist Doja Cat and nonprofit organization Girls Who Code have teamed up to debut the first-ever codable music video.

    Better.com CEO Fires 900 Employees In Mass Zoom Call

    Imagine this: You’re on a Zoom call with 899 of your co-workers. Then the CEO logs on to tell you that you’ve all been laid off, effective immediately. That’s what just happened at Better.com.

Related articles

More stories from Olympics