The penalty hike to $2.1 billion comes in response to complaints from consumer groups.
Roughly 2,000 years before ancient Egyptians, the Chinchorro civilization developed a mummification process in northern Chile and southern Peru.
Americas Now correspondent Joel Richards went to northern Chile to see the millennia-old mummies. Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong breaks down methods scientists are contemplating as they seek a treatment for the coronavirus. Soon-Shiong also examines the difference between a treatment and a vaccine. The Science Behind the Coronavirus is a special series offered by the Los Angeles Times. Soon-Shiong is the owner of the Los Angeles Times and a surgeon and scientist who has spent his career studying the human immune system to fight cancer and infectious diseases. Lebanon's government has approved a rescue plan to pull the country out of its worst economic crisis in decades, which has driven months of mass protests.
The plan includes restructuring the public sector and seeking help from foreign donors.
But it is unlikely to satisfy people living in Lebanon's poorest city, who remain sceptical the government can help lift them out of poverty.
Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports from From Tripoli, Lebanon. Rick Sanchez explains why the Democratic Party establishment should be very worried following the disastrous 2020 Iowa Caucus. Then RT America's Michele Greenstein shines a light on the app that wreaked havoc at the 2020 Iowa Caucus. (0:15) Turkey is sending reinforcements to Syria to combat the Assad government's offensive against rebel positions in the northeast. RT America's John Huddy reports. (7:19) RT's Don Courter reports on Twitter's newly-declared war on "doctored content." (10:35) The California Department of Motor Vehicles has issued Uber a permit to resume testing its self-driving cars on public roads. RT America's Sayeh Tavangar reports. (14:00) Natasha Sweatte reports on the issues facing young would-be influencers seeking fame and fortune on Youtube. (17:15) Plus, nationally syndicated journalist and podcaster Ruben Navarrette weighs in on the 2020 Iowa Caucus and the establishment media's skewed coverage thereof. (20:18)