Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Five things you need to know
President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate for all large companies in the US has been struck down by the Supreme Court. The court said Biden had exceeded his authority.
BREAKING: Supreme Court blocks the Biden administration's vaccine-or-test rule for U.S. businesses, but allows a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for most health care workers. https://t.co/pvrYiiUU41— The Associated Press (@AP) January 13, 2022
The Novak Djokovic visa saga has taken another turn after the Serbian tennis star was again denied the right to remain in Australia. Djokovic's lawyers have said they will appeal the ruling, which is related to Djokovic's decision to not be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Novak Djokovic had his visa revoked for a second time by the Australian authorities.— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 14, 2022
Australia’s immigration minister said in a statement that he was canceling the tennis star’s visa on the grounds of "health and good order." https://t.co/8g0CI6lNJh pic.twitter.com/4QQrVh7M0g
Vigils are set to take place across Ireland today as mourners pay tribute to a murdered teacher. Ashling Murphy, 23, was attacked while jogging in Tullamore, Ireland.
Family friends have paid tribute to Ashling Murphy this afternoon.— TheJournal.ie (@thejournal_ie) January 13, 2022
'She was just a beautiful person ... Her life has been stolen from her' https://t.co/cWUXrQrTEI
Hackers from North Korea stole hundreds of millions of dollars in attacks on cryptocurrency platforms last year, a report has claimed. Chainalysis said 2021 was one of the most profitable years ever for criminals operating in the totalitarian state.
North Korean hackers stole $400m in crypto last year 'to fund Kim's nukes' https://t.co/Y2bAHUF4ER— The Sun Tech (@TheSunTech) January 14, 2022
King Willem-Alexander has said his family will stop using a golden carriage that features imagery said to glorify the Netherlands' imperial history. The king also urged his countrymen to stay united in the face of divisive discussions about the past.
The Netherlands' King Willem-Alexander has ruled out using the royal family's golden carriage after claims a painting on the side of it glorifies the country's colonial past, including its role in the global slave trade https://t.co/WG7EUdbWwM— Sky News (@SkyNews) January 14, 2022