New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern resigns after a popular run as prime minister
Jacinda Ardern became prime minister of New Zealand at age 37; she was the world's youngest female country leader. Her COVID policies were harsh, but effective, and she won high approval from New Zealanders. But after five years in office, she resigned, letting another minister lead her party into the next elections. Plus, learn the English expression "overstay your welcome."