The worldwide death toll from the coronavirus eclipsed 1 million on Tuesday, nine months into a crisis that has devastated the global economy, tested world leaders’ resolve, pitted science against politics and forced multitudes to change the way they live, learn and work.
Sophia Wong Boccio from the Asian PopUp Film Festival previews this year's screenings, which will take on a different twist due to COVID-19.
Some British leaders are wondering whether college students should be kept at school over Christmas so that they don't spread COVID-19 to their hometowns.
A federal judge on Sunday postponed a Trump administration order that would have banned the popular video sharing app TikTok from U.S. smartphone app stores around midnight.
A man in Malaysia recovered his stolen phone and was met with a surprise inside his photo gallery which was unexpectedly filled with monkey selfies.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health say they have found a genetic link in patients who have severe COVID-19 and are closer to finding why more men die from the disease.
The first person known to have been cured of HIV infection says he is terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment 12 years ago.
The report, commissioned by President Donald Trump’s CFTC, found that climate change is already impacting or is anticipated to impact nearly every facet of the economy.
Mexico has sent 100 firefighters to the United States to help battle wildfires in California, it was reported Wednesday.
Japan’s Defense Minister Taro Kono said earlier in September that the country plans to track and investigate UFO’s following videos declassified by the U.S. government of unidentified aerial objects confirmed by scientists to be “not made of this Earth.”
Nearly 800 pounds of used contraceptives were seized by police in Vietnam after they had been cleaned and repackaged to be sold as new, reports say.
Authorities had already been working to rescue survivors among an estimated 270 whales found Monday on a beach and two sand bars near the remote coastal town of Strahan on the southern island state of Tasmania.
A Northbrook man is accused of illegally exporting computer equipment from the United States to a nuclear research agency of the Pakistani government.
Eight people who allegedly were caught not wearing masks in Indonesia must dig graves meant for people who died from novel coronavirus as punishment, a local official reportedly ruled.
Claudia Ramirez Wiedeman, USC Shoah Foundation director of education and evaluation, talks about the findings of a recent survey that found 63 percent of Millennials and Gen Z'ers are unaware of basic Holocaust knowledge.
Britain’s top medical adviser says the country has, in a “very bad sense,” turned a corner on COVID-19 infection rates as deaths are likely to rise.
Mexican authorities say seizures of the synthetic opioid fentanyl so far this year are 465% higher than in 2019, rising to almost 2,300 pounds (1,040 kilograms) from around 405 pounds ( 184 kilograms) last year, but progress against another big Mexican export to the U.S. market — methamphetamines — is slower.
CONGRATS! 21-year-old Tadej Pogacar has won the Tour de France, a race that the director did not think would make it to the finish line this year. Some team employees and the race director tested positive for COVID, but no one else.
ISOLATE OR ELSE: Starting next week, Britain will fine people who refuse to self-isolate up to $13,000.
President Donald Trump says he’s given his “blessing” to a proposed deal that would see the popular video-sharing app TikTok partner with Oracle and Walmart to become a U.S. company.