The United States has recorded more than 2,000 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, the highest number of daily fatalities in three months, Johns Hopkins University's real-time tally showed Thursday.
Coronavirus cases worldwide passed 19 million Thursday, as European nations imposed new travel restrictions and containment measures with fears growing over a second wave of infections.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations on August 6 called Iran “the world’s number 1 sponsor of terrorism” a day after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States plans to hold a UN Security Council vote next week to extend an arms em...
The United States Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a bill banning the Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok on government devices.
The United States is seeking to seize real estate belonging to a powerful Ukrainian tycoon with links to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
The state of New York sued the National Rifle Association and its leader Wayne LaPierre Thursday for financial fraud and misconduct, aiming to dissolve the powerful US conservative lobby.
A former senior Saudi intelligence official said in a US lawsuit Thursday that the country's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman tried to have him assassinated in 2018, just weeks after dissident...
DeWine, 73, said he didn't know how he contracted the coronavirus and he's already been keeping his distance from family and staff. DeWine said he feels fine with no symptoms.
Today's number is 18,000 tests.
About 50 people gathered to sing the Lebanese national anthem, light candles and talk about their loved ones back home.
The virus has now spread beyond major cities "into distant hinterlands" where few health resources exist and reaching care could take days.
The party of Sri Lanka's ruling Rajapaksa brothers secured a two thirds majority in a parliamentary election that should help strengthen their grip on power.
Twitter and Facebook on Thursday announced moves to thwart efforts to deceive or divide voters as the US nears a contentious presidential election.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Thomson International is expanding its recall of red onions to include the yellow, white and sweet yellow varieties.
Britain on Thursday reimposed quarantine for travellers from Andorra, Belgium and the Bahamas following a spike in coronavirus cases in these countries.
The US military on Thursday delivered a first batch of food, water and medical supplies to Lebanon, two days after a massive explosion devastated Beirut and left hundreds of thousands homeless.
President Donald Trump on Thursday announced he has reimposed a 10 percent tariff on Canadian aluminum imports, saying that the key US trading partner is "taking advantage of us."
Crop production fell by 56.8%.
More countries across Europe imposed new travel restrictions and containment measures on Thursday with fears growing over a second wave of coronavirus infections as global deaths from the pandemic...
Microsoft has expanded its talks on TikTok to a potential deal that would include buying the global operations of the fast-growing video-sharing app, the Financial Times reported Thursday.
The European Union announced Thursday that it had released 33 million euros to finance emergency aid for Lebanon and mobilised material resources, including an Italian hospital ship, to help relief...
The U.S. president made the announcement as he touted his administration "Buy American" policies at a Whirlpool Corp. manufacturing plant in Ohio.
The letter serves as formal legal notice.
Coroner says fact that assault case was set to ‘play out in press’ was ‘incredibly difficult for her’