Do you prefer Elsa’s ice queen dress or Belle’s iconic gold ball gown? View Entire Post ›
“We’re in their country, so they can still do whatever they wish to us.” View Entire Post ›
More than 200 refugees and asylum seekers are detained at close quarters in hotels despite coronavirus fears. View Entire Post ›
At his first press conference since he was hospitalised with the virus, Boris Johnson said the UK was “past the peak” of the outbreak and “on the downward slope”. View Entire Post ›
As employees, labor activists, and lawmakers decry Amazon’s firing of employees involved in labor protests, the National Labor Relations Board is looking at the company’s record of targeting people over social distancing violations View Entire Post ›
The UC system is also setting interest rates on its loans at 0% through the end of September, extending relief to borrowers left behind by Congress. View Entire Post ›
The two companies are developing software for iPhones and Android devices that will help health officials tell people if they were in recent contact with someone who tested positive for the virus. View Entire Post ›
“You can’t drive a bus or wash dishes on Zoom,” said one doctor. “These are people we count on to do essential jobs, and they are going unprotected.” View Entire Post ›
Former VP promising economic ‘transformation’ as president promises a pre-coronavirus rebound
District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia announced 93 new deaths on Tuesday, highest in five days
State-run news agency says aid shipment meant to curb coronavirus spread in ‘occupied Palestinian territory’
Netanyahu is facing charges of fraud, bribery, and breach of trust in two criminal cases against him, which he already previously denounced as an attempt to bring him down. The criminal cases have long remained in limbo but three of them finally reached court last year.
Sections of a handwritten letter written by the Duchess of Sussex to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, were published last year. View Entire Post ›
New official figures revealed a death rate in the most deprived neighbourhoods of 55.1 per 100,000 population, compared with 25.3 per 100,000 in the least deprived. View Entire Post ›
Some publications are flourishing by reflecting the new reality of lockdown life. View Entire Post ›
New Delhi, May 23: With a vaccine still a long distance away, efforts to repurpose old medications used for other ailments provide hope of an early counter to COVID-19, say scientists, placing the antiviral remdesivir on top of the list of
New Delhi, May 23: Migrant workers returning to eastern Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have complained of inordinate delays and unhygienic conditions on board on special Shramik trains, leading to protests along the route. Several passengers resorted to hurling brickbats in the railway station on
Thiruvananthapuram, May 23: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday said the state would be able to survive any other crisis after COVID-19 as it was in the forefront of developing innovative wasy to fight the pandemic. “Kerala
New Delhi, May 23: Chinese military is fast increasing its troops in areas around Pangong Tso lake and Galwan Valley along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh, sending a clear signal that it was not ready to end its
New Delhi, May 23: Eleven municipal areas in seven states and union territories that have accounted for 70 per cent of India’s coronavirus case load were asked by the government on Saturday to step up monitoring in old cities, urban
“Me and the boys still having fun,” one man captioned a photo showing… eight versions of himself. View Entire Post ›
Kenisa Barkai, who filed a whistleblower lawsuit against her former employer, says she threatened to alert state authorities to the problems in the long-beleaguered hospital. View Entire Post ›
The politically opposite neighboring states have had two different approaches to tackling the spread of COVID-19, and, some residents fear, two drastically different outcomes. View Entire Post ›
Even drastic interventions to limit the spread of the coronavirus take around 10 days to start to show an effect. The US still hasn’t put those measures into place. View Entire Post ›
“I want these pictures and this story to be more than just statistics — I’d like people to really see what it looks like.” View Entire Post ›
‘Transmissions sent among those ships’ wireless operators tell the story of Titanic’s desperate fate that night,’ salvage firm says
PMIS discovered in 157 children in New York as CDC instructs doctors to alert officials to likely cases
‘If people mail in ballots there’s a lot of illegality,’ president claimed without providing any evidence
Eid al-Fitr festivities, which traditionally entail mass prayers, grand family feasts, and sprawling fairs have been expectedly overshadowed by lockdown measures, hitting people where it usually hurts most – their wallets.
The US appears to be ramping up its pressure campaign against Beijing through various diplomatic and economic means. One method the Trump administration appears to have employed is the encouragement of allies to abandon work with Chinese tech firms.
Love ’em or hate ’em, there’s nothing like TV couples to inspire some spirited debate. View Entire Post ›
In Turkmenistan, people are rounded up on the street just for speaking about the coronavirus, and doctors are banned from diagnosing it. View Entire Post ›
With all the schools across the country shut for months due to coronavirus pandemic, the schoolgirls cannot avail the facility of free sanitary pads.
A recent study by academicians from Yale School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School also found that Indians are at a much lower risk of contracting COVID-19 if red light areas are kept closed after the lockdown.
“Each species that we photograph is precious, irreplaceable, and in my mind, has a basic right to exist.” View Entire Post ›
Over the past two months, even as most of Delhi struggled to deal with the lockdown to combat Covid-19, the police have arrested hundreds of people for their alleged role in the communal violence that gripped the city late in February. Their actions in the midst of the pandemic have prompted allegations that the authorities […]
England’s Premier League on Saturday said that two more individuals from two different clubs have tested positive for coronavirus, just three weeks from a proposed restart of the season. In all, 996 players and club staff were tested over three days last week for COVID-19. “Of these, two have tested positive from two clubs,” said […]
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday urged people to be patient and sought more time for restoration of essential services in the wake of the destruction caused by Cyclone Amphan. The state has suffered a loss of about Rs 1 lakh crore to infrastructure and crops and at least 86 people have died […]
Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich resisted a second-half fightback by Eintracht Frankfurt to claim a 5-2 win behind closed doors ahead of Tuesday’s top-of-the-table clash at Dortmund. Bayern cruised into a 3-0 lead with goals by Leon Goretzka, the league’s top-scorer Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller at the Allianz Arena before Frankfurt rattled the hosts. “We […]
For a show that used slo-mo in every fight scene, I cried a lot more than I thought I would. View Entire Post ›
Roughly a billion emails promoted overpriced face masks with misleading claims. The man selling them says it isn’t his fault. View Entire Post ›
Our advice column on life under coronavirus tackles tennis, having a baby, and some guy who is showing everyone else up on Bumble right now. View Entire Post ›
PredPol is one of the oldest and most controversial predictive policing companies. The LAPD just said it will stop using it because of the coronavirus pandemic. View Entire Post ›
Conservative demonstrators gathered at the capitol buildings of Michigan, Kentucky, and North Carolina to protest against stay-at-home orders during a pandemic that has already left more than 26,000 Americans dead. View Entire Post ›
House Democrats plan to let members who cannot travel to Washington due to the coronavirus to vote by proxy — allowing another member to cast their vote for them. View Entire Post ›
Legal aid lawyers say they’re still seeing illegal evictions, and expect a surge in need from millions of newly unemployed tenants once state and local moratoriums end. View Entire Post ›
One St. Louis–based chiropractor told 21 million viewers to fight the pandemic with zinc and tonic water. View Entire Post ›
‘I don’t want to draw a doomsday picture but I think we have to be realistic,’ says Dr Andrea Ammon
Tehran earlier sent five ships reportedly carrying petrol and components needed to produce it from oil to the Latin American country as the two nations continue to suffer from the impact of US economic sanctions. There was a certain risk that the tankers could be intercepted by the US Navy in the Caribbean.
A remote Amazon town of mostly indigenous Brazilians is struggling to protect its population as the coronavirus spreads through the forest.
Like many places, Pakistan has seen a surge in bike riding during the pandemic. But the face of cyclists is changing in this conservative society as women venture onto the roads.
“They wrote that they didn’t want me here and that they were going to kill me.” View Entire Post ›
“The traditional means of protesting, gathering friends together, is unsafe at this time, so our protest looks like a car caravan.” View Entire Post ›
New Delhi, May 24: The People’s Liberation Army of China has deployed additional troops along the disputed boundary with India. Even as the military officials of both countries have been in talks, they were unable to diffuse the
New Delhi, May 24: Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said Tablighi Jamaat members aided in the spread of coronavirus infection in the state particularly in Indore and Bhopal, and chided them for not acting “responsibly”. Chouhan told
There’s much about the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak that scientists are still trying to discover. But animosity between the United States and China — and a bellicose American president — have made it harder to find the truth. View Entire Post ›
“We’ve been working on these updates for some time, though this is one — among others — that we’ve accelerated in light of COVID-19 to help support our community during a difficult time.” View Entire Post ›
New details show how Smithfield Foods failed to take action in the crucial days before the plant turned into one of the nation’s largest coronavirus clusters. View Entire Post ›
Basically: There’s very little reliable information out there right now. View Entire Post ›
There’s never been anything like Trump’s daily White House press conferences before. View Entire Post ›
The pictures from elections for South Korea’s National Assembly are in sharp contrast to the scenes witnessed in Wisconsin last week. View Entire Post ›
Social media companies have struggled to combat misinformation about the pandemic so far. View Entire Post ›
Hospitals and clinics are rushing to use antibody tests in an effort to determine who is immune to the coronavirus. But almost none of them have been verified by the FDA. View Entire Post ›
Staggering job losses continue even as many states across the country begin to reopen businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic