The Heat: U.S. pledges more vaccines, calls on world leaders
U.S. Congress attempts to revive eviction moratorium
Texas abortion law brings conflict
Texas Permitless gun-carry law
Misinformation to blame for most remaining vaccine hesitancy
Volunteer teachers fill in Venezuela’s education gap
The Heat: UN Peacekeeping and Hungary’s FM
The Heat: Guantanamo Prison
Colombia militarizes local police forces
The pandemic has brought about the biggest shock to the global economy in decades. No country was prepared, but some were less prepared than others. Argentina was already two years into a recession when the first cases of the coronavirus were detected. And the country is […]
U.S children began a new school term on Monday facing the prospect of requiring a COVID-19 vaccine to remain in class. As demands for mask mandates have led to teachers being assaulted, authorities now want to go a step further to try to stem the […]
A small Chinese bakery in Chicago has been producing baked goods for four decades through good times and bad. Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the more things change, the more they stay the same for the Chiu Quon bakery. CGTN’s Dan Williams reports.
While the Delta variant of COVID-19 spreads across the U.S., there are growing fears of the Lambda variant, which is showing up in parts of South America. Health experts say it could be more infectious than the initial strain. Joel Richards reports.
As schools reopen across California, the state has mandated that teachers and staff be vaccinated or else undergo regular COVID-19 testing. CGTN’s Ediz Tiyansan reports.
Brazil’s biggest state, São Paulo, began this week to vaccinate teenagers. The plan is to to give access to the vaccine to all teens, age 12 and older, by September 6th. Paulo Cabral reports.
Hospitals in the South and Midwest of the United States are reportedly overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, and many of the sick are now children.
A number of local authorities in the United States have reintroduced mask mandates for indoor settings as the number of new COVID-19 cases in the country continues to rise. But some states have banned officials from enforcing mask-wearing, saying it should be a personal choice. […]
With the Mid-Autumn festival fast approaching, here is a collection of not-so-traditional mooncake varieties, in case anyone is feeling like getting creative in the kitchen. The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Mooncake Festival, celebrates family reunion and expresses a spirit of gratitude.
Poverty levels reached 11.4 percent in 2020, the first increase in 5 years. But see how it could have been much worse without stimulus programs and unemployment aid.
Leaders from around the world have been addressing the 76th session of UN General Assembly in New York this week.
U.S. President Joe Biden announces the United States is donating another 500 billion vaccines to developing countries.
A Colombian family of four packed their bags and placed them in their 1981 Volkswagen Westfalia to take a life-changing trip along the Pan-American Highway.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 13:07 — 13.0MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Email | TuneIn | RSS | MoreCGTN America has launched a brand new podcast called “Americas Now” hosted by Elaine Reyes. We’re taking a closer […]
There was a time when residents in California say they didn’t worry about climate change. But wildfires, high temperatures and water shortages have changed the way people think. Some activists on the West Coast have their sights set on stemming another piece of the environmental […]
Last year, Argentina had one of the strictest lockdowns during the pandemic but now the government has announced it will be easing COVID-19 restrictions in the coming weeks. Latin America’s third largest economy will be opening its borders from October to visitors from neighboring […]
When it comes to the immigration – the movement of humans over international borders – photographs and video can and do have an impact on policy making. CGTN’s Franc Contreras takes a deeper look at the pictures of U.S. Border Patrol agents chasing […]
There is a new effort in the U.S. Congress – to revive a federal moratorium on evictions during these pandemic times.
In this last installment of our series, the Child Care Crisis, we go to the United Kingdom, the country with the second costliest child care worldwide. Some moms in the UK have taken to social media to share their views and advice on how […]
There has been an unexpected side effect from the pandemic—tens of millions more people in Latin America’s have opened bank accounts.
A group of young Asian Americans living in New York City are raising awareness about discrimination with their feet
This year, California allocated $2 billion of its budget to firefighting — the highest amount to date.