The Heat: Africa’s challenges
Should billionaires be taxed for space tourism?
Mexico’s Chinese communities are seeing reverse migration
U.S. preps to reopen borders for tourism
U.S. athletes prepare to compete in Beijing Olympics
Preparing for Afghan refugees in Mexico
Will Brazil’s president face charges for COVID-19 response?
Extreme weather events slam California
Argentina’s government has okayed the use of China’s Sinopharm vaccine for children from ages three to 11. The decision has sparked a debate as medical experts are recommending families sign up their children for the vaccine. Joel Richards reports.
Over 720,000 Americans have died of COVID-19. The loss can be devastating, especially for children. Over 140,000 children have lost a parent or caregiver to the virus – with the children of people of color the most impacted. Karina Huber reports.
In Mexico, nearly a quarter of a million children have lost a primary caregiver, according to a recent report from the country’s Senate. But how the country plans to respond to the loss is still uncertain. CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock reports.
Signs of progress and a return to normalcy amid COVID-19 – The U.S. announced that it will open its borders with Mexico and Canada starting next month.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Bank annual meetings have kicked off including a virtual session on the damage the COVID-19 pandemic has done to the jobs and incomes of working women and mothers.
Brazil passed at a grim milestone, 600,000 deaths from COVID-19. That’s the second-highest toll in the world. On Friday, residents held a ceremony to remember those who passed and to criticize the government’s handling of the pandemic.
Church bells rang out in Washington, D.C this week as the U.S. COVID-19 death toll surpassed 700-thousand. But, will this stark reality make the 70 million unvaccinated Americans get the shot?
Cancel Culture has been around for much longer than the Black Lives Matter movement.But George Floyd’s murder and the worldwide reckoning over racial injustice it sparked accelerated the “cancellation” of divisive symbols. And yet can these divisions be reconciled with enough context?
CGTN’s Owen Fairclough reviews punk band Gustaf’s latest album that speaks to the COVID-19 era.
Chinese President Xi Jinping describes the restoration of China’s seat at the United Nations as a “victory for the Chinese people and a victory for the world.”
Worker shortages, strikes and supply chain disruptions. How is this affecting the U.S. economy and can the infrastructure bill save the day?
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.
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A scathing Brazilian senate committee report on the government’s COVID-19 response was delivered Wednesday morning to the office of the country’s prosecutor general.
One U.S. lawmaker, Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon, says that space exploration shouldn’t be a “tax-free holiday for the wealthy” and he’s calling for a ‘space tax’ to pay for greenhouse gas emissions caused by space launches.
The U.S. is preparing to open its borders to international travel for the first time since the pandemic began more than a year and a half ago.
COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates vary across the United States.
It has been five years since Colombia’s government signed a peace agreement to end more than 50 years of armed conflict with the leftist rebel group known as FARC.
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The COVID-19 pandemic is widening the gender gap in the workforce.
Google has launched its latest smartphone, the Pixel 6. Does it have what it takes to challenge the market leaders?