The Heat: China’s National Day Celebrations
Long-COVID impacts minority communities
Colombia to raise gas prices
Four Season Dance, Autumn Equinox
Mexico City collects rainwater
The Heat: One-on-One with Antonio Guterres & Amina Mohammed
Young children are the only major group of Brazilians left unprotected against COVID-19. This has left many young children vulnerable to the virus. Find out more.
COVID cases are leveling off in the U.S., following a spring surge. And there is hope for the latest group that children ages 6 months to 5 years may be able to get vaccine soon.
Traveling into the United States from abroad has just become a lot easier, as its requirement for a negative COVID-19 test prior to take-off was dropped on Sunday. The restriction, introduced to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, had been in place since […]
The coronavirus pandemic has killed millions across the globe including over one million here in the United States.
The COVID-19 virus has changed the way many people around the world think about vaccinations. The pandemic raised questions about treatment and health care. Mexico played a key role in testing a Chinese-made vaccine. Vaccine technology will most certainly be an important part of […]
While the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at least five days of isolation for COVID-19 patients, some people continue to test positive beyond those five days, raising questions about whether they may still be contagious. According to a Wall Street Journal special report, researchers […]
See how COVID-19 pandemic has changed people’s life in Latin America.
The White House says the United States has seen a threefold increase in COVID-19 cases over the past month. Health officials say more support is needed to make sure there isn’t a new even worse spike in the coming months. CGTN’s Caroline Malone reports from […]
Asylum-seeking migrants were sent from Republican-controlled U.S. border states to areas run by Democrats since April. Now, the Republicans are escalating the issue by sending migrants to the neighborhood near Vice President’s home in Washington, D.C.
Motor enthusiasts are gearing up for the North American International Auto Show that takes place in the so-called Motor City, Detroit. And this year, attendees should also keep an eye on the sky… Take a look at some electric aircraft.
A move to the right in Italy and Sweden. What does it mean for Europe and beyond?
What are the challenges that lie ahead for Iran? I sat down with President Ebrahim Raisi.
The coronavirus pandemic is battering India with nearly 20 million people infected and close to 220,000 dead. Anand Naidoo spoke with journalist Asad Ashraf who’s on the ground covering the pandemic in India.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the failed CIA-led Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba. It was a plot to oust Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Anand Naidoo spoke with acclaimed film-maker Oliver Stone about U.S. foreign policy over the past 60 years.
While the government has blamed gangs for this violence, activists and families affected by the crisis have argued that government negligence and inaction are making the problem worse.
Research from City University of New York estimates more than seven percent of Americans have contracted Long COVID, a set of symptoms that develop after the initial period of illness.
Rising fuel prices have been a worrisome issue across Latin America, often leading to social unrest.
In major cities across the developing world, tens of millions of people live without running water in their homes.
Nearly a quarter of all the electricity generated in the U.S. for the first half of this year came from hydropower, solar and wind.
New figures out this Thursday added more fuel to a divisive question: is the U.S. in a recession?
One of the world’s largest chipmakers has released a new desktop computer processor at the Intel Innovation conference.
A third consecutive three-quarter point hike means another jump in the cost of most types of credit.