Race in America series
Armed in America
Federal Reserve keeps interest rates at near zero
Truck drivers struggle with Venezuela’s ongoing diesel shortage
The Heat: COVID-19 deaths in U.S. reach 600,000
Prices for used vehicles surge in recent months
Colombia has past 92,000 deaths due to COVID, but this Tuesday it is beginning to lift many more restrictions as the country looks to balance health and the economy. CGTN’s Michelle Begue reports.
The plight of the transplant patient puts into sharp focus Venezuela’s deep healthcare crisis. There have been no transplant surgeries except those from living donors since 2017. See how COVID-19 has affected organ transplantation in Venezuela.
Ready for summer vacations? As many states have lifted COVID restrictions in the U.S, is it safe to travel this summer? Here’s what you need to know.
The race to vaccinate continues across the United States. Twelve U.S. states have now vaccinated 70 percent of their adult populations with at least one dose of the vaccine. But for other states, the battle against hesitancy continues and that has led to some interesting initiatives.
As life starts to return to normal in the U.S., many people will be happy to toss out their face mask or hand sanitizer. But many bar and restaurant owners in Washington D.C., are hoping that temporary rules introduced at the height of the coronavirus pandemic will be made […]
Death can be a serious financial burden for families across the world, with funeral expenses running into hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars. That is especially true in Venezuela, where incomes are amongst the lowest in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has only made matters […]
Mexico has received millions of anti-COVID vaccines from China. The country’s regulator of healthcare products is expected to green-light Phase-3 trials of the Walvax vaccine. See the latest.
Is herd immunity closer than we think? America’s second-largest city, Los Angeles, could soon achieve herd immunity. The local public health officials said at the current vaccination rate, the majority of the residents could gain immunity in the next two-months.
Imani Cheers Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University discusses the history of the holiday, what it means for the Black community, and where the country goes from here, following the racial reckonings of 2020.
We tell the stories of confronting the climate crisis, one of the most pressing problems confronting the world.
Learn more about the tragic life and police shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant.
Laundry can spill plastics into the ocean and rivers. How does it happen? With each load of laundry in a washing machine, millions of microfibers come off our clothes. They are tiny strands of plastics, almost invisible to the naked eye. They mainly come […]
What’s ahead for the U.S.-Russia relationship after the Biden-Putin summit in Geneva? And controversy over a U.S. investigation into the origins of the coronavirus.
Three astronauts are now safely aboard the Chinese Space Station. Their home for the next three months. We will take a look at China’s space program.
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.
How can science and design help create multifunctional green spaces that maximize cultural and environmental values?
Schools in the United States are largely expected to return to full-time, in-person instruction this fall.
In this series on the 100th anniversary of the the Chinese Communist Party of China, CGTN features people from around the world who have a special connection, have made long-lasting friendships, and created treasured memories of China and its people, in history and in the making.
Why is it so hard to fill jobs in the U.S. even as hiring picks up after reopening? Find more here.
The Cuban government recently announced it is expanding opportunities for small and medium private enterprises.
If you’ve tried shopping for a car lately in the U.S. you know: prices of used vehicles are going up. In fact, according to the car-research site Edmunds, the average value of used cars traded in for another purchase reached an all-time high in March […]
San Francisco – one of the first U.S. cities to impose shelter-in-place orders to curb the pandemic – may also be on the verge of becoming the first U.S. city to achieve herd immunity. CGTN’s Mark Niu reports.