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The Heat: The new normal — millions working remotely due to global pandemic
Scientists raise concerns over coronavirus spread through aerosol
Americans still weary of face masks as COVID-19 pandemic cases surges
Bicycles in short supply in the U.S. due to COVID-19
‘Up North’ takes viewers to Norway, Russia and France to see how wildfires, lack of snow and melting ice are impacting daily life as temperatures continue to climb.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will deliver a speech at a high-profile China Africa summit on COVID-19 cooperation via video conferencing on Wednesday. Learn more:
When coronavirus showed up in Mexico, locals acted ahead of government authorities and decided to close the beach town of Sayulita.
In Guatemala, one in every 6 cases of coronavirus has come from abroad. Correspondent Harris Whitbeck reports.
While most people are confined to their homes during the COVID-19 lockdown, some are using the time to create.
India is reopening after 2 1/2 months of lockdown brought by COVID-19.
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An Asian-American family that was celebrating a birthday in Northern California when a man began shouting racist epithets towards them. Find out who he turned out to be.
The coronavirus has thrown a wrench into everyone’s travel plans, but with the epidemic situation coming under control in China, more are ready to roam. During the Dragon Boat Festival, millions of holidaymakers packed their bags and hit the road. In the past three days, […]
China and U.S. relations take another hit after President Trump threatens to shut down TikTok.
What is driving Washington’s attacks on Beijing?
Just three months away from the presidential election in the U.S., what does it look like for the two major candidates?
The COVID-19 pandemic is raging across the United States with more than 151,000 dead and around 4.5 million infected. But there may be some hope on the horizon with scientists reporting encouraging results in their search for a vaccine.
China has launched an ambitious mission to Mars. It’ll attempt to deploy an orbiter, lander and rover after the Tianwen-1 spacecraft enters Mars’ orbit in February. If it succeeds, China will become the first nation to achieve such a complex feat.
The local government has since recruited more than 25,000 employees to work as “contact tracers” in an attempt to reach people who’ve tested positive for the virus or those who’ve come into contact with them.
We may not realize it but we’re all surrounded by tiny particles suspended in the air. Pollen, sea salt and dust are just some of the aerosols floating around us that are mostly invisible to the naked eye.
Here’s a look at how the advice from health experts has changed in the last six months and why masks have become political like almost everything else.
The U.S. is running out of bicycles. They are in short supply as more Americans choose safer ways to commute and exercise during the pandemic. See how COVID-19 has changed lives in the U.S.
In the time of the pandemic, so many businesses are hurting, and that includes entertainers.
Global oil prices have been hit with a double whammy in recent months: a brutal price war and falling demand due to COVID-19.
Republicans in Congress are considering cutting the current extra $600 weekly unemployment from the federal government to $200. See how this proposal will impact the unemployed.
The world’s largest event for pop culture, Comic-Con International San Diego has ended without anyone attending in person this year, how did that happen? Check out some details here.