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An archeological discovery that continues to puzzle scientists in Peru
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The Heat: U.S. historic monuments controversy
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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.
he home of the Singapore airshow now houses thousands of beds at the Changi Exhibition Centre.
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, […]
In the wake of widespread discussions on race and inherent racism, companies and institutions have responded by making pledges to change long-standing logos and mascots that many have criticized as offensive to people of color. Take a look at what has changed and what has […]
At the outset of China’s COVID-19 battle, Chinese President Xi Jinping put forward the nation’s battle plan. In a January 25th speech, he stressed the need for “confidence, solidarity, science-based approach and targeted measures” as key strategies for winning the battle. He also sent a […]
Coronavirus is surging in the United States with the death toll now over 127,000.
China’s legislature passes a new law designed to protect Hong Kong’s national security.
New bills are being introduced to tackle the issue of police brutality but many are questioning whether new legislation can really get to the core of the issue?
The United States history of anti-communism – and intervention in foreign nations – has had a deadly impact from Asia to Latin America and beyond. For fresh insights, we’re joined by Vincent Bevins – an American journalist and author of The Jakarta Method: Washington’s Anticommunist Crusade and the Mass Murder Program that Shaped Our World.
The wave of protests over police brutality has been followed by another reckoning with divisive historic monuments. The destruction of statues of Confederate leaders who went to war to defend slavery has prompted a much wider reappraisal. And while it isn’t clear where this might end, some […]
It’s the most visible symbol of the COVID-19 pandemic – the face mask. But it’s polarizing the U.S. even further. And health leaders are being targeted by people incensed that masks and other measures aimed at stopping the pandemic’s spread are compromising their civil liberties.
This is not going to be a typical 4th of July holiday in the United States. The long weekend is traditionally celebrated with barbecue celebrations and fireworks displays. But many states are cutting down on this year’s activities in light of the recent surges in […]
The Minneapolis City Council last week voted to abolish the Minneapolis Police Department and replace it with a ‘Department of Community Safety and Violence Prevention.’ City voters will have the final say on the matter, but what would that new agency look like?
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. was highly polarized. New surveys suggest the pandemic is widening the gulf, especially over the science driving the U.S. handling of the outbreak. CGTN’s Owen Fairclough has more.
Thousands of people in the United States could die from alcoholism, drug abuse and suicide linked to the coronavirus. Mental health helplines have reported an uptick in people asking for support. Experts say there will also be a surge in avoidable deaths, if the country […]
One of the biggest corporate casualties of the novel coronavirus pandemic is U.S. rental car company Hertz. It declared bankruptcy after travel came to a standstill and its debt burden became too much to bear. CGTN’s Karina Huber has more.
Female wine entrepreneurs have been working together in the Women’s Wine Guild of Colorado, and now many are adjusting to the impact the coronavirus has had on their businesses. CGTN’s Hendrik Sybrandy reports.