Bill Gates slammed coronavirus testing in the US in an interview with CNBC, saying that most tests are a "complete waste
President Donald Trump set off a bout of Twitter silliness Wednesday after he went after
Amid the chaos of the pandemic’s early days, doctors who faced the first coronavirus onslaught reached across oceans and language barriers in an unprecedented effort to advise colleagues trying to save lives in the dark. With no playbook to foll
Attorney General William Barr is testifying before the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday for the first time in his year-and-a-half long tenure as the nation's top law enforcement official. Democrats are grilling him over a long list of controversi
The government has signed a deal with the pharmaceutical firms GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Sanofi Pasteur for 60m doses of a potential Covid-19 vaccine. If the vaccine proves successful, the UK could begin to vaccinate priority groups, such as frontline
President Donald Trump said Monday he will not be attending memorial services for civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis this week. Lewis will lie in state at the Capitol as part of six days of funeral proceedings, and the public will be allowed
It was the Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu, and not Al Pacino in The Godfather Part 2, who first said, “Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.” Yin Weidong, the CEO of Chinese biotech firm SinoVac, seems to have taken that advice to heart.
Several cities across America are bracing for more demonstrations and violent rioting this weekend after another night of lawlessness and unrest boiled over into the early hours of Sunday morning, as
Disciplinary records from the New York Police Department have been published in a database by ProPublica this week that discloses complaints lodged against nearly 4,000 officers - days after a federal judge paused the public release of city police records.