We can use many of the same forces that brought us here to get ourselves out, but first we must wake up and confront the facts.
Barbers who go against the Taliban's new regulations may face punishments based on the Sharia principles.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla also predicted that yearly COVID-19 vaccination shots may be needed.
The report found that Trump could face charges on criminal solicitation to commit election fraud and intentional interference with the performance of election duties for his attempts at undermining the election in Georgia.
About three-quarters of Americans say they have experienced higher than expected prices in the past three months, a survey found.
Democrats have been scrambling to hammer out a landmark plan to upgrade the nation's roads and bridges, but are also under immense pressure to finalize a $3.5 trillion public investment package and fund the government to avert a looming shutdown — all by Sept. 30.
According to the CDC, nearly 300 children are being hospitalized with COVID-19 in the U.S. every day.
High-level talks will begin in the US city of Pittsburgh on Wednesday despite efforts by Paris to delay the meeting in retaliation for a pact between the US, Australia and Britain — dubbed AUKUS — that saw Canberra scrap a multi-billion-dollar submarine order from France.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott doesn’t believe the new abortion law needs exceptions for rape and incest victims.
The presitigious soccer clubs parted ways with their most recognizable players.
China views self-ruled democratic Taiwan as part of its territory and vows to retake it one day, by force if necessary.
Countermeasures seem to be circumvented by both domestic and international bad actors, putting consumers once again at financial risk.
This is the age of Artificial Intelligence. The benefits of AI are already impacting people’s lives in more ways than it was ever imagined.