Coronavirus Update, March 09: Here's What You Need To Know Today
COVID-19 has so far infected more than 110,000 people worldwide and killed more than 3,800, and it's now threatening to create pandemonium across the world economy.
Coronavirus Update, March 06: Here's What You Need To Know Today
The number of those infected across the globe by the novel coronavirus is quickly nearing the 100,000 mark. Some 3,000 odd people have died in China, the epicenter of the outbreak.
Coronavirus Update, March 05: Here's What You Need To Know Today
More than 3,200 people, mostly in mainland China, have died of COVID-19 so far, and the number of infections globally have climbed to about 95,000 across more than 80 countries and territories.
Coronavirus Update, March 04: Here's What You Need To Know Today
The Trump administration and the World Health Organization still believe that the virus poses a manageable threat. Coronavirus cases pass 92,000 worldwide.
Coronavirus Update, March 03: Here's What You Need To Know Today
President Donald Trump piled pressure on the Fed for a "big cut" to interest rates to stimulate the economy, whose performance will largely decide whether he will get reelected in November.
Coronavirus Update, March 02: Here's What You Need To Know Today
The death toll from the novel coronavirus outbreak rose above 3,000 after China reported 42 more deaths.
Coronavirus Update, Feb 28: Here's What You Need To Know Today
The COVID-19 virus has till now infected over 83,000 people worldwide and caused more than 2,800 deaths but its spread shows no sign of slowing -- yet.
Coronavirus Ourtbreak: Wuhan Mayor Offers To Resign For 'Withholding Information'
The death toll of the life-threatening coronavirus doubled over the weekend to 80.
Trump Impeachment Trial: What Happened Tuesday, What's Next
The impeachment trial will start Wednesday with opening arguments from House managers and end on Jan. 28. If found guilty, Trump will be removed from the office.
8 Killed After Unidentified Planes Struck Iraqi Militiamen In Syria
According to the Iraqi officials, the death toll could rise further since some militiamen were in serious condition.
Elections 2020: As Democrats Head For Primaries, Trump Plans Show Of Strength In Iowa
The rally could be held in Des Moines on Jan. 30, just days before the Iowa caucus on Feb. 3.
Julian Castro Endorses Elizabeth Warren Shortly After Exiting Presidential Race
After Castro’s campaign failed to gain traction in the polls, he dropped out of the 2020 Democratic race last week.
Trump Threatens Iraq With Sanctions As Country's Lawmakers Vote To Oust American Troops
Baghdad will be charged with sanctions like they’ve never seen before ever, Trump said, sounding more like a bully than a national leader dealing with an ally.
Democrats Criticize Trump For Qasem Soleimani's Death, Warn Of 'Costly War'
While the Democrats condemned the killing of one of Iran's most powerful figures, the Republicans celebrated his assassination.
Impeachment Has 'Significantly Increased' Trump's Re-Election Chances, Says Tulsi Gabbard
Unfortunately, the House impeachment of the president has greatly increased the likelihood Trump will remain the president for the next 5 years, she said.
Chelsea Clinton Hits Back At Rep. Paul Gosar For Mocking Her Parents On Christmas Eve
'Thank you for reminding me of my dad’s quick reflexes!' Chelsea said while responding to Rep. Gosar's tweet.
Tour Helicopter With 7 People On Board Missing In Hawaii, Search Operations Underway
The searches are being conducted by crews using an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter, a cutter, and other resources to locate the missing helicopter.
Man Arrested For Robbing Bank And Throwing Cash Into Air Yelling 'Merry Christmas'
Witnesses said instead of getting away with the looted cash, he decided to share the money with passers-by outside.
Rashida Tlaib Draws Flak From Some Jews For Allegedly Politicizing Hanukkah
Some Jews seemed enraged after Tlaib's Hanukkah video went viral.
India Police Shoot Dead 4 Rapists Whose Crime Triggered National Outrage
According to police, the suspects were shot when they tried snatching officers' weapons and escape.
US Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings, 68, Dies Of Health Complications
US Rep. Elijah Cummings has died from complications of long-time health challenges.
American Airlines Mechanic Accused Of Sabotage Denied Bail Over Possible Terror Links
Alani allegedly tried to disable an aircraft's air data module (ADM) system that reports information like aircraft speed, pitch, and other critical data.
Hurricane Dorian: Over 250 Dogs And Cats Killed In Bahamas Shelter
220 dogs and 50 cats were killed in the Bahamas shelter due to Hurricane Dorian. The Humane Society of Grand Bahama is now taking care of 75 dogs and 50 cats with minimal medical supplies, food, and vehicles.
Robert Downey Junior's Instagram Account Hacked, Filled With Ads For Free Iphones, Apple Watches
To make it look like RDJ was giving away the gadgets and the car for free, the hackers added them to RDJ’s highlights on Instagram.
Hurricane Dorian Likely To Make Landfall In Florida As Category 3
After battering the U.S. Virgin Islands on Wednesday, Dorian bypassed Puerto Rico and swept across the British and U.S. Virgin Islands and is now likely to hit Florida as Category 3.
Boris Johnson To Suspend Parliament To Stall MPs From Blocking No-Deal Brexit
MPs would be left with barely any time for the Parliament to pass legislation that could stop the prime minister taking the U.K. out of the EU without a deal.
Over 90 Wildfires Rage In Russia’s Forests, State Emergency Declared
A state of emergency has been declared by Russian President Vladimir Putin in two Russian regions as the fires raged into the third month.
Train Collision Leaves 27 Injured In Northern Sacramento
A test train and a two-car passenger train collided on the blue line tracks near Roseville Road.
Sicko Officer Exposed Himself To 12-Year-Old Girl, Urinated On Her At Bus Stop
Nhiwatiwa parked his vehicle, walked up to the victim, exposed his genitals and then began to urinate on her.
Amazon Wildfire: Brazilian Rainforest Burning At Record Rate, Space Agency Reports
With the fires raging for over three weeks now, concerns have grown over right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro's environmental policy.