A total of five cases of the new coronavirus have been confirmed in the U.S. since the outbreak started in China in late 2019.
The virus is thought to have originated in a central Chinese city.
In 2019, nearly two million Americans traveled overseas for "just about every imaginable type of medical treatment," according to Patients Beyond Borders.
Sidney Zoltak, 89, said he is worried about global indifference towards hateful politics and modern genocides.
With interest from international investors up 70 percent in 2019, Saudi Arabia is becoming an investment powerhouse—a transformation supported by its flourishing financial services industry and rapidly expanding private sector. Read more.
We’re used to doctors bustling in and out when in hospital, but it’s the reassuring presence and professionalism of the nursing staff that we rely on. What sets the best ones apart?
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Logic dictates that when you need a good personal injury attorney, you’re going to be in a stressful, vulnerable and overwhelming situation. It is vital that you speak to an attorney who can ensure that you are not taken advantage of. We look at some of the leaders in the field.
Teachers are more in demand than ever, and the rewards for a career as an educator are numerous and generous. Find out how to get involved.
No one should doubt Bolton's attention to detail—and his appetite for bureaucratic score-keeping.
Trump is expected to unveil his peace plan alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington, D.C.
The death toll has hit over 100, according to health officials.
A search for Kobe Bryant's products on the company's website returns only one result: a gift card bearing the Lakers logo.
Bolton left the administration under a cloud in September, but fresh details from his forthcoming book are now undermining Trump's impeachment defense.
Senator Bernie Sanders vowed to erase President Donald Trump's immigration policies, while a poll released Monday showed him leading the field of Democratic nominee hopefuls in New Hampshire.
The SS Cotopaxi's disappearance has become one of the famous stories associated with the legend of the Bermuda Triangle.
Fred Deutsch, who represents South Dakota's 4th District in the state House, is trying to pass a bill banning surgery on transgender children under the age of 16.
State-owned carrier Ariana Airlines denied initial reports that one of their aircraft crashed in Afghanistan's Ghazni province.
The American Dream is about "the possibility of remaking your future," said New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Fallon first met Bryant over two decades ago, when the duo had first moved to Los Angeles, and had remained friends since.
The diaries of Friedrich Kellner were translated and published by his grandson Robert Scott Kellner, detailing his opposition to the Nazi regime. January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The mysterious isle of Pantelleria, a volcanic island that's a cultural hybrid of Italy and North Africa, has much to offer to the few tourists who know about it.
One of New York's most storied landmarks, the Chelsea was once home to such cultural icons as Arthur Miller, Jackson Pollock, Janis Joplin, Patti Smith and Andy Warhol.
Is it possible to get the cheapest fare and still enjoy a long flight in the not-so-friendly skies of Basic Economy? We talk to a few airline experts to find out.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women's right to vote in the U.S., we look at other impressive female advancements over the past 100 years.
President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government has been given the largest mandate in modern Ukrainian history, ensuring the passing of long-awaited judicial and land market reforms. Find out more.
Discover how a new pro-business government has acted quickly to introduce reforms that are stimulating economic growth, fast track large-scale developments and attract investments to both traditional and emerging sectors.
The rewards for a career in the legal profession are many and varied, and demand for lawyers is high. So which schools produce the best lawyers?
The world desperately needs sharp, incisive and capable journalists to cut through the noise with measured and nuanced takes on today's pressing issues. For these looking to find their voices, an education at a leading journalism school is invaluable.
International schools are not created equal and each one possesses a unique blend of qualities and educational specializations. Find out which one is best for your child.