Six medical experts gave first-hand accounts of how the government and health agencies reacted to the novel coronavirus as it surfaced in China before sweeping across the nation.
"This is NOT an example of a free speech platform. Parler is a fraud," one angry user commented.
The former president rehashed old talking points criticizing infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci for comments made early in the pandemic.
This is the tweet that Elon Musk will be made to delete in response to a National Labor Relations Board ruling against Tesla.
The billionaire tech CEO appeared before Congress on Thursday, testifying virtually alongside his peers from Twitter and Google.
A tribute video uploaded to TikTok by Williams' grandson Ryan Adams sparked a flood of comments from fans.
Aimee Knight, formally known as Aimee Challenor, was suspended from a U.K political party in 2018 after appointing her father as her election agent—despite him facing child sex crime charges.
The possum was photographed hanging upside down in the grasp of the large constrictor snake in Queensland, Australia.
Wausau Police Department said the deer suffered "a couple of small cuts" from glass, but a trio of officers were "able to successfully get her back to her natural habitat."
Widespread solar geoengineering is only likely to be used in the future if significant regions of the planet become too warm to be habitable, an expert said.
Gab's founder and CEO, Andrew Torba, said in a post this week that the platform is "not for sale."
Frustrated Android users were complaining about their apps crashing on Wednesday morning. Google says there is a quick fix, so here's how to resolve the issue.
An age restriction and a warning label have been applied to the live stream, which was filmed from the scene of the Colorado mass shooting on Monday.
A story claiming a person named Bill Gates was detained by police in relation to a "knife incident" has circulated on social media this week. Here's what we know.
Bitcoin's price surged this month as large companies including Elon Musk's Tesla and Mastercard voiced support for its potential as a payments option. This week, however, it's price has fallen.
Reptile catcher Luke Huntley said the small-eyed species is "capable of inflicting a fatal bite" and the resident was "very lucky" that she spotted the snake before putting her hand into the bag.
The Democratic Senator spoke out about his Republican colleague's controversial comments, saying: "I think part of what this underscores is that representation matters."
Workers were pictured taking off razor wire sections of the security fencing close to the Capitol Building over the weekend.
Gary May, of Perth, said he was knocked off his board by a roughly five foot shark at Yallingup Mainbreak Surfing Spot—the first time encountering one in his 60 years of surfing.
An academic with a long history of predicting the outcomes of U.S. elections had some bad news for the former president.
The latest availability of the next generation gaming consoles at some of the major U.S. retailers.
Tesla vehicles will reportedly be restricted at government agencies, military facilities and some state-owned businesses.
The culprits of the campaign—whose identities are unknown—were trying to exploit the popularity of the brand to steal login credentials. There is no legitimate Android app.
Carpet pythons are widespread throughout northern, eastern and southern Australia—eating mammals, frogs, lizards and birds.
"We thank these new donors for their contributions to the success of our mission—because in saving gorillas, we save the planet," said the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund.
There has been a rise in internet searches from Americans asking if COVID can be contracted from a person who has just received a vaccine. So what's the truth?
Scientists and federal authorities are gearing up for the arrival of Asian giant hornets—and have issued instructions on building a bottle trap.
Zoom, Google Meet and Microsoft Teams offer ways to use virtual backgrounds for extra privacy or simply a change of scenery. An alternative is to blur the background completely. Here's how.
Authorities said a 22-year-old man from the city of Lansing was issued citations for failure to move over and driving with a suspended license.
Cicadas will emerge from a 17-year slumber in more than a dozen states across the U.S. in the coming months, with billions of the flying insects surfacing to conduct a "boisterous" mating ritual.