Volha Zalatar was sentenced to serve four years in prison for creating an "extremist organization" when she organized walks and concerts for a local group.
WHO said new travel restrictions could delay the virus but every country must be prepared for a surge in cases, which have increased globally for several weeks.
An engineering report showed a six-story condo building in Waukesha had compromised structural columns and was evacuated due to it being in "imminent danger."
Josh Duggar's workplace computer contained a Linux operating system and a partition which allowed the computer to evade tracking, an analyst testified Thursday
The Malaysian Health Minister said the student had already arrived in Malaysia and tested positive before South Africa alerted the WHO about their first case.
One of the election workers was relocated by the FBI after the bureau deemed it unsafe for her to remain at her home from people showing up multiple times.
The analysis done by the CDC said in 2018 children who were 8-years-old were diagnosed with autism 1 in 44 times compared to 1 in 54 times during 2016.
"I would best describe it as an innocent child victim having a chance encounter with a very violent criminal," Palm Beach Gardens Chief Clinton Shannon said.
OCHA officials believe there will be a 17 percent increase of people in 2022 who need immediate humanitarian aid.
The Los Angeles County streamed the ceremony to honor the 1,780 unclaimed who died in 2018 as they were placed in a mass grave Wednesday.
"When he was asked why he didn't just shoot himself, he said he was too scared to do that," Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper said about William Conway Broyles.
In South Korea, there are 733 patients who are deemed to be in serious or critical condition and the COVID-19 ICU's are at 90 percent capacity.
"The child pornography victims in this case are approximately the same ages as the victims of defendant's hands-on child-molestation offenses," said the order.
Isabella "Izzy" Tichenor was allegedly bullied at school. Her mother alleges the teacher and district were informed and did nothing about the situation before Izzy took her own life.
The witness "Jane" said that she never changed her story and that her statements with the FBI were never recorded, someone was only "jotting down notes."
"Books on prehistoric animals for kids need to update and put this weird tail in there....It just looks crazy," Chilean paleontologist Alex Vargas said.
The report showed that a DNA study found bacteria and viruses from humans and animals on plastic that could potentially spread disease.
One survivor said they made calls to French and British police asking for help but were told to call the other. Twenty-seven people died.
The only abortion clinic in Mississippi is now open six days a week to help women from Texas and Louisana after Texas passed the new abortion law in September.
Three remaining cases are connected to a couple who traveled from Nigeria to South Korea on November 24, and their friend who picked them up from the airport and drove them home.
Lyllye Reynolds-Parker was able to buy her dream home after the community at University of Oregon raised the money since she had done so much for the students.
The bill would give the head of the proposed Family and Demographic Institute access to pregnancy data and have the power to not approve divorces.
The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board rejected a clemency request for Donald Grant in a 4-1 vote despite his lawyers arguing he suffered from brain damage.
There were more than 2,060 overdoses in New York City during 2020. The CDC estimated the U.S. had more than 93,000 overdoses last year, up 30 percent from 2019.
The sixth corruption charge Tuesday involves former President Win Myint, plus a new witness is now allowed to testify, which delayed the trial verdict.
The UNRWA is responsible for helping nearly 5.7 million Palestinian refugees by running schools, food distribution programs and health clinics.
Japan announced a ban on all foreign visitors through the end of the year as a precaution for the new COVID variant after the country received its first case.
The girl was allegedly punished for wetting the bed and was chained to a barred window in direct sunlight where temperatures reached 122 Fahrenheit.
Black Friday deals aren't the same this year. Shoppers are expected to pay 5 percent to 17 percent more for items like clothes, TV and appliances.
This year the state of Florida had 32.5 million travelers between July and September. The advanced bookings for Orlando's holiday season are up 95% this year.