Rodrigo Duterte also threatened to arrest those resisting vaccination, although the country has no laws that criminalize vaccine refusal.
Ant Anstead, Tanner Foust, Romain Dumas and many others will race up Pikes Peak this Sunday. Learn the history of the race, check out course specs, and find out how to follow the action in this guide.
"We hoped that the end of the Cold War would be a common victory for Europe," Putin wrote. "But a different approach has prevailed based on the expansion of NATO."
United Nations official Michelle Bachelet said she was seeking "meaningful access" to Xinjiang amid continued reports of "serious human rights violations."
The tennis champion has been silent on social media following her decision to withdraw from the French Open to deal with depression and anxiety.
"This was not individuals who were going to die anyway," Harvard health policy professor David Grabowski said. "We are talking about a really big number of excess deaths."
Actively leaning into feedback from employees can help leaders create workplaces that foster open communication.
It's understandable that Americans want to encourage pro-social behavior and good values among our citizens. But we should try to do so in ways that are backed up by evidence, both domestic and international.
"Too Hot To Handle" is back on Netflix for season 2, and season 1 MVPs like Francesca Farago have been throwing back to their time on the show.
Ohio police are still searching for a second robber who fled the scene on foot after the shooting happened.
The outgoing DeKalb County official warned about putting "dangerous demagogues" in charge of elections.
President Joe Biden's recent appearance at the G7 was intended to project a renewed United States commitment to human rights abroad, but it's not clear that he's prepared to abandon the old song and dance for tougher measures.
Argentina and Chile are already through to the quarterfinals, but Uruguay has work to do after an underwhelming start.
"Too Hot to Handle" on Netflix is a twist on the classic dating show, but surprisingly its roots are to be found in a 1992 episode of "Seinfeld" once named the best TV episode of all time.
The former national security advisor told Newsmax that the current Biden administration does not realize how "flawed" the deal is.
"You know, we get it, we get it's an attraction and HBO had a pretty big movie here now, but these people live here," said Sgt. Michael Montgomery with the Nether Providence Township Police Department.
Meredith Steele was able to tip thousands to a gay waiter who had been given church leaflets instead of tips.
The offensive lineman was suspended by the Miami Dolphins following an investigation into alleged bullying of second-round draft pick Jonathan Martin.
People of good conscience from across the political spectrum are worried about what is now happening in their kids' schools.
With a few exceptions, Republicans simply aren't interested in doing the work on health care, which requires accepting trade-offs.
While erasing the stigma surrounding obesity and addressing systemic racial inequity in our health care system will require comprehensive action, an important first step is to ensure our laws and regulations, including Medicare, follow the science.
After 17 years of pranks, Paul Rudd finally reveals why he's been playing the same trick on Conan O'Brien.
National security adviser Jake Sullivan said Beijing risked being shunned by the international community if it failed to cooperate in the next phase of the WHO's efforts to trace the origins of the coronavirus.
Madison McGivern, who banks with Chase, confirmed she didn't take on everyone's student debt in the U.S.
The infectious disease expert hit back at claims that Facebook and the government were working to censor speech about the COVID pandemic, describing such theories as "total flight of fantasy."
Brittany Wicklein's remains were found in South Fulton, Georgia, hours after the 31-year-old was reported missing.