Africa does not need more foreign aid. Aid does not build strong societies. Africa needs a strong foundation to allow African societies to bring forward their own creativity and enterprise—like Europe was invited to do after World War Two.
There are no artefacts buried alongside the skeleton that could offer arcaheologists clues to the woman's life or death.
President Trump was criticized for announcing he was taking the drug by health officials earlier this week.
"The Secretary of State, like so many other organizations, has the authority to send out voter applications to all voters," one official told Newsweek.
Children are less susceptible than adults to the coronavirus disease, COVID-19, but officials are urging parents to watch for symptoms of MIS-C.
"We'll get through this. It may take a while," Powell said in an interview. "It could stretch through the end of next year."
The National Institutes of Health have launched a placebo-controlled trial testing the safety and efficacy of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as a treatment for COVID-19.
For a country that talks incessantly about competing with China, we are ceding ground in real time.
Additional testing will begin with airport workers and later be expanded to include those working at nursing and residential homes.
This isn't just a terrible, temporary situation in a few states. The bans—and the way they're defended in court—could determine the future of U.S. abortion rights.
Several justices appeared skeptical that the president should receive the kind of immunity from criminal investigation his counsel has favored.
The cases are set to be among the first in the court's 230-year history to be heard via teleconference, a precaution taken during the coronavirus pandemic.
A letter from a broad coalition of groups to HHS Secretary Alex Azar asked Monday for increased funding measures to address disparities in how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting minority and rural communities, as well as seniors and other vulnerable groups.
The U.S. should use Cuba as leverage toward improving the geopolitical situation in Venezuela.
Biotech Moderna received the FDA's authorization to conduct a second phase of clinical trials as it works to develop a vaccine against the virus.
President Donald Trump advocated a quick reopening for the U.S. economy on Tuesday, while conceding that the decision could cost "some" additional lives lost to COVID-19.
"The short, less than four-month timeframe in which we've been able to move from pre-clinical studies to human testing is extraordinary," Albert Bourla, chairman and CEO of Pfizer, said.
The game between the Kia Tigers and the Kiwoon Heroes in Gwangju was suspended for 20 minutes after smoke reached the ballpark.
Phase 1 of reopening Virginia would involve easing restrictions on businesses but continuing with social distancing measures.
The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths continued its decline in New York over the weekend, Governor Andrew Cuomo said Monday.
Doctors and patients must prepare for the chronic phase of the coronavirus.
The University said Friday that lawsuits filed by victims of Dr. Anderson "are barred by the three-year statute of limitations."
An estimated 30 percent of Americans failed to pay their rent on time in April as tens of millions left without jobs.
A judge will today rule on whether Meghan Markle has to lose aspects of her privacy case against the Mail on Sunday claiming a malicious "agenda."
COVID-19 has forced us into a global work-from-home experiment with major implications, and employers and employees must approach it the right way.
"We're working with our friends in Australia, in India, in Japan, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, and Vietnam to share information and best practices as we begin to move the global economy forward," said U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday.
Although this may be an impressive timeline to people, Fauci noted that it's in line with what he's been saying since the beginning of this year.