Amidst the present turmoil, we ought to seek wisdom from timeless sources.
"People are dying," Rev. Jesse Jackson said. "We're inclined to follow these doctors advice."
A Nigerian fraud ring is siphoning millions in unemployment insurance money, according to federal authorities.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is seeking to eradicate wild populations of Argentine black and white tegu it says has settled in Toombs and Tattnall counties.
A photojournalist's images of the group inside a Subway restaurant in Raleigh, North Carolina, attracted the attention of celebrities including Patton Oswalt and Mia Farrow.
"China is committed not to be the first to launch nuclear weapons," the editor-in-chief of The Global Times wrote.
Pangolins are missing two genes that alert mammals to invading viruses. Scientists suggests understanding how they tolerate the virus without these genes could pave way for COVID-19 treatments.
The crisis proves that restitution for the African American descendants of slavery is urgent, affordable and long overdue.
St. Johns County closed beaches in late March after officials said large crowds failed to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
The ornate eagle ray is wideley distributed across the Western Indo-Pacific but is naturally low in numbers and populations are declining.
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett said Israel has "moved from blocking Iran's entrenchment in Syria to forcing it out of there."
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Police said the subjects stole the items from a maid's cart at a local hotel.
First quarter fundraising results don't bode well for Republicans looking to take back control of the House of Representatives from Democrats.
"Americans who believe in limited government deserve another option," Amash said.
"This [Fall] is going to be a referendum on how'd we do with fighting the coronavirus. All the incumbents—Democrats, Republicans—are certainly getting the benefit of the doubt," one campaign analyst told Newsweek.
"More people could die outside the conflict areas due to famine than due to the direct effects of the war," researcher Jonas Jägermeyr said
A Florida man was allegedly caught trying to eat a stolen debit card at Walt Disney World on Monday, while also telling police who found him in possession of a bag of cocaine, "I'm not going to lie, it's cocaine."
Both Pyongyang and Tehran have accused Washington of using trade restrictions that harm civilian populations as a tool to coerce them into adhering to U.S. policy.
There are believed to be some 14,000 nuclear warheads worldwide, 90 percent of which belong to the U.S. or Russia.
The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons defined China, France, Russia, the U.K. and the U.S. as nuclear states, but India, Pakistan, North Korea and, though officially neither confirmed nor denied, Israel have since acquired such weapons.
James has led the Los Angeles Lakers to the best record in the Western Conference thus far, averaging 25 points and a league-leading 10 assists per game.
Her latest chapter as an advocate isn't one everyone's excited about.
Do we value women as much as we say we do? In this election, Warren our last chance to answer in the affirmative.
Critics have accused the president and his allies of attempting to intimidate and out the whistleblower.
Syria wants international support to help keep nuclear and radioactive materials out of the hands of non-state actors as violence grows in northwestern Idlib province.
The species of mudskipper moves across water in a way that has never been seen before.
Time is running out for the last remaining nuclear treaty between the United States and Russia. The deal's death could mean a return to Cold War-style competition and present new kinds of threats.