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The World Health Organization told Newsweek that it is aware of North Korea's recent report of an individual possibly infected with COVID-19 crossing into the country, but the country has yet to register any cases of the new coronavirus disease.
A new biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex lifts the lid on arguments with Prince William, a whirlwind romance and how Queen Elizabeth II was "devastated" by their departure from royal life.
The couple of five years made a huge declaration of love by teaming up for a new track, "Happy Anywhere," which dropped on Thursday night in what is shaping up to be a big week for music lovers.
The final three volumes of the popular manga will release for the first time in English next week.
"PUBG" has a PTS update on Xbox One and PS4 that features Season 8 content and a Sanhok remaster. Read the full patch notes and finer details here.
Professor Lynn Rosenberg of Boston University School of Public Health said: "Our work suggests that the chronic stress associated with racial discrimination may contribute to racial disparities in cognition and Alzheimer's disease."
A new documentary Zoom play, tells the stories of front-liners in the pandemic in their own words.
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Marita Hile, 64, had been driving in Tilton, Illinois when her vehicle crashed into a sign at a gas station after a child in the back seat of her car accidentally shot her.
Early results from a study of a new potential coronavirus vaccine revealed that all participants given the vaccine produced antibodies that could prevent COVID-19.
The New START treaty is due to expire in February 2021, but the Trump administration is delaying renewal and—according to experts—risking a new nuclear arms race.
Joe Biden has vowed to end profiteering from incarceration in the U.S. if elected president in 2020.
Depp is suing publisher News Group Newspapers over an article in British tabloid newspaper The Sun in which he was referred to as a "wife beater."
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"Unsolved Mysteries" is a big hit for Netflix, but the reboot has only six episodes, leaving fans trying to get their fix of true crime by watching the original Robert Stack-hosted series.
Lawyers disagree about whether the settlement marks a victory or a betrayal for survivors of his sexual misconduct.
Version 8.0 brings a new stage, music and Mii Fighter costumes.
Governor Bill Lee's executive order does not mandate wearing face masks statewide, although both Nashville and Memphis have already enacted their own mandates.
Though each state might not have an "official" food, they all have a signature dish that they claim as their own.
The sample came from Barcelona, Spain. Researchers have suggested the virus could have been circulating in the city long before cases were officially reported.
Min Min will be released on June 30 in Japan, which gives us a hint as to the exact timing.
An outbreak is expected to continue if it's reproduction number has a value greater than one, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explains.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced plans that could lead to the dismantling of the city's Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, or CHOP, on Monday.
Newsweek has identified the 20 largest publicly traded companies within the S&P 500 that do not have a single black director on their corporate boards. Procter & Gamble heads the list.
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"Some people who are asymptomatic, or some people who don't have symptoms, can transmit the virus on," the World Health Organization's Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove said Tuesday.