One of America's leading China experts reflects on the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests.
The COVID-19 pandemic will trigger a "tsunami" of suicides, drug overdoses, domestic violence and depression, experts say.
The 'Bring It On' actress spent a season on the Simon Cowell-fronted talent show in 2019 but her contract was not renewed for the 15th cycle.
The "Flip it Like Disick" star shares Mason, Penelope and Reign with Kourtney Kardashian.
TikTok is the latest example of a social media company allowing bigotry to flourish on its platform.
The White Tank Mountain Regional Park near Phoenix remains closed following the blaze on Thursday.
Firefighters responded to a structure fire at Smoke Tokes, a wholesale supplier of hash oil, a concentrated form of marijuana.
Republicans are not happy with the marijuana provisions included in the House's proposed $3 trillion package.
Grammy winner Melissa Etheridge announced the sad news of her son's death on Twitter on Wednesday night.
"[Goodman has] failed to responsibly represent her constituency, not only in her clear disregard for public health, but also in her support for the casino owners over the people of Las Vegas," he said.
The 'True History of Ned Kelly' and '1917' star tells Newsweek about his latest role as Australian outlaw Ned Kelly—but not like you've seen him before.
The author's of the assessment say cleaner air is also responsible for fewer work absences and premature births.
Professor Jenny Graves of Australia's La Trobe University believes a combination of genes, hormones, behavior, and the immune system may make men more susceptible to the disease.
Rumors have swirled regarding Kim's health after he missed the celebration of his late grandfather's 108th birthday on April 15..
"Ben Affleck's dedication to smoking rivals Carrie Bradshaw," a user Tweeted with a picture of Affleck taking a puff from his cigarette.
On Wednesday, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said that she wanted to reopen the city and casinos, despite the number of coronavirus cases and deaths in the state.
Reports say Kim's health conditions were made worse by obesity, stress and heavy smoking.
Dr. Roman Wittig thinks that "spatial distancing" would be a better term to use, since socializing brings benefits that are necessary, particularly during a global pandemic.
The famous name comes from exactly where you'd expect it to: high school kids looking to get stoned.
The 'Real Time' host warned that such gloomy coverage of the pandemic allows President Donald Trump to "play the optimist."
The television personality warned the impact of the current lockdown orders in the U.S. may see "more deaths across time than the actual virus will itself."
Whatever role China may have had in the COVID-19 crisis, it was more than supplemented by the panicky, chaotic and inept response of other nations.
"Long-term exposure to air pollution increases vulnerability to experiencing the most severe COVID-19 outcomes," a team of Harvard scientists wrote.
"The coronavirus is not a state issue. It doesn't follow or respect state borders," Chris Wallace explained.
Some 15 million U.S. adults have the condition according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Tests in mice and humans suggest too much salt can dampen the body's response to infection. A healthy diet, sleep, exercise and reducing stress may help the immune system function.
"The Gentlemen" is available to stream and download now, a few months after the movie was praised as a return to form for its director Guy Ritchie.
Cameron van der Burgh, the Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter breaststroke in 2012 and silver medalist in 2016, talks about his physical struggles during his 14th day in battling coronavirus.
In the wake of the iconic artist's passing, here are five tracks to listen in memory of him.