More than 150 people have died after an explosion in the Lebanese capital of Beirut.
Several Russian health officials have denied the allegation.
Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) said Tuesday that lawmakers should consider reinstating cost-of-living adjustments for members of Congress, the last of which occurred in January 2009.
Outside Washington, the argument that the answer to the problems created by subsidizing unemployment lies in a program to subsidize re-employment would be met with silent stares—and justifiably so.
Americans have good reason to be skeptical that Big Pharma will be our savior in this crisis—unless our fellow Republicans and Democrats in Congress intervene.
Ordinary Americans—not corporations—need money now. What will it take for Republican leaders in Congress to feel "the urgency" and do their part?
He followed President Trump's lead Sunday, declaring all Americans have the right to "worship at a church service."
The European Union's foreign policy chief cautioned member states against allowing China to take advantage of diplomatic divisions between them in order to impose their "state-centric" stance.
We must not let emergency coronavirus policies turn into socialism.
The Trump administration is claiming it has no authority over drug prices, including the one every single American needs urgently. That's a lie.
Mike DeWine described the reasoning behind his decision to pull back on a previous mandate requiring customers and employees to wear face masks, as retail stores reopen across the state.
The government agency has also urged manufacturers to steer clear of false claims as more than 1,500 companies register to develop hand sanitizers.
The assembled group—Scientists to Stop COVID-19—has reportedly worked behind-the-scenes in recent months, compiling a report containing some possible responses to the spreading infectious disease.
There are health care workers across America, without symptoms or with mild ones, who can't get tests or enough masks, gowns and gloves. And it doesn't have to be this way.
From Michigan's Gretchen Whitmer to Chicago's Lori Lightfoot, women are stepping up to lead the fight against COVID-19.
"My Administration is working to publish new guidelines for State and local policymakers to use in making decisions about maintaining, increasing, or relaxing social distancing," Trump's letter read.
As space runs out at the plant, experts have urged the Japanese government to begin releasing filtered water from Fukushima into the sea or air.
A report from researchers at the University of Cambridge found a global rise in democratic "malaise." The subsequent rise in populism is "less a cause" and "more a symptom," they say.
The Trump administration is set to announce its replacement for the Obama-era WOTUS rule. Environmentalists say it is "reckless and capricious."
Twitter users accused Pelosi of defending the regime in Tehran, though she condemned its shooting down of a passenger airliner last week and its regional strategy.
"We have ZERO problems with the American people...Our sole problem is Trump. In the event of war, it is he who will bear full responsibility," a top Iranian presidential adviser said on Twitter.
Incumbent Monroe County, New York county executive Adam Bello is the first Democrat to obtain the seat in 30 years. Now the Republican-controlled county legislature is allegedly seeking to limit his powers before he enters office.
"The result is the United States gets dirtier air and we get to pay more money for the dirty energy being provided," Robert Ukeiley of the Center for Biological Diversity told Newsweek.
The Ugandan bill—colloquially known as "Kill the Gays"—was nullified in 2014 on a technicality but the government said it plans to resurrect the bill within a few weeks.
The updated procedures let meat companies kill pigs as quickly as they want and pass inspection responsibilities from government officials to plant employees.
"Hong Kongers are fighting for freedom, fighting for democracy, fighting for human rights," a pro-democracy activist said. "These are values that the United States stands for."
Negotiators are reportedly close to an initial agreement that will open dialogue between the Taliban and the Afghan government with a view to ending almost two decades of conflict.
Interior Minister Joachim Brudzinski denounced the revival of the abandoned tradition, echoing condemnation across Poland and the world.