"This is a preview of our future," said meteorologist Carl Parker.
Democrats notified the FBI over concerns Russia is "laundering" intelligence directed against former Vice President Joe Biden through a GOP-led Senate committee.
The country aims to have 30 million doses of a vaccine for the virus this year.
The long-awaited "Russia report" into the threat Russia poses to the U.K. has been released with clear criticism of government.
Ambassador to Russia Kazem Jalali claimed that the U.S. is trying to weaken all three countries and urged closer cooperation.
Both U.S. and Russian forces trained separately in the Black Sea, a flashpoint for tensions between the two powers.
Consequences could include financial-sector sanctions, asset freezes, cyber responses, or other actions, "depending on the nature of the attack," Biden wrote.
Several Russian health officials have denied the allegation.
Bloomberg reported Monday that top government officials and business tycoons had received a vaccine developed by the state-run Gamaleya Institute in Moscow.
"The Russians are still engaged in trying to delegitimize our electoral process. Fact," Joe Biden said. "China and others are engaged as well in activities that are designed for us to lose confidence in the outcome."
The top Chinese and Russian diplomats spoke over the phone Friday about concerns that President Donald Trump's "America first" policy has tarnished the country's international credibility.
"We believe that based on the current results it will be approved in Russia in August," Kirill Dmitriev, head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, said.
Police raided the home of Vladimir Beskhlebny, 72, the chairman of the group that denies the collapse of the Soviet Union.
"Throughout 2020, APT29 has targeted various organisations involved in COVID-19 vaccine development in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom," according to a new intelligence report.
The head of Russia's parliamentary foreign affairs committee, Leonid Slutsky, said the statement by foreign secretary Dominic Raab was "Russophobic."
Business newspaper RBC reported that in April and May Russia was hit by a slump in demand for gas and a spike in demand for the precious metal.
The religion has been outlawed in Russia since 2017 since when there have been a number of arrests of followers.
Melita Vujnovic was discussing reports the virus had been found in wastewater long before the first cases were reported.
In Mongolia, at least one person dies from plague every year, despite public health campaigns warning people to avoid eating or coming into contact with marmots.
Presidents Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping have been publicly drawing closer during the COVID-19 pandemic, but deep issues remain that will hamper the development of a unified anti-Western bloc.
Countries around the globe must jointly put in place best practice—including mandatory mask wearing, social distancing, and above all, sharing readily available solutions—before it is too late.
"First, I'm going to write a book about this entire ordeal," Donald Trump's longtime associate said, following the president's commutation of his 40-month prison sentence.
The president commuted the 40-month prison sentence of his longtime associate on Friday evening.
President Donald Trump once again singled out the few dissenting members of the Republican Party who criticized him publicly.
Satire works best when exaggeration is kept to a bare minimum, and Buckley's satire is the best we have going these days.
The United Nations Security Council failed on Friday to break a deadlock as the final vote is expected on Saturday.
Kelly Craft, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., tells Newsweek she has taken personally the Russia and China vetoes of a Security Council resolution that would have extended humanitarian access into Syria.
Twice this week a U.N. resolution which would have ensured cross-border cooperation until 2021 failed to pass.
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.
Facebook, which owns Instagram, told Newsweek the "takedown" came as part of "a larger enforcement" bundle that included accounts in Ecuador, Canada, Brazil, Ukraine and the U.S.