The federal government is preparing to dole out $350 billion to states and local governments—part of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package Congress passed in March.
Speaking before a European Parliament committee, EU Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said that when all efforts are counted together, the EU's COVID response stacks up to the $1.9 trillion relief package passed under President Joe Biden.
American workers are facing many challenges in their careers, but the University of Phoenix is attempting to remedy their situation.
American politicians have ignored domestic mass shootings and skyrocketing income inequality, the Chinese Communist Party's official media outlet wrote Monday.
Ugur Sahin said his German pharmaceutical company, along with U.S.-based Pfizer, have already delivered vaccines to over 90 countries.
The woman was discharged after 24 hours of observation, during which she was treated with paracetamol and fluids.
Concern over coronavirus outbreaks on Mount Everest is leading China to draw a "separation line" on top of the mountain to prevent contact with climbers from the Nepal side.
Fewer than half of Americans say they are even somewhat concerned they or a family member could be infected with the virus, the new poll shows.
"My husband and I are thrilled to soon be welcoming a daughter," Meghan Markle said as part of her Vax Live speech. "It's a feeling of joy we share with millions of other families around the world."
Senators sent similar letters to airlines last year, requesting full cash refunds instead of flight credit to customers forced to cancel air travel during the pandemic.
Polls show that between 60% and 80% of Japanese people want the Tokyo Olympics to be canceled or delayed.
About 430 more beds will be added after a football and cricket stadium is converted into a hospital for COVID-19 patients. The Royal Global University in the Assam state capital of Gauhati will add 1,000 beds.
Doctors feared Marriam Ahmad would not wake up after she was put into a coma.
Health officials have launched an investigation into the outbreak at the Peoples Church in Salem.
Tucker Carlson faced backlash after he said thousands of people had died after they received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Jim O'Connor said the vaccine could cause death or turn people into "human vegetables."
"Artur Pawlowski and Dawid Pawlowski have both been arrested and charged with organizing an illegal in-person gathering," Calgary police said.
"Raise your wages. Pay decent benefits," Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted, describing it as a "simple solution."
"The solution is to actually pay a living wage," the New York progressive tweeted.
The Indian politician warned that the virus could "rapidly mutate" and transform "into a more contagious and more dangerous form."
France has seen an increase in railway accidents as people go to extreme lengths to capture selfies on the tracks. In response, SNCF has launched an ongoing risk prevention campaign.
Fifty-one of California's 58 counties recorded death rates above a three-year average, including 12 that had increases of 20 percent or more.
The president tried to appear optimistic about the jobs report. When he mentioned the commentators' reaction he laughed.
Only 12 low-risk territories that include Gibraltar, the Faroe Islands and the Falkland Islands will not require quarantine upon return, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced.
The city medical examiner's office said the bodies are being kept in long-term storage in refrigerated trailers at the 39th Street Pier in Brooklyn while families sort out plans to have them moved.
The World Health Organization called the decision to use the sticker a first. It will change colors when exposed to heat to signal if it is safe for use.
President Joe Biden fought back against critics who have argued that higher unemployment benefits prompted the disappointing jobs report released Friday.
Though rare, the fungal infections can cause serious health issues.
San Diego employers are struggling to find workers to return to work post-pandemic. Some restaurants have hired theater performers to fill the staffing shortage, while others have had to increase their hourly pay to convince employees to stay.