A French man destroyed his kitchen by swinging an electric fly swat racket which ignited a gas canister.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell disagreed on Tuesday with President Donald Trump's suggestion that Russia be readmitted to the G7.
IHME Director Dr. Christopher Murray said he was concerned about Brazil showing "rapid increases despite having in place considerable social distancing mandates."
The world could lose up to $16 trillion in wealth, due to the new coronavirus pandemic, according to a new report published by Boston Consulting Group.
Alice Cutter, 24, entered the Miss Hitler beauty contest under the name "Buchenwald Princess"—a reference to a World War II concentration camp.
U.K. based photographer Adam Gray was detained by police, prompting Prime Minister Boris Johnson to call on the Trump administration to allow journalists to do their job "without fear of arrest"
Back in 1979, I was looking for gibbons in Khao Yai National Park in Thailand. There in front of us, about 30 feet away, was a large tiger lying in the middle of the trail.
The numbers can sound bad, but within context, they show the impact of the virus on different countries worldwide.
Social media commentators claim that the one-time $1,200 check being given to U.S. workers is much lower than what other countries are providing, but the truth is a little more complicated.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau said she is "feeling so much better," after she had tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month.
Coronavirus-related fraud has taken a multitude of forms over the last several weeks, from bogus delivery services to illegitimate charitable donations.
In response to COVID-19's mounting global impact, leaders across the world are imposing nationwide lockdown policies to combat the virus' spread.
"The pace of the scientific research has been really at a breathtaking speed," says Angela Rasmussan, a virologist and research scientist at Columbia University. "It's unprecedented."
Buckingham Palace said the 93-year-old monarch would be leaving London a week earlier than planned and will stay at Windsor until beyond the Easter period.
The U.S. death toll reaches 69 and Europe sees its highest increase in deaths in a day, while South Korea sees a decline in new cases.
Some insurance companies have been adjusting their policies in view of the outbreak, but travelers should check with their airlines, hotels and travel agents before filing a claim with insurers.
The COVID-19 disease has claimed more than 4,000 lives so far and has now spread to every country in the European Union.
While the death toll has climbed to more than 3,800, around 88 countries have yet to report any cases of the virus, while at least 62,053 people globally have recovered from the injection.
The outbreak continues with the U.S. military in Italy, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and more countries outside China reporting new cases.
The World Health Organization has warned of the severe depletion of protective gear, with a surge in demand across the world since the outbreak of the virus
The U.S. saw four more deaths in Washington and the World Health Organization declared the outbreak has entered "unchartered territory" as cases in South Korea reach nearly 5,000.
Thailand and Australia report first coronavirus deaths, while cases in South Korea and the death toll in Iran nearly double over the weekend.
Sgt. Maj. Jakrapanth Thomma gunned down 26 people and injured 57 others in a shooting spree in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima before police shot him dead, authorities said.
Thousands of passengers and crew members on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship have been quarantined off the coast of Yokohama, near Tokyo, Japan.
The former U.S. ambassador defended President Donald Trump's strike on Qassem Soleimani, saying the assassination was a "long time coming."
The officer needed a tetanus shot and a course of antibiotics after being assaulted by Judith Mundle in Walsall, U.K.