As cities burn during continuing protests over police violence, the police have responded with even more violence.
As governments turn their focus to economic recovery—can it also be green?
The Afghan government has called for the Taliban to extend a three-day cease-fire, and reports suggest the Taliban may agree to an extension.
Brazil now has the second highest number of coronavirus cases globally, and the president’s approval rating keeps slipping.
Popular protests extinguished plans for new national security laws in 2003. Will China now impose them by fiat?
The WHO chief is “very concerned” about rising cases in poorer countries, as worldwide cases pass five million.
Taiwan has received acclaim for its coronavirus strategy, but setbacks at the WHO show how far it still struggles for international recognition.
Over 120 countries have now co-sponsored calls for an inquiry into the international response to the coronavirus pandemic.
As researchers around the world race to develop a coronavirus vaccine, questions remain over equitable distribution.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the U.S. risks an even deeper downturn if Congress doesn't take further action soon.
The State Department says the trip is to discuss the coronavirus and Iran, but a much more pressing issue is likely on the agenda.
After a relatively slow start to the pandemic, Russia is now seeing the number of cases grow rapidly.