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Mike Pence reportedly overruled the CDC on extending a cruise ship ban to 2021,...

The CDC asked on Tuesday to extend the "no-sail order" first imposed in March 2020 to February 2021, but Pence refused, according to Axios.

China Accelerates Its Crackdown on Foreign Journalists

These days, foreign journalists are facing unprecedented challenges in China.A March report from the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China (FCCC) finds that in 2019,...

Hathras gang rape: India victim cremated ‘without family’s consent’

The woman's death after she was gang raped allegedly by upper-caste men has caused huge anger in India.

Two universities welcomed students on campus. Only one tested for Covid-19

Duke’s plan was to implement rigorous weekly testing. UNC said testing created a ‘false sense of security’As the sun disappeared behind the chapel on...

Sonic boom heard in Paris and suburbs caused by fighter jet breaking sound barrier

A loud blast heard throughout Paris on Wednesday briefly caused panic as edgy residents feared a bombing five days after a terrorist attack outside...

A tawdry round one: Biden vs. Trump debate was an embarrassment for America

It was a train wreck and a dumpster fire rolled into one. It was messy, it was ugly and it never let up.

The family of one of the officers who killed Breonna Taylor started an online...

The family of Detective Myles Cosgrove is trying to raise $75,000 so that he can buy out the rest of his service time and...

Merkel: Germany can avoid second coronavirus lockdown

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday that she wanted to do everything in her power to avoid another national lockdown as coronavirus infection...

Tech Army Set Up by Europe’s Last Dictator Turns on Its Creator

WARSAW, Poland—One of the rare successes chalked up by the regime of Europe’s last dictator has been the establishment of a kind of East...

‘Nobody won’: Conservatives in Biden hometown left cold by Trump debate

A "Policemen for Trump" hat on his head, Tom Kenney leaves the small room where a dozen or so supporters of the US president...

Almost a War?: Russian and Chinese Planes Violated South Korean Airspace

Intrusions into East China Sea airspace claimed by both China and Japan are fairly common — even sometimes involving South Korea. What HappenedAn odd...

Venus might be habitable today, if not for Jupiter

Venus might not be a sweltering, waterless hellscape today, if Jupiter hadn't altered its orbit around the sun, according to new research.