People across the continent are embracing a range of pursuits in an effort to keep healthy and sane
In the past week, the U.S. has blown past record levels of infection that were seen in the summer, when new cases topped 77,000 in July.
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The earthquake's worst effects are being reported in nearby Turkey, where officials say four people are dead and at least 12 buildings destroyed or damaged in the city of Izmir.
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A new film focuses on Nasrin Sotoudeh, a leading human rights lawyer whose health is declining in prison. "She is the closest thing that Iran has to Nelson Mandela," says analyst Karim Sadjadpour.
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Michael Skakel was previously accused of bludgeoning to death his 15-year-old neighbor. The prosecutor's office said many of the potential prosecution witnesses for the 1975 murder case have died
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It looked as if polio would be the second human disease to be eliminated — after smallpox.
Republican senator David Perdue has pulled out of the final debate with his Democratic challenger, Jon Ossoff, after the pair exchanged personal attacks during a televised debate on Wednesday.
In the debate moderated by WTOC-TV, Ossoff called the incumbent 'a crook', while Perdue accused his rival of profiting off 'communist China'. The exchange later went viral after Ossoff shared the clip on social media
Military chiefs keen to stay out of the way – a decisive result lowers risk of prolonged crisis and the protests it could generate
Federal laws and longstanding custom generally leave the US military out of the election process.
The overthrow of Guyana’s ruling party by colonial forces fomented a racial divide that continues to blight its politics
This fascinating documentary about extraordinary finds makes a clear statement about the reclamation of Egypt’s heritage