The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Monday that it was dangerous to assume the Omicron variant would herald the end of COVID-19's acutest phase, exhorting nations to stay focused to beat the pandemic.
A day after Finland applied for NATO membership, neighbor Sweden looked to make its own historic application. Latest Ukraine updates.
“This is a complicated issue that’s without precedent and with profound consequences,” Chris Kempczinski, the chief executive of McDonald’s, wrote in a memo that was obtained by The Times.
Colorado's cases are among dozens nationwide of unknown cause, but so far no children in the state have died from the mystery illness.
China has reported disappointing economic data for the month of April, underscoring the extensive damage Covid lockdowns have wreaked on the country.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will address downtown violence and a Millennium Park curfew being enacted after a fatal shooting near "The Bean."
The Penguins-Rangers first-round Eastern Conference playoff series lasted seven games and 13 days. With all that happened during that time, it felt like it lasted 70 games and 130 days. We witnessed: • A triple-overtime Penguins win in Game 1 and an ove…
Ukrainian forces say they have pushed back the Russian military in the region around Kharkiv while attention is on Russia's reaction to Finland's NATO bid.
Seven people were shot Sunday night in Winston-Salem. Police say it was not a “random act of violence.”
Finding a probable culprit can sometimes happen fairly quickly when something new pops up in the infectious diseases sphere. But that doesn't mean the end of the mystery.
Nearly a year after he was booed and jeered as a “traitor” at a Florida event, the former veep's tightly scripted comeback is showing returns.
For construction worker Yogendra Tundre, life at a building site on the outskirts of the Indian capital New Delhi is hard enough. This year, record high temperatures are making it unbearable.
LAGUNA WOODS, Calif. (AP) — A man opened fire during a lunch reception at a Southern California church, killing one person and wounding five senior citizens before a pastor hit the gunman on the head with a chair and parishioners hog-tied him with electrical …
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A gunman opened fire in a Southern California church during a lunch banquet on Sunday, killing one person and wounding five, before churchgoers detained the suspect and hog-tied his legs with an electrical cord, authorities said.