Wednesday, July 21st 2021
Journalist James Grainger talks about the situation in the country and the government's handling of the pandemic.
Devastating floods last week killed at least 165 people in Germany. Many Germans are now asking why the country was caught so off guard.
Federal prosecutors say Tom Barrack, a longtime friend of Donald Trump, used his proximity to the White House to benefit the UAE.
President Biden heads to Cincinnati on Wednesday to drum up more support for the bipartisan infrastructure deal he brokered with Congress.
The U.S. team has a chance to recover and advance to the next round with upcoming games against New Zealand and Australia.
Houston Methodist Hospital CEO Marc Boom says at least one hospitalization is a patient infected with the Lambda variant, a strain of coronavirus that's rampant in parts of South America.
Most patients that might be prescribed the new Alzheimer's drug are older and are Medicare patients.
Mutual aid groups helped cover where social services fell short during the pandemic.
The new rule comes amid criticism of how Trump's Justice Department secretly obtained records from reporters during a leak investigation.
For the last year, airlines have struggled to weather the storm of the pandemic — but new revenue reports signal that they might be turning the corner.
There's concern among some health experts that interest in getting vaccinated will drop once the lotteries end.
Carly Zdanek and John Stout, two college graduates with about $130,000 in student debt, started with a used USB drive and decided to barter their way up in an attempt...
The Bucks were led by Giannis Antetokounmpo, the star of the team who put up a legendary 50 points to clinch the win and the MVP trophy for himself.
Since the condo collapse, the bodies of 97 victims were recovered, with two of those still unidentified.
A decade ago, Kyle MacDonald exchanged a paper clip for something a little more valuable, and so on and so on, until he had a home. His success inspired a...