Thursday, September 23rd 2021
Nuclear activity on the Korean Peninsula is reaching new heights since North and South Korea pledged to denuclearize in 2018.
Petra Mayer shares a bunch of book recommendations with us.
After the death of a male, scientists tried something novel: artificial insemination from a wild ocelot into one at a zoo.
Pfizer-BioNTech has announced that its coronavirus vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11 is safe and effective, and there's speculation that the shot could go into kids' arms by Halloween.
The White House is backing a United Nations target to get 70% of the globe vaccinated by 2022.
The Food and Drug Administration has given authorization for Pfizer-BioNTech's booster shot to seniors and high-risk people.
Orphan or abandoned oil and gas wells were left by companies that no longer operate.
Forget wedding catering done with stainless steel serving trays heated by propane burners. A new breed of caterers uses custom-made cast iron cooking gear and an open fire to feed...
Angela Merkel has been a fixture in European politics. The longtime chancellor plans to step down when a new government in Germany is formed.
Overdose deaths from methamphetamines have tripled in the U.S. according to the latest data, all of which was gathered before the pandemic.
Authors are still flooding the market with books about former President Donald Trump's waning days in the White House.
If it defaults on its debt, it could rattle the Chinese economy and markets around the world.
The move comes as a relief to health officials worried about the strained global supply of vaccines.
The Fed also announced that inflation rates are going up.