Rugby star Jordan Petaia's world has been turned upside down after his father, Tielu, suffered a heart attack on Wednesday evening.
As lockdowns took hold over much of America earlier this year, non-essential services were among the first to shutter-among them, cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The majority of Russians are still concerned about the risks of contracting the coronavirus, rising prices, the inaccessibility of medicine and devaluation of their own savings, a fresh survey by Russia's Center for Strategic Research (CSR) and autonomous nonprofit organization National Priorities showed on Friday.
After a more than three-hour meeting, Democrats and White House negotiators still don’t have a deal on coronavirus relief for nearly 30 million Americans. The president is now threatening to take executive action if the two sides can’t come to an agreement. Weijia Jiang reports.
People in Beirut are protesting against the government, after a giant explosion killed more than 150 people. They're angry over accusations of government corruption they believe led to Tuesday's blast. Imtiaz Tyab is in Beirut, speaking to survivors.
It is not surprising that we haven’t yet seen a big dent in new case numbers because there are still many cases being found that are linked to existing outbreaks, and these will mask any reductions in the background rate.
The coronavirus pandemic caused disruptions in the meat supply chain, opening a window of opportunity for plant-based burgers. Now cattle ranches and alternative meat makers are competing for a spot on your dinner plate. Barry Petersen reports.
A new coalition of independent restaurants is pushing for congressional relief. Some analysts project one third of U.S. restaurants are at risk of closing for good. Errol Barnett reports.
New York Attorney General Letitia James held a press conference announcing the state’s lawsuit against the National Rifle Association. Jeff Pegues reports.
Partners with Gavi, Gates Foundation, will provide 100 mn doses to Covax, a WHO initiative led by Gavi and CEPI
New Delhi [India], Aug 7 (ANI/NewsVoir): In a fervent effort to warn the public against the misleading advertisement published in a leading News Paper on 29th June, 2020, Harjit Kaur, majority shareholder and Director of Campa Beverages Pvt Ltd, the owner of "Campa Cola" brand has reiterated her stand and stated that the said advertisement has deceptively used their brand name and wrongfully projected an alleged association with their business.
While India are yet to play an international fixture since the game was disrupted in March due to coronavirus pandemic, England became the first country to host cricket after COVID-19 halt in July.
We break down all the ways Jack Thorne’s movie adaptation overhauls Frances Hodgson Burnett’s story.
As per SII, the vaccines will be available as early as the first half of 2021 after gaining approvals and qualifications from the WHO