As COVID-19 spread, the WHO often shied away from criticizing countries including Japan, France, and Britain, which made repeated mistakes.
It has been a U.S. election like no other, and global interest in the 2020 race to the White House has been unprecedented.
A large study showed just 4.4% of people in England had antibodies at the end of September, suggesting that so-called “herd immunity” is still a “long, long way” off.
A man tried to get an appraisal for a Banksy piece he removed from a wall but ended up getting a lecture instead.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has outlined a new three-tiered system of local restrictions.
UK police said it was pure luck that the passenger wasn't seriously injured or killed.
At least 140 schools across England have been forced to partially close since the new academic year started, after reporting positive cases.
Octogenarian Harry Harvey was missing for three nights after getting separated from his walking partner in a hailstorm.
"Am I that much of an old man that I think this looks preferable to an actual festival?"