The president's illness brought sympathy, but boosted the prognosis that the U.S. is a mess.
More than six months into the pandemic, parts of Europe and the U.S. are still failing the basics of fighting COVID-19.
From Durham, North Carolina, to Tokyo to San Francisco to Berlin, thousands of people took to the streets to protest George Floyd’s death, police brutality and racism.
Mass testing is a particular strength, but the key may lie in genetics. Having an overwhelmingly homogeneous population that's been studied in depth is an advantage.
The US Food and Drug Administration has lifted a 3 year-long import ban on chloroquine products manufactured by Mumbai-based Ipca Laboratories, a company that it last investigated in August 2019.
Abandoned public places, empty grocery stores and extreme sanitation are visible in photos from around the globe.
"This is a war crime," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted to Trump after he threatened to destroy Iranian cultural sites. "It makes you a monster."
Spain's top court is expected to decide any day now on the fate of the politicians and activists behind Catalonia’s 2017 independence referendum.
Raising kids with a greater appreciation for differences can help make the world a better place.
In 1990, the U.S. was ranked sixth in "human capital," based on a person's expected productive years of work. Now it's 27th.