The 1918 influenza pandemic was the deadliest public health event in recorded history. There are lessons to be learned from what happened a century ago.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will pay Novavax $1.6 billion to develop 300 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine by the beginning of 2021.
A Turkish court on Friday convicted Amnesty International’s former Turkey chairman, Taner Kilic, of membership in a terror organization and sentenced him to more than six years in prison.
Mike Pompeo stated that the U.S. is “certainly looking at” restricting TikTok and other Chinese social media apps, reviving national security and privacy concerns about China’s tech giants.
An online video and messages purportedly claiming responsibility for a fire that analysts say damaged a centrifuge assembly plant at Iran's underground Natanz nuclear site deepened the mystery Friday around the incident.
In recent months, Turkey has deployed an array of air defense missile systems in both Syria and Libya to deter and defend against air and drone attacks mounted by its rivals in these war zones.
North Korea on Saturday reiterated it has no immediate plans to resume nuclear negotiations with the United States unless Washington discards what it describes as “hostile” polices toward Pyongyang.
The Department of Homeland Security announced Wednesday that it will be adding the protection of statues and monuments to its mission.
The Transportation, DHS, and HHS departments made recommendations in a report with guidelines for reducing the risk of spreading coronavirus by air travel.
Intelligence that Afghan militants might have accepted Russian bounties for killing American troops did not scuttle the U.S.-Taliban agreement or President Donald Trump’s plan to withdraw thousands more troops from the war.