North Korea says its measures against the coronavirus pandemic were “preemptive, timely and strong,” and any threats were “under safe and stable control.”
The U.S. Air Force has had to revise the way it executes its day-to-day missions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with commanders all over the world amending their playbooks to keep airmen safe and healthy.
The international reputation of the United States has declined further in the wake of its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research Tuesday from the Pew Research Center.
The Rinks at Exeter in New Hampshire, told the Boston Globe that at least a dozen visiting hockey players from New York tested positive for COVID-19.
The number of deaths in the U.S. through July 2020 is 8 to 12 percent higher than it would have been if the coronavirus pandemic had never happened.
AMU Disaster Crew podcast: John Ubaldi discusses how the outcome of the November U.S. presidential election will affect foreign policies.
In this inaugural episode of the AMU Disaster Crew podcast, we speak with with Sylvia Longmire about how COVID-19 is affecting life at the US-Mexico border.
Europe’s travel ban on Americans and most other foreigners is set to remain in place, while Algeria is removed from the EU’s safe travel list.
Having a tough time recognizing your neighbors behind their pandemic masks? Computers are finding it more difficult, too.
The head of Army operations said Wednesday that the service is resuming large-scale combat training exercises in spite of the recent rise in coronavirus cases across the country.