Physical demand for crude has dried up in the wake of coronavirus containment measures, creating a global supply glut.
Canadian province devastated as it reels from the deadliest mass shooting in the country’s history.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and chief rival sign coalition deal, averting new elections.
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A Pitt County resident in their 60s with underlying medical conditions died last week from complications.
Health workers have a few tricks for solving this vexing problem, but it will take trial and error to find the one that works for you.
At least 55 residents of the Cobble Hill Health Center (left) in Brooklyn have died after a coronavirus outbreak crippled the facility. The death toll at care facilities in the US recently 8,000.
Tests designed to identify people with covid-19 antibodies, but which sometimes yield negative results even in infected patients, have been falsely advertised by some test makers as effective in the screening of potential covid-19 patients.
As social distancing guidelines force people to spend more time at home, pet owners have begun to notice some truly bizarre behavior.
As the coronavirus overwhelms the health care system, people with other illnesses struggle to find treatment.
Earlier this year, 60-year-old William Garrison had an important choice to make. Convicted to serve a lifetime in prison when he was just 16 years old, Garrison was eligible for parole in February, or he could serve a seven-month sentence and walk away from p…
A policewoman and two frontline coronavirus workers were among the 18 victims who died.
The US president played a carefully chosen clip of an outspoken critic at his White House briefing.
Some German school pupils are also back in class, but social distancing remains in force.
Coronavirus downturn has put major pressure on oil prices with demand slumping and storage running out.
The messages are disclosed in a privacy case the Duchess of Sussex is bringing against a newspaper.
Jair Bolsonaro has repeatedly said that the risk posed by coronavirus has been exaggerated.
Sir Richard Branson says he is not asking for a handout, but a commercial loan to save the airline.
Richard Wadani was drafted to fight for Nazi Germany in 1939, but deserted and switched sides.
Three beaches in Sydney – but Australia remains under “lockdown” rules, and will be for some time.
Chris Lewis was midway through a charity challenge to walk the UK coastline when the lockdown began.
Governor’s order allows people to get marriage licence remotely and clerks to perform ceremonies via video conference.
Iranian vessels ‘encountered’ US military ships on Wednesday, actions that US claimed were ‘dangerous and provocative’.