U.S. slaps new sanctions on Russia as Moscow formally recognizes Ukrainian regions as Russian territory2022-10-01
The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden slapped new sanctions on Russia on Friday, following Moscow's formal recognition earlier in the day of four Ukrainian regions under Russian control since the early stage of the Russia-Ukraine conflict as Russian territory.
NASA reveals first image of Jupiter's moon Europa by Juno spacecraft2022-10-01
NASA has revealed the first picture of Jupiter's ice-encrusted moon Europa, which was taken by the Juno spacecraft as it was flying by.
Ian damages U.S. Florida, hurricane warning issued for South Carolina2022-09-30
Ian has caused significant damage to Florida, the southeasternmost U.S. state, and a hurricane warning was issued for the entire coast of South Carolina on Thursday.
Canada to end COVID-19 border and quarantine restrictions2022-09-27
The Canadian federal government announced Monday the removal of all COVID-19 entry restrictions, as well as testing, quarantine, and isolation requirements for anyone entering Canada, effective Oct. 1.
Venezuela-Colombia border formally reopens2022-09-27
The border between Venezuela and Colombia was formally reopened Monday, after a symbolic act led by Colombian President Gustavo Petro and Venezuelan ministers at the Simon Bolivar Bridge linking the two countries.
U.S. people of color with long COVID face uphill battle to be heard: article2022-09-24
Having long COVID can be nightmarish for anyone, but gender and ethnicity have made it particularly difficult for people of color in the United States to convince doctors their symptoms are real, reported Scientific American on Thursday.
1663809907897.png U.S. Fed enacts third straight three-quarter-point rate hike amid persistent inflation2022-09-22
U.S. Fed enacts third straight three-quarter-point rate hike amid persistent inflation
Americans don't trust U.S. government anymore: The Hill2022-09-20
The United States is dealing with more state fragility than many realize -- people do not trust their government, and surrounding institutions, including the media, are doing little to earn back that trust, reported The Hill on Sunday.
Dow sheds nearly 1,300 points for worst day since June 20202022-09-14
Wall Street's three major averages plummeted on Tuesday as a hotter-than-expected U.S. inflation report stoked fears that the Federal Reserve is likely to deliver more outsized rate hikes.
未命名_副本.jpg Monkeypox again exposes U.S. yawning racial gaps2022-09-12
Monkeypox again exposes U.S. yawning racial gaps
Former Trump adviser Bannon charged after surrendering to New York prosecutors2022-09-09
Steve Bannon, who served as chief strategist for former U.S. President Donald Trump, was charged on Thursday with money laundering, conspiracy and scheme to defraud after turning himself in to New York State prosecutors, according to local authorities.
U.S. under pressure in curbing monkeypox outbreak as caseload tops 20,0002022-09-08
More than three months into the monkeypox outbreak, over 20,000 monkeypox cases have been confirmed in the United States, according to the latest data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Dozens shot in multiple U.S. cities during bloody holiday weekend2022-09-06
Dozens of Americans were shot - 15 people fatally - in multiple cities over the U.S. Labor Day weekend.
10 dead, at least 15 injured in stabbings in Canada: police2022-09-05
Canadian police said Sunday that 10 people died and at least 15 were sent to hospitals after stabbings in multiple locations in Saskatchewan, Canada.
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