The path of the U.S. economy largely depends on developments involving COVID-19 as the country has failed to control the pandemic, a senior Federal Reserve official said on Wednesday.
Washington adjusts visa restrictions amid protest2020-07-13
Opposition to the introduction of visa restrictions on international students in the United States continues to grow, with 180 academic institutions in the country speaking out against the move, despite adjustments made to the policy by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Mayor of S.Korean capital Seoul found dead2020-07-10
Park Won-soon, mayor of South Korea's capital Seoul, was found dead around midnight, hours after his daughter filed a missing report to police Thursday evening, multiple local media said citing the police.
Harvard, MIT sue U.S. gov't over rule on int'l students2020-07-09
Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Wednesday filed a federal suit to prevent the U.S. government from enforcing a rule that would imperil international students if their universities switch to online-only courses in the fall due to the coronavirus pandemic.