Let’s start with a sweeping look at some of the most important global trends.
Now is the time when the whole world is slowly recovering from the effects of the global pandemic
Scientists studied data on 234 glaciers across the Arctic territory spanning 34 years through 2018 and found that annual snowfall was no longer enough to replenish glaciers of the snow and ice being
The apparent suicide came after one of Park's former secretaries filed a complaint on Wednesday alleging the 64-year-old had sexually harassed her, the Yonhap news agency reported.
The markers could lead to the development of a test that would help doctors predict how ill a patient might get when infected with the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
Anti-government protests last year were primarily aimed at resisting further integration with mainland China. The Chinese national anthem has been booed at several events, including football matches.
In a matter of months, the coronavirus reset the clock on a decades-long aviation boom that’s been one of the great cultural and economic phenomena of the postwar world.
The most serious pandemic in a century has killed 131,101 people around the world, according to the tally.
Almost all the new infections - the biggest daily count since March 6 - involve travelers from overseas.
Much remains to be determined about it, including just how lethal it is. Estimates vary widely.