Boris Johnson has refused to condemn Donald Trump for his controversial response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Scientists worldwide are working around the clock to create a vaccine for the coronavirus. However, even on an accelerated timeline, medical professionals are still many months away from being able to deploy a vaccine — and once there is one, there will be numerous challenges in distributing it at scale. Jonathan Moreno, a professor of medical ethics and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania, explains the process of creating a vaccine and discusses the hard question of who would be the first to receive it once it finally arrives.
Donald Trump said he is considering closing the US border with Mexico to guard against the spread of Covid-19.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned the United States on Thursday he would repeal an agreement on deployment of troops and equipment for exercises if Washington did not reinstate the visa of a political ally. Visibly upset, Duterte vented his anger over the U.S. decision to deny entry to Ronaldo dela Rosa, a former police chief who is now a senator. Dela Rosa said the U.S. embassy in the Philippines did not explain why his visa had been cancelled but that he believed it was most likely because of allegations of extrajudicial killings during his more than two-year term as police chief.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Tehran on Friday after the US killing of Qassem Soleimani.
'We need an international movement against war and for peace.'
In "Towards the North," viewers get an intimate look into the daily battles of asylum seekers from Central America through the eyes of Nelly and her daughter, Joseline.
The Labour leader presented a 451-page document covering six rounds of government talks with the US between 2017 and earlier this year.
The phrase “quid pro quo” keeps popping up in headlines amid the contentious impeachment inquiry into President Trump. In this episode of “Impeachment Explained,” Yahoo News looks at what it means and why it’s so central to the impeachment investigation being conducted in the House of Representatives.
Journalist and author of "Deep State" James Stewart joins Yahoo News Editor in Chief Dan Klaidman and Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff to talk about the impeachment inquiry surrounding President Trump.
The 10-day drills, which include amphibious assault and live-fire exercises, opened at Subic Freeport, a former U.S. naval base northwest of Manila. They will also include humanitarian work in six northern Philippine provinces.
Twelve people have been killed and others were injured on Friday following a shooting at a government building in Virginia, United States.
National Security and cybersecurity expert Paul Rosenzweig compares the actions of Presidents Trump and Clinton. Rosenzweig explains that when considering the actions of both men, the actions of President Trump, who Rosenzweig believes obstructed justice, are far more damaging to the United States.
U.S.-backed forces have captured Islamic State fighters tied to a January suicide bombing in Syria that killed four Americans.
On International Women’s Day, Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., celebrates the anniversary of her arrival in the United States as a refugee from Somalia and shares her hope for women in America and around the world.