Financial Pain Deepens As Nearly 60 Countries Exposed To Virus

As the virus outbreak saps financial markets, businesspeople around the world worried about the threats to their livelihoods. ... Read more »

Quaden Bayles’ Family Forgoes Crowdfunded Disneyland Trip To Help Charities

The 9-year-old's family has asked for the donations to go instead to organizations that help Indigenous youth and people with dwarfism. ... Read more »

Guam Islanders Who Suffered 1940s War Atrocities Are Finally Getting Paid

More than 3,000 native Guamanians will get payments of $10,000 to $25,000 as compensation from the U.S. government for their suffering... Read more »

Saudi Arabia Bars Foreign Pilgrims As Iranian Vice President Diagnosed With Coronavirus

It appeared Saudi officials worried about the risk of pilgrims spreading the virus as they had in Iran. ... Read more »

Japan’s Prime Minister Asks All Schools To Close Over Coronavirus

The government has urged that big gatherings be scrapped for two weeks while pledging that the 2020 Summer Olympics will go... Read more »

Syrian Opposition Fighters Retake Key Town From Government

The government’s attempt to recapture opposition stronghold Idlib has triggered a humanitarian catastrophe and the war’s largest single wave of displacement. ... Read more »

At Least 20 Dead From Delhi Riots During Trump Trip

While violence between Hindu mobs and Muslims protesting a citizenship law gripped New Delhi, Prime Minister Modi hosted a lavish reception... Read more »

Nero Worship: Trump And Modi Revel In Bromance As Delhi Burns

As religious violence continued for the third day in Delhi, US President Donald Trump extolled the virtues of Indian democracy in... Read more »

Death Toll Rises In New Delhi As Hindu Mobs Attack Muslims During Trump Visit

India has been rocked by violence since Parliament approved a new law that excludes a fast-track path to citizenship for Muslim... Read more »

Memes, Farce And Violence Mark Trump’s Breathless 36 Hours In India

Shortly after the U.S. president congratulated Prime Minister Modi for leading a "peaceful" country, rioters created an atmosphere of terror in... Read more »

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Dead At 91

The autocrat ruled Egypt for nearly three decades until explosive protests drove him out of power in 2011. ... Read more »

Chitetsu Watanabe, World’s Oldest Man, Dies At 112

The Japanese man credited smiling to his longevity. ... Read more »

‘Best Day Of His Life:’ Bullying Victim Quaden Bayles Leads Out All-Star Rugby Team

Days earlier, video of the 9-year-old breaking down over taunts about his dwarfism went viral. ... Read more »

Countdown To Taliban Peace Deal To Begin With 7-Day ‘Reduction Of Violence’

The peace agreement, to be signed on Feb. 29, will pave the way for a withdrawal of U.S. troops and intra-Afghan... Read more »

Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Attempted Murder After Stabbing In London Mosque

One man suffering from stab wounds has been taken to hospital. ... Read more »

First 2 Coronavirus Deaths Reported From Diamond Princess Cruise Ship

A Japanese man and woman in their 80s, both of whom had underlying health conditions, have died after contracting COVID-19, Japanese... Read more »

9 Killed In Suspected ‘Xenophobic’ Shootings In Germany

The suspect and his mother were also found dead at home after the shootings at two hookah bars in the western... Read more »

China Revokes 3 Wall Street Journal Reporters’ Credentials Over Op-Ed

They were expelled after the Journal refused to apologize and "hold the persons involved accountable,” said a Chinese official. ... Read more »

Pompeii’s House Of Lovers Finally Reopens 40 Years After Devastating Earthquake

Restoration of the "jewel" archaeological site — believed to have been a brothel — was officially completed this week. ... Read more »

Apple Warns China Virus Will Cut iPhone Production, Sales

The Cupertino, California-based company said Monday that all of its iPhone manufacturing facilities are outside Hubei province, the epicenter of the... Read more »