Untold thousands of the nearly one million international students in the US may be forced to head back home. This is how they're feeling.
After the US announced it would be imposing sanctions on Chinese officials for undermining Hong Kong's autonomy, Beijing has responded in kind.
"Perhaps by emphasizing racism in the U.S., the Chinese government is trying to brush over its own society’s problems with racism."
A Korean Adoptee Won a Landmark Paternity Suit in a Korean Court. Her Case Could Have Implications for Thousands.
Other Korean adoptees engaged in their own searches for their biological parents have cheered the verdict.
Jonathan lost his job in America. Daniel isn't working in Germany. Their governments are handling things completely differently.
After watching coronavirus unfold in China and then the U.S. right afterward, I'm struggling with the right way to monitor this disease.
Many Guatemalan migrants use their homes as collateral to pay smugglers. Unable to work, they're at risk of losing everything.
“Russia sent us a very, very large planeload of things, medical equipment, which was very nice,” he said.
“The U.S. is the threat in this case.”
“The U.S. is a special case.”
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention removed data from its website showing how many tests have been carried out on suspected cases.
Coronavirus Crops Up in New York and New Hampshire After U.S. Officials Warn of 'Inevitable' Outbreak
Researchers have warned that the virus may have spread undetected in Washington state for six weeks, meaning more cases — potentially hundreds — could’ve gone unreported to health authorities