At Huawei's first ever virtual press conference on Tuesday, CEO Eric Xu waited patiently as dozens of reporters attempted to get the moderator's attention on video conferencing platform Zoom.
A 13-year-old boy in London has become the UK's youngest known victim of the novel coronavirus, King's College Hospital has confirmed.
Thousands of migrant workers attempted to leave major cities to go back to their rural villages, after India's nationwide lockdown came into effect.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has spent a lifetime convinced he is immune from the rules lesser mortals must abide by. The trouble is, no one told Covid-19.
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman appeared on CNBC earlier this month tearfully begging for the stock market to be shut down because he thought "hell" was coming,"
The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic could drive an additional 11 million people into poverty in East Asia and the Pacific unless "urgent action" is taken, the World Bank warned in a report released Monday.
Workers across the country are sharing a new office with a new co-worker: their significant other.
Remember when actress Audrey Hepburn turned a sleek black dress into an enduring symbol of understated style? It was 1961, and Hepburn was playing the part of troubled call girl Holly Golightly in Blake Edwards' "Breakfast at Tiffany's," based on the novella by Truman Capote.
Lawns are an American obsession. Since the mass proliferation of suburbs in the 1950s and '60s, these pristine carpets of green turf have been meticulously maintained by suburbanites, with grass length and other aesthetic considerations enforced with bylaws and by homeowner associations.
As movement around the world grows more and more restricted, it's hard to imagine what travel will look like when it eventually ramps back up.
Too much clean energy. It's an unusual problem to have, and one that's spurred a group of islands off the northern coast of Scotland to become an unlikely pioneer in hydrogen power.
Spring break, save for some determined spring breakers in Florida and tourists heading to Hawaii, was largely canceled, but what about summer vacation?
I always knew that, as an Asian American man growing up in the United States, I wasn't as desirable or "American" as my peers.
The United States, Europe, Japan, China and India are unleashing trillions of dollars in government spending and newly created money as they desperately attempt to keep the global economy from sinking into depression.
One of the art world's biggest events, Art Basel, has been postponed as the coronavirus pandemic continues to grip Europe, it was announced the four-day event will now be held in September.