A new study released by the Journal of the American Medical Association on Thursday found that cardiomyopathy, or "Broken Heart Syndrome," has increased during the coronavirus pandemic.
Aerosols containing the COVID-19 virus suspended in the air can infect others upon inhalation in crowded, indoor spaces with poor ventilation, the World Health Organization wrote in an update published late Thursday.
When sports finally emerge from their slumber, one physician believes proof of immunity can eventually be a way to ensure the safety of those who attend certain arenas.
A small study strengthens evidence that a pregnant woman infected with the coronavirus might be able to spread it to her fetus.
Gordon Chang, author of "The Coming Collapse of China," told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Friday that he finds Hong Kong scientist Dr. Li-Meng Yan and her accusations of a coronavirus cover-up by Beijing to be "credible."
South Africa is seeing a surge of coronavirus cases -- with hospitals reaching capacity and medical oxygen running out.
The president of Turkey on Friday formally converted Istanbul’s sixth-century Hagia Sophia back into a mosque and declared it open for Muslim worship, hours after a high court annulled a 1934 decision that had made the religious landmark a museum.
An Italian woman driving a Ford Focus down a coastal highway received a ticket for going hundreds of miles over the speed limit -- but it was a mistake.
A top Russian diplomat said Friday that he is not optimistic that the U.S.-Russian nuclear arms agreement will be extended because of Washington’s demands to include China in the proposal.
The conversion has been criticized as a move to stir President Erdogan's fundamentalist support.
A frustrated Mozambican government recruited a Rhodesian army colonel named Duck, who then hired a band of snipers known for gunning down poachers in the region.
An anti-flood system that was supposed to start working in Venice in 2011 – and could have protected the iconic city from more than a billion dollars in water damage last year – is now getting a trial run.
The team will investigate when and where human-animal transmission might have occurred.
Hong Kong officials announced Friday that they are suspending classes in kindergarten, primary, and secondary schools after a recent spike in new coronavirus cases.
Li-Meng Yan told Fox News that she believes China knew about the coronavirus well before it claimed it did. She says her supervisors also ignored research she was doing that she believes could have saved lives.
Park Won-soon, 64, was found dead early Friday in a wooded hill of northern Seoul hours after he vanished.
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Philippine lawmakers voted Friday to reject the license renewal of the country’s largest TV network, one of the critical news agencies the president has repeatedly threatened, in a move that shut down a major news provider amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Bolivia's interim president and Venezuela's No. 2 leader announced Thursday that they have been infected with the new coronavirus, just days after Brazil's leader tested positive as the pandemic hits hard at some of Latin America's political elite.
Almost 8,500 terrorist attacks took place in 2019, killing more than 20,300 people – some 5,460 were known perpetrators and 14,840 were victims, according to a report released this week.