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The US should convene the UN Security Council (UNSC) for an emergency session in order to engage with China and others to seek an immediate cessation of all wet-market activities around the world, provide transparency on that cessation, facilitate international inspection of all relevant sites...
COVID-19 cases in the US pass the one million mark and more Americans have lost their lives to the disease than died during the Vietnam War.
His comments, which came on the day the US death toll from COVID-19 passed 50,000 people, sparked a backlash online.
There has only been one headline worth printing since Donald Trump was elected president. That headline is "Donald Trump suffers from a dangerous incurable narcissistic disorder which makes him incapable of empathy and reason. He is a grave danger to the US and the world."
Demand for oil has decreased significantly amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump has faced mounting criticism over his administration's response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Against the backdrop of overwhelming international calls for the easing of sanctions that have obstructed Iran’s humanitarian trade, some US officials have claimed that Iran never asked for sanctions relief. By this, they probably mean a direct plea to the US government to obtain the relief.
There is a growing push for relief from sanctions on Iran. But the advocates for sanctions relief are as misguided now as they were when the Iranian regime was facing a different set of crises.
Lockdown probably worked well during the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic - but not now. Lockdown probably helped China, but it does not fit all countries. We are looking forward to seeing the European Commission helping its member countries to ease their lockdowns as soon as possible.
The interconnected nature of our countries (which allowed this virus to spread so quickly) will ironically be the antidote to the disastrous economic implications we can expect. International trade is the accelerant that will get our economies moving again.
The US has more than 140,000 cases of #COVID-19 and more than 2,400 people have died.
The truth is, all of us — whatever our ages — should take precautions. By implying that this is primarily an older person's problem, we ignore the real risks to younger people, and we reinforce the ageism that already persists in our society.
The US president's egregious actions should have consequences for him in November. That requires liberals to loudly contradict the narrative he's constructed.
The US White House and Congress agreed on an aid package to help businesses, workers, and the health care system during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hundreds of lives have been lost because of the sanctions that not only mean it is often impossible to get basic medicines but that a Coronavirus app, launched by the Iranian government to assist vulnerable citizens, was recently pulled by Google from its app store.
As federal, state and local governments increasingly contemplate big tech and mass surveillance as a tool to combat the spread of the deadly virus, we must guard against surveillance opportunists who will endanger public health and the health of our democracy.
Iran is the third most severely hit country in the world after China and Italy, yet the latter two, face none of the predicaments that Iran has found itself in.
Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden won over voters in Arizona, Florida, and Illinois.
There are now more than 200,000 cases of #coronavirus and more than 8,000 people dead in the global pandemic.
It's one thing to use monetary and fiscal policy to psych up an economy that's psyched out. It's another when there is something incredibly real to fear.
History shows that a united show of force from the globe's leading governments could have stopped the panic. But no such demonstration has come.
By November, both sides will fear and hate each other just a little more. And somehow, the winner will still have to be the president of all the people.
Bernie, not Biden, is the answer to the many of the mistakes we made as a party in 2016. He can reach the working class, inspire young voters and lead a powerful movement to take back the White House.
There is no place for partisan game playing in a public health crisis. Trump didn't understand that truth in 2014 — and he still doesn't understand it now.
There are few issues more critical to the plight of the world’s women and girls today than the humanitarian crisis in Idlib, Syria. Of the estimated 1 million internally displaced people in the northern Syrian province, an estimated 80% are women and children.
As we head closer to the 2020 presidential election, it is critical to ask how this war is going. Are we winning or losing? Is enduring peace in Afghanistan even possible?