The government ordered 59 Chinese-owned apps to be blocked following border clashes with China that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.
We Will Never Agree On What Happened During The First Wave Of The Pandemic — And That Will Make It Harder To Survive The Second
The virus isn't just attacking our bodies — it's attacking our brains.
The information clampdown on WeChat and YY likely made the spread of the virus worse.
Before the pandemic began, the systems that govern our world were brittle. Today, they are broken. When we emerge, the world will be different, and so will we.
Apple made over $13 billion from China in the first three months of 2020 alone.
The new coronavirus cases are the first reported in the city, where the virus emerged, since April 3.
The EU Didn't Tell European Governments It Agreed To China Removing Coronavirus References From An Op-Ed Written In Their Name
Correspondence seen by BuzzFeed News shows member states were not consulted. One European diplomat described the EU decision as "weak".
Wildlife Traffickers Are Setting Up Fake Zoos On Facebook To Sell The Scales Of Endangered Pangolins
The pages are as easy to find as searching the word “pangolin" in Vietnamese.
The EU Was Accused Of Watering Down A Report About Chinese Coronavirus Disinformation. In Response, It Has Attacked Leaks And Whistleblowers.
This is not the first time that the EU foreign policy agency's handling of foreign interference has come under scrutiny.
The Coronavirus Death Toll Is Rising At Different Rates In Different Countries. These Charts Help Explain Why.
Experts don’t yet have a full explanation, but the age breakdown of countries’ populations and their capacity to deliver care to critically ill people will be crucial in the coming weeks and months.
As disagreements about protecting public and economic health escalate, we still find moments of hope amid loss.
A Conservative Journalist Admitted To Taking $100,000 From A Financier Connected To A Controversial Chinese Billionaire
Bill Gertz, who was fired from the Washington Free Beacon late last year, acknowledged the payment in newly unsealed court filings.
Scientists Haven’t Found Proof The Coronavirus Escaped From A Lab In Wuhan. Trump Supporters Are Spreading The Rumor Anyway.
There's much about the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak that scientists are still trying to discover. But animosity between the United States and China — and a bellicose American president — have made it harder to find the truth.
As states issued stay-at-home orders to stem the coronavirus outbreak, many people chose instead to congregate in public places.
During the pandemic, the Daily Telegraph continues to sell space to China to push the party line.
In January, I started hearing from relatives in China about the deadly virus that had turned their lives upside down. Now, on the other side of the world, I’m facing the same thing.
Even actor Woody Harrelson has succumbed to the baseless hoax that cellphone infrastructure is spreading the coronavirus.
The move, which allows the Chinese equivalent of N95 masks to be imported and used by health care workers, is designed to alleviate desperate shortages of personal protective equipment.
Although the regulator recently authorized use of many kinds of foreign-certified respirators, it left the Chinese masks off the list.
The KN95 mask is a Chinese alternative to the scarce N95 mask, but the FDA refuses to allow it into the country.
“China’s larger strategic goals, under which all of this rolls up, are to convince the world and make the world feel comfortable in China’s ascendancy.”
Media has focused on the top-down, authoritarian response in Wuhan. But the way ordinary citizens handled the crisis should be replicated across the world.
As businesses shutter and residents continue to distance themselves from their neighbors, messages of hope and solidarity are springing up in unusual places.
In these extraordinary times, much of the world as we knew it just weeks before has become unrecognizable as the coronavirus pandemic continues its spread. Here are the most striking and monumental pictures from this past week.
As the coronavirus continues to spread in New York City, many of the city's cultural institutions and landmarks have gone quiet.
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
While many Americans are self-isolating, workers and volunteers are putting themselves on the front line of the coronavirus outbreak to help patients, customers, and neighbors.
Bay Area residents in California have been told to shelter in place for three weeks in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Trump Announced New Measures To Fight The Coronavirus And Also Said It Wasn't Racist To Keep Calling It The "China Virus"
As Chinese Americans face increased hate crimes, the president argued, “It’s not racist at all.”
In a city celebrated as the epicenter of St. Patrick's Day, pubs and restaurants in Dublin were shuttered on the holiday in an effort to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.