EU Warns Russia of Massive Sanctions if It Attacks Ukraine After Moscow Sent Missile Launchers on Border
Western countries emphasized, on Thursday, they would be unified in responding strongly to any Russian attack on Ukraine, warning Moscow with severe financial sanctions if it proceeds.
Initial Humanitarian Flights Finally Arrive In Tsunami-Hit Tonga; Some Families Relieved As Communication Improves
The military transport planes carrying clean water and other relief supplies have finally arrived in Tonga on Thursday when the island nation's airport was cleared of ashes from a massive volcanic eruption
UK Prime Minister Johnson Eases COVID-19 Restrictions Amid Leadership Crisis
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the end of measures enforced to slow down the spread of the Omicron variant in England, after a peak in the number of infections.
Biden Administration To Distribute Free Highly Protective Masks Starting Next Week: Here's Where To Get Them
The administration of United States President Joe Biden is set to give away 400 million, high-quality masks amid the surge of COVID-19 cases in the country.
Tsunami-Hit Tonga Faces Water Crisis; Underwater Cables May Take Weeks To Repair
After being battered by tsunami waves generated by a massive volcanic eruption, Tonga, home to 105,000 people, faces a crisis in potable water.
US Airlines Warn 5G Mobile Phone Signals Will Cause 'Major Disruption', 'Economic Calamity'
U.S. airlines and airplane makers warned that a massive crisis would occur when major telecommunications companies deploy their new faster 5G wireless internet service.
Conservative Roberta Metsola Becomes Third Woman President of EU Parliament, Vows To 'Stand Up' for Europe
Maltese conservative lawmaker Roberta Metsola was elected president of the European Parliament on Tuesday, with overwhelming support, making her the first woman to hold the position in 20 years.
Blinken To Visit Ukraine This Week Amid US-Russia Tensions; Moscow Denies Reported Withdrawal of Diplomats in Kyiv
United States Secretary of State Anthony Antony Blinken is set to visit Ukraine this week to meet with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy amid the escalating tensions between Washington and Moscow over the possibility of Russia invading its neighboring country.
Heavy Winter Storm in US East Coast Shuts Down Power Supply, Thousands of Flights Cancelled
A severe winter storm affecting a large portion of Southeast U.S. brought freezing rain, snow, and ice. It is heading to the Northeastern states.
US Governors Push Budget To Combat Climate Change as Blizzard Threatens the South
United States governors aim to boost spending on climate change programs and to address the impact of severe weather conditions like floods and wildfires.
Britney Spears Blasts Sister's New Book; Jamie Lynn Reacts 'I Just Wish Her Well'
Britney Spears expressed on social media her displease with her sister Jamie Lynn Spears' latest book, in which the latter disclosed details of their complicated relationship.
Australia Cancels Djokovic's Visa Again "In Public Interest"; Tennis Champ Admits Violating COVID-19 Isolation Policy
Novak Djokovic's visa has been canceled for the second time by the Australian government, three days before the Australian Open, where the world's top tennis athlete was set to compete.
Beijing On High Omicron Alert As Winter Olympics Approach; 'Zero-Tolerance' Policy Under Pressure
The Chinese government is implementing stricter measures in containing outbreaks of COVID-19 across the country that challenges its "zero-tolerance" as the scheduled Winter Olympics is fast approaching.
Fact Check Groups Calls Out YouTube For Allowing Itself To Be 'Weaponized' For Misinformation, Exploitation
Fact-checkers around the world are urged YouTube to take significant actions to solve the massive problem of misinformation on its platform that puts its around 2 billion users at risk.
US Inflation Hits Highest Rate in 40 Years, Hurts Biden's Approval Rating
The inflation rate in the United States in December has increased at the fastest pace in almost four decades as rising prices trigger anxiety among consumers and further hurt President Joe Biden's approval ratings.