Brexit Trade Talks Approach Crucial Deadline. Again.

She Stalked Her Daughter’s Killers Across Mexico, One by One

In Arizona, one of the hardest hit states in the nation, 100 teachers protested by calling in sick.

Cuomo tries to jolt New Yorkers by warning of overwhelmed hospitals.

Superspreading Boston biotech conference in February is linked to 1.9 percent of all U.S. cases.

Australia Scraps Covid-19 Vaccine That Produced H.I.V. False Positives

Jimmy Lai and Bloomberg Staffer Are Charged Under Hong Kong Security Law

An Epic Israeli TV Drama Exposes War Wounds Old and New

As France Shifts Right, a Hard-Line Minister Proves Indispensable to Macron

Bhutan Becomes Latest Asian Nation to Dial Back Anti-Gay Laws

Protests Erupt as South Korea’s Most Notorious Rapist Walks Free

A Vaccine Is on Its Way to Canada. Who Will Get it First?

Millions of Pfizer vaccine doses to be shipped immediately after F.D.A. approval.

Secrecy surrounds the reporting of Covid-19 cases in college athletics.

Australia scraps a Covid-19 vaccine that produced H.I.V. false positives.

U.K. to Halt Subsidies for Fossil Fuel Projects Abroad

Reporting on Indigenous Australia

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Two Soccer Teams Showed Up to Play. One Lost Because of Hair Dye.

A man whose positive test forced a cruise ship to return early is actually negative, Singaporean officials say.