Two activists accused of sending anti-Pyongyang leaflets across the border have been summoned by South Korean police.
Park Won-soon, the three-term mayor of South Korea’s capital, a fierce critic of economic inequality who was seen as a potential presidential candidate in 2022, was found dead early Friday. He was 64.
South Korea was praised early on for quickly controlling its coronavirus outbreak with testing and tracing, but a second wave has gripped the country.
A 17-year-old Florida girl has died after contracting the coronavirus and being treated at home with hydroxychloroquine by her mother, who is a nurse, and step-father, a physician’s assistant.
Las Vegas bars, including restaurant bars, will shut down again on Friday night, just five weeks after The Strip reopened to visitors.
De Niro's lawyer said his restaurant chain Nobu lost $3 million in April and $1.87 million in May, while his hotel chain has been almost empty.
As the world gets hotter, this dangerous heat-loving single-celled organism may be found in places further north.
An American Airlines pilot says it's hard to enforce their mask policy without a federal mandate and wants FAA and DOT chiefs to see for themselves.
The Austin Police Department defended the officer's conduct, saying he followed the department's regulations and that no female officer was available.
The 57-year-old actress shared photos from her bathroom to promote her upcoming project "Dirty Diana."
Video from the fire on July 3 shows Phillip Blanks, 28, diving to catch the toddler from falling to the ground.
The hardest part of the challenge turned out to be mental instead of physical, senior lifestyle reporter Rachel Hosie found.
The 41-year-old told his wife he'd had sex with other men, and then started touching hospital staff and asking inappropriate questions.
The couple in the video could be seen cursing at onlookers and shouting "no one wants Black Lives Matter here" and "f---ing keep America great."
If you ever wondered what happened to the Joker at Wayne's fundraiser, a novelization tells fans exactly what happened after Batman saved Rachel.
Study authors Joseph Cesario and David Johnson said they wished they'd been more careful after people used their research out of context.
The Las Vegas Strip property plans to welcome guests back at 10 a.m. on July 23 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
One writer decided not to wash her hair for 14 days to see how it would affect her scalp and hair condition.
As per a recent report published in Arthritis Care & Research journal, despite higher prevalence of lupus among Black women, it is less likely that they, along with Asian women, are prescribed birth control.
Psychologists warn that outsized social media fame may pose longterm problems for the teen influencers who have become celebrities online.
Students may be able to stay if they take a mixture of online and in-person classes, but the new ICE guidelines lack clarity over the requirements.
Fruit can be a safe part of any healthy diet for diabetes, but you need to know which fruits are best, and how much to eat.
Marine mammal zoologist Anna Hall told Vice that unless a new shark species has entered local waters then "something unusual is going on."
Floyd and another woman on the scene told the officers that he had been shot before and was worried about it happening again.
Workers at Caesars Palace, Paris, Flamingo, Harrah's and Nobu have until July 17 to get tested. And if they can be fired if they don't wear masks.
Jamaica is preparing to welcome back international tourists June 15, though visitors from some states will have to provide a negative COVID-19 test.
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Carnival's eight cruise lines will take a phased return to sailing determined by region and will not reach full capacity until 2022 at the earliest.
States are opening back up, but some still require or recommend visitors self-quarantine for two weeks. Find out where.
Vacationing during a pandemic is an act of pure selfishness. It doesn't just endanger your life. It could spread COVID-19 and prolong the situation.
Anakeesta's AnaVista Tower is the highest point in downtown Gatlinburg and the only 360-degree view of the Smoky Mountains.
Eric Coly, the Senegalese developer behind Ayana, said he had never struggled to find a therapist he identified with until he reached the US.
With coronavirus cases surging across the US, healthcare workers on the frontlines can't get enough personal protective equipment — again.
HBO Max announced the upcoming series from "Boardwalk Empire" creator Terence Winter and "The Batman" director Matt Reeves.
Teenagers who live in areas with high levels of light pollution get less sleep and are more likely to have a mood or anxiety disorder than adolescents who live with low levels of artificial outdoor light, according to a new study published in JAMA Psychiatry.
"The Dark Knight" is one of the best Batman movies. But the more you watch it, some plot holes become more apparent. The novelization resolves some.
Aidan Caroll's "Roner Coaster" videos have racked up millions of views in just a few days on TikTok.
More employers no longer have to provide free contraception to employees, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. Viagra usually isn't covered.
Most people should wash their face once in the morning and once in the evening. Here is the right way to wash and the best cleanser ingredients.
Ahead of Walt Disney World's reopening Saturday, it offered a sneak peek on how it's preparing for guests. The park is also resuming ticket sales.
Australia’s prime minister says his country has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong and extended visas for Hong Kong residents in response to China’s imposition of a tough national security law on the semi-autonomous territory.
Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend maintains her innocence.
At a virtual conference on Friday, Dr. Anthony Fauci said the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. is “significant and serious” because of community spread.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to hurt the global economy.
With the number of new cases of COVID-19 continuing to set records in the U.S. and deaths from the disease rising daily, public health officials and politicians have increasingly pinned their hopes on a vaccine to overcome the pandemic. Dr. Uché Blackstock, Yahoo News’ medical contributor and Advancing Health Equity CEO, explains the issues involved in developing a vaccine and how one might be deployed to the general public.