One million people have signed up for Affordable Care Act coverage on the federal exchange during the special enrollment period that President Joe Biden launched in mid-February, the administration announced Tuesday.
The discovery of the ancient remains of nine Neanderthals, a pack of hyenas and several elephants in the Guattari Cave near the Italian resort town of San Felice Circeo has astounded archaeologists, who have long suspected that a considerable population lived in the area.
Three senior reporters who fled Myanmar for Thailand after the brutal military coup "face certain arrest and persecution" if they are deported following their arrest in Chiang Mai on Sunday, journalist groups say.
At least nine people, including six children, have been killed in a school shooting in the western Russian city of Kazan, according to state media reports, as authorities search the school building for a potential second gunman.
Detainees at an immigration center in Australia spent five months digging an escape tunnel hidden beneath a chest of drawers in one of their rooms, a source within the country's immigration system told CNN.
A startup based in California says it can help farmers be greener and more profitable by offering what it describes as the world's first fully electric, self-driving tractor.
Authorities in Laos have reported a significant Covid-19 outbreak near the notorious Kings Romans casino, whose Chinese owner is accused by the United States of trafficking people, wildlife and drugs.
Pediatricians and pharmacies across the US are ready to administer Covid-19 vaccines for 12 to 15-year-olds, a development the US Food and Drug Administration predicts could begin as soon as Thursday.
A Romanian castle said to be the home of Dracula is offering free Covid-19 jabs to visitors as part of a vaccination drive. Bran Castle, in Transylvania, announced its Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine Marathon in a Facebook post. Completed in 1388, the castle sits outside the city of Brasov.
India's devastating second wave of Covid-19 shows no sign of abating and there are signs the virus is spreading fast into rural areas. CNN's Sam Kiley reports from a remote village in the state of Gujarat where 90 people have died in the last month.
Medina Spirit has arrived at the Pimlico track. But it's unclear if he will race in the Preakness Stakes after failing drug test
Medina Spirit, whose victory in the Kentucky Derby has been cast in doubt after a positive drug test, has arrived at the Pimlico race track ahead of Saturday's Preakness Stakes, the second leg of horse racing's Triple Crown.
China's population grew at its slowest rate in decades in the 10 years prior to 2020, according to census data released on Tuesday -- a trend that could pose serious issues for the world's second-largest economy.
When the House Republican Party moves against Liz Cheney this week, it will prove that it prefers to unite behind a lie rather than stay divided over truth.
Tensions have hardly dissipated in Colombia after weeks of protests as people hope the government will answer their pleas to address police violence and an economy crisis that's dragging millions into poverty. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.
The battleground states across the industrial Midwest have functioned as the decisive tipping point of American politics for at least 30 years, especially in presidential elections. But the latest Census Bureau findings on both overall population growth and voter turnout in 2020 signal that the Sun Belt will increasingly rival, and potentially replace, the Rust Belt as the central battlefield in US elections.
Air pollution from food production in the United States is linked to an estimated 15,900 premature deaths each year, according to a new study published Monday in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
China is in the middle of a boom in rural tourism as city dwellers escape the country's rapidly expanding urban centers to head out to small communities, farms and orchards for a taste of the simple life.
Report suggests officers violated their firearms training by opening fire during Breonna Taylor raid
A preliminary Louisville Metro Police Department internal report prepared on the botched raid that led to Breonna Taylor's death suggested that officers violated department rules by opening fire, even after an officer was hit.
A man has been charged with felony evading arrest after he escaped from police while housing a Bengal tiger in his yard.