BERLIN (AP) — The leaders of Germany and France called for vigilance Friday to prevent the spread of a coronavirus variant that this week prompted Britain to delay the planned relaxation of pandemic restrictions in England.
BRUSSELS (AP) — A Belgian court ruled Friday that coronavirus vaccine-maker AstraZeneca had committed a “serious breach” of its contract with the European Union amid a major legal battle over delivery obligations that has tarnished the company’s image.
PHOENIX -- Arizona’s state-run COVID-19 vaccination sites, which were touted as a national model, will be shutting down later this month.
GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization’s top vaccines expert said Thursday that immunizing children against COVID-19 is not a high priority from a WHO perspective, given the extremely limited global supply of doses.
The mRNA technology used to make Pfizer's and Moderna's successful coronavirus vaccines may be new to the public, but it's a technology researchers have been betting on for decades.
A month after every adult in the U.S. became eligible for the vaccine, a distinct geographic pattern has emerged for areas with the highest and lowest vaccination rates.
When most of the U.S. went into lockdown over a year ago, some speculated that confining couples to their homes would lead to a lot of baby-making. Statistics suggest the opposite happened.
A top health official warned the US could see a surge in Covid-19 infections if Americans let up on restrictions now. He argued, however, that it was entirely avoidable. That was Monday. On Tuesday, Indiana and Virginia unveiled plans to loosen mitigation measures anyway, joining at least a dozen other states that had already done so since the start of the month.
Boris Johnson, the UK's gaffe-prone Prime Minister, is making frantic attempts to row back on comments made in a private meeting with lawmaker…
Virus update: A mass test of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine in more than half a million people confirms that it’s very effective at preventing serious illness or death, even after one dose. Here's the latest.
Virus roundup: Vaccines are not yet approved for children, but testing already is underway for those as young as 12. There are still dozens of coronavirus vaccines in development around the globe.
The U.S. is “going in the wrong direction” with the coronavirus surging badly enough that Dr. Anthony Fauci told senators Tuesday some regions are putting the entire country at risk.
Most Americans have been refused entry for at least another two weeks due to soaring coronavirus infections in the U.S. Get all of the morning's virus developments here.
European olives, chocolate, gin and beer made with malt are among the latest products that could be hit with steep tariffs as part of a US-European dispute over government subsidies to aircraft makers.
Officials are urging residents to stay home, wear face masks and keep their distance after alarming coronavirus trends have emerged across several US states.
Voting appeared to be running smoother in primaries on Tuesday than in elections held two weeks earlier in Georgia and Nevada. Also, a look at unexpected COVID-19 consequences and a reminder of how long the virus can live on surfaces.
As European Union nations continue to ease coronavirus restrictions, the EU is considering recommending that member states block American visitors from visiting their countries due to the surge of coronavirus cases in the US, according to two EU diplomats.
Britain is leaving the European Union after 47 years of membership. That's just the first stage of a journey that still has many twists in store.
TRUMP: “I held back the money from Ukraine because it is considered a corrupt country.” — tweet Tuesday.
TRUMP: “Why isn’t Germany, France, the European Union, why aren’t all those countries in Europe, why aren’t they paying? Why is it always the United States the sucker? I got elected on that.” — Fox interview Friday.
The House committees probing Trump's Ukraine dealings are releasing transcripts of the depositions:
Quick — who was Adam Smith?
TRUMP, referring to how he stood at his Scottish golf resort, Turnberry, on the eve of the Brexit referendum and predicted the British would vote to leave the European Union: "I really predicted what was going to happen. Some of you remember that prediction. It was a strong prediction, made at a certain location, on a development we were opening the day before it happened." — news conference Tuesday.