- 2020-07-02 13:56:47Z
During the slow-walk through summer, we should curb the virus, stay safe and watch TV. All I want to hear from Trump and Biden: See you in September.
The British government will effectively ditch its air bridge plans and simply end coronavirus quarantine rules for those arriving from 75 countries so that people can go on holiday, the Telegraph newspaper reported. It said the UK would shortly lift a ban on non-essential travel to nearly all EU destinations, the British territories including Bermuda and Gibraltar, and Turkey, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand. Asked about the report, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "As we set out earlier this week ... we will be easing health measures at the border by allowing passengers arriving from specific countries and territories to be exempted from self-isolation requirements."
Las Vegas is planning a quieter Fourth of July celebration.
Reaction from Republican congressional candidate Lacy Lee Johnson.
Dennis Shanahan reports
Thunberg castigated Angela Merkel and other world leaders at the UN summit for stealing her dreams. But they still craved an Instagram moment with her.
The president doesn't care about whether it is illegal to burn the American flag. What he does care about is making his voters angry.
China appears to have added new structures near the site of a deadly border clash with India in the western Himalayas, fresh satellite pictures show, heightening concerns about further flare-ups between the nuclear-armed neighbours. Indian and Chinese military commanders agreed on Monday to step back
After the coronavirus pandemic, will the flight deals of the 2010s return? We spoke with the founder of Scott's Cheap Flights about what could happen.
A Turkish court on Wednesday ordered the release of three journalists and three others to be remanded while they stand trial on charges of revealing state secrets in their coverage of the deaths of Turkish intelligence officers in Libya, a lawyer said. The eight defendants in the case, six of whom have
But will a bill get passed?
Gillian Turner reports from Lafayette Park after a night of unrest outside of the White House.