If you have not received your COVID-19 vaccination yet, chances are that your number is coming up soon. What can you expect when you get your shot?
In the "vaccine spat" between the EU and the UK, the common perception is that the UK is winning.
One of the world's largest container ships, named Ever Given, has been wedged across the Suez Canal since it was blown off course by high winds in the early hours of March 23, blocking one of the busiest maritime trade corridors in the world.
Ending the pandemic depends on achieving herd immunity, estimated at 70% or even 80% to 90% of a population. With some 30% of Americans telling pollsters they have no interest in getting vaccinated, that's cutting it a bit close.
Growing food in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way - while also producing enough of it - is among the most important challenges facing the U.S. and the world today.
There's a global shortage in semiconductors, and it's becoming increasingly serious.
Ten years ago, on March 11, 2011, the biggest recorded earthquake in Japanese history hit the country's northeast coast. It was followed by a tsunami that traveled up to 6 miles inland, reaching heights of over 140 feet in some areas and sweeping entire towns away in seconds.
Media headlines hint that the polar vortex has arrived, as if it were some sort of ice tornado that wreaks wintry havoc wherever it strikes.
With at least two new variants of the COVID-19 coronavirus circulating, what should you know, and how can you protect yourself?
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic caused a global economic slowdown. Did is also have a positive impact on climage change?