Monday marks the one-year anniversary of a mass shooting at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, resulting in the deaths of 23 people, with dozens more wounded. The World looks at how the local community is remembering those who died.
Glen Powell shares recipes from vintage cookbooks on his YouTube channel. But as the coronavirus crisis has forced home cooks to get creative in the kitchen, some of these 90-year-old recipes have gone viral recently.
Vietnam has not recorded a single death from the coronavirus thanks to an aggressive lockdown. But, a small spike of infections recently has people there looking at the possibility of more emergency lockdown measures.
In episode six of the third season of "Things That Go Boom," host Laicie Heeley looks into how false information flooding the internet poses risks not just to national and election security, but to our health and safety.
COVID-19 is considered a novel coronavirus because it is a new, undefined coronavirus identified in humans. However, a new study suggests that other similar viruses capable of infecting humans have been circulating in bats for decades.
Cuban officials haven’t reported any new COVID-19 deaths for two weeks. At the same time — and not unlike in the US — Cuba is also seeing a grassroots movement to combat police brutality, which is more complicated amid the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed entrenched health inequities for communities of color. As part of our regular series discussing the pandemic The World’s Elana Gordon moderated a conversation with Harvard’s Nancy Krieger.