Over 4,300 COVID-19 Patients Sent to New York Nursing Homes
Dr. Nicholas Sarantopoulos President and CEO of Community Credit Union of Massachusetts Exclusively to TNH
Poll: Many in US Won't Return to Gym or Dining out
New Democracy Minister Defends Limited COVID-19 Tests for Tourists
Some Athens Streets Closing to Cars Over COVID-19 Measures

Biden: If You Can't Choose Me over Trump, "You Ain't Black"

ATLANTA — Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, had a testy exchange with a prominent black radio personality on Friday over his support among black...

GOP Weighs Jobless Aid Cuts as Layoffs Surpass 38 Million

WASHINGTON — Reconsideration of jobless aid is fast becoming the focus of congressional debate over the next virus aid package

Biden Accuser's Life Marred by Abuse and Financial Hardship

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — One thing is clear in the complicated, sometimes contradictory and often chaotic story of Tara Reade: Her life has not been easy.

COVID-19 Choking Cypriot Economy, March Tourism Falls 73.5%

Still hoping to salvage some kind of a summer season as the COVID-19 Coronavirus lockdown winds down, tourism on Cyprus fell 73.5 percent and raised fears the economy could see a near devastating loss this year.

Split Cyprus' Rival Sides Agree Crossings' Partial Opening

NICOSIA — The rival sides in ethnically divided Cyprus agreed on Thursday to partially re-open crossing points for Turkish Cypriots in the breakaway north to cross into the internationally recognized south amid a wide-ranging rollback of a two-month lockdown aimed at curbing the spread...

Cyprus Will Open Airports June 9, Seeks EU COVID-19 Health Aid

Still hoping for a summer tourism season with further lifting of a lockdown aimed at preventing a spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, Cyprus will reopen airports June 9 and wants to tap cheap, long-term credit lines that will be made available by the Pandemic Crisis Support fund of the European...

As COVID-19 Throws Wrench into Vacation Plans, Achieve Travel's Health Benefits at Home

Since marrying in 2002, Doug Behan and Lise Deguire have gone on safari in Tanzania, watched the sunset over the Santorini caldera in the Greek Islands and walked through the...

How to Stay Safe from Coronavirus while Eating out: Restaurant Advice from an Infectious Disease Expert

As restaurants and bars reopen to the public, it's important to realize that eating out will increase your risk of exposure to the new coronavirus.

President Putin Says COVID-19 Stabilized in Russia

MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin says the coronavirus has stabilized in the country, with the number of new infections abating.

US Wants WHO to Work "Now" on Review of the WHO’s Coordinated International Response to COVID-19

GENEVA — The United States says it wants the World Health Organization to start work “now” on a planned review of the WHO's coordinated international...

Kansas Republicans Pushed a Sweeping Coronavirus Measure

TOPEKA, Kan. — Republicans have pushed a sweeping coronavirus measure through the GOP-controlled Kansas Legislature, aiming to shield businesses and health care providers...

France to Hold the Second Round of Municipal Elections on June 28

PARIS -- French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe says France will hold the second round of municipal elections on June 28, nearly four months after the first round in March was...

Italy Drug Agency Leader Warns of Anti-Malaria Drug Use

ROME — The head of Italy's pharmacological agency says there is little data about the effectiveness of the anti-malaria drug promoted by U.S. President Donald Trump...

The Spanish Gov't Allows Madrid and Barcelona to Ease Their Lockdown Measures

Most of Spain has begun to slowly reopen since May 11, but those two areas combine for nearly half of the country's 233,000 officially recorded cases. Spain's COVID-19...