Some experts say use of the term "waning immunity" to justify whether a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine booster is needed can give people a false understanding of how the immune system works.
Paris is angry after Australia cancelled a submarine contract in favour of a deal with the UK and US.
The pro-Kremlin United Russia party is on course for a strong majority in a parliamentary vote.
A murder investigation is under way after the bodies were discovered in Killamarsh, Derbyshire.
Boris Johnson says market forces should be "very swift" in resolving issues caused by recent gas price increases.
Match of the Day 2 pundits Mark Chapman, Alan Shearer and Dion Dublin discuss Jesse Lingard's "cracker" and Mark Noble's injury-time penalty miss in Manchester United's 2-1 victory over West Ham in the Premier League.
Figures given to Radio 1 Newsbeat show a quarter of clubs have closed in the past six years.
There will be no limit on how many people can meet, nightclubs can reopen and large events resume.
Katie Hopkins - a right-wing British commentator - bragged about plans to break isolation rules.
Fully-vaccinated health workers in England could skip quarantine if services come under pressure.
His 2005 drawing of the Prophet Muhammad sparked protests across the Muslim world.
Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani was hit by a pitch as he batted during a game Thursday night. Now two members of the Chicago White Sox are paying the price.
A second suspect sought in connection with the shooting deaths of four Minnesota people last weekend has surrendered in Arizona, according to a report.
A Connecticut police officer was being held on $100,000 bail Saturday, accused of being an impaired driver following a Las Vegas crash that left a fellow officer dead, according to reports.
Insurance settlements totaling at least $3 million may have been shifted from the estate of the late housekeeper of South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh, an attorney representing the state says, according to a report.
Violent images shared on social media were used as a form of psychological terrorism, says expert.
Slain teen's family forced to relive her death on social media
Scott Gottlieb, M.D., discusses the need for intelligence gathering to spot future pandemics in an exclusive interview airing Sunday on "Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan." The former FDA commissioner also talks about his upcoming book titled "Uncontrolled Spread: Why COVID-19 Crushed Us and How We Can Defeat the Next Pandemic."
Rabia Khedr and her family have first-hand experience of the gaps in Canada's health-care system when it comes to people with disabilities. She hopes the federal parties are listening to the millions of people with a disability, like her, and what they have to say.
NDP candidate Avi Lewis's campaign is focused on addressing the climate emergency and has the endorsement of Jane Fonda and David Suzuki. But Lewis's 'Green New Deal' messaging is absent from the federal campaign, and leader Jagmeet Singh has no plans to visit the riding.
The labour shortage on P.E.I. has been developing for years, but the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated it - whether it be because of women leaving the workforce, people migrating off the Island or a broader disconnect between the skills in demand versus those available in the workforce.
British star Kenneth Branagh's "deeply personal" directorial effort, Belfast, has picked up awards season momentum after winning the People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.