More Republican Senators say they oppose the trial, to begin next month, but Mitt Romney says he supports proceedings.
Calls for immediate release of Ashraf Hamdi, who was taken from his home after posting video tribute to 2011 uprising.
The pandemic wiped out 114 million jobs and 8.8 percent of global working hours, equal to 255 million jobs, in 2020.
US biotech firm plans trials of a booster shot against the virus strain first discovered in South Africa as precaution.
Companies with small security teams, generally SMEs, face a number of unique challenges which place them at greater risk than their larger enterprise counterparts. This is among the findings of the 2021 CISO Survey of Small Cyber Security Teams from
There's a famous quote attributed to career criminal William Francis Sutton Jr., when asked why he robbed banks he is said to have replied, "Because that's where the money is." For today's cybercriminals the motivation to make money is much
COVID-19 claimed a heavy toll on residents at Genesis Healthcare facilities as top executive made a lucrative exit.
The move opens the way for a return to limited restaurant dining, religious services and other activities.
They are among the largest predators ever to walk the Earth, but experts have discovered that some baby tyrannosaurs were only the size of a border collie dog when they took their first steps.
The first new skull discovered in nearly a century from a rare species of the iconic, tube-crested dinosaur Parasaurolophus was announced today. The exquisite preservation of the skull, especially the bizarre tube-shaped nasal passage, finally revealed the structure of the
A cross-cultural analysis found several factors may have played a role in building the relationship between humans and dogs, including temperature, hunting and surprisingly - gender. The analysis used ethnographic information from 144 traditional, subsistence-level societies from all over the
Women who suffered from cancer in childhood are 28% less likely to become pregnant as adults than other women, according to a study published Monday by the journal CANCER.
Chinese state media have stoked concerns about Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, despite rigorous trials indicating it is safe.