The CDC also found, surprisingly, that it has struck 25- to 44-year-olds very hard, driving up their "excess death" rate by 26.5 per cent over previous years.
- by Lenny Bernstein
The lawsuit, the biggest antitrust case in a generation, claims that Google acted unlawfully to maintain its position in search and search advertising on the internet.
- by Diane Bartz and David Shepardson
British scientists say they will deliberately infect healthy volunteers with COVID-19 in the hope of further speeding the way to a vaccine.
- by William Booth and Carolyn Y. Johnson
US officials made multiple "high-level" approaches in July and August to Indonesia's defence and foreign ministers.
- by Tom Allard
Jeffrey Toobin, whose coverage of OJ Simpson’s murder trial became a best selling book and later a critically hailed mini-series, thought his actions were off-camera.
- by Johnny Diaz and Azi Paybarah
The debate organisers will give each candidate two minutes of uninterrupted time at the beginning of each 15-minute segment of the debate.
- by Trevor Hunnicutt and Steve Holland
Taking pot-shots at such a popular figure is the type of undisciplined behaviour Republican strategists want Trump to avoid at this stage of the campaign.
- by Matthew Knott
The British government said there was a 95 per cent chance the cyberattacks were carried out by Russia, as US indicts six Russian military officers for wide-spread hacking.
- by Bevan Shields
"Fauci is a disaster. If I listened to him, we’d have 500,000 deaths," the US President said in a conference call with campaign workers.
- by Jeff Mason and Steve Holland
While some countries have reinstated nationwide closures, other governments hope smaller-scale shutdowns can work this time.
- by Jennifer Peltz
The naval exercises could raise concerns in China, which has criticised similar joint drills as destabilising.
- by Sanjeev Miglani and Kirsty Needham