India's decision authorising 5G trials without Chinese companies a sovereign one, says US state department
China last week expressed disappointment over the decision by Indian authorities to not allow Huawei and ZTE to conduct 5G trials
If intellectual property protection is waived in the face of public emergency, even as a one-off, will firms invest next time there is a similar emergency?
The shooting happened just after midnight in a mobile home park on the east side of Colorado Springs, police said
'New energy' at Iran nuclear talks as diplomats reconvene; agreement possible in coming weeks, says US
The aim of the talks is a return to full compliance with the 2015 accord, known as the JCPOA, which has been slowly disintegrating since the US under Donal Trump withdrew from it in 2018
More nations support easing patent rules on COVID-19 vaccines; IP waiver not a solution, insists Big Pharma
The vaccine manufacturing industry said that reducing bottlenecks in supply chains and a scarcity of ingredients that go into vaccines are more pressing issues than waiving patents
Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are also conducting trials of its vaccine in teens and younger children as well.
Three US Air Force C-5 Super Galaxies and one C-17 Globemaster were scheduled to leave for India on Monday to deliver critical supplies
The new travel restrictions have been imposed for an indefinite period and will require another presidential proclamation to be ended
When completed by late 2022, Tianhe is expected to weigh about 66 tons, a fraction the size of the International Space Station.
The two leaders spoke a day after the US agreed to deploy resources like therapeutics, ventilators, and to identify raw materials to be sent manufacture of Covishield vaccine
The Biden administration has come pressure to share its vaccine supply with the world as India and Brazil experience devastating surges of the virus
COVID-19 crisis: From friends US and UK to arch-rivals Pakistan and China, international community vows aid to India
Countries like United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, China, and Pakistan have assured support in replenishing India's stocks of oxygen and COVID-19 treatment drugs like remdesivir
The current population includes six Americans, two Russians, two Japanese and one French.
What US' response to 1918 influenza pandemic tells us about non-compliance with COVID-19 safety measures
History isn’t an exact template for what the future holds. But the way the US emerged from an earlier pandemic could suggest what post-COVID-19 life will be like this time around.
The Biden administration had earlier come under criticism from several quarters for not releasing surplus COVID-19 vaccines to India, which is experiencing its worst-ever public health crisis
COVID-19 crisis: US will 'rapidly deploy additional support to India', says Secretary of State Antony Blinken
Blinken's remarks came as pressure grew on the Biden administration to ship COVID-19 vaccines along with several life-saving medical supplies to India
Joe Biden’s ‘America First’ policy on vaccines may create a serious wrinkle in bilateral ties as pandemic ravages India
When the US claims moral leadership and professes to be a normative superpower, then it must defer to its moral obligations or else risk the unraveling of its power
Federal health officials decided that J&J's one-and-done vaccine is critical to fight the pandemic after scientific advisers said its benefits outweigh the risks
"The first core module of the new Russian orbital station is in the works," Rogozin said in a statement.