Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty ImagesBy GMA TEAM, ABC News (LONDON) — Royal watchers are buzzing over a new biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Harper Collins has on Monday announced the publication of Finding Freedom: Harry and
iStock/PeterHermesFurianBy: JAMES GORDON MEEK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — The family of an American hostage of ISIS in West Africa is facing a new worry after suffering through years of his captivity: the risk of a coronavirus
iStock By: IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News (NEW YORK) — During the last academic year, more than a million students from around the world attended U.S. colleges and universities, according to studies, but the coronavirus pandemic has left
Maruša Stroligo/iStock By TOMMY BROOKSBANK, ABC News (CAIRNS, Australia) — Employees of an Australian dive tour operator continue to plant coral on the Great Barrier Reef after business was shut down in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Goldcastle7/iStockBy SOO RIN KIM, DR. TIFFANY KUNG and MARK ABDELMALEK, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Imagine that you’re in a midsize city, the lock-down has been lifted and you finally go back to the office and see
AlpamayoPhoto/iStockBy IAN PANNELL and DAVID R MERRELL, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Syria and Yemen face potential devastation if a large-scale outbreak of the novel coronavirus hits the war-torn regions, according to humanitarian aid organizations. “The COVID-19
iStock/Jittawit Tachakanjanapong(NEW YORK) — BY: ELLA TORRES Humanitarian organizations have warned that children around the globe face “unprecedented risk” as school closures related to COVID-19 drag on, and they’ve issued guidelines to assist in balancing educational needs
DAVE CHAN/AFP via Getty ImagesBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News (OTTOWA, Ontario) — Canada’s government will make an announcement on banning military-style assault weapons “in the coming days,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday. “We have long committed