Washington and Beijing already face a relationship strained by trade and Taiwan tensions.
The U.S. military has notified Congress that China now has more land-based intercontinental-range missile launchers than the U.S., fueling the debate about how Washington should respond to Beijing’s nuclear buildup.
Snow, freezing temperatures and blocked roads hindered efforts to rescue survivors trapped under collapsed buildings across southern Turkey and northern Syria after two powerful earthquakes killed more than 5,000 people.
The RBA’s stance suggests global central banks are headed down different paths as their battle with inflation enters a new phase.
Beijing confirmed that China was the source of a balloon detected flying over Latin America, describing it in similar terms to the suspected surveillance balloon that the U.S. shot down.
The Supreme Court, with a majority opinion by Justice Samuel Alito, ruled there was no federal right to abortion, overturning its Roe v. Wade decision.
People of color on dialysis have a higher risk of staph bloodstream infections than white people, according to the CDC.
A 7.8-magnitude quake was felt across the Middle East, followed by a series of aftershocks and then a second temblor of magnitude 7.5.
Politicians and activists face up to life in prison, as Hong Kong’s government launches a marketing blitz aimed at restoring the city’s reputation as a business hub.
The 7.8-magnitude quake was felt across a large region with multiple aftershocks, rocking an area that houses millions of Turkish citizens, displaced Syrians and refugees.