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For over two months, California had the most COVID-19 confirmed cases. That changed today as the Texas confirmed case count topped it.
Global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 40.2 million. In the United States, the figure is 8.2 million.
Global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 38.9 million, and fatalities from the disease have reached nearly 1.1 million.
Global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 38.5 million. At the current rate, global deaths will reach 1.1 million within days.
Global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 38.1 million. Global deaths from the disease are expected to reach 1.1 million within days.
Global confirmed cases of COVID-19 have reached 37.8 million, while the number of fatal cases is approaching 1.1 million.
One of the most widely respected COVID-19 case models forecasts 2.8 million deaths by the end of the year. That means a sharp acceleration in deaths over the next three and a half months.
What are India's real confirmed case and death numbers? No one will ever know. A low testing rate and poor procedures for providing COVID-19 deaths mean the numbers are wildly low.
According to the Bing COVID-19 Tracker, the number of global cases skyrocketed to 12,507,849, up sharply by 239,219 in the past day. On most days over the past week, the number of confirmed cases...
The International Energy Agency reported Thursday that global CO2 emissions in 2019 were flat with emissions in 2018, ending a two-year streak of rising emissions. The bad news is that the level is...
It wasn’t that long ago that the financial media and mainstream media were touting an imminent recession. While the media was just absolutely wrong collectively about the recession calls, and...
Torrential rains in India's largest state killed 48 people in a day earlier this week. River flooding is also a problem in parts of the United States.
The world is getting greener due to tree planting in China and increased agricultural activity both there and in India.
A new research report from McKinsey & Co. notes "ominous" parallels between Asian economies just prior to the financial crisis of 1997 and to those economies today.
To hear market pundits talk up the future of India, it might seem as though the future is bright and that there aren't any dark clouds. Those who have invested in India over the years might have a...