The countries' inability to cooperate on space risks not only an arms race, but also clashes over resources on the moon and elsewhere.
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Only 43% of seniors who are 80 or over have received even one dose. While that is up from 22% in early January, it still isn’t enough.
A top Chinese drone manufacturer has become the poster child of a much wider national security threat: The Chinese government’s ability to obtain sensitive data on millions of Americans.
The city has abruptly scrapped a new rule allowing vaccinated residents returning from medium-risk locations to quarantine in a hotel for just one week, half the typically required time.
Older people are still staying away in part due to advice from ultracautious doctors to defer vaccination if they have chronic conditions not yet under control.
The cutting-edge technology, which made its debut during the pandemic, has proven more effective than any other in staving off infections and serious illness from the coronavirus.
A spate of robotic missions to the red planet, including NASA’s Perseverance rover and China’s Zhurong, have led to the inevitable question: When can humans follow?
Within Asia, Japan trails China, India, Singapore and South Korea and is only slightly ahead of lower-income nations like the Philippines and Thailand.
In the early stages of the pandemic, China and other Asian nations failed to jump on mRNA tech, which has become the breakout star of the COVID-19 era.
The Tokyo District Court let Carlos Ghosn post bail last March, overruling prosecutors' objections that he was a flight risk. After all, how could one of the most recognizable foreign people in the country flee while under round-the-clock surveillance? As the world learned this week, ...