The U.S. plan for boosters has angered nations where many people are still struggling to obtain a first shot.
For Josh Wingrove's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Just as the Biden administration appeared on the verge of snuffing out COVID-19 in the U.S., a shadow pandemic of disinformation threatens to prolong the crisis.
The world’s second-largest economy was on the agenda throughout Biden’s meetings with the Group of Seven leaders, NATO, the European Union and even Putin.
After more than a year hunting for the pandemic’s mysterious origins, it’s unclear what new resources American spies may bring to the search.
For a nation mired in a pandemic for more than a year, the biggest step toward a return to normal came suddenly, even to U.S. President Joe Biden.
By supporting the World Trade Organization process, the U.S. president can satisfy progressives while engaging in talks on a waiver that may never reach consensus.
Early U.S. production wasn’t subject to an export ban but was gobbled up entirely by the government, which used wartime powers to prioritize its orders.
Biden, speaking at the White House on Tuesday, said Floyd’s killing had "ripped the blinders off for the whole world to see the systemic racism."
U.S. President Donald Trump granted clemency to dozens of people on Wednesday, including his former strategist Steve Bannon, the rapper Lil Wayne and former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, in one of his final official acts as president. A list of pardons and commutations the White ...
The president and some allies believe Democrats are overreaching by trying to once again impeach him over Wednesday’s mob at the Capitol.