(NEW YORK) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin's "special military operation" into neighboring Ukraine began on Feb. 24, with Russian forces invading from Belarus, to the north, and Russia, to the east. Ukrainian troops have offered "stiff resistance," according to U.S. officials. The Russian military has... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- In a sharp reversal, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Wednesday that he will hold a call with Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov "in the coming days," which will mark the first time the two have spoken since the war in Ukraine... Read More.
(ITHACA, N.Y.) -- After a significant viral outbreak before winter break in December, COVID-19 infection levels at Cornell University had markedly declined, as the omicron surge receded, and students returned to campus for the spring semester. However, as new case totals begin to tick up... Read More.
(LONDON) -- A former aide to the late Princess Diana has received an apology and "substantial sum" from the BBC over a 1995 interview Diana gave to then-BBC journalist Martin Bashir. The aide, Patrick Jephson, who served for eight years as Diana's private secretary, received... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The United States is facing a COVID-19 surge this summer as the more contagious delta variant spreads. More than 615,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 and over 4.2 million people have died worldwide, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Reality TV star and transgender activist Jazz Jennings revealed on Instagram that she is battling binge-eating disorder , writing that she is sharing her story to hold herself "accountable." "As many of you have noticed, over the past few years, I have... Read More.
By DR. LEAH CROLL, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Evidence is mounting that children may play a larger role in the community spread of COVID-19, according to two studies.The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association
By ARIELLE MITROPOULOS and ELLA TORRES, ABC News(HOLYOKE, Mass.) -- An independent investigation into the Soldiers' Home in Holyoke, Massachusetts, a state-run facility where more than 90 residents died since the coronavirus pandemic began, found that "substantial errors" and "utterly... Read More.