The U.S. Supreme Court's blockbuster rulings on successive days that eliminated the right to abortion nationwide and widened the rights of gun owners illustrate how its expanded conservative majority is willing to boldly assert its power.
Group of Seven leaders on Sunday pledged to raise $600 billion in private and public funds over five years to finance needed infrastructure in developing countries and counter China's older, multitrillion-dollar Belt and Road project.
Boris Johnson has the drive to keep going as PM, despite two by-election defeats for the Conservatives, cabinet minister Brandon Lewis says.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he aims to remain in power until the middle of the next decade, despite calls for him to quit, which would make him the country's longest continuously serving leader in 200 years.
Hong Kong saw 1,917 new Covid-19 cases on Sunday, as health authorities monitored the infection cluster involving Prince of Wales Hospital Clinical Oncology.
A union representing nearly 20,000 Hospital Authority's healthcare workers at its peak, is set to be dissolved on Thursday after a vote by its members.
The inaugural Hong Kong Science Fair, which was held over the weekend, showcased the creative ideas and innovations of students from 120 teams of students and teachers-in-charge.
Nine students living in St Stephen's College's female dormitory in Stanley has to observe quarantine after three pupils and a teacher were infected, health authorities announced.
Twelve national flags hung at Lam Shek House in Kwun Tong found to have been stained, while black marks on yellow stars of some flags were spotted.
Paul Chan says in weekly blog post safeguarding national security and city’s constitutional order is a ‘core infrastructure project’.
Major General Peng Jingtang makes promise ahead of President Xi Jinping’s attendance at events celebrating 25th anniversary of city’s handover.
Jumbo was insured by a type of policy that covered third-party losses instead of losses to the company, statement by Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises says.
The strike action follows a wave of discontent expressed by workers across the country in recent months. Many are demanding higher wages to deal with the cost of living crisis.
Striking rail workers are asking for a 7% pay rise, despite CPI inflation at 9.1% and RPI at 11.7%. NHS workers and teachers have also threatened to walk out if the government doesn't up their pay deals.
The World Health Organization said the escalating monkeypox outbreak in more than 50 countries should be closely monitored but does not warrant being declared a global health emergency.
Hong Kong’s biggest mortgage lenders kept their prime rates unchanged immediately after the monetary authority’s June 16 move, giving homebuyers the opening to get ahead of higher borrowing costs.
Liaison office held series of closed-door individual meetings with city’s major foreign business chambers to ‘directly’ gauge their views on issues, sources say.
Hong Kong saw 1,794 new Covid-19 cases on Saturday as health authorities ruled out the possibility of transforming a hospital that receive patients infected with the coronavirus only at this point.