Woman and baby walk through State Park border crossing

U.S., Canada Extend Border Restrictions For 5th Time Due To COVID-19

Canada's Public Safety Minister Bill Blair tweeted that "reciprocal restrictions" would continue until at least Sept. 21.


0:49Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Turkey's President Threatens To Cut Ties With UAE Over Israel Deal

1:37Cars queue at a COVID-19 test centre in Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020
Dean Purcel / AP

New Zealand Extends Auckland Lockdown After Months Without New Cases

0:50The Google mobile phone icon
Matt Rourke / AP

Google To Stop Responding Directly To Data Requests From Hong Kong

1:08Tel Aviv City Hall is lit up with the flags of the United Arab Emirates and Israel as the two announced diplomatic ties.
Oded Balilty / AP

UAE And Israel Establish Diplomatic Ties In U.S.-Brokered Deal

0:36Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe speaks to supporters.
Ivan Valencia / AP

Colombia's Former President Is Officially An Inmate On House Arrest

1:00A protester holds an old Belarusian national flag as he stands in front of police line.
Sergei Grits / AP

2nd Protester Dies In Belarus Unrest While In Police Custody

1:17Cars queue at a COVID-19 test centre in Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020
Dean Purcel / AP

Auckland, New Zealand, Under Lockdown After Months Without New Cases

0:31Image of what U.S. military says is Iran seizing a Liberian-flagged ship
U.S. Military Central Command / AP

U.S. Military Says Iran Seized Oil Tanker Near Strait Of Hormuz

0:28Emergency services attend the scene of a derailed train in Stonehaven, Scotland, Wednesday Aug. 12, 2020.
Derek Ironside / AP

3 Dead In British Passenger Train Derailment

2:30An employee works on a vaccine in Moscow, Russia

Russia's Vaccine Claims Come With Little Evidence, Incomplete Testing

0:52Russia's COVID-19 vaccine
Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Russia First Country To Register COVID-19 Vaccine

1:00Sen. Ted Cruz asks a question during a committee hearing.
Jonathan Newton / AP

China Sanctions 11 U.S. Citizens In Dispute Over Hong Kong

0:49Earth moving equipment and rescue workers search for victims in Beirut.
AP / Bilal Hussein

Lebanon's Government Is Stepping Down After Deadly Blast

0:51An official turns away two voters at a voting center lacking ballots in Carolina, Puerto Rico, Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020.
Danica Coto / AP

Puerto Rico Suspends Primary Elections Over Lack Of Ballots

1:02Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai, center, who founded local newspaper Apple Daily, is arrested by police officers

Hong Kong Media Tycoon Arrested Under National Security Law

1:10Oil spills from the MV Wakashio ship off of the coast of Mauritius
Eric Villars / AP

Oil Continues To Spill Into Indian Ocean Near Mauritius

1:14Teargas canisters fly during anti-government protest following Tuesday's massive explosion which devastated Beirut, Lebanon
Hassan Ammar / AP

Lebanese Information Minister Resigns Following Deadly Blast In Beirut

1:26Protester waves two rainbow flags in the middle of Pro-LGBTQ protests
Czarek Sokolowski / AP

Pro-LGBTQ Protests Spark As Homophobia Escalates In Poland

1:06Protester holds sign with PM Netanyahu's face on it. Below the pictures it says "Game Over"
Ariel Schalit / AP

Thousands Of Israeli Protesters Call For PM Netanyahu To Resign

1:01This is the Air India Express flight that skidded off a runway while landing in Kozhikode, Kerala state, India.
Shijith Sreedhar / AP

At Least 18 Dead, 150 Hurt After Plane Skids Off Runway In India

TikTok and WeChat on a phone

'It's Overwhelming' — The Chinese App Ban Could Cut Off Families

1:37Satellite images, obtained by CNN from Planet Labs Inc.
CNN Newsource

Lebanon's President Admits He Knew About Beirut Stockpile For Weeks

1:22An empty street in the Central Business District in Melbourne.
Asanka Brendon Ratnayake / AP

Australia's Second Largest City Back Under Coronavirus Lockdown

1:03North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

North Korea Escalating Its Response To COVID-19

4:48Site of Beirut Explosion

Chemical In Beirut Explosion Common In U.S., Public Reporting Isn't

3:29People cleaning up damage in Beirut
AP Images

Beirut Blast: Officials Point To Negligence, Not Nefariousness

1:49A video showing the explosion was filmed from just over a kilometre away.
Newsy / Jennifer Smart

What Visual Evidence Tells Us About What Caused The Beirut Explosion

0:57Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar peaks at the Health and Human Services headquarters in Washington.
Jacquelyn Martin / AP

U.S. Sending Highest-Ranking Official In Over 40 Years To Taiwan

0:39The U.K. Home Office building in London
Canley at the English language Wikipedia / CC BY-SA

U.K. To Redesign 'Racist' Visa Algorithm After Backlash

3:26On Aug. 6, 1945 the first atomic bomb is dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.
US National Archives

75 Years After A-Bomb Dropped in Japan, Survivors Still Suffer