More than half of South Korea's novel coronavirus cases can be linked to the Shincheonji religious group. Officials say one member attended services in the southern city of Daegu while infected. Religious services have since been shut down to stop the spread. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Here at Forbes.com we do not usually write headlines in French, but when the subject is the New York Knicks and there is a little something different to write about aside from their latest loss, you roll with it.
Tyson Fury will be the much bigger man in the ring on Saturday night when he rematches with WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder. Fury tipped the scales at a whopping 273 pounds on Friday, and there is no telling how big he'll be when he actually steps into the ring after rehydration.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., told "Hannity" Friday that while Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has a "distant possibility of winning" the presidency in November, there's a much better chance that his candidacy brings an end to Nancy Pelosi's tenure as House Speaker.
Since last spring, the government's entity list ban against Huawei (and ZTE) has largely prevented US companies from working with them. Despite legal wrangling and trade negotiations between the two countries the ban is still in place, and in the cas...
Heading into Saturday's Nevada caucuses, Pete Buttigieg wanted Democratic voters to look at his campaign as the alternative between "somebody who wants to buy the party out and somebody who wants to burn it down." Buttigieg spoke to CBS News' Ed O'Keefe in Las Vegas.