No one injured in Wednesday afternoon shooting in downtown Denver

A pedestrian and at least one person in a vehicle exchanged gunfire Wednesday afternoon in downtown Denver near a federal courthouse. The shooters were not targeting the courthouse or anyone inside, Denver Police Department spokeswoman Christine Downs said. No one

Giant pandas no longer endangered but still vulnerable, China says

Giant pandas are no longer classified as endangered but they remain vulnerable, Chinese officials say. The classification was downgraded after the number of pandas in the wild reached more than 1,800, according to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment. Cui

‘We have next to no income. There is no help for us’

Chancellor Rishi Sunak admitted last week that his latest coronavirus economic support package won’t save all jobs. But as employers and employees digest the latest plans it’s clear many of them feel viable firms are being hung out to dry

No sign of US, China as global vaccine plan gathers momentum

The COVAX initiative pools resources to ensure poorer nations will have access to any life-saving future vaccine. An initiative to ensure any future vaccine against COVID-19 is fairly shared throughout the world has secured the backing of 156 countries and territories, representing

Universities: No parties and more online learning

Universities should switch to full online learning only as a last resort in the event of a local coronavirus outbreak, new guidance says. The hundreds of thousands of students due to arrive at England’s universities in the coming weeks also

WHO warns of ‘no silver bullet’ for coronavirus

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that while there is hope for a vaccine against Covid-19, one might never be found. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing there was “no silver bullet at the moment