Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris call President Donald Trump a "whining" incompetent leader.
Jimmy Lai tells the BBC he has no regrets, but believes his arrest is "just the beginning".
Fears about spikes in US Covid-19 cases have led to some hostility between Canadians and Americans.
Of 55 health facilities assessed by the World Health Organization, half are "non-functional".
A safari group sailing near Dana Point in southern California came across a travelling pod of dolphins.
The life story of the princess will become the first Broadway show to premiere on the small screen.
A teacher was able to mute the girl's feed before the suspect opened fire in her home, police say.
Germany and Greece record their highest daily cases, while Spain and France reach a "tipping point".
Scientists from around Europe and the US have expressed scepticism over its newly-announced vaccine.
The US will maintain import duties on $7.5bn worth of items including French cheese and whiskies.
Protesters accuse police of brutality in the wake of Sunday's disputed presidential election.
The teenagers were reportedly attacked by a homeless man with a knife. The incident is under investigation.
A study says at least 800 people have died globally because of coronavirus-related misinformation.
Three men have been ordered to pay about $52,000 (£40,000) each for kidnapping a ship's crew for ransom.
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