To avoid stigmatizing countries, some proposed naming them after birds, but robin fans objected; Greek letters also have drawbacks.
Homelessness in California has been spiraling out of control for decades – and then came COVID-19. Will a $12B investment bring meaningful results?
Insiders have told Us Magazine that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are 'trying their utmost to maintain a good relationship' with the Queen.
Measures are in place to keep participants safe from coronavirus, event organisers say.
But Austin and Milley voiced reservations about overhauling the military justice system for all serious crimes, as outlined in a bill from Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
Ayaansh Gupta, three, suffering from rare spinal muscular atrophy, treated with Zolgensma at Secunderabad children’s hospital after parents’ social media crowdfunding campaign triumph
A senior Democratic aide told NBC News on Friday that the Capitol Hill complex is at an 85 percent vaccination rate.
Immunocompromised people should still get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow has been released from jail after serving more than six months for taking part in unauthorized assemblies during massive 2019 anti-government protests that...
THE BRIT twin who saved her sister from a crocodile has told of the horrifying moment the beast attacked her, dragged her underwater and bit her three times. Melissa Laurie, 28, has now woken from …
The guests, who were sharing a room, are being monitored by the company's medical team, Royal Caribbean said. Contact tracing is being conducted with expedited testing for close contacts.
The study, based on anonymized Israeli medical records, showed that vaccination’s benefits extend to people who have not received a shot.
Boris Johnson says the donations to countries in need will begin within weeks.
The tax system is working exactly how it was designed to. The question is whether we want to change the design.
Computer programs can generate sets of random numbers, but are they really random if they are programmed to be?
We faced our worst health-worker shortage in history before the pandemic; we need 18 million more, says Dr. Raj Panjabi