The United States’ inability to curb a treatable sexually transmitted disease shows the failures of a cash-strapped public health system. Increasingly, newborns are paying the price.
Stocks and oil futures slumped, while investors sought safety in government bonds.
Scientists don’t know how effective vaccines will be against the new variant flagged by a team in South Africa, which displays mutations that might resist neutralization.
He was the theater’s most revered and influential composer-lyricist of the last half of the 20th century and the driving force behind some of Broadway’s most beloved and celebrated shows.
Louis Santiago was charged with reckless vehicular homicide after being accused of hitting a man on the Garden State Parkway. Instead of calling 911, the off-duty Newark police officer took the...
The charge was dropped after the former police officer and the woman she shot outside a supermarket in Ladue, Mo., agreed to meet with a mediator over Zoom, prosecutors said.
Sharbat Gula, whose haunting portrait was featured by the magazine more than three decades ago, was evacuated to Rome after the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
A New Jersey mother had been granted a temporary restraining order against her husband before he killed her and their two children, according to a suit filed by the woman’s family.
The department is investigating a firefighter who is accused of a "despicable act" after being given a letter to comply with the city's vaccination mandate.
Steve Burton and Ingo Rademacher had refused to comply with a Nov. 1 mandate that applied to actors on the long-running daytime drama’s set.
The group’s three other members are awaiting test results.
Health officials cited pandemic staffing shortages and longer hospital stays for their decision, which takes effect Monday. Covid cases are still far from the state’s peak.
“Their plan was to overwhelm us,” Chief Bill Scott of the San Francisco police said after about a dozen stores were stolen from in one night.