“I want to raise awareness of how serious the flu is.” On February 2, Colette Giovanniello planned to take her twin daughters, Katie and Danielle, then 15, to a yoga class as part of their birthday celebration
Here’s what the latest science says about whether travel bans, border screenings, and quarantines are thwarting the ongoing outbreak. An unmitigated disaster. That’s how Lawrence Gostin of Georgetown describes
As Judith's pregnancy stretched past 44 weeks, she grew worried. But rather than seeking medical assistance, she turned to extreme online communities. By February 2019, Judith had become unbearably anxious.
Editor's note: This report includes graphic and disturbing descriptions of assault. In the summer of 2011, Lisa Ricchio received a call from a man she knew. He said he was in Massachusetts, in pain from
Donald Trump’s recent clemency blitz came under fire from former Fox News reporter Carl Cameron on Wednesday, who said it proved the president wasn’t fulfilling his promise to “drain the swamp” of corruption
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A day after Jeanhee Kim learned of a coronavirus case in her Singapore apartment block, she was visited by a distinguished-looking man she later learned was a senior government minister.
Kentaro Iwata, an infectious diseases expert at Kobe University, was brought onto the Diamond Princess yesterday, a day before the Japanese government began allowing passengers to disembark from the quarantined
A mom called 911 in the middle of the night because she desperately needed baby formula. The police delivered
(CNN) — From flat tires to possible home invasions, the officers with the Lone Peak Police Department in Utah are used to dealing with a variety of 911 calls. But at 2 a.m. on January 28, they received
(CNN) — The United States ranks lower than 38 other countries on measurements of children's survival, health, education and nutrition -- and every country in the world has levels of excess carbon emissions
Around 1 million Uighurs have been forcibly detained by the Chinese government in a widespread network of prisonlike facilities. Chinese authorities call the detention camps "vocational training centers"
A woman left one of the Westside’s roughly 75,000 blow-dry joints and fell in love with my dog. Mid-coo, she asked, “Did you adopt him?” But with Tasers in her voice, she said, “If you went to a kill-shelter
The US was left alone and humiliated on the world stage as European allies collectively dunked on Trump's 'America First'
The US was once again left alienated from its European allies at the world's biggest security conference as they rubbished President Donald Trump's "America First" approach and painted a picture of an
Patients yearn for the able generalist, yet society rewards the niche specialist “Here, I’ll put him on the phone,” says my exhausted friend before I can beg off. He is in hospital with a serious illness
PLYMOUTH, Mass. – “Why? Why? Why would someone do this?” Gayle Manning asked as she looked down at vandalized Plymouth Rock on Monday morning. She was one of many who traveled to the Plymouth waterfront
Chinese police reportedly put a professor under house arrest, cut his internet, and kicked him off social media after he
A Chinese professor who publicly criticized President Xi Jinping's handling of the deadly coronavirus has been put under house arrest, barred from social media, and denied access to the internet, his told
Even now, when the virus has taken more than 1,700 lives, the government is still trying to hide information I got a phone call from Dr Song* one night. He had just finished a shift at a hospital in Wuhan