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"I have an 18-year-old ... and I tell him, unfortunately, never called the cops for anything because ... things can unfortunately end up like this," a neighbor said.
The CSU Chancellor called the directive "the most comprehensive and consequential university plan for COVID-19 vaccines in the country." It will affect more than 1 million students and employees.
The opposing speech will give the Senate's lone Black Republican an opportunity to pitch himself to the American public, but the spotlight often comes with harsher scrutiny.
Rapid COVID-19 tests are now available at pharmacies in the U.S. Dr. Michael Mina of Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health says these can help people wondering if they are infectious right now.
The study's author says he was shocked to find the toll of long COVID was so substantial and multifaceted: "When you put it all together ... it's actually quite jarring."
Researchers say cocaine, meth and other street drugs are increasingly contaminated with deadly synthetic opioids, contributing to a major spike in deaths.
"This is the most effective way to enable movement of people between countries," an Israeli official says. Israel says this is the world's first bilateral agreement on COVID-19 vaccine passports.
The new law also makes blocking public roadways a misdemeanor offense.
Just a week ago, only 33 countries were on the U.S. "Do Not Travel" list. New additions include Canada, Mexico, Germany and the U.K.
The effort to make Washington, D.C., the 51st star on the U.S. flag has never had more support. But the measure's fate in the Senate is uncertain.
Fresh off the first-ever powered flight on another world, NASA's Mars 2020 mission has managed another key first that could pave the way for future astronauts.
Generous personal injury coverage on your auto insurance policy may not be enough to cover your medical bills. Patients can get financially blindsided when car and health insurance policies differ.
Rescuers are scouring the Bali Sea for a submarine that disappeared this week. Officials say if the crew is still alive, they're expected to run out of oxygen by Saturday.
Namibia's president says disparate global rates of vaccination represent "COVID apartheid." When you compare percent of people vaccinated in the most populous countries, you can understand his ire.
In at least 36 states and the District of Columbia, child welfare agencies use a child's benefit checks to offset the cost of foster care, often leaving them with a tattered safety net as adults.
From now until August, you can sign up for or change coverage through the federal and state health insurance marketplaces. Many people are eligible for better or less expensive plans — or both.
The president will begin a climate summit by announcing that the United States will aim to cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half, based on 2005 levels, by the end of the decade.
The case involves a conservative nonprofit with ties to a Koch brothers-founded group that gave at least $1 million to fund a campaign to win Senate confirmation of her Supreme Court nomination.
Prosecutors amended the criminal complaint against Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa Wednesday to include more than 40 new charges.
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In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with nurse and UCLA professor Kristen R Choi.
While it may manifest itself in different ways, there’s no denying that our planet faces a climate emergency of epic proportions, and we’re all living through it.
After three years of hikes and research, author David Harris has released an updated version of John W. Robinson’s beloved hiking book “Trails of the Angeles: 100 Hikes in the San Gabriel Mountains,” a touchstone for SoCal hikers.