The US Government Now Has 400 Official Reports Of UFOs But Congress Wants You To Know There’s Still No Proof Of Aliens
“Unidentified aerial phenomena are a potential national security threat, and they need to be treated that way,” the committee chairperson said.
The "gentle giant" at the heart of the Milky Way is a black hole 4 million times the mass of the sun.
“The pandemic has just poured fuel on the fire of the overdose epidemic,” one expert said.
College Football Referees Penalized Teams With Black Coaches More Often Than Those With White Coaches, A Study Suggests
College football teams with Black coaches average around five to seven more penalties per season than teams with white coaches, regardless of team or school quality.
Paxlovid pills are now widely offered at pharmacies through Biden's "test to treat" plan, as COVID cases are beginning to mount again in the US.
“We are the capital of pain.”
“I know everybody wants great news, that we can be done with COVID and everything’s gonna be fine, but that’s not really true.”
Two negotiators and a Russian oligarch mediating the talks suffered eye irritation and peeling skin on their faces, according to news reports.
“This is a really bad idea,” one public health expert said. “It just creates an opportunity for people to grandstand.”
“The role of oil and gas in the global economy is very deeply embedded, so any shift is going to take a long time,” one expert said.
“We are in completely uncharted waters,” the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said.
Here’s What The Overdose Death Trial Of Major League Baseball Pitcher Tyler Skaggs Missed About America’s Opioid Crisis
“One important way to understand what happened in the case of this tragic overdose death of a professional athlete is to recognize it as yet another tragic example … of what American society at large has been suffering through,” an addiction treatment expert said.
“We will stay at it, with continued rigor, for however long it takes," said a joint intelligence agency statement about the remaining, unsolved, Havana Syndrome cases.
“I think in many ways, we are just as flabbergasted as the rest of society about how Omicron has seemingly come from nowhere,” one scientist said.
The announcement is part of a plan to expand access to rapid testing, but most tests won’t be available for at least two weeks.
“It’s going to get worse before it gets better,” one doctor said.
“Pediatric hospitalizations are at the highest rate compared to any prior point in the pandemic,” the CDC’s director warned.
Every day, decisions are being made based on rapid COVID tests. How common are false negatives, and can you trust the results?
The White House Is Defending The CDC’s New 5-Day Coronavirus Isolation Guideline For Asymptomatic People
“We are standing on the shoulders of two years of science,” the CDC director said.
“This spreads so fast that if you look at what's going on today, it's actually already happened 10 to 14 days ago,” one expert said.