The difference between the previous spikes in cases and the one we’re in now? COVID-19 cases are now rising almost everywhere.
Two researchers claim that a single number they call the “political stress indicator” can warn when societies are at risk of erupting into violence. It’s spiking in the US, just like it did before the Civil War.
First, the coronavirus ravaged the northeast. Then it hit the Sun Belt. Now hospitals across the Midwest and northern plains are feeling the strain as COVID-19 continues to stalk the nation.
These updating maps show forecasts for Hurricane Delta’s powerful winds, rain, and storm surge.
Studies show pink eye can be a symptom of COVID-19, but it's rare.
“For the next few days, I’d want him 50 feet away from an ICU, not a helicopter ride,” one leading doctor said.
White House Officials Flouted Coronavirus Guidance At Their Supreme Court Celebration. It Was Likely A Superspreader Event.
“I hope this serves as an important reminder that the virus doesn’t discriminate, that you can catch it whoever you are, and it’s a risk and it’s real,” one expert said of the White House cluster.
Exactly what is the state of Trump’s health? How severe will his symptoms be? And how might those symptoms play out politically?
The world’s most powerful nation has played whack-a-mole with the coronavirus, slowing its transmission in one place only for it to flare up somewhere else.
The fires are likely already causing an upsurge in fatal heart attacks and hospitalizations for people with asthma — and it might also make people more vulnerable to COVID-19.
On Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center warned of “historic and catastrophic flooding” from the slow-moving storm.
Climate Scientists Have Warned It Was Coming, But Even They Are Freaked Out By The West Coast’s Inferno
“We have not reached the peak. In fact, no one knows where the peak is,” one expert said.
If the numbers stand up to subsequent analysis, the South Dakota rally would be the single biggest known superspreader event in the US coronavirus epidemic.
She Claimed To Fight For Survivors Of Sexual Harassment In Science. But For Many, She Added To The Pain.
Neuroscientist BethAnn McLaughlin made headlines for posing on Twitter as an Indigenous professor she later said died of COVID. It was the culmination of a trail of abuse that has shaken a movement.
Laura is the strongest storm to hit Louisiana in more than 160 years.
“I think we should be very concerned,” one epidemiologist in Texas said.
BethAnn McLaughlin, who has previously come under fire for harassing people in her group MeTooSTEM, faked an online persona: a woman of color who she said died of COVID-19.
The storm affected the Caribbean and much of the US East Coast.
First GEDmatch, the DNA database that helped identify the Golden State Killer, was hacked. Then email addresses from its users were used in a phishing attack on another leading genealogy site.
“We just reopened too fast and these are the consequences of it,” an emergency room doctor in Houston said.