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Experts have said that a slight spike in radioactivity above northern Europe likely originated in Russia, but Russian nuclear plants in the area deny any abnormalities.
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Here's a look at the number of coronavirus cases in Texas and the latest news on the COVID-19 outbreak.
Between 50 and 85 times as many people in Santa Clara County have coronavirus antibodies as have tested positive for the virus.
Here's a look at the number of coronavirus cases in Virginia and the latest news about the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here's a look at the number of coronavirus cases in Vermont and the latest news about the COVID-19 outbreak.
More people in the U.S. are seeking medical care for flu-like, but are testing negative for flu. That could suggest the spread of the new coronavirus is picking up steam in the U.S.
A case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in a Northern California resident who had no travel history to an affected area and no known contact with a person previously diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Scientists have discovered a mysterious population of previously unknown cells lurking in the human body, and they may trigger Type 1 diabetes.
It's barely budged over the last several hours and is dumping huge amounts of rainfall on the island of Grand Bahama.
The monster storm has been getting stronger, but its predicted track moves it a hair away from South Florida.
It's possible that the recent quakes could be the straw that broke the camel's back for the San Andreas Fault, which is way overdue for a major rupture.