A person can develop immunity - the ability to resist infection - in two ways: either after being infected with a virus or by getting vaccinated. However, immune protection isn't always equal.
The news over the past months has been saturated with stories about another "surge" of unaccompanied minors crossing the southern border of the U.S.
Heat stroke is when a person's core body temperature rises too high - often more than 104 F (40 C) - because high environmental temperatures and humidity prevent the body from cooling itself through sweating and breathing.
From condo salesman to reality TV host to leader of the free world, Donald Trump has occupied several lifetimes' worth of identities over a remarkable career of reinventions. Even so, the billionaire mogul's latest metamorphosis - into a consumer-rights plaintiff seeking to regulate big business - is a peculiar one.
Human activities, such as burning fossil fuels for transportation and electricity, have worsened the intensity of extreme rainfall and snowfall over land in recent decades, not just in a few areas but on a global scale, new research shows.
Haitian President Jovenel Moise was assassinated in the early morning hours of July 7, 2021, in a brazen attack on his private home outside Port-au-Prince.
Across the country, states got huge infusions of cash from the federal government to help them deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supreme Court justices in the U.S. enjoy life tenure. Under Article 3 of the Constitution, justices cannot be forced out of office against their will, barring impeachment. This provision is meant to ensure judicial independence
When a vacation approaches, do you ever get the feeling that it's almost over before it starts? If so, you're not alone.