“I’m just really proud of our species,” Maryland metrologist Jon Pratt said.

About 15 to 20 people being housed at Neighborhood Church of Chico have tested positive for norovirus, said Lisa Almaguer, a spokeswoman for the Butte County Public Health Department.

In bid to reduce underage vaping and smoking, agency moves to impose sales restrictions and bans.

Let the turf wars begin.

Steve Hathaway and Andrew Buttle find themselves face to face with a 26-foot-long pyrosome on Oct. 25.

U.S. health workers are stationed in the capital, but attacks on government outposts and civilians by armed militias where the disease is spreading are complicating efforts to provide direct medical aid.

National Park Service officials say GPS collars show 10 of 13 cougars they track in the Los Angeles region are alive but may be injured. The others are unaccounted for.

Police in Milton, W. Va., had calls about suspicious-acting raccoons twice in as many days.

Astronomers have discovered signs of a frozen exoplanet orbiting the closest single star to our solar system.

The cracks are already showing.

The study shows one way marketing messages on over-the-counter medicines could be misleading consumers.

A major study claimed the oceans were warming much faster than previously thought. But researchers now say they can't make that claim.

Scientists have observed animals during eclipses for centuries, but the 2017 event offered the most sophisticated insights yet.

“This is a positive step and may be the first thing this EPA has done that will actually reduce air pollution,” said one environmental advocate.

The FDA commissioner's comments came on the same day that Juul Labs announced that it would stop selling most of its flavored e-cigarette pods -- specifically, mango, fruit, creme and cucumber -- in 90,000 retail outlets.

She lost her Senate race, but that's okay with Boomer.

Doctors are desperately testing therapies for acute flaccid myelitis.

There's a petition circulating.

It took only days for the blaze to become the most destructive in California history

Spuds are packed with vitamins and minerals and even some fiber.

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