The storm is hindering travel in parts of the Midwest as it moves toward the Northeast this weekend.
The lack of guidance from the White House on what services can be considered essential has created an opening for politically connected interests, critics said.
The CDC says about 1 in 6 people will develop this illness each year. But there are ways you can avoid it.
Findings could affect ways to prevent heat injuries and designs of sports clothing.
Some relatives told me I’d regret it, but breaking off toxic relationships can bring real peace with yourself and true loved ones.
In stressful periods, they need such nutrients to maintain muscle mass and other essential physiological functions, experts say.
Debt, nonstop stress and social media attacks are the main reasons some take their own lives.
The 22 page report to Congress highlighted 53 out of 79 bases exposed to current flooding risk -- but the Defense Department has thousands of installations.
As government workers stay home, the emerald ash borer keeps attacking trees.
A state law requiring pregnancy centers to provide women with abortion information was struck down by the Supreme Court in June, making the first action by the new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division largely symbolic.
The study published Friday in JAMA Network Open showed that small, consistent payments built trust between drug sales reps and physicians, which was associated with more prescriptions and more overdoses.
Trump administration efforts to revitalize cleanup program in limbo.
The agency plans to furlough more people and suspend lower-priority tasks to protect what Commissioner Scott Gottlieb calls a “core” mission.
The Ocean Cleanup’s goals are laudable, but the nonprofit faces challenges. For one, the company’s first garbage collector, a 2,000-foot buoy-and-skirt invention nicknamed Wilson, broke in two.
A trio of senators eyeing a presidential run grilled Andrew Wheeler.
The partial government shutdown has stalled an emergency update to the World Magnetic Model, an important tool for navigation.
Andrew Wheeler has served as the agency’s acting administrator since July. The Senate will decide whether to confirm him as the agency’s next leader.
Shrinking Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument may not bring a coal boom.
When offered attention, many cats happily take it.
The federal shutdown has slowed efforts to make leafy greens safer, experts say.