CDC scientists armed with GPS devices hope that spying on the nightly escapades of tiny fruit bats in Uganda will help them understand how Marburg, which is as deadly as Ebola, is spreading to humans.
Some government officials join outside activists in questioning federal funding.
The shortage of the new shingles vaccine worsens as demand soars.
In 2018, 134 cases of acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, have been confirmed in 33 states. Another 165 are under investigation.
The Asian longhorned tick is the first invasive tick to arrive in the United States in about 80 years.
New labels are to give consumers information about harvest dates and regions.
E. coli contamination sickens dozens; feds say throw away lettuce
The move could limit U.S. assistance and prohibit financial transactions.
Consumer groups are asking the USDA to identify the brands of turkey and processing facilities that have been linked to the outbreak.
The pasta salad is sold in 244 stores in Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.