Researchers and health officials suspect that the immunity against Covid-19 these vaccines elicit in the body might wane over time -- possibly after a year or more -- and might not protect as well against coronavirus variants that could emerge and evolve.
California’s historic drought causes drinking water to taste like dirt; ‘just add lemon,’ officials say
Something is off about Sacramento's water. It smells and tastes a little "earthy," residents are saying -- an effect of compounding climate change crises: extreme heat, little to no precipitation and a historic drought that has gripped the region for the better part of a decade.
California authorities have arrested a man they say stole 42,000 pounds of pistachios -- a haul worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to the American Pistachio Growers.
Boat captain Jennifer Dowker runs shipwreck tours all summer long, so she knows that there are all sorts of secrets hidden under the surface of Michigan's waterways, but she was still shocked to find a message in a bottle written in 1926.
Data compiled by four of the biggest tech companies shows that law enforcement requests for user information — phone calls, emails, texts, photos, shopping histories, driving routes and more — have more than tripled in the U.S. since 2015. Police are also increasingly savvy about covering their tracks so as not to alert suspects of their interest.
MIT professor buying grad student and new mother crib to keep in lab highlights pandemic’s toll on working moms
Karen Cunningham thought she had picked a good, stable time to start a family as a graduate student at MIT. But when she gave birth to her daughter, Katie, in July 2020, the coronavirus pandemic was surging.
The video release is the first related to a major planned conspiracy case in the Capitol riot investigation, after a coalition of media outlets sought access to the tapes from court proceedings.
The President is poised to announce a comprehensive crime reduction strategy on Wednesday, officials said, in hopes of reducing gun violence and addressing the root causes of the spike.
Tyrone Leftridge, 22, of Lafayette is being charged with robbery resulting in serious bodily injury, aggravated battery and murder. Shianne Brooks-Brown, 24, of Delphi has also been arrested.
The drop in sales suggests that the hot housing market is cooling a bit, even as hiring is steady and the economy is recovering rapidly from the pandemic recession. Home sales boomed last year as many Americans sought more living space during the pandemic. That lowered the number of homes available and caused prices to spike.