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It’s been 40 years since the sideways explosion that changed volcanology forever.
A survey suggests that nearly half of children with difficulty sleeping have taken melatonin.
The United States and other nations might use Monday’s World Health Organization meeting to place blame on China.
China has quarantined thousands of people after a resurgence of cases in the Northeast. The leaders of Italy and Britain warned that a vaccine may be a long time coming.
Seeking to encourage testing, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York has a nasal swab on live television.
Researchers look at how pollution in low-income areas might be affecting the pandemic’s impact. Economic experts urge U.S. lawmakers to take on a bigger financial burden.
Officials have also imposed new travel restrictions in northeastern China. Cuts and outsourcing have left France scrambling for medical gear needed to fight a pandemic.
Nationwide, poor communities are exposed to much more air pollution than wealthier ones. Scientists are racing to understand what role this may play in Covid-19.
U.S. investigators say a Nigerian group has flooded unemployment agencies with fraudulent claims. Brazil is an emerging center of the pandemic amid the government’s contradictory response.
Investigators have uncovered a fraud ring that may have siphoned millions of dollars in unemployment payments. With more than two-thirds of states significantly relaxing restrictions, an uptick in cases is predicted.
State wildlife officials have warned residents to be on the lookout for the Argentine black and white tegu, an invasive lizard species that is threatening native creatures.
With more than two-thirds of states significantly relaxing restrictions, an uptick in cases is widely predicted. Former President Barack Obama is expected to address 2020 graduates at two separate events.
The movement of schoolchildren back to their home villages raises virus fears in Nigeria. Japanese men are helping more around the house. And Narendra Modi’s popularity surges.
He used science to demystify the myths of rising fastballs and Michael Jordan’s seemingly long hang time. He died from complications of the novel coronavirus.
The Princeton mathemagician, who died in April, left an engaging legacy of numerical gamesmanship.
Germany is restarting its top soccer league. The virus is further straining U.S.-China relations.
A stir-crazy nation wonders: Is it safe to stroll on the beach in a deadly pandemic? How about a picnic in the park? Or coffee with a friend at an outdoor table? The risk is in the details.
A $3 trillion package would include billions for struggling states but has been criticized as a “blue-state bailout” by Republican leaders. The stay-at-home order for New York City was extended until June 13.
Monitor lizards, believed to be invasive species on some Pacific islands, got there long before humans, a new study says.
Road deaths in Thailand were down by about half last month. A typhoon is complicating the fight against the pandemic in the Philippines.