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The disorder can make food smell and taste rancid. The perplexing condition has few treatment options.
A recent CNN poll finds 36% of Americans say they still don't think President Biden legitimately won the presidency.
Students are missing their first classes before they make it to school.
The legislation, passed by the House of Representatives, will keep "bad actors" out of the cannabis industry, Democratic Rep. Ed Perlmutter said.
China is both the world's biggest domestic coal producer and the largest funder of coal plants around the world.
"Direct air capture" is a technically challenging and controversial strategy for softening the blow of global warming that backers say will be a necessity to meet global emissions targets in...
One company is now making EVs that use solar panels. For some drivers, that means they'll rarely need to plug into electricity.
Last Sunday, the 11th person this year died at Rikers Island Jail.
The Islamic State targeted and killed Taliban members in a string of attacks over the weekend.
A report based on new CDC data shows 16 states now report obesity rates of 35% or higher.
Scientists thought that humans with stone weapons may have caused the disappearance of Ice Age beasts like wooly mammoths. But new research shows that stones were no match for mammoths'...
Migrants have described the country as being chained "like a slave" and calling it "hell."
Concerns have been raised about the spread of COVID-19 and the flu.
The federal spending bill also includes funds for Afghan refugees and natural disaster recovery.
The prime minister has won a third term.
The company said a second booster shot taken two months after its one-shot vaccine increased coronavirus protection to 94%.
The announcement comes after months of mounting tension with Europe.
The U.S. has also begun to expel the Haitian migrants from the country.
Hurricane Ida demolished thousands of homes in south Louisiana alone. For many families, these houses were their most valuable possessions.
It includes a look at how anti-vaccine information flourished on Facebook even as CEO Mark Zuckerberg publicly touted his platform's efforts to get people vaccinated against the coronavirus.