Efforts to eradicate Guinea worm disease enters ‘most difficult’ phase after 2022 reports only 13 human cases

The Carter Center said Tuesday that only 13 human cases of Guinea worm disease were reported worldwide last year. After decades of progress, the eradication program’s director cautioned the end … Read More

T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach will not return to “GMA” following reports of a romantic relationship, network says

T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach will not return to their positions as co-hosts of the third hour of “Good Morning America,”  an ABC News spokesperson confirmed to CBS News Friday. … Read More

California judge issues preliminary injunction blocking COVID ‘misinformation’ law: reports

A California judge issued a preliminary injunction against a state law that empowers the Medical Board of California to discipline physicians who support opinions about COVID-19 that are not in … Read More

WHO urges China to release more COVID-19 information after Beijing reports 60,000 coronavirus-related deaths

The World Health Organization is urging China to keep releasing COVID-19 data after Beijing on Saturday reported nearly 60,000 coronavirus-related deaths since Dec. 8.  Beijing’s announcement was the first official … Read More

China reports 60,000 coronavirus-related deaths from December after concerns of underreporting

China on Saturday reported nearly 60,000 coronavirus-related deaths since Dec. 8 after groups like the World Health Organization had complained about a lack of information from officials.  Previously, the Chinese … Read More

Over 100 people missing from Mexican town where El Chapo’s son was captured in fierce firefight: reports

Residents of the Mexican town where cartel leader Ovidio Guzman, the son of notorious drug kingpin El Chapo, was arrested last week say that over 100 people have disappeared from … Read More

Russia-Ukraine war live: blasts heard in Kyiv amid reports of over 100 missiles incoming across the country

Ukraine reports fresh Russian missile strike; two people rescued from damaged house in the capital and another injured Russia-Ukraine war at a glance Missiles are being launched at Ukraine from … Read More

US National Labor Relations Board rules NCAA violated athletes’ labor rights; court meetings likely: reports

The National College Players Association will likely face the NCAA, Pac-12 and the University of Southern California in court after the National Labor Relations Board reportedly ruled that the parties … Read More

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