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pablohart/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Hundreds of hospitals along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts are at risk of flooding from hurricanes a new study finds, as Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida Wednesday as a Category 4 storm. The study, published Thursday, found that even lower category storms carry a serious risk to medical centers […]

SONGPHOL THESAKIT/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — It has been more than two and half years since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and despite a return to a new form of normality for many people across the country, there are still hundreds of Americans dying from the virus every day, a grim reality of the […]

Carol Yepes/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — After several weeks of steady increases in coronavirus infections and hospitalizations, there are encouraging signs that the latest viral resurgence may be abating in the United States. The rate of new infections appears to be dropping, with the U.S. now reporting 107,000 new cases each day — an average […]

Death Valley National Park (NEW YORK) — All roads in and out of Death Valley National Park are closed after unprecedented amounts of rainfall caused substantial flooding in the area, park officials said Friday. Approximately 500 visitors and 500 staff are currently unable to exit the park, which straddles the California-Nevada border, the officials said in […]

Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Hundreds of pro-abortion rights protests are planned nationwide Saturday in the wake of a bombshell leak of a U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion that indicated the court’s conservative majority could soon overturn Roe v. Wade. Women’s March and Planned Parenthood are among the organizations behind more than 450 demonstrations nationwide, which […]

Gary John Norman/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — At least 356 Haitian migrants traveled by boat on a dangerous trek to the coast of the Ocean Reef community in Key Largo, Florida, on March 6, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). CBP took custody of 158 people who swam to the shore from the […]

Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images (BOULDER COUNTY, Colo.) — Thousands of people are being asked to evacuate immediately and hundreds of buildings have already been lost as winds fuel fast-spreading wildfires in Boulder County, Colorado. Several small grass fires, sparked by downed power lines amid gusty winds in central Colorado, according […]

iStock/narvikk (NEW YORK) — SydPath, an Australian-based lab, sent hundreds of patients the wrong test results, due to a “data processing error,” it said in a statement. The lab announced in a statement Monday that a total of 995 people, who had taken COVID- tests on Dec. 22, Dec. 23 and Dec. 24 had received […]

ABC News (BRUZGI, Belarus) — Parsa Akram now lives with her mother, father and brother under a warehouse shelf. The space is about 2 meters wide. The 18-year-old and her mother sleep in a tent, her brother and father on the ground. They are among hundreds of people — mostly from Iraqi Kurdistan — now […]

djperry/iStock (NEW YORK) — Over 8 inches of rain pummeled the Pacific Northwest in 48 hours, triggering rivers — and then homes — to flood. In Whatcom County, Washington, in the northwest part of the state along the Canadian border, about 500 people were displaced Monday due to flooding, the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office said. […]