Based on lab studies, scientists have said the Omicron strain should be given variant of concern status by health officials.
Stephanie Coles discovered her tumor after noticing a lump on her abdomen. It has since grown to weigh more than 17lbs.
Maryland resident Brent Whalen spent over a month in hospital after catching COVID.
Epidemiologist Stephen Morse warned Newsweek against "prematurely declaring victory" against COVID, as states let mask mandates expire amid a drop in cases.
Russian Olympic athlete Kamila Valieva has been embroiled in controversy after banned substance trimetazidine was found in her system. Two approved meds, L-carnitine and hypoxen, were also reportedly found.
Social media users have claimed a photo taken by a European Space Agency Mars probe is fake or a CGI render.
The Omicron sub-type has yet to become dominant in the U.S. though cases are on the increase.
With around 5.8 million dead from coronavirus, experts warn a spike in burials could cause environmental issues because of the contaminants all bodies release.
The rogue wave was one of the biggest of its kind, towering over the sea at nearly 58 feet high. But even that's dwarfed by some other monster waves.
The conditions are worse than at any time since the year 800 and human-driven climate change is a significant factor.
The Omicron sub-type continues to spread around the country, but it's far from being dominant in the U.S. just yet, data suggests.
As several states announce the rolling back of mask mandates amid optimistic COVID case data, some experts have warned against complacency.
Football player Jesse Boshears, described as having a "heart of gold," was hospitalized with COVID last summer and has been fighting for his life since.
The large space rock, which does not pose any threat to Earth, will shoot past at over 50,000 miles per hour on Friday.
Porn addiction is a much-debated topic among psychologists, but a harsh reality for people who believe they suffer from it.
Hiker Steven Varela, who caught the moment on camera, said: "The bear just got up, looked around for a bit in confusion, and then ran off again."
The cat, named Sterling, is currently unable to groom himself due to his size, and he's not as mobile as he should be.
The Parker Solar Probe is equipped with cameras that have taken striking images since the mission started in 2018.
SpaceX fans want to hear more about the company's Starship rocket capable of taking humans to Mars. On Thursday, its CEO gave his first major update since 2019.
Early studies in animals suggest the vaccine could provide longer-lasting immunity compared to regular muscle injections.
Thieves made off in a car with the French bulldog called Venus, leaving its owner desperate for help.
The private rocket company will try once more to launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Thursday after the previous attempt was scrubbed moments before liftoff.
Before he died, Rhys Langford, 19, said he wanted to help save six-year-old Jacob Jones' life by raising money for treatment.
SpaceX said dozens of newly launched Starlink satellites could be lost, but they are not expected to pose any danger as they head back to Earth.
A photo appearing to show an alien basking on the surface of Mars has caught attention online recently—but is it possible that Mars could host such a life form?
Erin Harris, 18, is urging people to get symptoms checked if they notice something wrong, saying "we know our bodies better than anyone."
A video showing a torn dummy as a doll is born backside first shocked commenters, but luckily such procedures are rare.
Scientists say that Omicron appears to survive better on surfaces than past COVID variant, and this may partly explain why it has spread so quickly around the world.
Police in Utah were alerted to a burning home and rescued a woman after hearing her dog barking. Bleu's owners said the pet was "loved just as much as a family member."
The black hole is thought to have become separated after its stellar neighbor went supernova and exploded, kicking it into space.