People were exposed to mumps at two Mexican dance events held at the same place three weeks apart.
Some estimates say there are fewer than 30 vaquitas left in the world.
Kids get hurt on hoverboards in a lot of the same ways they get hurt on skateboards, according to new research.
One of the nuclear reactors at Three Mile Island suffered a partial meltdown in 1979.
The mother has been charged with child cruelty after allegedly trying to teach her kids a lesson about faith.
Almost 70 percent of parents were not willing to bring in peanut-containing foods before or at 6 months.
Satview is tracking the doomed Chinese prototype space station Tiangong-1 in the days before it re-enters Earth's atmosphere.
Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor has been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Justine Damond.
The northern white rhino is in dire straits, but science might be able to save this subspecies.
A self-driving Uber struck and killed a woman in Arizona, but it may not have been the SUV's fault.
Eight health facilities in Uganda were carrying fake vaccines for hepatitis B after getting them from unauthorized sellers.
How well do you know Irish history? Read about these five historical figures who are from Ireland but aren't as famous as St. Patrick.
The bail bond agent was charged with first degree murder after the shooting but was acquitted on March 9.
Legendary racecar driver and four-time Indy 500 winner A.J. Foyt was attacked by killer bees for the second time.
During training on mountain warfare and cold weather operations in Vermont, six U.S. Army soldiers were caught up in an avalanche.
A primary school went into lockdown after a test alert about a human-octopus hybrid animal was accidentally broadcast.
A style of snorkeling mask that covers the entire face is being blamed for a spike in drowning deaths.
Most of the bites that lead to disease come in the spring and summer seasons, and more people are moving to tick territory.