"Those patients are upwards 20 hours plus in the emergency room and then passing while waiting for transfer to another facility," Dr. Richard Watson said.
Recent accounts from the former hostages are the first acknowledgement that a ransom was paid following the October kidnapping of 16 Americans and one Canadian.
Gregor Gross claims officers broke his neck leaving him paralyzed. "I just pretty much lay in bed all day," he said. "I'm just existing right now, basically."
Thwaites glacier in Antarctica is melting, adding about 50 billion tons of ice into the sea every year.
Investigators are working to determine what causes a fire in a residential building that killed eight children and four adults in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
The remains of 250 people recovered from a 1980s battlefield in Iran have not been identified. Their tombstones will read "anonymous martyr."
Duffy said Thursday that he won't run so he can care for his family. He left the House after learning that his ninth child had a heart condition.
The Sundance Film Festival canceled their in-person events after the peak of COVID-19 cases was expected to be the week of the event.
"Brent Dennis resolved this case without making any admission of guilt in order to eventually return his life to normalcy," attorney Richard Schonfeld said.
There is currently no set amount for damages attached to the lawsuit, but lawyers believe it could be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
"From the outset, it seems as if the FBI is doing everything it can to avoid answering the question of whether they actually found gold," an attorney said.
"No one came. It was just shocking...no one knew how to even clear one lane for all of us to get out of that mess?" said a motorist who was stuck for 16 hours.
An Alaskan Malamute named North stayed with its owner and kept him warm as they waited for rescue teams to save them after they fell 500 feet on a mountain.
Health care workers in France are allowed to continue working while positive for COVID-19 if they are fully vaccinated and are not coughing or sneezing.
Residents in Xi'an claim they were seeking urgent medical care at hospitals but were turned away for not having an up-to-date COVID-19 test result.
A Royal Caribbean cruise ship was forced to end the "cruise to nowhere" a day early after nine passengers on board were linked with a cluster of Omicron cases.
"We don't give up... twenty-six years, it could have been 36, you know, until I took my last breath I was going to work this case," said a detective.
A Brightline train hits someone every 33,000 miles it travels, and the company has the worst fatality rate among the nearly 800 railroad companies in the U.S.
Richard Acosta is accused of being the getaway driver after his son, Abel Elias Acosta, allegedly killed 3 at a gas station store in Texas on December 26.
Prince Andrew's attorney argued the settlement made between Virginia Giuffre and Jeffrey Epstein in 2009 should prevent her from suing Andrew now.
Three women in France died at the hands of their partners on January 1. Reports said the men allegedly told the police they were responsible for the deaths.
An investigation into the incident said inadequate training, poor maintenance of the vessel and misjudgment from those in charge led to the sinking.
"Last year I was on the front line of the COVID war...and now I'm on the front line of the culture war, and I don't want to be there," one teacher said.
Thousands of people protested in marches in Khartoum and Omdurman to denounce the coup after Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok resigned on Sunday.
Officials said a third of all reported cases since the beginning of the pandemic were in the past month, and several are linked to an outdoor concert.
The meteor traveling over Pittsburgh was about a yard in diameter with a mass of about half a ton and was traveling at roughly 45,000 mph.
"It's vital that we continue to keep a strong focus on the health and welfare of our athletes," said Ted Morris, executive director of US Speedskating.
Prosecutors allege Fortenberry lied to FBI agents who were investigating an illegal donation made by a foreign billionaire to his campaign in 2016.
Premier Doug Ford announced new COVID-19 restrictions after the province saw a record number of cases. "The fact is Omicron spreads like wildfire," he said.
Governor Tim Walz said schools have a "right to be concerned" about the Omicron variant after the state reported 6,780 new cases and 48 new deaths on Monday.