There is speculation the former press secretary may remain in Trump’s administration.
Warming of more than 2 degrees Celsius is often viewed as a “tipping point.”
In recent days, the president has appeared to grow more frustrated with the direction of the Russia investigation.
The CNN host noticeably rolled his eyes during an interview with the White House aide in May.
When treatments run longer than necessary, patients are put at unnecessary risk of developing antibiotics resistance, the authors explain.
Researchers advise employees who want to be more productive at their jobs to plan short rest breaks to engage in enjoyable activities.
Sessions was the first sitting senator to throw his support behind candidate Trump early in the election season.
The highest frequency is among non-Hispanic black victims.
Users can now explore the ISS in a 360-degree view, courtesy of an astronaut at the European Space Agency.
The political gap between gun owners and non-owners gets larger in nearly every election cycle, researchers have found.
U.S. Representative Dana Rohrabacher questioned space experts about life on the planet.
A university spokesman tells Newsweek that an employee left the gun unattended in a bathroom on campus.
Robby Mook, Clinton’s 2016 campaign chief, and Matt Rhoades, Romney’s 2012 campaign manager, will co-lead the initiative.
The infants missed out on the first dose of a combined vaccine against three possibly fatal diseases.
Researchers sought to discover whether the link between close relationships and health are static across life.
World leaders and musicians take the stage Thursday at the Global Citizen Festival in Hamburg.
The cities that will benefit from the grant include Chicago, New York and Orlando.
Nearly half of Americans who live in a household with a gun share the same sentiment.
A Stanford scholar found that states with concealed carry laws actually experience increases in violent crime.
“West Wing Reads” is a roundup of the stories that Trump’s staffers are reading about his presidency.
The mayors call on Congress to oppose legislation that would force states to recognize concealed carry weapon permits from other states.