While a spokesperson told The Scotsman that the mix-up had not caused any "serious health issues," COVID-19 vaccine overdoses have been linked to several hospitalizations.
This video shows Mayweather push Paul from behind, igniting a brawl among both entourages involved.
The official said success or failure of negotiations depends on whether Iran will make the decision to accept the proposed concessions and return to compliance with the JCPOA's terms.
"What makes this charade all the worse is that the only known case of election fraud in Florida from the 2020 election involves a Republican," the South Florida Sun-Sentinel's editorial board wrote.
Over the weekend, one California woman discovered that 15 California condors had descended on her home. However, they weren't the cleanest guests.
A new study from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that more than 200,000 residents of the New York metro area moved away in 2020, a phenomenon that occurred similarly in nearly major every city across the country.
In a recent Facebook post, a snake-catching company based in Queensland, Australia, shared a recent finding that left readers wanting to crawl out of their skins.
A member of the Liechtenstein royal family is accused of hunting the largest bear in Romania for sport, despite the order of protection on the animal.
A Sikh group was barred from donating funds to help India battle the COVID-19 pandemic after the government labeled it as a terroist organization.
Students and parents of the Fort Bend, Texas middle school reported to news outlets that the teacher "lost control."
A former television presenter for Afghanistan's Tolonews was shot to death by gunmen a day after the Taliban threatened Afghan journalists closely aligned with security agencies backed by the U.S.
Over the next few weeks, the store is sending 14 semi-trucks full of food, vitamins and cleaning supplies to a local food bank to honor the 10 victims killed in a mass shooting.
Some such boats, which were often used to ferry cargo from place to place, date back to the Neolithic era.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken emphasized the U.S.'s commitment to Ukraine during his one-day visit to Kyiv.
Education tech platforms have historically given wealthy and high-performing students an edge, though now they might be more equalizing than previously believed.
The Vermont senator said Cheney is being punished because she acknowledged "the reality that Trump lost the election."
"Children cannot be running around outside in 90-degree weather wearing a mask. Period," the pediatric specialist said in response to CDC's guidelines for summer camps.
The controversial legislation immediately faces legal challenges.
Ron Kim made headlines for publicly criticizing Governor Andrew Cuomo. The state assemblyman on pandemic recovery, the economic divide and his legislative priorities for New York.
A dog appeared to be inspired by Lassie when he realized a cat was trapped in a well and needed to be rescued.
"From a compassion standpoint, it made no sense to put them on the same level as cold-blooded killers...even the prosecutor acknowledged there was no premeditation here," attorney Craig Peters said.
About 2.5 million people received a $600 or $1,200 payment and if you haven't received one it could be because you haven't filed your taxes.
Beijing's ambassador in Washington Cui Tiankai accused the U.S. and other countries claiming genocide in Xinjiang of trying "to bring about a collapse and split-up of China from the inside."
The U.S. government and several large technology companies have known for years that China has been targeting the ethnic minority through an aggressive campaign that attacks social media, phones and other technologies.
Countries are divided on cryptocurrency, with some looking to ban it, while others are seeking ways to incorporate it into their economic systems.
The Russian president defended the Sputnik V vaccine after an annual vaccine conference named Moderna's jab the best in the world.
Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said the easing of restrictions, which will begin May 10, is to "lift the spirits of the public after months of sacrifices," without putting the public at risk by removing all restrictions.
When one Red Lobster employee discovered this "one in 30 million" lobster, it was rehomed to the Virginia Living Museum.
Proponents of 'high meat' say that eating raw, rancid, and decomposing meat creates a mind-altering 'euphoria.'
Some of the children used cellphones to start calling their parents, and one parent eventually flagged down a deputy to inform authorities about the armed man on the bus.