Researchers said that the newly discovered supermountains dwarfed the Himalayas and may have influenced the development of early life on Earth.
An area in the state's Richland and Kershaw counties is the center of a series of seismic events that started on December 27 with a 3.3-magnitude earthquake.
The university told the students that those who return after December 10 "will be appointed/assigned to suitable positions if available."
The 61-year-old died from an injection of pentobarbital at the state prison in Bonne Terre.
The Mu variant, first detected in Colombia, contains some potentially concerning mutations.
Police in Italy arrested the pizzeria owner who had seemingly been adding a secret ingredient to his products.
"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 beached predator can be seen thrashing its mighty blood-covered jaws on the sand in front of a crowd which gathered on the shore.
Pentland, 42, a white Army sergeant stationed at Fort Jackson, has been charged with third-degree assault after he was filmed shoving a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood.
South Carolina Army drill sergeant Johnathan Pentland has been charged with third-degree assault and battery.
The video showed a white man threatening and shoving a young Black man as he walked along a street in Columbia.
A golden monolith has reportedly been found in Chia, Columbia, making it the latest in a string of mysterious discoveries around the world.
The movie company will release their films in theaters and on the premium summer next year.
The fishermen found the woman floating miles out to sea off the Colombian coast, unresponsive but alive.
University president Lee C. Bollinger wrote in a letter addressed to students and faculty members that the dorm, Bard Hall, would be renamed this fall with one that "represents our University's values."
"I think you can make an argument that it's the greatest scientific instrument ever built," Mike Massimino told Newsweek.
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It was the first claim of its kind to be filed since the president signed the executive order.
The swarm of male shrimp were killed in a "mass mortality" event during the time of the dinosaurs.
The winning ticket was purchased from an Enmarket convenient store in Orangeburg.
Lt. Brian Tate, a Columbia Police Department veteran is being probed for pillorying homeless people and slighting races while calling out gang violence as a consequence for the Confederacy's defeat in the Civil War.
When approached, the dog was "barking and lunging on the leash."
Women—including those who slept for seven to nine hours a night—are significantly more likely to have elevated blood pressure.
Gregory Katsas had his Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday.
The Columbia alumnus, who was accused of sexual assault, had filed the lawsuit more than two years ago.
Princeton, Columbia, Harvard, Amherst and Washington University in St. Louis have suspended men's teams or players from competing because of lewd messages that athletes allegedly exchanged.