Though only about 6 percent of people across Africa are vaccinated, the continent has been one of the least affected regions, confusing scientists.
"Our police department is working closely with the FBI to identify what appears to be a pattern...but at this point, it's hard to tell," said New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker.
Two investigations are still ongoing, and police have not yet linked any of the threats.
The Republican senator claimed that Columbia University's plans to host graduation ceremonies that allow students to celebrate their individual backgrounds, ahead of formal commencement, was discriminatory on Tuesday.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton described a Fox News article on the additional ceremonies as "segregation."
"It is going to be a recurring problem. I don't think life will ever be completely normal again," Columbia University infectious disease expert Dr. Ian Lipkin said in an interview.
The ban followed an unauthorized trip to Turks and Caicos by students from the university's Business School.
Biden only has a 12 percent chance of defeating Trump if the popular vote is very close, a recent study of the Electoral College finds.
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."
Even if the U.S. had enacted social distancing protocols one week earlier in March, roughly 36,000 fewer people would have succumbed to the virus, the study said.
The Columbia University map shows which parts of the country will exceed the number of beds they have for critical care over the next six weeks.
TV host Dr. Mehmet Oz touted a clinically unproven drug combination as a potential "treatment" for the coronavirus Monday on Fox & Friends—and less than an hour later the U.S. Surgeon General appeared to warn viewers against seeking dubious remedies.
The analysis by researchers at Columbia University shows that those with mild symptoms are spreading the disease the most.
Dr. Robert Hadden is accused of sexually assaulting as many as 70 women during medical appointments.
Deaths from injuries are a potential "hidden public health burden" of global warming, Robbie Parks of Imperial College told Newsweek.
"The burden of death due to firearm violence is a significant public health problem in the United States," wrote the authors of the study.
In 2015, an astrophysicist discovered that the star would undergo irregular dips in brightness over a period of days or weeks.
Three-foot telescope could be placed in an orbit over 220,000 miles from the surface of the planet.
"The public health consequences of these very contentious and media-driven discussions are more important than we knew," according to t recent study.
Being Machiavellian doesn't necessarily mean you're a "bad" person, a psychologist told Newsweek on the anniversary of the statesman and writer's birth.
Barnard said an independent investigator would be looking into the issue and that its safety protocols would be evaluated.
Broecker once said that by burning fossil fuels, we are "playing with an angry beast."
DAMN is the first hip-hop or contemporary music of any style to win the award.
The Columbia alumnus, who was accused of sexual assault, had filed the lawsuit more than two years ago.