COVID-19 has caused the "mother of all outbreaks over the last hundred years," said Fauci, a leading expert in infectious diseases.
The loss of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who graduated from Columbia law school, left only graduates from Harvard and Yale on the Supreme Court.
The promotion of hydroxychloroquine will not save lives.
This summer, don't complain about the humidity: it appears to help the lungs and immune system repel invading viruses and keep them from replicating.
The federal dragnet is so massive that investigators have given the case the code name "Lurking Giants."
President Donald Trump's mental health is not being taken seriously enough by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and he should be submitted for an "involuntary" psychiatric evaluation, a Yale psychiatrist warns.
Experts hope the technology could help patients with conditions such as diabetes.
A researcher told Newsweek: "If we really want to live in a meritocracy, we need to start having a conversation about what that actually would look like."
The discovery of the graffiti also coincided with the undergraduate college's family weekend.
"There are specific brain mechanisms that get activated when we expose ourselves to specific type of foods," study leader Sabrina Diano said.
The professor allegedly made students share a bedroom with him while they were working at a facility in St. Kitts.
A poll released by Fox News last October showed that the majority of Americans approved of the Affordable Care Act, despite Republican efforts to repeal the legislation.
"I don't see litigation as the route to preventing this from happening again."
The scandal has touched each coast, Hollywood celebrities, college athletics coaches and even students who "worked hard" but didn't get into prestigious universities.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh earned second place with his defense of his high school drinking habits.
The president was likely referring to a state ethics investigation that Gillum has been entangled in over potentially accepting unreported gifts that were worth more than $100 during trips to New York and Costa Rica in 2016.
Guess who has a neuroscience Ph.D.
Trump's embattled Supreme Court nominee got into a fight after a UB40 concert in 1985.
Brett Kavanaugh's aggressive behavior while drunk once led to a friend being arrested, one of his former Yale classmates claimed.
"I have no connections there. I got there by busting my tail," the justice said while under oath.
"I was witness to the night that he got tapped into that fraternity, and he was stumbling drunk in a ridiculous costume saying really dumb things," Lynne Brookes said.
Over 400 Yale community members protested Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in Washington, D.C., on Monday, with 300 more students and alumni protesting on campus.
The Truth and Courage, or TNC, society has since disbanded.
Without an investigation, Kavanaugh's confirmation would undermine the public's faith in the Supreme Court, according to the open letter.
Dr. Bandy Lee also said staff from inside the White House contacted her to say President Trump was "unraveling."
Kavanaugh was praised by Yale Law School, from which he graduated in 1990.