(PIMA COUNTY, Ariz.) -- Ely Ortiz is used to receiving heartbreaking phone calls. But Ortiz, the president of Aguilas del Desierto, or Desert Eagles, a volunteer-run organization that conducts search and rescue missions for migrants who are believed to be missing or dead, still remembers... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- On Monday, the crash of Facebook and the company's apps threw the Internet into disarray and plunged billions of users into digital darkness. The outage illustrated how essential Facebook's services have become as well as the risks of its dominance, particularly... Read More.
(NEW YORK) — The United Nations Human Rights chief on Wednesday called for a moratorium on the sale of and use of artificial intelligence technology that poses human rights risks -- including the state use of facial recognition software -- until adequate safeguards are... Read More.
(TUCSON, Ariz.) -- A family of colorless and tasteless man-made chemicals -- largely unregulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency -- has become a growing concern for drinking water safety in thousands of American communities, as scientists increasingly see links to liver damage, high... Read More.
(ATLANTA) -- The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are safe for teens and young adults despite 323 confirmed cases of heart inflammation out of the more than 26 million young people who have received the shots, the nation's leading health experts concluded Wednesday. The move comes... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Joshua Smith, an 18-year-old former high school baseball player who beat the coronavirus back in May, doesn't particularly fear it, but he does fear side effects from the vaccine -- and he doesn't trust most sources that tell him otherwise. What he... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration have lifted a 10-day pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, but will issue a fact sheet to medical providers warning them of the potential for extremely rare but serious... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Three million Americans are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 every day and half the country has received at least one shot. Cases of the deadly virus are well below peak levels. Doctors and scientists agree that, at least for the foreseeable future, indoor... Read More.
BY: STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky on Monday defended her agency's decision not to endorse travel for vaccinated Americans, saying that, even as the CDC says they can socially gather without masks,... Read More.
By JORDYN PHELPS, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Even as President Donald Trump remained infected with the novel coronavirus and contagious, he returned to the Oval Office Wednesday, disregarding isolation rules and putting staffers at increased risk.White House chief of... Read More.
BY: DR. JAY BHATT, DR. MARK ABDELMALEK, LUCIEN BRUGGEMAN AND SASHA PEZENIK, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) -- With unlimited access to resources and the nation's finest physicians by his side, President Donald Trump may reasonably expect to be treated with a higher level of... Read More.