(JACKSON, Miss.) -- Mississippi health officials are urging expectant mothers to get vaccinated after a "significant" number of COVID-19 fatalities in pregnant women during the state's delta surge. The state health department is investigating eight reports of pregnant women who died from COVID-19 in the... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As COVID-19 infections surge again in the U.S., health officials are warning of a concerning uptick in pediatric cases and hospitalizations across the country, just as many children head back to the classroom. With more than 48 million children under 12 still... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden spoke to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the fourth time in a week, calling Israel's long-serving leader on Wednesday to say he "expected a significant de-escalation today on the path to a ceasefire," according to the White House. Netanyahu has... Read More.
(DUBLIN) -- Ireland’s health care system was hit by a major ransomware attack on Friday, forcing its health service to shut down its IT systems, which affected some hospitals. Ireland’s Health Service executive said it had taken many of its major IT systems offline as... Read More.
CIA Director William Burns told lawmakers Wednesday that the departure of American troops from Afghanistan will leave a "significant risk" of terrorism resurgence in the region -- a sobering assessment from the spy chief just hours before President Joe Biden planned to formally announce... Read More.
By CLARK BENTSON, ABC News(VATICAN CITY) -- When the pontiff touches down in Baghdad on Friday, it will be the culmination of a Vatican trip decades in the planning.Pope Francis will be the first pope to ever visit... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN and KELLY MCCARTHY, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Some popular baby foods contain "significant" levels of toxic heavy metals that have the potential to harm babies' neurological development, according to a new report by a U.S. House Oversight subcommittee.
By ZOE MAGEE and KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News(LONDON) -- Prince Harry has ended his libel case against a U.K. tabloid that quoted a top British general as saying Harry was not taking his military responsibilities seriously.Harry, the Duke... Read More.
BY: AARON KATERSKY, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- After largely controlling the coronavirus through the summer, New York City health officials warned Wednesday of troubling spikes in cases in six neighborhoods across Brooklyn and Queens that they said “are cause for... Read More.