Some scientists offer an important reminder about cause and effect.
And yet, fewer lives are being lost with no increase in proportional economic losses.
Previously unreleased video shows Jerry Brown didn't have much time to react before Pasco County deputies shot and killed him.
What might learning to live with COVID-19 look like?
Benchmarks for determining accuracy of projections are set.
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Critics Say a Pair of California Antibody Studies Contain Critical Statistical Errors That Produced Implausible Results
Too many false positives, nonrandom study population, and infection fatality rates out of whack with other data, critics claim.
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Possible really good news from a population screening antibody test study in Santa Clara County, California
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Death data from New York State demonstrates a stark difference between the two contagious viruses
Social distancing and lockdowns today are why deaths from the two pandemics might be comparable.
A close look at the new study from Imperial College which models worst-case scenarios and makes the case for social distancing.
It's too early to tell, but there are reasons for (relative) optimism.
U.S. life expectancy peaked in 2014.
Pestilence, war, famine, and death are all on the decline.
The state's assisted suicide law goes into effect today.
The AG's report suggests Emantic Bradford was in the wrong for simply carrying a firearm.
No good deed goes unpunished.
Good news: The cancer death rate which stood in 1991 at 215 per 100,000 people has dropped in 2016 to 156 per 100,000 people.
Benjamin Davis III wasn't issued a ticket or citation. But he says police had his car towed anyway.
Meanwhile, the officers involved can't get their stories straight.
Emantic Bradford Jr. may have had a gun. But he didn't deserve to die.
James Fields' defense team reportedly plans to argue self-defense.
This might be the first time a Nashville police officer has been charged for an on-duty shooting.