Health officials say 80 percent of people infected with West Nile display no symptoms.
Delaware Division of Public Health officials say last year, only 57 cases in the area were reported.
Wineries typically use two-barrel racks to hold barrels, stacking them up to five or six high, well overhead.
Republicans had urged state leaders not to appeal the ruling and criticized the Democratic governor's decision Friday.
7.1 million Americans were employed in construction last year — and only 2.6 percent were women.
As many as 12,000 foreigners have gone to Syria to fight the government of Bashar Assad. Many have joined extremist groups, including the al…
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Obama says to strengthen the modern middle class, the U.S. must raise its minimum wage.
The study involved nearly 8,500 people and was stopped early once independent monitors saw the Novartis drug was better.
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Yeakel, however, concluded the intent was only to "close existing licensed abortion clinics."
Judge Lee Yeakel on Friday sided with abortion clinics that challenged one of the most disputed measures of a sweeping anti-abortion bill.
That's 13 inches longer than the organization's previous world record American alligator, which had been killed in Texas.
The suppler didn't keep the ingredient stored in accordance with its temperature standards.
Frustrated immigration advocates must decide whether to pressure the president publicly to take action, or remain patient.
"For animal data, it's extremely impressive," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Five children are safe with their families after their daycare transport vehicle was stolen with them inside.
"I want to apologize to the citizens of Boulder, and I'm asking the court to allow me the chance to repair the damage that I've caused," he …
Investigators said the jet hit the ground at high speed, leaving a deep crater and a large debris field in a heavily wooded area.
U.S. District Judge Susan Watters described Robert Farrell Armstrong as a long-time criminal and a danger to society.