FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — Two of the West African nations hardest hit by Ebola were bracing for new caseloads on Monday after trying to outflank the outbreak with a nationwide checkup and a large new clinic.
Manuel Garcia Viejo, a Spanish priest who was diagnosed with Ebola while working in Sierra Leone, is transferred from a military plane to an ambulance as he leaves the Torrejon de Ardoz military airbase in Spain.
NEW YORK (AP) — Ice in Arctic seas shrank this summer to the sixth lowest level in 36 years of monitoring.
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Global emissions of greenhouse gases jumped 2.3 percent in 2013 to record levels, scientists reported Sunday, in the latest indication that the world remains far off track in its efforts to control global warming.
HERMOSILLO, Mexico — Authorities have issued a new alert of a river spill from the $1 billion-a-year Buenavista copper mine operated by Grupo Mexico.
Opponents wonder if Hudbay is seeking to expand the proposed mine.
UA entomologists can identify pests and introduce you to new insects.
The donation is from the estate of philanthropist Agnese Nelms Haury.
The black-white racial discrepancy is actually an improvement from the 1990s, the researchers wrote.
A police vehicle driven by San Diego County Deputy Sheriff Ben Chassen reads the license plates of cars in a parking lot Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, in San Marcos, Calif. A San Diego man is suing the San Diego Association of Governments for records collected on his vehicle by a plate-reader n…
A study showed 7 in 10 law enforcement agencies used license plate scanners in 2012. That number is growing.
Made in Space engineer Brad Kohlenberg eyes a 3-D printer identical to the one that will travel to the International Space Station, allowing astronauts to crank out plastic spare parts.
Syphilis cases in Pima County have sharply risen this year, and in response, local health officials are offering free confidential testing through the end of October.
Annual awards honor sometimes inane, yet often surprisingly practical, scientific discoveries.
Cal Fire strike crews battle the King Fire east of Sacramento, California, where some 33 acres of timber and brush have burned and more than 1,600 structures are threatened.
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The third annual Chinese Culture Festival will focus on health and wellness.
Tucson hospitals lacked specialized pediatric care to treat daughter's rare brain condition.
People gawk at a man suspected of suffering from the Ebola virus in Monrovia, Liberia. Sierra Leone and Guinea also have victims.
A worker helps monitor water pumping pressure and temperature at a hydraulic fracturing and extraction site in western Colorado.