CDC Study Finds Airlines Should Leave Middle Seat Empty To Reduce COVID SpreadThe study found that the spread of COVID-19 was reduced by anywhere from 23% to 57% when airlines left the middle seat vacant, compared to when they operated at full capacity.
Zoo Miami Helps Discover A Brand New Spider Species In MiamiMiami already has invasive snakes and iguanas and now it has a brand new species of spider, and it’s a large spider too.
How Can You Tell The Difference Between COVID And Spring Allergy Symptoms?We are here to help you spot the differences between allergies and COVID-19 and highlight a common deterrent for both of them.
Moderna Starts COVID Vaccine Study For Children Under 12The study, called kidCOVE, is expected to enroll 6,750 healthy children in the U.S. and Canada.
'I Set Up A Studio In My Garage': Texas Woman Recalls Losing Nearly $200,000 To Bruno Mars ImposterA Texas woman is speaking out for the first time about the romance scam involving a Bruno Mars imposter that cost her close to $200,000.
Driver Crashes Into River While Singing 'Happy Birthday' On Phone, Rescued By FedEx DriverA FedEx driver braved freezing cold water to save a woman who lost control of her car and crashed into a river in California on Monday.
Bill Would Require California Retailers To Have Gender-Neutral Sections; Violators Face FinesRetail stores in California may be required to maintain gender-neutral sections for clothes, toys and childcare articles under a new proposal from a Bay Area lawmaker.
Derek Chauvin Case: Appeals Court To Hear Arguments On Reinstating 3rd-Degree Murder ChargeThe Minnesota Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments Monday afternoon on whether or not to reinstate a third-degree murder charge against Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
COVID Vaccine May Create 'Terminator'-Type Antibody Response In People Who Have Had CoronavirusCBS Denver Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida shared his advice about the new questions being raised concerning whether or not people who've had COVID-19 need two doses of the vaccines.
Federal Judge Indefinitely Blocks Biden Administration's 100-day Moratorium On Most DeportationsTexas' Republican attorney general argued that the deportation freeze violated immigration law and a legal agreement the state brokered with the Trump administration before Mr. Biden took office.
After Floor Routine Set To Her Songs Goes Viral, Janet Jackson Requests Tumbling Lessons From UCLA Gymnast Margzetta FrazierWhen Margzetta Frazier took the floor against BYU on Feb. 10, her routine was set to a medley of Janet Jackson songs – and the pop icon took notice in a big way.
Buffalo Bill’s Home In ‘The Silence Of The Lambs’ Will Soon Be Open To Overnight GuestsThe iconic 100-year-old home of "Buffalo Bill" from the movie "The Silence Of The Lambs" went up for sale recently, but wasn't on the market for long. Now it will be open to anyone who thinks they can stomach an evening there.
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Not Returning To Royal Duties“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have confirmed to Her Majesty The Queen that they will not be returning as working members of the royal family.”
Report: Arsenic, Lead, Toxic Metals Exist In Some Baby Food Including Gerber, Walmart, Beech-Nut BrandsA recent congressional report reveals that ingredients in many baby foods contain dangerously high levels of heavy metals such as arsenic, lead, and cadmium.
Judge Won't Issue Arrest Warrant Or Increase Bail For Kyle Rittenhouse For Failing To Notify Court Of New AddressA judge ordered Rittenhouse's attorney to inform the court clerk of his new home address, which will be shared with the Kenosha County Sheriff's office, but otherwise be kept secret, even from prosecutors.