Researchers detect malaria resistant to key drug in Africa
LONDON - Scientists have found evidence of a resistant form of malaria in Uganda, a worrying sign that the top drug used against the parasitic disease could ultimately be rendered useless without more action to stop its spread.
Tunisia's president to ignore parts of the constitution and rule by decree
Tunisia's president Kais Saied has declared that he will rule by decree and ignore parts of the constitution as he prepares to change the political system, prompting immediate opposition from rivals.
Real Madrid 6-1 Real Mallorca: Asensio hat-trick sends Ancelottis men back into top spot - Soccer News
Marco Asensio scored a hat-trick against former club Real Mallorca to help Real Madrid to a 6-1 win that lifted them back above Atletico Madrid at the top of LaLiga.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford defends recent disappearance from public life | CBC News
Ontario Premier Doug Ford defended his recent absence from public life on Wednesday when he spoke to reporters at his first news conference in three weeks.
Kirill Kaprizov signs a five year deal with Minnesota Wild
After much deliberating, Kirill Kaprizov signed a five-year deal with the Minnesota Wild last night! It took awhile, but the team and the player finally came to a conclusion after rumors that he would play in the KHL.
Maple Leafs open training camp eager to move past playoff failures | CBC Sports
Kyle Dubas heard the outside noise clamouring for off-season change.
11 men sentenced for kidnap and gang-rape of Moroccan girl
Eleven men accused of kidnapping and gang-raping a Moroccan teenager have been each sentenced to 20 years in prison, the victim's lawyer said on Wednesday, in a case that stirred national outrage.
Unvaccinated but masked students no longer have to quarantine; COVID testing becomes weekly in NYC schools
Mayor de Blasio announced significant changes to school quarantine and testing policies. But entire elementary school classrooms may still have to quarantine if a teacher tests positive.
Nurses are leaving the profession, and it may be difficult to replace them
But the global pandemic has only worsened problems that have long existed within the nursing profession - in particular, widespread stress and burnout, health and safety issues, depression and work-related post-traumatic stress disorder, and even increased risk of suicide.
Former defense secretary Jim Mattis testifies about his time on Theranos board during Elizabeth Holmes trial
SAN JOSE - Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis took the stand Wednesday at the fraud trial of entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes, saying he was under the impression for years that Theranos was capable of running thousands of tests on its own devices.