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  • Sharp rise in brain injuries from Iran raid on US base

    President Trump initially said no US troops were injured in the Iranian attack on US bases in Iraq.

    BBC News
  • The coronavirus death toll is still rising, but US interest in the outbreak is plummeting

    Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images Google Trends data show that Americans are losing interest in the coronavirus, even though the death toll continues to rise in mainland China and other countries.  The World Health Organization said Monday that the epidemic peaked and plateaued in China between January 23 and February 2. Cases have been reported in 34 countries outside of China, with the most severe outbreaks in Italy, Iran and South Korea. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...

    Business Insider
  • More than 100 US troops suffered traumatic brain injuries in Iran strike

    More than 100 US troops have now been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries from Iran’s missile attack on a base in Iraq last month, the Pentagon announced Monday. There are now 109 cases, up from the 64 reported in late January, officials said. Seventy-six of the service members who suffered traumatic brain injuries, or TBI,

    New York Post
  • Winter storm brings snow, 1 death and injuries across US

    A powerful winter storm is delivering severe weather across the Deep South after dropping snow along the Mexican border and paying a violent visit to New Orleans

    ABC News