The so-called "Friendly" insects, designed to naturally suppress yellow fever mosquito numbers in the U.S., have been approved for release in the Florida Keys.
The Harahan Police Department's faux Facebook post was an "attempt at humor."
We're totally unprepared to address what comes next.
Early cases of the virus were different from those today.
More than 2,000 babies in Brazil have birth defects associated with Zika.
Climate change is partly to blame, but it’s not the whole story.
The threat of Zika virus was a major concern at the 2016 Rio Olympics. But new research shows that it was other diseases that came back.
It used to be a fairly harmless illness.
Zika's most damaging quality could be weaponized against brain tumor cells.
The Dallas Mavericks owner wades into a growing debate over rights to taxpayer-funded pharmaceutical research.