4 hrs ago | WNYC-AM New York
Great Britain is in the midst of a measles epidemic, one that public health officials say is the result of parents refusing to vaccinate their children after a safety scare that was later proved to be fraudulent.
4 hrs ago | WATE-TV Knoxville
This time "you're fired" is more than a Donald Trump catchphrase. Fox is turning the firing of real people from real jobs into prime-time entertainment starting this week.
5 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Even as attempts to enact sensible gun safety legislation at the national level remain stalled and states like Missouri pass constitutionally-questionable measures to nullify all federal gun control laws, California continues to lead in the effort to stem the U.S. epidemic of gun violence.
9 hrs ago | Fairfax Times
Caitlin Acosta, 24, said her life spun out of control after she took a bottle of prescription drugs out of her parents' medicine cabinet when she was in seventh grade.
10 hrs ago | Air & Space
The slopes of Alaska's Gastineau Channel framed the single-engine Cessna 172RG Cutlass on descent into Juneau on the clear afternoon of May 30, 1998.
Most Americans, even those hired by big corporations, do not earn enough to pay a decent apartment, buy needed fruits, pay their bills or take a four weeks' vacation.
This weekend was transformative, to say the least. Certainly for me, but even for the hundreds of soldiers in the Ohio Army National Guard Battalion 1-174th, who tossed the sexual assault and prevention training manual out the window and instead chose to play THE INVISIBLE WAR during their mandatory annual training.
Staggering statistics from the United States Office on Violence against Women claim a woman is assaulted or beaten every nine seconds.
This week's Retro Report video on "crack babies" lays out how limited scientific studies in the 1980s led to predictions that a generation of children would be damaged for life.
Please don't feel sorry for the person I'm about to tell you about. Peter, a long-time friend and business associate recently sold his company, and life has not been easy for him.
The number of measles cases in Swansea and Powys has risen by 20, bringing the total to 1,125, public health officials have said.
This undated file image released by the British Health Protection Agency shows an electron microscope image of a coronavirus, part of a family of viruses that cause ailments including the common cold and Sars, which was first identified last year in the Middle East.
The decade-old law that transformed the battle against HIV and AIDS in developing countries is at a crossroads.
Prescription painkiller abuse is rampant in South Carolina, but there's no statewide effort to combat it, the state inspector general said Monday.
Antibiotic resistant superbugs are on the rise in hospitals. A new "superbug zapper" is being used at UCLA Medical Center.
There has been a rising epidemic sweeping America and victimizing persons who choose to have a "bully breed" dog as their companion animal.
Caseworkers helped 50% of HIV-positive people in New York City who had dropped out of care re-engage with HIV medical care, investigators report in the online edition of AIDS .