Will 2016 go down as one of the worst years in history? a glance at the news might make you think so. Last week’s grotesque murder of the 85-year-old Normandy priest, Father Jacques Hamel, came hard on
• Facebook • Twitter How do you reduce the number of highway accidents? Just tell all the cars to look out for each other. As far out as that may sound, that's exactly what the National Transportation
The second juror from the George Zimmerman trial to speak publicly told ABC's Robin Roberts on Thursday that she thought Zimmerman was guilty and that he "got away with murder." Juror B-29, the sole minority
The financial crisis in Greece has devastated the country's manufacturing sector, which has lost more than 30 percent of its jobs in the past three years. But at one factory in an industrial center in
"We are small people. What can we really do about this?" asks Surendra Prasad, perched on the steps outside the Patna Medical College and Hospital in the state capital of Bihar in eastern India. Inside,
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The battle over who should decide to prosecute sex crimes in the military — lawyers or commanders — has exposed a rift among Senate Democrats on the Armed Services Committee with high stakes for the Pentagon.
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It seems like the Midwest is a hotbed for medical mysteries these days. Earlier this week, scientists traced a brand-new virus to ticks in Missouri. Now disease detectives are hot on the trail of another
A grand experiment in letting parents seize control of their neighborhood schools is unfolding in an impoverished Mojave Desert town — and lawmakers as far away as Pennsylvania, Florida and Michigan are
(Reuters) - Barnaby Jack, a celebrated computer hacker who could force a bank ATM to spit out cash and sparked safety improvements in medical devices, has died in San Francisco. The San Francisco Medical