The lavish spending of top officials rarely makes headlines anymore, but that doesn’t mean the problem has gone away. It would have been easy to miss the stories late last week, what with a trade war progress,
The world's love affair with coffee will likely never wane, unless someone figures out how to serve hot, steaming ice cream as a morning beverage. Studies abound on the benefits of drinking java, so much
Eat well, exercise often and don't take some of those vitamins, the World Health Organization said in newly released guidelines on how to reduce risk of dementia. With dementia already affecting 50 million
The Trump administration is goading Iran into a conflict, and no one should expect Iran to back down Donald Trump is doing everything possible to provoke a conflict with Iran while making it look like
The Trump administration formally declared its opposition to the entire Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, arguing in a federal appeals court filing that the signature Obama-era legislation was unconstitutional
A new Los Angeles program helps find missing seniors suffering from dementia or autism, with the use of electronic monitoring bracelets. More than 250 residents in L.A. County have been given the devices
WASHINGTON — North Korea billed the Trump administration $2 million for the medical care of Otto F. Warmbier, an imprisoned American student who had fallen into a coma, before agreeing to release him 2017.
Since 2008, the share of the U.S. population age 65 and older has steadily increased –now reaching over 15% of the total population. This number is projected to continue to climb as more and more baby
Veterans are often sought out by schools with low graduation and job-placement rates because of their access to federal aid. WASHINGTON — Eric Dean made a career of calling military veterans to urge them
Diet & Fitness If you can do this simple test, it's a good sign of your exercise capacity. If not, you may need to exercise more. Dec. 6, 2018, 1:00 PM GMT / Updated April 11, 2019, 7:57 PM GMT / Source:
Active shooter drills are scaring kids and may not protect them. Some schools are taking a new approach.
From calling them "buddy room drills" to making school psychologists available during the exercises, schools are trying to protect students — physically and mentally. Heidi Lee Pottinger’s 5-year-old was
On May 15, 2018, under a sunny sky, Russian President Vladimir Putin drove a bright orange truck in a convoy of construction vehicles for the opening of the Kerch Bridge from Russia to Crimea. At 11 miles
Illinois lawmakers have moved forward a bill that would require presidential candidates — including Donald Trump — to release their tax returns to appear on the state's 2020 ballot. The state senate passed
Congress is set to make it illegal for the IRS to create free tax preparation software, software that could save millions of Americans from wasting their money on TurboTax, H&R Block, and other tax preparers