Health news Desperate for rest in a frenzied world, at least 8.6 million Americans take prescription sleeping pills to catch some Zzzs, according to the first federal health study to focus on actual use.
In his first interview since declaring himself a "vicious alcoholic" on the "verge of dying," former heavyweight champion boxer Mike Tyson opened up about his battles staying sober. "I won't survive if
There's no question that dealing with mortgages, car payments and other bills takes up time and energy. But having a tight budget may also zap our ability to think clearly, scientists report Thursday the
A more laid-back stance by the federal government on marijuana could mean that the country is going to pot -- literally Marijuana movements already simmering across the country could get a big boost from
While the world waits to see whether the United States will respond with military force to the suspected use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government against its own citizens, defense officials have
Beautifully preserved mosaics unearthed in a fifth-century Israeli synagogue have intrigued religious scholars with their depictions of both Biblical and possibly non-Biblical figures. The stunning artwork
AMSTERDAM, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Fully assessing the evidence collected by weapons inspectors investigating last week's alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria could take up to three weeks, the organisation
In a case that ruffled feathers in Egypt, authorities have detained a migratory bird that a citizen suspected of being a spy. A man in Egypt's Qena governorate found the suspicious bird among four others