A new lawsuit raises a lot of questions about what exactly is in the stuff we put in our faces every morning.
Thai authorities want drunk drivers to "feel the pain, so that they may understand and attain a good conscience."
Can the microbes just decide to rise up and destroy us?
We spoke with correspondent Danny Gold about the psychological effects of reporting on a deadly epidemic, and if the world will be better prepared for the next one.
A trial in Guinea resulted in no new cases among vaccinated individuals, despite their close proximity to people infected with Ebola.
Local authorities in Roka, where 233 people have recently tested positive for HIV, blame an unlicensed doctor who may have spread the disease by using dirty needles.
How do you steal 100 brains? The logistics alone boggle the mind.
The disease was once confined to rural villages but has now spread to the impoverished nation's capital.
After a string of brilliant and public performance comedy sketches, Rob Ford, Toronto's 64th mayor, has been removed from office.
Recently, Heather plunged herself headfirst into the murky world of vaginoplasty, or "voluntarily having a plastic surgeon chop off your labia."
Minnie Keusch was born in Detroit in 1859. At 17 she contracted typhoid fever, was certified dead, and was sealed in her coffin.
Hypnagogia: It's the phenomenon of experiencing very real and quite often terrifying dreamlike sensations while falling asleep or waking up.