US officials are scrambling to deal with the potential spread of the virus, and some fear that the anti-abortion political climate will make things more complicated for pregnant women who want to be tested for it.
Matthew de Grood's defence is expected to argue he was not criminally responsible for the 2014 slayings.
The FBI says it caught a terrorist trying to blow up a synagogue on the outskirts of Miami—but the FBI supplied the bomb as part of an undercover operation.
Facing mischief charges in a British Columbia court today, Brooklyn Fink shares her side of the story.
A new poll is just the latest piece of evidence that while everyone hates Obamacare, the idea of letting the government take over health insurance is actually pretty popular.
Melbourne-based scientists have identified stress-resistant corals that could be potentially bred and moved into areas affected by bleaching.
She apparently didn't want to go to school anymore.
World powers and organizations including the EU and the Arab League are meeting to attempt to restart peace talks—while in Syria, there are fears a besieged town is about to be attacked.
This morning, it's revealed the government is losing out on $28 billion in annual tax revenue by keeping medical weed illegal, world powers agree to arm Libya to help it fight ISIS, Twitter will loosen its 140 character limit, and more.
"There's no doubt that capitalism has moved the ball forward as far as marijuana legalization goes."
The real-estate mogul's presumptive presidential nomination has left a growing faction of conservatives without a natural political home in 2016.
Apparently Whole Foods's $100,000 lawsuit made Pastor Jordan Brown second-guess his hoax.
Campers say they've got nowhere to go, and a British Columbia Supreme Court judge recently agreed—at least temporarily.
In a new video, Ted Cruz got emotional about his "regret-free campaign" and all but announced that he's going to run for president again as soon as he possibly can.
Is it hot in here or what? The answer is a resounding and scientifically backed-up "yes."
Also revealed: the army's links to a controversial mining company.
Royal College of Midwives CEO Cathy Warwick is facing calls to resign as a evangelical lobby group tears into the leading midwifery organization's support for decriminalizing abortion.
"In order to get people to listen to you around here, you actually have to tell them you're the damn devil."
The new dick will be fully functional pee-wise in the next couple of weeks, and ready for sex within a few months.
This month's FOIA should serve as a cautionary note to activists using Twitter and other social media to promote their causes.
Bill Clinton is getting an economic role, some eco-warriors got arrested, the Colombian police have seized their largest ever drugs haul, and more.
The Chinese defense ministry has condemned the report as a deliberate distortion that exaggerates Chinese military activity in the hotly contested South China Sea.
Peachy Printer was going to create a 3D printer, until one of the founders allegedly used part of the crowdfunded money to build his own house.
They allegedly fired shotguns, left behind beer cans and a pair of boxer shorts, vomited, and went skinny-dipping in the fish's habitat near Death Valley National Park in Nevada.