In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons
HIROSHIMA, Japan — Nearly 71 years after an American bomber passed high above this Japanese city on a clear August morning for a mission that would alter history, President Obama on Friday called for an end to nuclear weapons in a solemn visit to ...
Sympathy for victims but no apology as Obama makes historic Hiroshima visit
A Survivor's Tale: How Hiroshima Shaped A Japanese-American Family
A Tour Guide's Thoughts on President Obama's Visit to Hiroshima
A Possible Cellphone Link to Cancer? A Rat Study Launches New Debate
A giant U.S. study meant to help decide whether cellphones cause cancer is coming back with confusing results. A report on the study, conducted in rats and mice, is not finished yet. But advocates pushing for more research got wind of the partial ...
NIH Experts Question Fed Study Linking Cell Phones to Tumors
Major Cell Phone Radiation Study Reignites Cancer Questions
Cell Phone-Cancer Link Seen in Rat Study
At 11, Nihar Janga went to the National Spelling Bee and emerged a co-champion
After an epic duel of word masters, an 11-year-old Texan and a 13-year-old New Yorker tied Thursday night in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, the third year in a row two victors shared the championship trophy. Crowd favorite Nihar Saireddy Janga, ...
The Spelling Bee remains America's most dramatic sporting event
You're Not Smarter Than This Fifth-Grader! 11-Year-Old Co-Champion Is Youngest-Ever National Spelling Bee Winner
'Feldenkrais' and 'gesellschaft': Another set of co-winners at Scripps National Spelling Bee
The superbug that doctors have been dreading just reached the US
For the first time, researchers have found a person in the United States carrying bacteria resistant to antibiotics of last resort, an alarming development that the top U.S. public health official says could mean “the end of the road” for antibiotics.
Superbugs threat grows more ominous in US
A Superbug Resistant to Last-Resort Drugs Hits US
Dreaded Superbug Found For First Time In US Patient -- A Physician's Perspective
Zika Fears Prompt 125 Public Health Experts to Call for Olympics to Be Moved From Rio
A group of 125 prominent scientists, doctors and medical ethicists released a letter calling for this summer's Olympic Games to be postponed or moved from Rio de Janeiro due to the ongoing Zika virus outbreak in Brazil. In a letter directed to World ...
Congress leaves town with no Zika resolution, lengthy negotiations ahead
To Kill Mosquitoes That Spread Zika, Strike Before They Fly
CDC Head Tom Frieden Delivers Emotional Plea For Zika Funding
Arizona hiker dies after 1000 bee stings
MESA, Ariz. — A 23-year-old Louisiana man died after being attacked by bees Thursday morning as he and a friend were hiking Usery Mountain Park, according to The Arizona Republic. A medical examination determined that the man, Alex Bestler, had ...
Hiker killed by a bee swarm in Arizona may have been the latest 'killer' bee victim
BREAKING – NCAA Charges Against Ole Miss Annouced
OXFORD, MS (WCBI) Ole Miss has released details on the NCA investigation into its athletics programs. OLE MIS LOGO. In a statement this morning Ole Miss admitted serious violations occurred and that action has already been taken in some instances.
Spotlight on Libertarian convention amid voter unease over Trump-Clinton race
In a confounding election season where voters hold deep reservations about the likely Republican and Democratic nominees, the third-party Libertarian ticket has a rare chance this year to be more than a footnote in the presidential race. And that ...
Libertarian Party set to pick nominee at convention
5 things the Libertarian Party stands for
Libertarian Party convention kicks off in Orlando
Rubio tweetshames Trump critics
Marco Rubio is putting critics of his pivot toward Donald Trump on notice one tweet at a time. After months on the trail as a presidential hopeful vying against Donald Trump and a host of others whose bids similarly fizzled, recent tweets from the ...
Rubio signals support for Trump
Donald Trump Encourages Marco Rubio to Run for Re-Election
Donald Trump changes tune on man who "couldn't get elected dog catcher in Florida"
Greek archaeologist claims he's found the tomb of Aristotle
Press of Atlantic City
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — A Greek archaeologist who excavated the birthplace of Aristotle in northern Greece in the 1990s says a destroyed structure he discovered may have been the tomb of the ancient philosopher and teacher of Alexander the Great ...