Gas prices are going up in New Jersey.
First-year medical students are some of the biggest hypochondriacs around. Bombarded with information about every disease under the sun, they start to imagine they have them all. In their minds, every mole is skin cancer. A nosebleed is surely a sign of a tumor. Headache? Must be skyrocketing blood pressure.
About 37 million Americans suffer from migraines, those incredibly painful and often debilitating headaches. Though they've been known to knock a person out, migraines weren't thought to permanently affect the brain -- until now. A study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology suggests that migraines may indeed leave a mark.
I have always romanticized the family ski vacation -- that's before I actually started skiing with my own children. What no one warns you about is that skiing with young kids can suck the relaxation right out of you.
CNN's Victor Blackwell talks to Wray Lynch, a homeowner whose family watched Hurricane Matthew hit their house via surveillance video.
Donald Trump and his economic team say the "overall unemployment rate" in America is really high at 9.7%. Sad!
Hurricane Matthew even shut down the Magic Kingdom.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that Russian and Syrian military strikes against civilians and medical facilities in Aleppo should be investigated as war crimes.
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Haiti had only just begun rebuilding from a devastating earthquake five years ago when Hurricane Matthew tore through the small Caribbean nation on Tuesday, killing hundreds in its path and inundating entire villages.
At least 264 people in Haiti have been killed by Hurricane Matthew, as officials in the country warned that the death toll will likely rise.
On the campaign trail, North Carolina Senate candidate Deborah Ross says she stands shoulder-to-shoulder with women victimized by sexual assault.
Donald Trump took the stage at a town hall here Thursday night and insisted the forum was not set up to help prepare him for Sunday's town hall-style debate against Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump took the stage Thursday inside a sweltering and crowded town hall here to take questions from a hand-picked group of supporters just days before he is set to participate in a town hall-style debate against Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump's campaign is canceling more than $1 million in television time slated for next week, slashing time as scrutiny increases over how Trump forces will finance the campaign's final advertising blitz.