Sen. Kelly Ayotte believes the Secret Service needs an independent review to carry on successfully.
Under the Knife: Performing repetitive hand movements like typing or sewing can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. When medication or other treatments don’t provide relief, carpal tunnel release surgery may be necessary. Dr. Manny goes into the operating room to show us exactly how it’s done
“If we wait longer and the baby is too big, then we may have to do a C-section,” Tina Klonaris-Robinson remembers her doctor explaining.
From little white lies to complete fabrications, we all bend the truth.
A military agreement with the Philippines and easing an arms embargo against Vietnam show the Obama administration wants deeper security ties with Asia, even as turmoil in the Mideast has undermined its hope of making Asia the heart of its foreign policy.
The ObamaCare exchanges that opened for business last fall to disastrous consequence are expected to be largely improved with better technology and more insurance plans when they re-open next month, but critics are still raising concerns about consumer costs and choices.
South Korea's president is cracking down on rumors in cyberspace in a campaign that threatens the popularity of Kakao Talk, the leading social media service in a country with ambitions to become a global technology leader.
A Massachusetts doctor who was successfully treated for the Ebola virus last month was hospitalized again Saturday with what doctors believe to be a respiratory ailment.
Rep. Ralph Hall, R-Texas, the oldest serving member of Congress at age 91, was in stable condition following a car accident that hospitalized him Saturday.
The head of the CDC said Saturday that imposing a travel ban between the U.S. and West African countries dealing with the Ebola virus could worsen the outbreak that has killed over 3,000 people in five countries.