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Two men who had hoped they might be cured of an HIV infection after getting bone marrow transplants for cancer got some bad news, doctors said Monday. The virus has come back.
GRAPHIC WARNING: Contains images which some viewers may find disturbing. Christian and Muslim mobs went on lynching sprees on Monday as French forces began disarming fighters in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic.
LONDON -- A record number of British retirees are receiving hospital treatment after taking recreational drugs like cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines according to a new report.
The parents of a toddler with autism are devastated and vowing to fight their community’s decision to ban residents from raising backyard chickens.Ashleigh and Joe Hart say their son J.J. used to stare off into space, barely speak and have temper tantrums.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said on Monday he would enter talks to end anti-government protests that have paralyzed the country for weeks.
A who’s who of international dignitaries descended on South Africa Monday to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela.Around 90 world leaders, including President Barack Obama, Great Britain’s David Cameron and Cuba’s Raul Castro were expected to attend memorial ceremonies over the next week.
Carrie Underwood, who played Maria on NBC's live production of "The Sound of Music," is responding in a gentle manner to detractors of her portrayal of Maria, the iconic role made famous by Julie Andrews in 1965.
JOHANNESBURG - From political posters to bottles of wine and kitchen aprons, the face and name of Nelson Mandela are a potent commercial and political brand in South Africa. Little wonder it's so sought after - and the source of occasional squabbles.
SOWETO, South Africa - The messages are simple but profound.“I love you,” Dineo Pilane, 9, wrote on a wall of remembrances next to the Nelson Mandela family home and museum on Vilikazi Street.“Thank You,” wrote Mpho, 8.
This is the dramatic moment showing the once-powerful uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un being hauled away by police from a political meeting.
Finding a way to give to every name on your list this holiday season can be a challenge, especially on the tight budgets that accompany a tough economy.
While Americans were busy "Liking" each other's pet photos, Facebook was working behind the scenes, counting and ranking how many times users mentioned the year's most prominent people, places and events. Today, Facebook officially unveiled its 2013 Year in Review.
Don’t sleep on the economy when it comes to 2014… An improving economy could benefit a lot of incumbents, Democratic or Republican… But has the economy really turned a corner?
A man who dozed off during a connecting flight Friday was not dreaming when he woke to find himself alone and locked in a darkened cabin.Tom Wagner, a Louisiana boat captain, nodded off on a flight from Lafayette, La.
It's not just the wealthiest 1 percent. Fully 20 percent of U.S. adults become rich for parts of their lives, wielding outsize influence on America's economy and politics. This little-known group may pose the biggest barrier to reducing the nation's income inequality. The growing numbers of the U.S.
Thousands turned out over the weekend for fan-organized tributes dedicated to Paul Walker, honoring the "Fast & Furious" actor who died in a car crash with his friend Roger Rodas on Nov. 30.
They’ve never met her, but inspired by a parent’s simple appeal online, strangers around the world are reaching out to a little girl to let her know she’s not alone, she’s special and she’s loved.It’s all for Gabbie, a 7-year-old girl from Greenwood, Ind., who has a hard time fitting in at school.
What do the president of Syria, Pope Francis and Tea Party darling Ted Cruz have in common with Miley Cyrus and Edward Snowden, the American fugitive who leaked thousands of classified documents to the press?