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Maj. Mariam Al Mansouri, the United Arab Emirates' first female fighter pilot, led a strike mission this week against the terror group.
Cherice Moralez wasn't the type to wait for the storm to pass. She preferred to dance in the downpour.
Auliea Hanlon, Cherice Moralez's mother, says she's "floored" over the month sentence of her daughter's former teacher.
Those nations are joining more than 50 countries fighting ISIS. U.S. Defense Secretary Hagel warns it's just the beginning of the war.
In 2013, survivors of the Westgate shopping mall attack in Nairobi, Kenya, recounted the horror of the attack.
Chances are, you know someone whose child has been diagnosed with attention-deficit (hyperactivity) disorder. Perhaps you've received that news about yourself or your own child. In many cases, it's a legitimate issue and can require medication, therapy or both. But in my experience, ADHD is sometimes a diagnosis that can be mistakenly given based on a pattern of behavior, without appropriate understanding of the underlying biology.
Dharmesh Bulsara reflects on risking his life to save others during the 2013 Westgate mall attack in Nairobi, Kenya.
The FDA has sent warning letters to three companies who are selling products that claim to treat or cure Ebola.
A man beheaded a woman and stabbed another after a workplace dispute in Oklahoma, according to U.S. law enforcement.
Sen. Rand Paul castigated President Barack Obama on Friday for his use of executive action, arguing the President is an "arrogant" leader whose policies resemble those of an "autocrat."
Bigger and better than before -- that's the promise as the NFL International Series returns to London this weekend, and hopes are rising that Britain will one day have its own permanent franchise.
An element in beer improved brain function in mice. Most heart attacks in men are preventable. Peanut allergies may come from dry roasting, not the nut. You drink more when you exercise. And e-cigarettes may not help you quit after all in five studies you may have missed.
Airstrikes against ISIS militants are a "psychological operation," not a military one, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told CNN's Christiane Amanpour in an interview that aired Friday.
For his latest book, Doug Rickard snatches frames from uploaded cell phone videos. He searched for terms related 'to the broken elements of the American economic spectrum' and much of what he found involved predatory acts, with people being exploited for 'likes,' he said.