"They are happy because [there's] no disease for them and no children get sick," explains 52-year-old Jacob Mmali referring to the two elders from his village who stand beside him. The three Maasai men are from the indigenous tribe of the same name and reside in the small village of Enguiki, in the region of Arusha in North-Eastern Tanzania. Diseases such as measles once plagued their community. But not anymore.
An art enthusiast paid $5,212 in 2013 at a London auction for a painting of an 19th-century English landscape.
Ryan Ferguson spent 10 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Now he's out. And thanks to a benefactor, he's received a free trip to the game with his dad.
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Highlights of proposals in the $4 trillion budget for 2016 that President Barack Obama sends to Congress on Monday: — A six-year, $478 billion public works program for highway, bridge and transit upgrades.
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It's an unseasonably warm day in Oakland, California, a perfect morning for Jennifer and Dave Simon to take their baby, Livia, out for a walk. But her stroller sits idle, and Livia is stuck inside the house -- as she has been for nearly a month.
For many kids, a trip to Disneyland is a dream come true. But for some of those kids and their families who visited "the happiest place on Earth" a few weeks ago, that dream has become a nightmare. In the past month, 36 people have come down with measles traced to an exposure at the theme park, including five employees of Disneyland.
Each year, on average, about 60 people in the United States are reported to have measles, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Portions on I-80 near Lincoln, Nebraska, were shut down Sunday due to tough weather conditions. More heavy snow and strong winds are expected into the evening.
President Obama will on Monday give Congress his $4 trillion spending plan for fiscal 2016 that includes a request for billions of dollars in much-need public works projects -- an idea that has bipartisan support but little backing for the proposed tax increases to fund such efforts.