Andrea Minichini immediately regretted making a life-altering decision to abort her baby. But one doctor helped her reverse the effects of the abortive pill and helped save her baby.
Cyber security experts say it takes only moments for hackers to gain your personal and financial information, and the best way to protect your information is to assume it's always at risk.
Since Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's re-election win, tensions have grown with Washington and beyond. Now a surprise move by the Virginia Bar Association to cancel a trip to Israel is raising questions.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence wants clarification that a new religious freedom law does not allow discrimination. He is calling for it to be on his desk by the end of the week.
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The party of former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari is celebrating their candidate's victory in Nigeria's presidential election.
Many Christian scholars say tthe "train up a child in a way he should go and he will not depart from it," verse is often taken out of context. So what does it mean?
If you want to keep your mind in good shape as you get older, try eating leafy green vegetables every day.
National Geographic's latest cover story has generated lots of attention because it sneers at those close-minded Americans - mostly conservatives, of course - who do not accept scientific facts.