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He was an addict, and selling the drugs led him and his new wife to a life on the run.
Because of an early childhood illness, 12-year-old Oleg lost 80 percent of his hearing.
In just one year’s time, Mike Weaver, lead singer of Big Daddy Weave, shed 84 of the 90 pounds he’d set out to lose in 2009!
Food Network chef Ellie Krieger has a unique food plan to eat well and healthy in the new year.
In the mountainous province of China’s Yunnan Province, life is hard and godless. But nestled amongst the snow capped mountains, one village has separated itself from the oppression of the others.
On Nov. 23, a criminal court charged the men under Article 301 of the Turkish penal code for allegedly insulting "Turkishness" and inciting hate while "trying to convert other Turks to Christianity."
2002 - a year of stock market ups and downs that forced many people to put their plans on hold. In August, Debbie Grabowski, wife and mother of four, felt God was leading her to a new career.
In the Philippines, more than 220,000 children live on the streets of its major cities.
Behnaz Kar's supporters and competitors alike are proud of what she's doing to help improve the status of Iranian women.
It's estimated that returning stolen merchandise costs stores close to 16 billion dollars a year. It also drives prices up - so you pay more for what you buy.
When Margaret Hurtado had surgery to remove a cyst from her hand, the complications were horribly painful. But it turned out that the solution to her suffering was remarkably simple.
Democrats believe that the Republicans have given the Bush administration a free pass on a host of issues.
This week Muhammed Yunus, a banker in Bangladesh, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for this simple answer to poverty: micro-loans.
A new screening test is so effective - it's helping doctors catch what even mammograms miss.
Another War for Israel?
Neck Deep in Healing
A former member of President Bush's faith-based initiative claimed the program was used for political purposes. David Kuo says the President didsn't fulfill his promises to put enough money into the initiative.
This African businessman use to rip pages out of the Bible – until a church half a world away changed his mind about faith and tithing.