World Health Organization Spends More On Travel Than AIDS Relief, New Report Shows
In fact, the United Nations health agency spent more on traveling expenses than it did on AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined.
Poverty A “State Of Mind,” Says Man In Charge Of U.S. Agency That Helps The Poor
On a Wednesday radio show, HUD Secretary Ben Carson implied that being poor is a choice.
Trump Budget Would Allow Tens of Thousands of Wild Horses to be Slaughtered
To make money, the Trump Administration budget suggests reversing a ban on selling wild horses for slaughter.
Reporter “Body Slammed” By GOP Congressional Candidate Night Before Election
Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate for Montana's U.S. Congressional seat, has been charged with assault after body slamming a reporter.
Kidney Stones Fly Out Of People On Roller Coasters, Surgeon Discovers
Riding a roller coaster will likely help you pass a small kidney stone, a groundbreaking new study reveals.
$1 Billion-Worth Of Weapons And Equipment Unaccounted For By U.S. Army
The U.S. Army failed to monitor more than $1 billion-worth of arms transfers in Iraq and Kuwait, a newly released audit reveals.
Syrian Doctor Operating On Manchester Victims: “I Saw The Same Wounds In Aleppo”
For a doctor raised in Syria, the wounds from the Manchester suicide bombing are all too familiar.
The World’s Doomsday Crop Seed Vault In The Arctic Flooded Due To Melting Permafrost
The Global Seed Vault, thought to be "fail-safe," flooded this year due to melting permafrost, officials announced last week.
Humongous, 700-Pound Emerald Found In Brazilian Mine
The four-foot emerald, one of the rarest stones on Earth, has been sold to a local miner for an unknown amount.
Magic Mushrooms Are The Safest Recreational Drug, New Study Shows
A new survey affirms that one of the world's oldest drugs is also the safest.
Honors Student Suspended, Banned From Graduation, And Nearly Arrested For Dress Code Violation
"It's just sad because I worked so hard for four years to walk across that stage."