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New Medical Breakthrough After $220 Million Raised for ALS in Ice Bucket Challenge
Researchers have discovered the gene NEK1 has a connection to ALS, which could pave the way for future treatment.
Mark Zuckerberg to Demolish 4 Homes on His Property
The Facebook CEO has filed documents saying he plans to replace the homes with "smaller, updated versions."
Free Flights for Crying Babies
On one recent flight, JetBlue gave discounts to customers each time a baby cried, the idea was to celebrate Mother's Day and promote empathy.
Bill Gates Weighs In on the Battle Between Apple and the FBI
The tech mogul stated that this is an isolated case that should be handled no differently than previous cases.
Protesters Rally in Support of Apple's Refusal to Help the FBI
Apple is facing pressure from Congress and law enforcement to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Beyonce's Controversial Halftime Show Angers Giuliani
Was Beyonce's halftime performance the wrong time to send a political message?
Index: Serena Williams Drops Out Due to Health Issues
To the index of other news tonight. The new headline about als. A study suggesting some cases of the disease may be caused by genes from an inchent infection long dormant in most people but perhaps reactivated in some. New hope tonight this discovery will lead to new treatments. You'll remember,
Index: See Who is on Forbes List of Richest Americans
To the index tonight. A bee invasion on a highway in Oklahoma. Semitruck carrying honey bees, look at this, romming over on interstate 35, unleashing a swarm. Beekeepers on the scene. And look at the view from inside the windshield there, covered on that car. Estimated 1 million honey bees. The
9/11 Victims Remembered on 14th Anniversary of Attacks
Solemn ceremonies were held at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, as law enforcement around the country remained on high-alert for potential new terror attacks.
Al Qaeda Calls on Followers to Cripple US Economy on 9/11 Anniversary
Inspire, the terrorist group's online magazine, urges believers to target prominent U.S. businessmen like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Michael Bloomberg.