Creative design for the disabled _ and everybody else too
Design museum explores design for the disabled _ and everybody _ that's both fashionable and functional
How to keep your pets safe in frigid cold weather
Sub-zero wind chills are gripping the East Coast in the wake of the "bomb cyclone" snowstorm that hammered states from Florida to Maine this week. With wind chills expected to dip to as low as 50 below zero in some areas, how can we protect our beloved furry friends from the extreme cold? You've
Jane Fonda turns 80 today and in many ways is just getting started
Jane Fonda turns 80 today and shows no signs of slowing down. The two-time Oscar winner has made no secret of how much she is enjoying her third act. In a Thanksgiving blog post, she wrote, "I’m celebrating my 80th soon and marvel at how terrific and energetic I feel." So in celebration of her 80
SPECIAL REPORT: Trump summarizes 'historic' 5-country tour of Asia
President Donald Trump says his trip to Asia showed that America's "standing in the world has never been stronger."
Karl-Anthony Towns: 'I agree with David Stern with marijuana'
Last month, former NBA commissioner David Stern said he believed that as more states legalized both the medicinal and recreational use of marijuana , the NBA and other professional sports leagues should remove it from their banned substances list. Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns has
Treasury secretary on Trump administration's new tax plan
Our framework includes our explicit commitment that tax reform will protect low-income and middle-income households and not the wealthy and the well-keked. They can call me all they want. It's not going help. I'm doing the right thing. And it's not good for me. Believe me. President trump on
Douglas Randolph suing Notre Dame, claims MRI results concealed
A former Notre Dame player is suing the university for allegedly concealing results from an MRI and instructing him to keep playing while he was risking a spinal cord injury . A lawsuit filed by former Irish linebacker Douglas Randolph, obtained by The Indianapolis Star, states that Notre Dame did
New book explores breakthrough medical stories
The author of "The Other Side of Impossible" opens up about how she refused to give up in the face of her son's daunting medical challenges, and looked outside the box for treatments.
Navy vet Timothy Birckhead surprised with new home adapted for his disability
"The View" worked over the course of a year to build and furnish a new home for Birckhead's family.
OJ Simpson's 'prison BFF' describes Simpson's life in prison
The hit TV show "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story " portrays O.J. Simpson as cocky and confident. Now another image of the former NFL star, nicknamed "The Juice," shows Simpson as a locked-up inmate who is battling weight gain and arthritis but still living a life of relative