Thunderstorm Asthma Possibly Linked to 6 Deaths
The deaths of six people in Australia may be linked to a rare meteorological phenomenon that led to a surge in asthma attacks, Australian officials said today.
Women Lead the 'The Illusionists' on Broadway This Time
The magic supergroup "The Illusionists" has returned to Broadway trying to stun audiences for a third time, but this time they've brought something missing from previous stops _ female magicians
Science Panel Urges Rewrite of Food Allergy Warning Labels
A new report is calling for a makeover of the labels used to warn consumers that a food might accidentally contain peanuts or other allergy-prone ingredients
New Federal Rule Bans Smoking in Public Housing
The Obama administration has announced a final rule prohibiting smoking in public housing developments nationwide
Philadelphia Package Explosion Victim Recovering at Home
A Philadelphia man injured when a package exploded as he opened it last week says he's recovering at home and overwhelmed by support received from his partner, family and co-workers
Death Toll From Australia's Thunderstorm Asthma Reaches 8
Eight people have died and one person remains on life support more than a week after a rare condition known as thunderstorm asthma struck Australia's second-largest city
The Science Behind Deadly 'Thunderstorm Asthma' Possibly Linked to 6 Deaths
The deaths of six people in Australia may be linked to a rare meteorological event that led to a surge in asthma attacks, Australian officials said today. At least 12 people remain hospitalized after suffering acute asthma attacks during the "thunderstorm asthma" event that sent thousands to the
Terrifying Cirque Du Soleil Accident Puts Olympian in Hospital
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Sen. Bernie Sanders Says the Recount is 'Not a Big Deal'
The Vermont senator and former Democratic presidential candidate is interviewed on "This Week."