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New life for Medicaid after GOP's health care debacle
A 1960s Great Society program, Medicaid gets new life after Republican health care bill collapses
The cast of 'Survivor's Remorse' discusses the upcoming season
Jessie Usher, Tichina Arnold and Teyonah Parris talk about the show's fourth season and their upcoming projects.
The Latest: Rojas edges Ibarguen, wins triple jump at worlds
Yulimar Rojas edged Olympic champion Caterine Ibarguen by two centimeters for gold in the triple jump at the world championships
Back home, Speaker Ryan can't escape questions about GOP
House Speaker Paul Ryan is facing frustrated Republicans back home in Wisconsin as he strikes a higher public profile touring flood-damaged areas, appearing on conservative talk radio and taking questions from workers at business town halls
Justin Bieber explains why he unexpectedly canceled tour
The 23-year-old pop star posted a lengthy statement on Instagram, saying he needed to take time to become "sustainable."
Selena Gomez opens up about her 90-day work hiatus last year
A year ago, Selena Gomez canceled her Revival World Tour and took a three-month, self-imposed hiatus. In a new interview for the September issue of InStyle magazine, the 25-year-old pop star opened up about how she spent those 90 days. "It was the best thing that I ever could’ve done," she said. "I
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.
Mother of 3 saved by kidney donation from woman she never met
A mother from Massachusetts now has a second chance at life, thanks to another mom from her neighborhood. Nicole Baltzer, 41, donated her kidney to Kara Yimoyines, also 41, on Feb. 7 after reading her story in a local Massachusetts newspaper. Both women are now sharing their stories. "I'm beyond
Connecticut town finds hope, healing 10 years after gruesome Petit family murders
This weekend marks 10 years since a horrific crime shocked a suburban Connecticut town. In the middle of the night on July 23, 2007, two men broke into a house in Cheshire, killing Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two daughters and setting the house on fire. Only the victims' husband and father, Dr.