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Dionne: Trump Cabinet Picks Going to Have 'Hard Time Delivering' to Trump Base
The Powerhouse Roundtable weighs in Trump cabinet picks and what they say about his leadership strategy.
Lauren Miller Rogen: What My Mother's Alzheimer's Battle Taught Me
Editor's Note: Lauren Miller Rogen is an actress and screenwriter who co-founded the nonprofit Hilarity for Charity with her husband, actor Seth Rogen . Hilarity for Charity is a movement that aims to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease with young people. Since it began in 2012, Hilarity for
Stem Cell Researchers Anxious About Trump Presidency
As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office, scientists are anxiously waiting to see if his policies will affect ongoing scientific research that utilizes embryonic stem cells or fetal tissue. Both embryonic stem cell research and fetal tissue research have faced either backlash or
Love/Hate for Week 1: The other side of the 'Fantasy Life'
I don't know, man. I honestly don't know. When you give advice for a living, as I do, that's what we call "a less than ideal answer." You're always supposed to know. Sometimes you're right, sometimes you're wrong, but you're not supposed to say "I don't know." This is the start of my 17th year of
TNT broadcaster Craig Sager undergoes rare third bone marrow transplant
HOUSTON -- The chemotherapy has diminished Craig Sager's once-lustrous chestnut hair to a few unruly strands, and on this day of hope, a simple green T-shirt and blue shorts adorn the man known by millions for his ostentatious wardrobe and easy rapport with the NBA's elite. He methodically extended
Feds Use Funds for Medicaid, Children's Services to Avoid Delaying Zika Vaccine Research
Federal health officials have been forced to take $81 million in funds from various government programs, including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Administration for Children and Families, in order to avoid delaying research on Zika vaccines, according to a letter from U.S.
Congress Urged to Return From Recess as Zika Money Dries Up
The Zika virus is in the United States and money dedicated to fighting the virus is running out, but that doesn't mean Congress has plans to return, yet. Health and Human Services (HHS) sent a letter today outlining exactly how and when the current funds will run out, pleading with Congress to work
Martine Rothblatt, Bina Aspen Talk Saving Their Daughter, Artificial Intelligence
The couple spoke to Whoopi Goldberg about their daughter's illness and the medical and technological advances they've made.
Byrd uses relationship with the Diamondbacks to bring awareness to SMA
IT WAS Star Wars night a couple of months ago at Chase Field in Phoenix, and Chris Byrd went a little overboard. He dressed his kids up in elaborate costumes and fashioned their wheelchairs into a sandcrawler and a command shuttle. The wheelchairs took about 20 hours to decorate, and the question