Multiple Sclerosis News
Man who hacked Sarah Palin's email account in 2008 dies
A relative says a man who hacked the personal email account of former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin in 2008 has died
Teva chief reports 'strong progress' in restructuring plan
The chief executive of Teva Pharmaceuticals says he is making "strong progress" on the company's restructuring plan, but has acknowledged the generic drug giant faces a challenging 2018
Undocumented immigrant takes sanctuary in church to stop deportation, care for wife
Flora Rranxburgaj knows what will happen if her husband, Ded, who is a fugitive from immigration authorities, gets deported. “My life is done,” said Flora Rranxburgaj, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 11 years ago. That's why the family has taken sanctuary in a Detroit church. Ded
Oct. 23, 2002: Orrin Hatch discusses his political memoir 'Square Peg'
The Utah senator talks about his book and his decades-long political career.
Jenifer Lewis discusses her journey in show business in 'Mother of Black Hollywood: A Memoir'
Lewis shares her struggles with bipolar disorder and sex addiction in a new book.
How a former baseball player's fight against ALS Ice Bucket Challenge internet sensation
It began with a simple idea: Fill a bucket with water, throw in some ice and dump it over your head -- all to raise money to find a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). In summer 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge flooded the internet, with people from Irish nuns to celebrities to entire pro
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.
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.
'War for the Planet of the Apes' star Andy Serkis on how he brought ape leader Caesar and 'Star Wars' Supreme Leader Snoke to life
Serkis appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his performance-capture role.