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No Word From Jammeh as Midnight Deadline Arrives in Gambia
No word from Jammeh as midnight deadline arrives in Gambia; regional force poised at border
Miss USA Hopes Trump Can Unify Americans After Divisive Vote
The U.S. candidate in the Miss Universe pageant says she did not vote for Donald Trump but hopes the president-elect can unify Americans at a "nerve-wracking" point in U.S. history
Czech Man in Thailand Arrested for Alleged Sexual Offense
Thai police say they have arrested a Czech man in Phuket who is believed to be infected with HIV and is wanted by Interpol for alleged sexual offenses against minors back home
The Good, Bad and Unknown About Marijuana's Health Effects
It can almost certainly ease chronic pain and might help some people sleep, but it may also raise the risk of getting schizophrenia and trigger heart attacks. Those are among the conclusions about marijuana reached by a federal advisory panel in a report released Thursday. The experts also called
Gay Man Documents Protest Over FDA Blood Donation Policy, Abstains From Sex for a Year
After being turned away when he wanted to donate blood, an LGBT activist documented his efforts to meet the new requirements to give blood as a gay man, including abstaining from sexual relations for a year. On Tuesday, Jay Franzone, 21, gave blood for the first time since he announced his protest
Charlie Sheen Opens Up About HIV Diagnosis
The Golden Globe-winning actor said 'I feel like I'm carrying the torch' for others battling with this disease.
Correction: Obit-Heimlich Story
In a story Dec. 17 about the death of Dr. Henry Heimlich, The Associated Press erroneously reported the year the U.S. Navy sent him to northwest China. It was 1945, not 1942. The AP also reported the American Heart Association backs abdominal thrusts in choking cases. The story should have made
Jon Karl Asks Trump About Intelligence Report on Russia
ABC News Reporter Jon Karl asked President-elect Donald Trump on the intelligence report regarding Vladimir Putin's alleged orders to help him win the election.
At 10, a South African Orphan Goes to School for 1st Time
Photo essay: At age 10, a South African orphan goes to school for the 1st time
Charlie Sheen on Life After Revealing HIV Diagnosis
The Golden Globe-winning actor said he feels like he is "carrying the torch" for others battling HIV.