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Friday Rewind: Austin bombings
Take a look at the top stories that made headlines this week, including the manhunt for the Austin "serial bomber."
Queen Latifah's mother, Rita Owens, has died
Queen Latifah's mother, Rita Owens, died Wednesday after a long battle with a heart condition. The musician and actress, whose birth name is Dana Owens, revealed the news about her mom in an exclusive statement to People magazine on Wednesday night. "It is with a heavy heart that I share the news
For kids who get their tonsils removed, age might matter more than weight: Study
When kids are promised that after they get their tonsils out they can have all the ice cream they want, it's actually a quiet way for doctors to fight post-surgical dehydration. But what other complications might await children, depending on their age and weight, and what can doctors do to avoid
Gonzalez, Rockies finalize $5M, 1-year contract
The Colorado Rockies are bringing back three-time All-Star and popular clubhouse leader Carlos Gonzalez on a $5 million, one-year contract
Gunman in deadly hostage incident was highly decorated Army veteran
The former Army sharpshooter who allegedly killed three hostages, including a pregnant woman, during a nearly eight-hour siege of a Northern California veterans home was a highly decorated military veteran who had a tough time readjusting to civilian life after serving in Afghanistan, his former
Daylight saving time: Does it affect your health?
You’ve just lost an hour of sleep today -- will it hurt you? As the clock moves forward with the beginning of daylight saving time , what was, for example, 5 a.m. was actually 6 a.m. We lose an hour on the clock to get more daylight into our day in the morning. As we get closer to spring, the
Smart devices like Apple watch can detect diabetes: Study
Medical data company Cardiogram claims that the Apple watch, and other smart devices like Fitbit, could be used to track signs of diabetes and other diseases.
Mike Huckabee criticizes Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for skipping tonight's State of the Union address
So, supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has a previous engamement and won't be able to attend tonight's state of the union. It didn't stop Mike Huckabee from sending a kind ofasty tweet about when she nodded off at the state of the union back in 2015. Now, I loved her explanation. She was
Weekend Rewind: Russia investigation intensifies
So this weekend to veterans return to their respective stages and showed us how it's done and questions about the Russia probe loomed over the White House. It's time now for the weekend we behind. We begin with president rob reportedly ordering the special counsel Robert Moeller will be fired. The
Private Facebook group with over 11K members a safe haven for women with menopause
When Gwen Harris was hit “like a ton of bricks” with menopause symptoms in her early 50s, she said she felt like she knew no one who could relate. “I felt literally like a fish out of water,” said Harris, 59, whose symptoms included sweating so severe she had to bring a change of clothes with her