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World's last male northern white rhino, Sudan, dies
With death of world's last male northern white rhino, a last-ditch effort to save subspecies
Meghan McCain, Meredith Vieira to go to Vatican health conference to honor loved ones
McCain and Vieira will attend an international conference on health care in Vatican City, Italy.
The Lioness in Winter
This story appears in GOLD RUSH: powered by espnW, a special collaboration with ESPN The Magazine for its Feb. 19 issue. Subscribe! For more on Vonn, watch E:60 on Feb. 18, at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN. Three weeks before the 2017-18 World Cup downhill season, Lindsey Vonn stands at the pulpit of Milton
'The year that science strikes back'; A historic number of scientists are taking over ballots in 2018
More than 200 scientists are leaving their labs and white coats behind to enter the political fray on federal, state and local ballots across the country in 2018. As of Jan. 31, more than 60 scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians (STEM) launched campaigns to run for federal office.
Oct. 23, 2002: Orrin Hatch discusses his political memoir 'Square Peg'
The Utah senator talks about his book and his decades-long political career.
Treacher Collins syndrome: What you need to know
Now a feature-length film starring Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson, "Wonder" is based on a children’s novel by R.J. Palacio and documents the story of a young boy with a genetic disorder called Treacher Collins syndrome. It’s a movie that may have many taking the opportunity learn more about the
Doctors replace boy’s skin using breakthrough gene therapy, stem cells
In a breakthrough treatment, researchers at a burn unit in Germany found a way to replace 80 percent of a boy’s skin using a combination of gene therapy and stem cells . The grafted skin attached to his body has continued to replace itself, even months later. The patient –- a boy who was 7 years
Woman writes touching tribute to nurses caring for 2-year-old daughter with cancer
Shelby Skiles was unable to sleep one recent night while staying with her 2-year-old daughter at Children’s Medical Center Dallas when she just began to write. Skiles, 28, has spent nearly every night since May at the hospital after her only child, Sophie, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of
Robin Roberts' emotional health journey to milestone 'birthday'
"Good Morning America" co-anchor, a breast cancer survivor, celebrates 5th 'birthday' of receiving a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome or MDS, a rare blood disorder.