Stunning new details in first medical report on US personnel in Cuba
U.S. personnel at the embassy in Havana who've experienced a rash of symptoms from mysterious "health attacks" appear to have suffered "widespread brain network dysfunction," but there's still no answer about the cause, according to a new peer-reviewed medical report. The report, published
Eric Clapton says he's going deaf but insists he's 'still going to work'
Eric Clapton revealed a bit of disconcerting news about his health during an interview Tuesday on the U.K.'s BBC Radio 2 , telling interviewer Steve Wright that he's "going deaf." The guitar legend explained that he has tinnitus, an affliction that causes constant ringing in the ears and is often
NYC terror suspect cites ISIS as an inspiration
Suspect Akayed Ullah, 27, had the bomb strapped to him as he rode the subway from Brooklyn to Manhattan before the attack, a law enforcement source said.
More details emerge about the NYPD officer who shot suspected terrorist
A 28-year-old New York City police officer has been identified as the man who shot and injured the suspect in Tuesday's deadly truck attack in New York City, which is being investigated as an act of terrorism . Officer Ryan Nash, a five-year NYPD veteran assigned to the 1st Precinct, was one of the
US warns against travel to Cuba, cuts embassy staff after mysterious 'attacks'
The U.S. is warning the American public against travel to Cuba and cutting more than half the staff of its embassy in Havana following mysterious attacks, including some that have caused symptoms suggesting a sonic assault. The State Department says 21 embassy employees have been “targeted in
'Baby Driver' star Ansel Elgort on what helps keep him grounded, his love for music
Spoiler alert: Ansel Elgort is starring in a movie that he doesn’t die in. The actor who made fans swoon as Augustus Waters in “The Fault in Our Stars,” is back with the Edgar Wright film “Baby Driver,” which hits movie theaters today. “I love dying,” Elgort, 23, joked in an interview on ABC News’
5 Things You Should Know About Detox Teas
So-called “detox” teas have been popular for years, primarily among people who frequent health-food stores, or consult with alternative practitioners. These days, though, they’ve become big business, and a handful of celebrities are touting their weight-loss benefits on social media. In a way,
Pacers' trolling takes its toll on fans
INDIANAPOLIS -- This is how maddening and frustrating the Indiana Pacers are: Wednesday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals, I desperately wanted Chris Bosh 's last-second, baseline 3-pointer to fall. I wanted this series and this season over. These schizophrenic Pacers are torture. A
State Considers Lowering the Volume on Movies
The Connecticut state legislature’s Public Safety and Security Committee is mulling over a bill that would prevent theaters from showing any film or trailer that exceeds 85 decibels, about the same noise level as an alarm clock on your night table or the sound of...
Iraq War Vet Boosts Confidence of At-Risk Kids Through Mixed Martial Arts
Whittier, Calif. — The first time Army veteran Nicholas Illanes saw a mixed martial arts fight on TV, he said he feel in love with the sport. “I first found the love for MMA watching Ken Shamrock back in the early 90-s when he fought...