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
Ancient Bacteria Yield Clues for Woman's Dramatic Cause of Death 800 Years Ago
This woman's post-mortem was 800 years in the making, with "ancient" bacteria providing the critical clue for her likely cause of death, and offering a tantalizing glimpse into the lives of our forebears in the Near East. In the 800-year-old remains of a Byzantine woman found in Turkey, in what
Naomi Judd Opens Up About Long Struggle With Severe Depression
The country music star spoke about her battle with "life-threatening" depression that led to several stints in psychiatric wards.
2 Curable, Preventable Illnesses Kill 1.4 Million Children a Year, UNICEF Report Says
Pneumonia and diarrhea -- two largely preventable and curable illnesses -- kill more children globally than all other childhood diseases combined, according to a new report released today by the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The report adds that pneumonia in
Michigan Town Votes Against Resettling Syrian Refugees
Officials in a Michigan town have voted to reject the resettlement of Syrian refugees within their community. The Board of Trustees for Waterford Township voted unanimously on Monday night in favor of a resolution stating that their township "will not actively participate in the Refugee
What to Do With Your Summer Vacation Photos
"Good Housekeeping" magazine's Lori Bergamotto reveals fun hacks for sharing and organizing your family snapshots.
Ryan Lochte Speaks Out About Alleged Rio Robbery
The U.S. Olympic swimmer tells "GMA" about his initial claims he and other U.S. swimmers were robbed and the fallout he has faced.
The Dark Side of Orphanage 'Voluntourism' in Nepal
Many foreigners flock to the impoverished country to give back, but some abusive orphanage owners turn to child trafficking to take advantage of donation money.
The Dark Side of Orphanage 'Voluntourism' in Nepal That's Putting Children at Risk
Kathmandu, Nepal , a city nestled in the shadow of the Himalayas, is a mecca for mountain climbers and spiritual seekers alike. It’s also a major hub for travelers, so-called “voluntourists,” socially conscious travelers who are drawn in by the opportunity to give something back to the impoverished