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Museum of the Bible faces revelations, controversy as it opens
In the beginning, there was Hobby Lobby president Steve Green and his first purchase of a biblical artifact in 2009 that launched the Green Collection. What Green has accomplished since then is a full-fledged museum dedicated to the "Book of Books" in Washington, D.C. After nearly three years of
CDC Reports First US Cases of Rare and Deadly Fungal Disease
A rare and deadly fungal disease has been reported in the U.S. for the first time, according to a report today from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At least 13 cases of a fungal infection called Candida auris (C.auris) have now been reported in the country. The first seven of
Trump Family Opens Up About Effects of Election
"GMA" co-anchor George Stephanopoulos sits down with the couple to discuss Donald Trump's presidential campaign, keeping their son, Barron, out of the spotlight and the highs and lows of the campaign.
Donald Trump Declares War on Apple
Trump fumes as tech giant refuses to help investigators unlock the cellphone of San Bernardino terrorist.
Mysterious Syndrome Can Cause People to Become 'Drunk' Without Drinking
The baffling case of a woman who was arrested for DWI without drinking has spotlighted a rare condition called "Auto-Brewery" syndrome, where the digestive system becomes its own tiny brewery. The woman was able to get the charges dismissed after her lawyer presented evidence by a doctor that she
Looking at How Special Ops Views Women in Combat
"The View" co-hosts discuss gender and diversity of people serving in the military.
CIA Hacked by Teen
The FBI searches for teenager who claims to have hacked CIA Director John Brennan.
6 Things About Yeast Infections Every Woman Should Know
Sorry to be a downer, but if you haven’t had a yeast infection yet—you’ll probably get one eventually. Three out of four women will experience one sometime in her life—and half will have two or more. “These are so common because yeast normally lives on your skin and around your vagina,” says
4 Things That Make You Lose Your Voice
I haven’t had a cold in months, but I keep losing my voice. What’s going on? Laryngitis (the most common cause of hoarseness or voice loss) happens when your voice box becomes irritated or inflamed, leading to swelling that keeps your vocal cords from being able to open and close smoothly. (This
6 Embarrassing Health Problems, Solved
There are certain health issues that most people would rather not discuss—even in the exam room. But trust us: Your doctor has heard it all. She's not the least bit fazed when you bring up a strange below-the-belt smell, or the fact that you sweat so much your socks get soaked. "I hear embarrassing