Renee Bach, 30, is being sued in Ugandan civil court over the deaths of children who were treated at the critical care center she ran in Uganda. She has left Uganda and is now living in Bedford County, Virginia, where she grew up.
A day after US Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrested nearly 700 people in sweeping raids at several food-processing plants in Mississippi, officials said Thursday that nearly half of those detained had already been released.
Letter-for-letter, no part of speech gets people more worked up than pronouns do. Linguistic history is dotted with eruptions of pronoun rage.
Cesar Sayoc, the Florida bodybuilder and nightclub bouncer who mailed inoperative pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and media figures seen as critical of President Trump, was sentenced to 20 years in prison by a federal judge in New York on Monday.
Job gains for the two previous months were revised downwards by a total of 41,000. Over the last three months, monthly job growth has averaged about 140,000 — down from 233,000 in the final three months of 2018.
At least 57 prisoners were killed by fellow inmates during a prison riot in northern Brazil in what authorities have described as a "targeted act" by gang members directed at a rival group.
For the past 14 years, producer Andy Zax has been digging into the music and sounds of Woodstock, that culture-shifting music festival that unfolded in August of 1969. Now, 50 years later, all 32 performances — the audio announcements, the entirety of this three-day festival in upstate New York — is about to be released.
Fresenius, one of the two largest dialysis providers in the U.S., has agreed to waive a $524,600.17 bill for a man who received 14 weeks of dialysis at a clinic in Montana.
The Virginia court's sentence is largely symbolic. Last month, a federal judge sentenced Fields to life in prison for killing a woman protesting a white nationalist rally in 2017.
Astronaut Walter Schirra's decision to bring a Swedish-made Hasselblad on his Mercury spaceflight set the course for NASA's choice of the camera for the Apollo lunar program.
According to a study by the Congressional Budget Office released on Monday, a significant increase to the federal minimum wage would have both serious pros and serious cons.
To keep teens away after closing hours, Philadelphia has installed sonic devices in parks. They are noisemakers that mostly the young hear and have been banned elsewhere.
The figure represents an increase of over 2 million in the number of refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced people from the year before, and a near 65% increase from a decade ago. It is also the highest number in the history of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
The number of heroin addicts reporting methamphetamine as a secondary substance problem has been rising. In 2014, 14% of heroin users entering rehab in San Francisco said meth was also a problem. Three years later, that percentage increased to 22%.
Scientists are beginning to see alarming similarities between the Great Dying and what's currently happening to our atmosphere.
Leathers was 37. He was killed on Sunday in the hallway of an apartment building in the Bronx, according to the NYPD. The police have arrested a suspect in connection to the incident.
New research shows that daily light walking is important for maintaining health as you age. But if you can't hit 10,000 steps, don't worry.
The modified fungus produces spider toxin that rapidly kills mosquitoes, raising hopes for a new weapon to fight a disease that sickens millions. But not everyone is convinced.
In many ways, the system worked: Someone saw something, then said something, and police made an arrest. But what happened next would play out a fundamental tension at the heart of our criminal justice system: At what point does a thought — or a plan — become a crime?
They are popular. They are controversial. And now, video games have just become an internationally recognized addiction.