The GOP is alleging the new health insurance marketplace has been posting artificially lowered insurance rates.
With flavors like grape and strawberry, cigars are growing in popularity. Teens are especially drawn to them, according to a new study from the centers for disease control.
On Saturday a fake funeral for "Breaking Bad" character Walter White raised thousands for an Albuquerque charity, but some people had problems with the way they did it.
Once the invention of Thomas Edison burns out for the final time in your home, you'll have to replace it with one of the new lightbulbs. These are known mainly by their initials, either C-F-L or L-E-D.
An Indiana jury has awarded $50,000 in damages to a Pendleton woman who sued her school for failing to protect her from bullies.
3-D images have never been available in the operating room before, but now a large donut-shaped piece of equipment called an "O-Arm" is changing that.
A new study is linking irregular bedtimes with behavior problems in children.
A new type of illicit drug has been found on a Texas middle school campus.
Law enforcement officers in east Texas are looking for clues in the murders of four men.
The father of the 9-year-old that managed to sneak past airport security is now asking for support.
Experts share tips on how to keep your cash safe when banking online.
Doctor’s are saying the ability to re-grow adult, human teeth may not be far away.
For most kids, they're an all-time favorite. Fast food chicken nuggets. But parents might think twice about serving them after learning exactly what's in them.
The Transportation Security Administration is considering changes after a 9-year-old boy was able to get through security, board a plane at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport without a ticket and fly to Las Vegas.
Frustration over enrolling for health insurance through the government's online marketplaces is growing.
The National Retail Federation releases how they think the government shutdown will affect seasonal jobs and holiday sales.
A Texas father is defending the unique way he chose to punish his son for bullying.
Tom Clancy, prolific author of military thrillers that turned into box office gold with movies such as "The Hunt for Red October" and "Clear and Present Danger," died Tuesday at the age of 66 in Baltimore, Md., his publisher Penguin Group confirmed in a statement Wednesday morning.
People from all over the country are coming to Houston to try a neurostimulation procedure in an effort to get relief from migraine pain that can be intense, crippling and relentless.
A new surgeon at University of Arizona Medical Center and the discovery of a massive brain tumor changed the life of a young mother, who'd recently given birth to twins.
Experts say that online scammers will be ready to take advantage of the Obamacare rollout
Doctor’s debunk common myths about cataracts.
90-year-old Nellie Wade has been practicing medicine since WWII, and she says she has no plans to slow down.
A Texas program is teaching adults how to care for their aging parents.
A study has found that difficult to treat hospital-borne infections are on the decline.
An Arkansas man is lucky to be alive after a fast-moving fire surrounded him.
Two World War II veterans, and former POWs, were recently reunited after not seeing each other since they were separated in 1944.
A fast food manager’s good deed goes viral online.
A World War II veteran is returning a Japanese sword he's had for nearly 70-years.
A Massachusetts woman rode her bicycle topless arguing that women should be able to go shirtless just like men.
One Greenfield boy is a hero in the police department's eyes, and for a while they didn't even know his name. But the boy's one small act of kindness is making a big impact on morale.
As the school year begins, so does the homework season. But homework doesn't just involve students -- parents also should play a role.
With the tap of your smart phone, you can help the Department of Homeland Security find suspected child predators.
A new study is linking sleep apnea treatment with the reduction of PTSD symptoms.
As surface water dwindles in Texas, growing cities and thirsty industries are looking to groundwater to meet demand. But a recent court ruling has fueled an already fiery debate over whether groundwater resources can be adequately protected alongside property rights and economic development.
In Hawaii, a molasses spill kills more than 200,000 fish.
Vindictive, spurned ex-lovers who post intimate photos of their former significant others online may face criminal charges soon, from a bill that is one step closer to becoming law.
A grandfather builds a 50 foot tree house for his granddaughter.
A teen isn’t letting his disability keep him from playing Junior Varsity football.
A Tampa, Florida man admits he gave his former girlfriend a drug that caused her to abort their unborn child.
As the nation prepares to mark the 12th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, construction crews are busy finishing the museum that will soon explore the tragedy of that day.
A new study once again raises the question of when women should start getting mammograms to screen for breast cancer.
For most 13-year-old boys, having your legs amputated would be the worst. For Kaleo Niko, he couldn't wait.
An environmental group took a camera where no other has been before and captured, for the very first time, rare habitat miles off the Oregon coast and hundreds of feet below the ocean surface.
Police can now test drug samples on the spot due to a new laser device.
NASA has launched flying laboratories over Houston to study air quality.
The nation's most comprehensive report on drugs and alcohol was released Wednesday and it shows that while prescription drug abuse is down use of marijuana is up.
Experts share tips on how to help your teen get rid of acne.
A 65-year-old woman becomes the first to swim from Cuba to the United States.
Two Arkansas boys conjoined at birth have been successfully separated during nine hour surgery.