The election has ended, and a new President and new Congress will take office in January. Among the most heated issues during the campaign season was the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
After 27 hours of surgery, twin boys Anias and Jadon McDonald — born joined at the head 13 months ago — began a new life apart on Friday.
Deep in the recesses of most people’s refrigerators lives a half-eaten bottle of salsa, some takeout Chinese food and last week’s chicken dinner. Pulling one of those things out, you wonder: Can I eat it? Is it safe? A lot of commercially prepared items, such as sauces and condiments, have best-buy dates on the packaging to ensure flavor, not safety, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Toy injuries resulted in 185,000 visits to the emergency room and 11 deaths among children under the age of 15 in 2015, according to a report (PDF) released Thursday by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Thanksgiving comes but once a year, but the stakes couldn’t be higher for making the pièce de résistance — a perfectly bronzed and juicy turkey.
At a news conference, Philando Castile’s mother, Valarie Castile, says the family is pleased that Sgt. Jeronimo Yanez is facing second-degree manslaughter charges for the death of her son and asks for citizens to remain peaceful when protesting.
On any given morning, as the sun peeks over the horizon, Danielle Johnson can be found crawling down the hallways of her Rochester, Minnesota, home.
You can’t go too far these days without running into a Starbucks. The chain is so ubiquitous, it’s almost like having an outsourced pantry staple available within a 5-mile radius (or a few city blocks) all day.
Sometimes, solving one problem only creates another.