Fifth Republican senator comes out in opposition to health care bill

(WASHINGTON) -- Senate Republican leaders unveiled what they called a "discussion draft" of their long-awaited health care bill, a part of the party's ongoing efforts to repeal and replace the Afforda... Read More

Former nurse suspected of killing up to 60 children

(SAN ANTONIO) -- A former nurse in Texas was charged Wednesday in the 1981 murder of a 2-year-old girl.

Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood told ABC News Thursday that Genene Jones, 66, is suspected of killing as many as 60 children... Read More

Dad-to-be catches 28-pound catfish to reveal baby’s sex

(MANNFORD, Okla.) -- One Oklahoma couple learned the sex of their baby through a new twist on a Southern tradition -- catching a catfish by hand.

“It is definitely out of the box, to say the least,” mom-to-be Shelby Moore, of M... Read More

Lily Collins faces her eating disorder in new book and film

(NEW YORK) -- After years of struggling with an eating disorder, Lily Collins has done something she never thought she'd do.

"I never dreamed I’d be posing in a bikini on the cover of Shape. It’s a complete 180 for me.... Read More

"Consumer Reports" reveals the top yogurts for your diet

(NEW YORK) -- Yogurt is a top choice for breakfast and a go-to snack for both adults and kids.

Low-fat and fat-free versions have long been top favorites but now, whole-fat yogurt is making a comeback. And studies are showing that it migh... Read More

Study: extra virgin olive oil could help reduce risk of Alzheimer's disease

(NEW YORK) -- A new study published in the Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology indicates that extra virgin olive oil may be associated with red... Read More

Doctors' advice for protection in extreme heat conditions

(NEW YORK) -- As the Southwest is being battered by record-breaking extreme heat, experts warn about the trouble that can mean for the human body.

How hot is it in parts of the country right now? Some flights were canceled in Phoenix becau... Read More

Prince Harry reveals he suffered panic attacks after Princess Diana's death

(LONDON) -- Prince Harry has revealed he suffered panic attacks at royal engagements and said the Invictus Games, the Paralympic-style competition he founded for injured service members, forced him to confront his own fears and reach out for help.Read More

Experts warn rising temperatures can turn air conditioners into fire hazards

(NEW YORK) -- The appliance many people rely on to keep their homes cool could potentially pose a fire risk.

Air conditioners cause an average of 20 deaths, 140 injuries and $82 million in property damage annually, according to a 2016 report b... Read More

Five unusual yoga styles for International Yoga Day

(NEW YORK) -- If you've never practiced yoga before, there's no better day to start than on Wednesday. June 21 is International Yoga Day.

According to Days of the Year, International Yoga Day was declared by the United Nations General Asse... Read More

Mike Pence, other lawmakers donate to Capitol Hill blood bank in honor of Scalise

(WASHINGTON) -- Vice President Mike Pence was among those on Capitol Hill Tuesday who rolled up their sleeves and donated blood in honor of the victims of last week's shooting at congressional baseball practice at an Alexandria, Virginia, park.
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