Some inventors say it’s not just a fad, but a new industrial revolution. Peoples’ renewed desire to build things with their own hands is attracting everyone from artists to...
With more than 1 million Americans expected to leave military service over the next five years, the nation's largest veterans group is trying to ease their transition to...
Emory University Hospital has discharged two American missionaries treated for Ebola.
Tim Nguyen regards the C-130 “Hercules” as a “good friend.” The 60-year-old military aircraft has been the focus of his professional career, and quite possibly saved his life.
The husband of an American Ebola patient says he's cautiously optimistic as his wife’s condition shows signs of improvement.
The Ebola virus is able to turn off the body’s natural immune response. But researchers at Auburn University believe they’ve developed an “on-switch”
With the hottest days of summer just around the corner, a Georgia campaign to prevent children from being left in cars serves as a warning to parents and caretakers throughout...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced a new round of aggressive anti-smoking ads as part of its “Tips from Former Smokers” campaign. Featuring real...
When the Center for Civil and Human Rights opens on Monday, its creators promise visitors more than just a museum, but an experience.
The U.S. military is offering surplus equipment to trusted agencies and governments on an “as is/where is” basis -- and that includes local police forces.