What Is Shigella? Bacteria That Causes Nasty Stomach Bug Sickens Dozens At California Restaurant
Shigella can cause diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps, and poses greater risks to those with weaker immune systems.
Xi Jinping UK Visit: Chinese Government Shipped Pro-China T-Shirts, Flags To London Ahead Of Presidential Visit, Rights Group Says
A rights group found boxes, shipped as diplomatic cargo, containing pro-China merchandise near London demonstrations.
Xi Jinping Buckingham Palace Visit: Chinese President Sees Himself As 'Man Of the People', Wants To Eat Fish And Chips
Xi Jinping, who reportedly regards himself as a "man of the people," is staying in Buckingham Palace and will dine with the queen.
Iran Nuclear Deal Sanctions: Why Tehran Wants To Be A Part of International Financial System
The Islamic nation, which is No. 2 in both GDP and population in the Middle East, hopes to rejoin Swift, a vital organization for reconnecting with the global economy.
ISIS Teen Recruitment: Why David Cameron Wants A 'Deradicalization' To Stop Islamic State Group's Influence In UK
Arabs in the U.K., whom the government wants to step up and counter extremist ideology, constitute less than four percent of Muslims in the country.
Obamacare Website Improvements 2015: Can Better Tools On HealthCare.Gov Lure The Uninsured?
New tools on the Healthcare.gov website aim to address the key thing that stops people from buying insurance: lack of understanding about how it works.
Egypt War On Terror: Al Qaeda Leader Zawahiri's Brother Acquitted Of Terrorism-Related Charges, Amid Growing Security Threats
Ten other suspects were sentenced to death, and 20 to life in prison.
China Visa Policy Changes Impact: Boeing Sees Big Uptick In International Travel Because Of China, Despite Economic Slowdown
Boeing predicts that in the coming decades China will overtake the U.S. as the world's largest market for travel.
US, Russia Fighting In Syria: Air Safety Agreement Near Signing, Could Come In Days, Official Says
An agreement between the U.S. and Russia "could be signed and implemented in the coming days," a U.S. Defense Department source said.
How Much Should You Tip? At Danny Meyer's Restaurants, None, Starting In November
The new policy will first be tested in November at The Modern.
Cameroon Boko Haram Attacks: US Sends Troops To Nigeria's Neighbor In Effort To Combat Militants
The troops would remain in Cameroon "until their support is no longer needed," President Barack Obama said.
Ivanka Trump's Relationship With Donald: Why Daughter Says Presidential Run Is 'Complicated,' How Father May Have Offended Her
Can a high-achieving, successful daughter support the presidential ambitions of a father who frequently makes offensive remarks about women?
Najib Razak 1MDB Corruption Scandal: US Investigating Goldman Sachs, Adviser To Malaysian Sovereign Wealth Fund
The bank has been a consultant to Malaysian state fund 1MDB, which is embroiled in a corruption scandal linked to Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Does El Niño Cause Dengue Fever? Deadly Epidemics Linked To Changing Climate And Weather Patterns
El Niño is expected to grow even stronger in 2016.
Global Youth Unemployment Crisis: Millions Of Young People Will Struggle To Find Jobs In Coming Decade, Report Says
One billion young people are expected to look for work in the next decade, but only 40 percent will succeed if the global economy remains as is, a report said.
What Is Hijra? Islamic New Year Facts, Dates, Plus History Of Prophet Muhammad's Migration From Mecca To Medina
Hijra marks the journey of the Prophet Muhammad from Mecca to Medina in AD 622.
Affordable Care Act 2015: More Than 1 Million Qualified Floridians Still Uninsured Under Obamacare, Analysis Finds
Some of those who are uninsured are qualified for Medicaid, while others are eligible for subsidies to offset the cost of Obamacare coverage.
New York-Presbyterian Hospital To Close Family Medicine Center In 2016, Amid National Push For More Primary Care Under Obamacare
A hospital spokeswoman said the Herman “Denny” Farrell Jr. Community Health Center would stay open.
Healthcare Reform 2015: Under Obamacare, Half Of Uninsured Do Not Qualify For Subsidized Health Insurance Or Medicaid, Analysis Shows
Slightly less than half of America's uninsured can get coverage through Obamacare, the landmark law aimed at decreasing the ranks of the uninsured.
Najib Razak Corruption Scandal: Former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad Calls For Premier To Step Down, Calls Malaysia ‘Pariah State'
The current prime minister is embroiled in a corruption scandal involving state funds.
Russia Foiled ISIS Terrorist Attack? Islamic State Group Trained Several Suspects In Syria, Authorities Say
“Some...have been through combat training in Islamic State camps in Syria,” Russia's Federal Security Service said.
Tamir Rice Shooting Justified? Outside Reports Say White Policeman Had Right To Shoot 12-Year-Old Black Boy
"We are not reaching any conclusions from these reports," the Cuyahoga County prosecutor said.
Israel Palestine Clashes Update: IDF Rocket Kills Pregnant Woman, 3-Year-Old Girl In Gaza Amid Escalating Violence
A Palestinian woman wounded an Israeli policeman in an explosive attack Sunday, the latest incident in an upsurge in violence in the decadeslong conflict this week.
Campus Gun Laws: After Oregon Shooting, California Bans Concealed Weapons From Colleges And Schools
Opponents say the law will just make schools more vulnerable to attack.
Assisted Suicide Laws 2015: Advocates See Maryland As Next Battleground, After California Passes Right-To-Die Law
California's passage of the law “has made us even more motivated to make sure Marylanders have the same options.”
Afghan Hospital Airstrike: US Will Compensate Victims Of Deadly Attack, Pentagon Says
The U.S. will pay "civilian noncombatants injured and the families of civilian noncombatants killed" in the bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan.
Samsung Patent Infringement Case Update: Despite Judge's Ruling, Nvidia Vows To Seek Ban On Importing Samsung Phones To US
The ITC ruled Friday that Samsung had not infringed on two of Nvidia's patents.
Exxon Arctic Drilling Benefitting From Global Warming: Oil Company Denied Climate Change Science While Factoring It Into Arctic Operations, Report Shows
Melting sea ice due to warmer ocean temperatures, one of the effects of climate change, makes searching for oil and gas easier.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Hearing: Presiding Officer Recommends Lower Court-Martial, No Jail Time For Soldier Who Left Post In Afghanistan
A hearing officer doesn't recommend a prison sentence for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
World Mental Health Day 2015 Facts: Celebrities, Others Across The Globe Suffer From Depression, OCD, Anxiety
These celebrities have spoken openly about mental health issues. World Mental Health Day is marked Oct. 10 each year.