The AIDS virus is far more common in gay and bisexual black men.
With abortion issues driving the debate over federal funding for the organization, many overlook the fact that it provides other medical services -- including services for men.
Tensions in the region -- especially between Turkey and Russia -- have reached a new high in recent weeks.
The pipeline would have funneled natural gas to Europe via Turkey.
Repealing Obamacare 2015: Senate Republicans Could Vote This Week On Bill That Would Cut Affordable Care Act
Some Republicans vowed not to vote for the bill because they said it did not repeal enough parts of the law.
Following the shootings in Colorado, supporters stress that abortions represent just a fraction of the organization's health services.
The World Health Organization and numerous medical organizations around the globe have endorsed breast milk as the best food for babies, recommending that babies be exclusively breast fed for the first six months of life.
Advent is about more than just calendars filled with chocolate.
How To Carve A Turkey For Thanksgiving [VIDEO]: 7 Easy Steps To Cutting The Perfect Holiday Bird, Plus Tools And Tips
Where and how to cut your Thanksgiving bird can be a tricky feat. Here are some tips.
Global Tourism Outlook 2015: Why France Is Better Off Than Tunisia In The Wake Of Terror Threats And Warnings
“People’s memories are actually quite short about these incidents,” one expert said.
National Dog Show 2015: When And Where To Watch On TV, Live Stream For 14th Annual Thanksgiving Day Special
The show describes itself as "the most widely viewed dog show in America."
Thanksgiving 2015 Last-Minute Dessert Ideas: 5 Easy, Quick Recipes For Pumpkin Bars, Apple Babies, And More
These recipes are perfect when you're in a pinch.
In the wake of Turkish forces downing a Russian warplane, Russia's tourism agency has called for travel packages to Turkey to be suspended.
Is Turkey Buying Oil From ISIS? After Downed Plane, Putin Slams Islamic State's Black Market Fuel Sales
The Islamic State group "has big money, hundreds of millions -- or even billions -- of dollars, from selling oil," the Russian president said.
The U.S. also has a military base in Djibouti, which prepares ships, aircraft and other deployments for "regional and combatant command requirements."
Hillary Clinton's Plan To Control Prescription Drug Prices [VIDEO]: New Ad Targets Insurance Companies
Clinton has strongly criticized pharmaceutical companies previously for exorbitant price hikes.
The U.S. secretary of state's three-day tour is expected to encompass stops in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Ramallah, as well as Abu Dhabi.
The landlord of the apartment, Jawad Bendaoud, was not released.
How Can Countries Cut Down On Carbon Footprints? 2 Studies Examine Solutions In Energy. Farming Sectors
In advance of a major conference on climate change, two studies analyze sectors where trade can act to contract or expand carbon footprints.
Belgium remains at the highest possible alert level.
The terror attacks and ongoing state of emergency in France will not halt international talks on climate change scheduled for Nov. 30-Dec. 11, officials said.
The insurer said Thursday that it might pull out of Affordable Care Act exchanges, citing big losses.
“These trials are among the most unethical research studies I have ever seen,” one critic said.
Who Are Mali Hotel Hostages, Victims? Everything We Know About The Deadly Assault On Radisson Blu In Bamako
Two Malians and one French national were among those who died.
"Did you load it?', 'Let's go'," Sékouba 'Bambino' Diabate, a Guinean singer, said he overheard.
“How do we protect our personnel when they’re taking on somebody with a suicide vest?” NYPD Commissioner William Bratton asked after the Paris attacks.
The new policy is slated to go into effect on Jan. 1.
Russia's New Deadly Missiles: Moscow Conducts First Nighttime Launch Of Iskander-M Tactical Missile System
The Iskander missile system has been described as versatile, precise and deadly. An analyst said it "drastically changes the balance of force in conflicts."
Famous Syrian Americans: Amid Refugee Fearmongering, Remember Steve Jobs, Jerry Seinfeld, Others Of Syrian Descent
If it hadn't been for Syrian immigrants, America would not have been home to Steve Jobs, Jerry Seinfield and many, many others.
The most cost-effective plans don't always appear the cheapest upfront.