Anyone who has suffered from back pain knows that when the throbbing gets bad enough, you’ll try anything to find relief heating pads, acupuncture, pain relievers, physical therapy, even poking yourself with toothpicks.
When it comes to making important changes in interest rates, the big-time bankers of New York, Chicago and San Francisco have recently taken a back seat to Philadelphia's John R. Bunting, the controversial chief of the First Pennsylvania Banking & Trust Co.
We know what the birth of a revolution looks like: A student stands before a tank. A fruit seller sets himself on fire.
Four teenagers were arraigned Thursday on charges connected to the alleged gang rape of a 15-year-old girl on a high school campus after a homecoming dance. All of those arraigned are due back in court on November 5
If any pill has been shown undeniably to work in clinical trials, it is the sugar pill, along with its close cousin, the sham treatment.
Football legend Diego Maradona had his earrings seized by Italian authorities Friday to help pay off his back taxes, according to media reports. The current coach of Argentina’s national team was staying at a clinic in northern Italy in a bid to lose weight when finance police swooped, Reuters.com reported
The foster father of a missing California boy with cerebral palsy says he left the child alone near his car before the child vanished five days ago from a shoe store parking lot. Louis Ross told HLN’s Nancy Grace that he left 5-year-old Hassani Campbell outside his BMW for two to five minutes Monday afternoon.
At least 38 people are feared dead in landslides and heavy rains in two hilly hamlets of northern India, authorities said Saturday. The Irishman, returning to form ahead of the defense of his PGA Championship title, leads by one shot at the World Golf Championships event following a one-under-par 69 in the second round on Friday. Harrington, who will be paired with world No.
John Spieker stood on the back porch of his newly rented Bailey, Colorado, home, thankful for his Good Samaritan landlord and worried that his previous home, parked in the driveway, wouldn’t get him to work the next day. His 1977 Toyota Dolphin camper, which Spieker rescued from a salvage yard, had carried him, his wife, Katie, and 4-month-old son, Jacob, from Florida to Colorado earlier this summer, a cross-country sojourn in search of work.