Authorities in Georgia say Chris Kelly, a member of the 90s rap duo Kriss Cross, has died in Atlanta. Investigator Betty Honey of the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office said the 34-year-old Kelley was pronounced dead around 5 pm local time Wednesday at the Atlanta Medical Center.
A sweeping study released Wednesday covering 60 years of sexual abuse allegations against the U.S.
Several studies suggest a link between caffeine consumption and risk of miscarriage. But the cause and effect has never been clear: does caffeine increase a woman’s risk of miscarrying, or do women who are already at low risk for miscarriage tend not to drink caffeine?
A high-speed passenger train left its tracks on the outskirts of Split, Croatia, Friday, killing at least six people and injuring 45, according to Croatian police. The train was on its way from the Croatian capital, Zagreb, when it derailed about 20 kilometers (12 miles) from it’s destination of Split about noon, said Marina Kraljevic-Gudelj, a spokeswoman for police in Split.
Unlike television crime shows in which machines can instantly spit out results, toxicology testing to determine what drugs are in a person’s body can be a long and painstaking process. The Los Angeles County coroner’s office estimates that toxicology tests on the body of Michael Jackson could take six to eight weeks. The results are needed to determine the singer’s cause of death, a spokesman for the coroner said
Mexico’s Institute of Social Security, which oversaw the day-care facility where 44 children died in a fire last week, removed its director in the state where the tragedy occurred, the state-run news agency Notimex reported. Arturo Leyva Lizarraga, director of the agency in Sonora state, was “separated” from the agency Wednesday to “facilitate the investigative process,” according to Notimex. Earlier in the week, two people who ran the day-care center resigned from government jobs they also held
A pathologist hired by the family of one of two women whose mysterious deaths in Thailand drew worldwide attention says her "lungs were 100 percent congested," Jill St.
This is not the time to fight with your boss. but after more than a decade as TIME’s hockey-beat writer, a job I wrestled from no one, my editor, Josh Tyrangiel, has refused to hear any more of my hockey-story pitches, arguing that the sport is not relevant enough to be in a mass-circulation magazine
NATO intends to expel two Russian diplomats from its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Thursday. Activists in the East African nation are urging women to withhold sex for a week to protest the growing divide in Kenya’s coalition government. “We are asking even sex workers to join the cause, even if we have to pay them ourselves,” said Patricia Nyaundi, executive director of the Federation of Women Lawyers in Kenya
The fight for political reform in Kenya has moved into an unlikely venue — the nation’s bedrooms.