Jessica Simpson has welcomed her second child.
Reaserchers analyzed the DNA structure of 1,779 young adults and their mothers. What they found was, children of older fathers have genetic benefits including traits that could increase life expectancy as well as the ability to procreate later in life. Geneticists have already known that life expectancy is linked to the length of the […]
As the residents of Moneygall ready themselves to play host to Barack Obama on May 23, many hope the visit will bring the Irish village exactly what the President’s great-great-great-grandfather sought when he left there 150 years ago: prosperity. It takes less than a minute to drive through Obama’s ancestral hometown, a sleepy and typical rural village whose main attractions are a single pub, a corner shop, a post office and a football field.
Three teenagers have been charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 16-year-old boy whose beating was captured on amateur video. Nineteen-year-old Silvanus Shannon, 16-year-old Eric Carson and 18-year-old Eugene Riley were charged as adults with first degree felony murder, said Tandra Simonton, spokesperson for the Cook County States Attorney.
A survivor from the typhoon that devastated Taiwan told how she and her grandson were surrounded by rising water in their mountain village. The pair lived in Shao Lin, a village in the south wiped out by Typhoon Morakot which swept over Taiwan last weekend. Authorities said mudslides demolished more than 100 homes and killed a still unknown number of residents
U.S. authorities have ratcheted up pressure on one of Mexico’s most notorious drug cartels, releasing new details about the so-called Gulf Cartel’s operations and offering up to a $50 million reward for the arrest of its leaders.
A former Iranian deputy prime minister who headed a group supporting increased freedom and democracy was pulled from his hospital bed and arrested Wednesday in Tehran, his granddaughter told CNN.
Christian Eshiett was a rambunctious pre-teen who spent a lot of time cavorting with his friends in southern Nigeria. He would skip school and run away from home for days, frustrating his grandfather, who oversaw the boy’s care. “I beat him severely with canes until they broke, yet he never shed a tear,” said Eshiett Nelson Eshiett, 76
The apartment was a flurry of activity. Brother and sister Ren Qiang and Ren Yan were bursting with energy