Two Orlando-area hospitals will forgive more than $5 million in medical bills for victims of the June 12 attack at Pulse nightclub, which killed 49 people and injured dozens more.
Advocates say this first-in-the-nation study can lay the groundwork for improving the lives of lesbian, gay, and bisexual high school students across the country.
The National Football League will not allow players to wear helmet decals to honor the memory of five Dallas officers fatally shot in July, following similar controversies over basketball players' wish to express views on police violence.
A 25-year-old law has failed to put an end to pesky automated sales calls and scams, but now Google, Apple, and others are teaming up with the Federal Communications Commission in an attempt to curb the scourge.
The Louisiana city has had a tumultuous summer. But, for some, community efforts to exchange division for generosity have sparked a glimmer of hope that things could be different.
Critics say that presidents who stay on vacation during times of state emergencies can be perceived as a symbol of official neglect.
A recovered hedgehog is held in gloved hands before its release near Kecskemet, Hungary, on Wednesday. Some forty previously injured and rehabilitated animals belonging to the protected species were released into the wild as a result of the joint efforts of the Kecskemet Zoo and Kiskunsag National Park.
With more states legalizing marijuana, use of the drug has doubled in the United States in the last three years and is on track to overtake the now-declining number of tobacco users.
On Monday, the US federal regulator started a ban on sales of e-cigarettes to people under 18 and requires products on the market since 2007 to undergo federal review.