Masimo Corporation's chief executive is a leading voice in the movement to reduce medical errors, but the Food and Drug Administration says his company isn't properly investigating complaints.
Six months after the Boeing 777 disappeared without a trace, searchers are hoping something can still be found on the seabed.
Much of the evidence used against Ed Graf, in prison since 1986 for setting a fire that killed his stepsons, is now considered junk science. His is one of many old arson cases Texas is re-examining.
The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong largely have been peaceful, but many mainland Chinese see the demonstrators as spoiled troublemakers who are asking for too much, too soon.
There's a company town in Liberia with 80,000 residents. Ebola was first detected in March. Firestone's resourceful response has kept the virus from spreading.
As thousands more same-sex couples marry all over the country, this legal climate change becomes a kind of fait accompli.
The Supreme Court surprised many by refusing to weigh in on gay marriage Monday. And it prompted a question: What does this mean for same-sex couples in 20 states that still have a ban?
The U.S. Supreme Court blindsided many by refusing to even consider re–instating a ban on same–sex marriages in five states. GPB's Michael Caputo discussed how the decision impacts gay couples with Tanya Washington associate professor of law at Georgia State University. Get the full interview.
To protest the shooting death of Ferguson, Mo., teenager Mike Brown, audience members at a St. Louis Symphony concert unfurled banners and stood to sing an old union song.
Baby boomers, Generation X, millennials every generation has a name. But where do these names come from, who chooses them, and why do we need them?