Chronic lower-back pain and degenerative arthritis of the spine are affecting more and more soldiers fighting in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. So the military has had to devise new ways to treat and manage these injuries. Managing the pain is an...
Moammar Gadhafi's regime drove out pockets of rebel fighters who were keeping a tenuous hold around oil facilities in a key port city, showing growing strength Saturday after days of relentless shelling against rebels.
The blast destroyed a building at the Fukushima plant, but there has not been a meltdown. And though there have been reports of radiation detected at the plant, Japan's prime minister says no citizens have been affected. The area has been...
The music conference in Austin, Texas, begins on Wednesday. What started 25 years ago as a place to showcase new bands and hear them has changed over the years to include a film festival and an interactive conference. In some ways, the music part of...
The Libyan leader's fighters now control Ras Lanuf and its oil refinery.
Last week, the freshman senator delivered a stinging rebuke of President Obama, saying the president has failed to take the lead in negotiations over the budget. Up for re-election next year in a state that voted for John McCain, Manchin has also...
The death toll is climbing. Rescuers are struggling to get to survivors. And the world is watching anxiously to see if crippled nuclear power plants can be safely shut down.
The bus overturned and skidded into a pole, shearing off much of its top.
Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami bring back images closer to home, from the floods caused by Hurricane Katrina to the devastation of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in Northern California.
The conflict between Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's forces and anti-government rebels runs from East to West, along the coastal highway. But in the villages scattered nearby, you'll find a glimpse of the hardships ordinary Libyans...