Cheney visited his doctor's office in Washington after feeling minor discomfort in his calf. An ultrasound showed the blood clot, called a deep venous thrombosis, in his left lower leg. Blood clots that form deep in the legs can become killers if they break off and float into the lungs.
Having just lost in court, a CIA kidnap victim asks why the U.S. won't admit its error. On New Years Eve in 2003, this man was seized at the border of Serbia and Macedonia. Detained incommunicado for more than three weeks he was then handed over to the CIA and was stripped, severely beaten, shackled, dressed in a diaper, injected with drugs, chained...
Some of New Orleans' most desperate, run-down schools are beset with a severe shortage of teachers, and they are struggling mightily to attract candidates by appealing to their sense of adventure and desire to make a difference.
How to figure the greatest pitchers of all time? Counting up career totals for telling statistics like wins, innings pitched and earned run average (ERA--the average number of runs a pitcher gives up per nine innings) doesn't do the trick by itself.
In 2002, ABC made the decision to not renew Bill Maher's contract after he made some disgraceful comments on his program "Politically Incorrect" concerning America's military response to 9/11. After what transpired on "Real Time" Friday, the heads of HBO should be equally outraged, if not more.
The deaths of at least 20 people this week in Georgia and Alabama have served as a tragic reminder that devastating tornadoes can strike anytime and anywhere. But whatever the season, the United States is no stranger to the violent columns of twisting air. At around 800 strikes annually, the U.S. is battered by more twisters than any other country in the...
Florida prosecutors charged an astronaut Friday with trying to kidnap a romantic rival, but they declined to file an attempted murder charge recommended by police. Lisa Nowak, 43, was formally charged almost a month after she was arrested at an Orlando airport parking lot.
THE FACTS: It's one of the most well-known medical bromides around: starve a cold, feed a fever. Or is it feed a cold, starve a fever?
Either way, it may not matter. Scientists have found little evidence for either one.
Tech E Blog showcases to you the "Top 20 Strangest Gadgets and Accessories" that their editors have come across in recent time.
The dishmaker is a research prototype made by Sam Sarcia and Subodh Paudel for a new kitchen appliance that products different dishes on demand and recycles them once you've finished eating