A pediatric cancer charity is offering to pay for 7-year-old cancer survivor Josh Hardy to receive lifesaving medication that could cure him of a potentially deadly virus. But Chimerix, the pharmaceutical company that produces the medication, is still refusing to give Josh the treatment he so desperately needs.
As the largest school district in West Virginia mulls instituting a dress code for all employees, some top educators in Kanawha County say there’s no need to tell professional educators what to wear in the classroom.
Officials at Lakewood Church, the Houston church made famous by its pastor, Joel Osteen, announced Tuesday that $600,000 in Sunday donations were stolen from its safe last weekend, MyFoxHouston.com reported.
Apple just released iOS 7.1 to the public on Monday but now it’s time to move on. We first saw details surrounding Apple’s upcoming iOS 8 update begin to trickle out last month, including the uncovering of a new Healthbook app that will see Apple’s mobile platform join the recent rush of fitness-related apps and features that are pouring into smartphones.
The Organization of American States -- which dates back to 1948 and now includes all 35 nations of the Western Hemisphere -- increasingly has become a thorn in the side of U.S. policy and a flashpoint for hawkish members of Congress who assail its allegedly "feckless" leadership.
The increasingly arrogant pop prince Justin Bieber took bratty to a whole new level in a four-and-a-half hour deposition video recorded last week in Miami after one of his bodyguards was accused of roughing up a photographer.
A long-simmering dispute between U.S. senators and the CIA flared on Tuesday as a top-ranking lawmaker publicly accused the agency of snooping on congressional staffers -- and another said that if the allegations are true, Congress "should declare war on the CIA."