(Reuters Health) - Black and Hispanic children may be less likely than white kids to survive certain childhood cancers at least in part due to differences in socioeconomic status, a U.S. study.. Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India
According to WhoWhatWear.com, "When Rihanna is one of your childhoods friends, run-of-the-mill, pastel chiffon bridesmaid dresses just won't cut it. Sonita Alexander had her bridesmaids wear beautiful..
Neil Heinen sits down with Renee Moe, president and CEO of the United Way of Dane County and Corey Chambas, the United Way of Dane County 2018 chair, and also the president and CEO of First Business...
Reggie Griffiths, two, from Knutton in Staffordshire was diagnosed with the rare brain condition Sanfilippo syndrome in January, and the disease stops him from speaking and will eventually kill him. MailOnline
A childhood injury left Alonzo Clemons with severe brain damage. He can't read or write or do math. And yet, as naturally as the rest of us breathe, Clemons can create beautifully intricate sculptures.. CBS News
The family of Aretha Franklin continues to plan memorial events following the legendary singer's death on Thursday at the age of 76. Back in 2011 for "CBS Sunday Morning," Anthony Mason had the chance.. CBS News
Dear Abby: My husband and I are proud parents of our first child, a girl. Despite his excitement and pride, her arrival has caused his childhood sexual abuse by his stepfather to resurface with more.. SFGate
"Crazy Rich Asians" hit theaters Wednesday and the big question will be how closely this movie mirrors the plot of its source material: Kevin Kwan's 2013 novel. We rounded up a few of our favorite.. USATODAY.com
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge in Washington who ruled against the Trump administration’s plans to end a federal program that shields some young immigrants from deportation won’t require the.. Seattle Times
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City woman who helped usher in the civil rights movement says spending weekends protesting made for an unusual childhood but taught valuable lessons. Marilyn Luper.. Seattle Times