President Donald Trump is being praised by white nationalists after spreading information regarding white South African farmers.
Single white men with a previous history of mental health disorders are the likeliest to die from drug overdoses, particularly those involving heroin, the report said.
The country's 87 richest families collectively owned nearly $200 billion.
About 700 women die during childbirth in the U.S. every year.
The benefits of breastfeeding for children and mothers are irrefutable.
Genetic research has nearly excluded an entire continent. A massive effort to remedy that could change the future of cancer treatment—and of science.
Researchers blame plus-size representation for normalizing the unhealthy behaviors that lead to obesity.
A study found recurring exposure to police killings led to a loss of self-worth, aggravated trauma and a fear and expectation of death among black Americans.
This genetic variant may help explain different health disparities between those of African and European decent.
Kelly Marie Tran, who played Rose Tico in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," deleted her Instagram account after abuse from aggrieved "Star Wars" fans, after having previously attempted to reach out.
ABC isn't the only network with sitcoms about "tight-knit, working class" families.
The study also found that Republican-appointed judges give shorter sentences to women compared to Democrat-appointed judges.
He also took a lighthearted swipe at President Donald Trump, who gave the commencement address at Liberty University last year.
Wolf's performance will be remembered as more consequential than Stephen Colbert's similarly iconoclastic act at the 2006 press correspondent's dinner where he excoriated President George W. Bush to his face.
The judge has been on the bench since 2006 and will now begin a transition to "private life."
The 2020 census and most federal surveys don't ask people to disclose their sexual orientation or gender identity. That means there's no official count of LGBT people in the country.
The government in Pretoria is considering whether to expropriate their farmland without offering compensation.
The gap widens even more when discretionary bonuses are taken into account.