Steve Hupp was a career criminal whose life was changed when a robbery went wrong and he found himself sharing a prison cell with a Peruvian shaman. Now, Hupp and his family have opened an Ayahuasca church deep in the Bible Belt of Kentucky.
Research has suggested that there may be a link between pre-natal hormone levels and differences in finger length.
One victim testified that the article put out by the Boston Globe emboldened him to come forward with his own story of abuse.
State assistance programs can make life bearable again for caregivers in remote areas struggling to provide around-the-clock help.
Somehow the things we want, for whatever reason we want them, are there for us, just in time.
Kathrine Switzer, 70, the first woman to officially compete in the Boston Marathon, will be among an estimated 13,700 racing on Monday.
Charity wants to 'empower veterans with gaming' and help ease anxiety disorders.
Moscow's attempts to regain influence in the Balkans shows the perils of backing off Russia.
A group of psychologists say body-oriented therapies can heal the deepest layers of the brain—and they're hoping neuroscience will prove them right.
How four men were wrongly convicted in a Philadelphia sexual assault case.
There are many classical precedents for current anti-immigrant and anti-foreigner fervor.
The Yupik people of Togiak are watching their world melt away from under their feet.
A NASCAR\'s version of the Ray Rice episode includes congressmen, a Playboy Playmate and a woman who may or may not be a professional killer.
Clues about a stunning twist in the plot to kill Abraham Lincoln may be hidden in a forgotten subway tunnel