"Congress must summon the courage to correct this antiquated law called the Feres doctrine that has harmed our troops," attorney Natalie Khawam, who represents a dying U.S. Army Special Forces soldier, told Newsweek.
A new bill in Congress could finally allow U.S. service members to sue the military in cases of medical malpractice.
At least half of pregnancy terminations involve drugs rather than surgery, research has found.
"They amputated the other leg. Not the right, but the left at the mid-thigh!' the elderly woman's son told a local news outlet in central Russia.
The doctor borrowed the money about 20 years ago and claims she was set up by the patient.
State Sen. Jim Dabakis reported feeling just "a bit buzzed" after eating a marijuana-infused gummy.
Authorities confirmed to Newsweek they were responding to reports of an active shooter.
"You know, we had it beaten, but one man—I'm sure nobody knows who I'm talking about— voted no, shockingly."
This year, 141 men and 30 women were accepted into Tokyo Medical University.
The investigation could result in the professional being permanently banned from medicine.
Valery Pshenichny was accused of embezzling $1.6 million while carrying out a contract for the Russian defense ministry.
Attendees must have the proper medicinal paperwork.
More women are competing in Pyeongchang than previous Winter Games, but it's still not equal.
"The momentum behind marijuana law reform will not only continue but increase as we head into 2018."
Don't worry. The weed wine is guaranteed hangover-free.
So is it possible to get cancer from a donated organ? The answer seems to be yes.
Symptoms include fatigue, muscle weakness, fever, sinus congestion, burning eyes and incoherent speech.
"If you still have a brain that's alive...then to take that head off and take the body away, are we possibly killing someone?"