Sergei Skripal is "improving rapidly," while his daughter can now look forward to leaving hospital.
A New Zealand man admitted in court that he lied about being forced to drink a poison in order to coerce a woman into having sex.
The back-and-forth blame has continued between British and Russian officials since the March 4 incident.
Death by Tide pod is not the way to go.
The syringes contain enough poison to kill dogs on contact, police said.
A woman in Vermont made ricin and tested it on her neighbors living at a senior living facility.
"Salivation, tears, urinating on yourself, sweating, diarrhea, throwing up...all of that's going to happen."
Tensions are high between the two nations after a relative of the North Korean leader was poisoned and died in Kuala Lumpur.
Spicer misspoke, but perhaps because Trump is not too troubled by the Holocaust.
The Siberian region declared a state of emergency after more than 100 people were poisoned.
The U.S. Treasury is trying to enforce U.S. law. John Kerry is telling foreign banks to ignore it.
Rebels open a new front in contested city, trying to break the government's siege.