Fainy Sukenik believes in vaccines, and her four children are up to date on all their shots.
It's one of the most consequential days in recent memory in Washington, as the results of special counsel Robert Mueller's nearly-two-year-long investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election are released to the public.
In the deepest chasms of the Indian Ocean, a mysterious new creature's been spotted, potentially for the first time.
DNA from 13th century remains buried in a pit in Lebanon is shedding light on the lives of Crusader soldiers and how they mixed with the local population, a new study shows.
Russian authorities are growing increasingly concerned about a polar bear that has been wandering in a village hundreds of miles from its usual habitat in search of food, according to local reports.
Facebook has banned a number of far-right groups and their leaders in the United Kingdom after determining that they "spread hate."
Creators of the Netflix show "Stranger Things" failed to get a plagiarism lawsuit against them dismissed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet in Russia later this month, the Kremlin announced Thursday.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek ended the season with an update on his battle with cancer, saying he is "feeling good" and will be back to tape the next season.
He is Liverpool's star man on the pitch, but Mo Salah's most important work could come in his campaigning for better treatment of women in the Muslim world.
Along the busy main highway between the capital of San Jose and the surfer-friendly beach town of Jaco is Costa Rica's most unusual tourist attraction.
Reality TV star and businesswoman Kim Kardashian gives a tour of her bathroom and clarifies how her basin-less sink works.
Five goals in the first half. Seven by full-time. And another, potentially decisive strike, dramatically ruled out by the video assistant referee (VAR) in injury time.
Botswana has unveiled a blue diamond whose value could outstrip that of the storied Hope Diamond: the 20.46-carat, close-to-flawless Okavango Blue.
Russian researchers have found liquid blood and urine inside the frozen carcass of a foal that died 42,000 years ago in Siberia's Verkhoyansk region.