The NIH announced Thursday that the patient is expected to arrive Friday at its hospital in Bethesda.
Schizophrenic who killed and dismembered girlfriend with a sword is now eligible for release from a Washington state mental hospital.
It’s a done deal according to some. The Kansas House needed 63 yes votes to kill the current school funding formula. They got 64.
Investigators looked into whether the recent deal to publish Harper Lee’s “To Kill A Mockingbird” sequel involved financial fraud.
8:45 P.M. : About 50 people have gathered at a public plaza in downtown Ferguson near the police station for a vigil.
“Human factors played a dominant role” in the explosion at the plant near Monaca, about 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.
Ebola derailed child immunizations in hard-hit West Africa, leaving thousands more children vulnerable to illnesses like measles.
Parts of Cape Cod look a little bit like the Arctic Circle this week.
911 dispatchers have released the audio of their operations surrounding the murder of an Oakland mom who died protecting her children.
We are beginning to learn the identities of the Marines and soldiers killed in the Black Hawk crash in Navarre, Florida.
Kansas manufacturer of water tanks and other products is facing fines of $60,200 for allegedly exposing welders to toxic fumes.
Just in time for us to start singing about spring instead of snow, Disney is making it official. “Frozen 2” is going to happen!
Alexander was held out of the Jayhawks’ final three regular-season games.
A federal jury has ordered the NFL to pay nearly $76,000 to fans affected by the 2011 Super Bowl seating mess in Texas.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks wants a stretch of the Arkansas River added to the National Water Trails system.