About one in seven people live with what's ranked the second-most debilitating disease on the planet, right after back pain: migraine. Though the causes are unclear, migraine is a serious neurological disease that often runs in families. But the malady is not often taken seriously, in part because the headaches, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea, dizziness, and a host of other symptoms affect three times as many women as men. Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with migraine expert Dr. William Young; Linda Porter, of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, about migraine research; Katherine Foxhall, author of "Migraine: A History"; and Cincinnati artist Priya Rama, whose migraine visions have become key to her art.
Last month about 200 survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp returned to the site where 1.1 million people were murdered – Jews, Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, gypsies, and others. Their ceremony, marking the 75th anniversary of their liberation, was a tribute to the living, and a lament for the dead. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Ronald Lauder, the chairman of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Foundation and president of the World Jewish Congress, and with men and women who survived the Nazi horror and returned, about their dedication to bearing witness about those who perished to a younger generation, many of whom do not even know what Auschwitz is.
Harrison Ford has embodied some of the most enduring characters ever put on film as part of the "Star Wars" and Indiana Jones franchises. In his latest movie role he has embarked on one of the most enduring tales of Man's Best Friend ever written: Jack London's "The Call of the Wild." Correspondent Lee Cowan sat down with the Oscar-nominated actor to talk about performing opposite a CGI dog; returning to the character of Indiana Jones for another upcoming adventure; and speaking out as an advocate for protecting the environment, among his other passionate causes.
Air Supply, the duo from Australia, has been perfecting their romantic/rock/ballad blend for more than four decades. Correspondent Nancy Giles talked with Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell about their lack of ego, and these musicians' gift for making love out of nothing at all.
The Moulin Rouge, the famous cabaret with a windmill that opened in the Montmartre section of Paris 130 years ago, is still drawing crowds to its spectacular shows featuring a chorus line of often-topless dancers. And it's now the inspiration for a hit Broadway musical. Correspondent Alina Cho visits the landmark that has inspired artists and writers (and even marriage proposals), and talks with its artistic director and dancers, along with the Tony Award-winning set designer of the new Broadway show, "Moulin Rouge!: The Musical."
A youth-focused nonprofit says the NBA star's company improperly used its slogan, "I am more than an athlete."
There are now tens of thousands of confirmed cases globally and more than 2,000 deaths - most of them in mainland China.
The man is alleged to have sent an email to the whistleblower's attorney saying, "we will hunt you down and bleed you out like the pigs you are."
Mississippi was one of a handful of states to pass so-called fetal heartbeat bans in 2019.
A plea deal in 2016 means the former Columbia University obstetrician never saw jail time, dozens of women have since come forward
"Roger Stone and everybody has to be treated fairly. And this has not been a fair process, OK?" the president said.
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Millions of acres have already burned.
Raya Kenney first envisioned a monument to the "Rosies" for a fifth grade school assignment.
At first, David Caldwell didn't believe that the woman taking care of his son also took care of him.
Riley is now in remission, but she's still receiving biweekly chemo treatments.
The Mountain Messenger has been rolling off the presses for 166 years.
The party was clearly a bullseye.
Corey Cunningham was the first patient ever brought to Houston Methodist Hospital to have his bachelor status removed.