After spending the first 100 days of her tenure on the sidelines, Dr. Betsy Nabel, the NFL's chief health and medical adviser, addressed the media for the first time Tuesday and laid out an agenda that emphasizes injury research and prevention.
Vienna's streets just got a little more gay-friendly. Austria's capital has reprogrammed 49 of its pedestrian traffic lights, replacing the gender-neutral figures with same-sex couples ahead of the Eurovision Song Contest, a competition that's popular with the international gay community.
For a network that has traditionally made few changes, CBS has a few big ones coming in the fall, including the end of "CSI" after 15 years. Here are five things we learned about the new schedule for the "Eye" network.
It took NBA star Shaquille O'Neal 11 years to earn his undergraduate degree. Wisconsin grandmother Mary Jo Meyer needed 42 years to get hers. But when it comes to extended college careers, Anthony Brutto, 94, has them both beat by a mile.
If your school-age child suffers a concussion, how well will he or she do when returning to school and trying to learn? A new study in the journal Pediatrics says that depends on two major factors: how severe the concussion symptoms your child is having and the grade level of the child.
A woman who allegedly broke into singer Chris Brown's house, lived there for several days and vandalized his home and cars, was charged Friday, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced.
NBC is going to be a very new network come fall. The peacock network was first out of the gate on Sunday with its new schedule, after canceling a number of series in recent days. After ratings failed to live up to expectations on a few nights this season, the network is starting over with some new shows.
The director of a Georgia school apologized for calling out "all the black people" who left a graduation ceremony during the valedictorian's speech. Nancy Gordeuk, director of TNT Academy in Stone Mountain, was recorded making the controversial remark toward the end of Friday's ceremony.
After losing more than 4,000 people to Ebola, Liberia has now been declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be free of the disease. I wish I were there to hug the wonderful people I met when I visited at the height of the epidemic in September, when any contact, even shaking hands, was forbidden.
Chewing tobacco has long been a tradition in baseball, but that tradition could be on its way out in one big-league city. San Francisco on Friday banned smokeless tobacco at all sports venues, including AT&T Park, home of the city's Major League Baseball team, the Giants.