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Singer, guitarist and Country Music Hall of Famer Glen Campbell has died after a very public struggle with Alzheimer's disease. He was 81.

With price hikes and rising demand, the drug naloxone, which can reverse an opioid overdose, is taking up an ever-larger share of emergency department budgets.

The terror network abducted him in northeast Nigeria. His father was killed trying to rescue him. What would he do next?

It's the sixth time South African President Jacob Zuma has faced a possible vote of no confidence — and for the first time, the vote was held by secret ballot.

"Max is not going to text me back. I'm not going to hear his voice again," Mayor Megan Barry said of her only child. The 22-year-old died last month of an apparent overdose near Denver.

A small number of passionate "shadow-lovers" roam the world to be at exactly the right place when the moon blots out the sun. One man has seen 33 — and calls each "one of the top events of my life."

Former CIA operative Daniel Hoffman spent five years in Moscow. He's certain the Russians meddled in last year's presidential election and intended that some of their activities be exposed.

Minecraft, one of the most popular video games in the world, is touted for its educational possibilities. But is that potential really accessible to all?

Psychologist Jean Twenge has observed dramatic shifts in behavior among children who go through adolescence with smartphones. They're spending less time with friends and reporting greater anxiety.

In Leipzig, Germany, two scientists from very different backgrounds are working on a unique research project.

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