Kerry Kennedy was just acquitted, and rightly so, of “drugged driving” — she mistook a sleeping pill for her thyroid medication and conked out at the wheel.
KAMPALA, Uganda - Six more patients suspected of having Ebola have been admitted to the hospital days after investigators confirmed an outbreak of the highly infectious disease in a remote corner of western Uganda, a health official said on Monday.
MOGADISHU, Somalia — Mortars fired by Islamic militants slammed
into Somalia's airport as the president was boarding a plane
Thursday, sparking battles that killed at least 24 people when
return fire hit residential areas and a market, officials said.
NAIROBI, Kenya — One of the most wanted fugitives in Rwanda's
genocide, an intelligence officer accused of organizing the
slaughter of civilians, including a ceremonial queen, was arrested
in Uganda this week, Ugandan and Rwandan officials said
WASHINGTON — They call it kangaroo care: A premature baby
nestles skin-to-skin against mom's bare, warm chest. In Malawi,
mothers' bodies take the place of too-pricey incubators to keep
these fragile newborns alive.
MOGADISHU, Somalia — Even in a country that has endured so much
suffering, few images could more tragically convey the senseless
violence gripping Somalia today than the expressionless stare of a
5-year-old boy named Omar.
They're back, all 38,800 of them, including a record 7,000
freshmen. Yes, the University of Arizona Wildcats started fall
classes on Monday.
Like so many cats on campus, Saliwat Muwanga came to Tucson by
way of Southern California.