Seven-year-old Paul’s knee grew to the 'size of an orange'
On US campuses the new buzz-word is 'microaggression', and it even can apply to a seemingly innocent enquiry about someone's origins. Fred Barbash enters a verbal minefield
'It was terribly awkward'
The so-called Motor Voter Act seeks to improve voter turnout in the Golden State
Following the operation, Dan Maurer says he now has a 'second chance at life'
The law says terminally ill patients who have been given six months or less to live may end their own lives using drugs approved by two doctors
Jennifer Medina said 'everything just collapsed' when she realised who the patient was
Police found a list of victims that the pupils wanted to target in the shooting
'Project Daniel' started with the story of one boy, but this new initiative is now providing low-cost prosthetics in a war-torn nation
Case raises questions about use of wearable technology in everyday life
A troubling documentaty- not about the masking itself- but about society's obsession with physical perfection and sexual availability
Campaigners are calling for research into the number of bird deaths caused by green energy
On Saturday night in California he returns after a 14-month exile to defend his WBA super-middleweight title against the unbeaten Edwin 'La Bomba' Rodriguez
Two burglars who allegedly broke into a woman's house in California were shocked to discover their victim was a competitive axe-thrower who kept her axe by her bedside.
Her family have demanded answers after the frail 57-year-old was found on stairs just outside San Francisco General a full 17 days after she disappeared