The deal follows other blockbuster agreements struck by Nike with Ohio State and the University of Texas.
The small donkeys are federally protected animals, but cause problems like digging up plants and walking on highways.
Tony Nong has seen firsthand how the country has changed since the Fall of Saigon in 1975.
The bill deals with how the U.S. regulates chemicals found in common household products, from shampoo to couch cushions.
Long lines at airports across the country have drawn anger from stranded passengers and irate congressmen alike.
The search is part of an inquiry launched in June 2015 into possible tax evasion and money laundering, according to French prosecutors.
With fewer U.S. troops, there's less need to treat combat trauma at the Bagram Air Base hospital. But civilian casualties continue. A surgeon at Bagram has been trying to save an injured girl's leg.
Veterans can visit 14 CVS MinuteClinics in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento, Calif., for simple care, lab tests and prescriptions. Will the experiment work well enough to go nationwide?
As his time in office winds down, President Obama has sought to jettison vestiges of the Cold War and reach out to old rivals, from Vietnam to Cuba and beyond.
The visually twisted video for the Lucius song "Gone Insane" took more than 20,000 photos and a week to shoot.
But it's one thing to make a pledge. Will the participants in the first U.N. World Humanitarian Summit deliver?
Also: Syria blames other countries for yesterday's deadly bombings; Chinese dancers set a mass dance record; and Angelina Jolie will be a visiting professor at a British university.
It's that time again. A fresh bachelorette has to make her way through 26 men, hoping to find a good one, and we have some thoughts.
Migrants and refugees have waited for months at the makeshift camp near Idomeni. They hoped to cross into Macedonia, but the border has been shut. Now they're being transferred to camps farther south.
Brazilian immigrant Roberta Siao says being both a foreigner and mother made it hard to find work in London. At Mazi Mas, a restaurant that trains and employs immigrants, she found more than a job.
Dr. Abraham Nussbaum, author of a book examining the drive toward standardized quality measures and checklists, says he fears medicine is becoming just another job and not the calling it should be.
With their buttery harmonies, the Portland sister trio makes the move from quiet acoustic songs to flourishing anthems.
In the last four years, there's been a 12-point increase in the percent of Asian-Americans who identify as Democrat, according to a new poll. What does that mean for the presidential election?
Researchers found that dogs responded more slowly when volunteers expressed negative emotions — like frowny faces, harsh tones and creased brows — while pointing to treats.
A British film director recently ran across a book called Happy Birthday! (You Poor Old Wreck). The premise: children imagine what it feels like to be 40. Their predictions — not pretty.