Long and crowded journeys are ahead for those returning home to ring in the Year of the Monkey.
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"Even though I had glimmers of hope of what my life might be like if I could stop using, I could never stop."
Danielle Belton, associate editor at The Root, talks about what’s trending in the world of social media this week.
Researchers found active Zika virus in urine and saliva samples, meaning it might be possible to transmit it through those fluids.
The Catholic Church and the Russian Orthodox Church split during what was called the Great Schism of 1054.
The rate of tuberculosis in Marion is 100 times greater than the state average, and worse than in many developing countries.
The co-founder of the Innocence Project explains the problems with certain types of evidence, such as bite marks.
Medical researchers often use race to define health risks. But a geneticist and a sociologist say racial categories don't accurately reflect who people are, and that science has to change.
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Law enforcement warns there’s a darker side to all the fun – sex traffickers trying to cash in on the big event.
Clinton's use of a private email server has become an issue in her presidential bid. Here's what we know about the FBI's investigation, whether she could be charged with a crime and what happens next.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, talks with Mary Louise Kelly about how the Zika virus may spread.
"We love you, Dave Mirra. We're going to miss you," says the mayor of Greenville, N.C., the town where the legendary X Games athlete lived for years.
The foot-stomping, folk-rock hit-makers behind "Ho Hey" premiere their first new music since 2012.
At least two people were seriously injured when the crane collapsed early Friday, the New York City Fire Department says. Several cars in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood were crushed.
Chile's selection for the Oscar for foreign language film is admirable but arduous, following a story of defrocked priests living in a house together.
It's a show full of good tunes as we visit with the CW's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and take a tour of the recent spate of televised live musicals (with more to come).
Also: The CDC offers more Zika advice to pregnant women; Saudi Arabia is willing to send troops to Syria; and the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Competition is in full swing in Wisconsin.