Yemen faces world's worst cholera outbreak - UN

Yemen is now facing the worst cholera outbreak anywhere in the world, the United Nations has warned. A statement by Unicef and the World Health Organization says the number of suspected cholera cases in the war-torn country has exceeded 200,000.

A couple claimed they learned to live without food, and news outlets ate it up

The sky is blue. The grass is green. Humans need food and water to survive. Well, unless you believe a story published in several major news outlets over the past week.

Back Mountain people in the news

WILKES-BARRE - Jeremy Peters, of Dallas, received the John P. Moses Award for Public Law at the 68th annual King's College commencement exercises.

Seven stories in the news for today, June 23

The Quebec man charged in the stabbing of a police officer at a Michigan airport says he has no mental or physical problems and does not use alcohol or drugs.

US official: Russia 'hacked' 21 US states in election

Russian hackers targeted election systems in 21 US states during last year's campaign, said a US official. Jeanette Manfra of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) refused to identify the states during her testimony before a Senate panel, citing ...