Hillary Clinton engaged a heckler at the University at Buffalo after he shouted at her about the attack in Benghazi during a public event.
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VIDEO: Anonymous donor ensures Worcester Catholic School will remain open
After an anonymous donation the Worcester Catholic School will remain open. The 70-year-old school was going to close its doors in June.
Racism linked to infant mortality, learning disabilities
In the long list of health disparities that vex and disproportionately affect the lives of African-Americans - diabetes, cancer and obesity among them - one of the earliest and, it turns out, most significant, may be just when a black child is born.
VIDEO: College basketball player hit by police officer while crossing street
An Ohio college student is recovering after she was struck by a police car.
Man injured in industrial accident
An Ada man was seriously injured by flying debris at a local industrial plant in Ada Thursday morning.
Emergency officials were called to Flex-N-Gate just after 8 a.m.
La Russa, Cox and Torre built Hall of Fame careers on leadership
Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre are among the most successful managers ever to coach in major league baseball. Appreciating their careers - and their election this week to baseball's Hall of Fame - is as much as a study in leadership style as baseball stats.
Viral video: Auburn fan's Christmas light show features Iron Bowl radio call
Auburn fan Robert Burton of Fayetteville, Ga., went all out to combine his holiday decorating with a celebration of the Tigers’ Iron Bowl win over Alabama. His Christmas light display includes a radio call of the final play in one of college football's most dramatic finishes.
Judges deny chimpanzees 'personhood'
Three lawsuits filed last week that attempted to achieve "legal personhood" for four chimpanzees living in New York have been struck down.
- Hearing postponed for man charged with first-degree murder
Harvard study finds diet changes gut bacteria within a day
A change in diet quickly alters the types of bacteria living in the human gut, a finding that suggests this rapid adaptability to different foods can be used to control illnesses tied to stomach microbes, researchers said.
Personal genetic tests face sharper scrutiny after 23andMe
23andMe Inc.'s clash with U.S. regulators over the direct sale of its gene analysis service to consumers signals stiffer oversight of thousands of tests in an industry predicted to increase fivefold in size.
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