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Health officials have issued an unprecedented warning to pregnant women, telling them not to travel to parts of Miami-Dade County, amid dozens of confirmed cases of locally transmitted Zika virus.
Megan McCormick discovers the rich folklore and history of Poland.
A year and a half into the war, Yemen’s health system has broken down, and the population is facing the threat of starvation.
In the second part of an explosive double episode, Gerry fights to clear his name before his enemies catch up with him.
Rose is stalked by Richard Millar, the man who caused her to be thrown out of the Police force.
Watts is home to the largest concentration of public housing west of the Mississippi.
A 10th century Persian tale of star-crossed lovers is the basis for a stunning production.
The U.S. military carried out two airstrikes in Libya against ISIS fighters on Monday in the latest escalation of the U.S. war against the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
Republicans were armed with verbal grenades and stink bombs, while the Democrats were using vocal stilettos and higher-toned rhetoric.
Over the past 10 days, a series of court rulings have struck down new voting restrictions in North Carolina, Wisconsin, Kansas and Texas.
Protests continued to break out on the floor of the Democratic National Convention Thursday, as chants of "No more war" could be heard throughout the final night.
"America doesn't need a political pyromaniac for president."