MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — Dr. John Aldis had no way of knowing when he graduated from medical school 44 years ago that something else from that same time - the federal Food and Drug Administration's approval of the naloxone, a medication that reverses opiate overdoses - would become an important part of his practice.
Howeve ... (full story)
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) — When Jazmin Elizondo Arias was born in 1991, someone goofed and noted on her birth certificate that she was male.
As the years passed and Elizondo grew up, the mix-up never caused any problems. So she never bothered to try to correct the record officially, something that others in her situation f ... (full story)
WILLARD, Wash. (AP) — To find the largest waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge, all that's required is a drive out Interstate 84 to the many viewpoints and trailheads east of Portland.
To find the largest trees in the Gorge, however, you're in for a lot more work.
In an area with a long history of logging, precious few ... (full story)
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's quest to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, perhaps by moving some detainees to the United States, has fostered an unusual alliance between his congressional critics and liberal-leaning advocacy groups that say changing the detention facility's ZIP code won't solve the problem. ... (full story)
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Omi Rahman Pial has changed homes five times in the last three months. He hasn't seen his young daughter in weeks and is afraid to be seen on the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh's capital and home to several grisly killings of secular bloggers like him.
"I am a refugee in my own country," he ... (full story)