(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering updating its blood donation policy, which currently places some restrictions on blood donations from sexually active gay and bisexual men. In a statement, an FDA spokesperson said, "While we can't comment on what might be... Read More.
(LAS VEGAS) -- As the Republican Party continues to reel from its disappointing midterms showing, prominent conservatives are participating in this weekend's Republican Jewish Coalition's leadership meeting. The annual meeting in Las Vegas is a popular stop for party figures looking to connect with a key... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday will address her "future plans" in Democratic leadership, according to her spokesperson, a decision that will have a major impact on Democrats in their new position as House minority. "Speaker Pelosi has been overwhelmed by calls from... Read More.
CLEARFIELD – A sexually-violent predator from DuBois will serve between 15 months and five years in state prison for failing to register his address with police under Megan’s Law. On Monday, 57-year-old Ralph Glatt was sentenced in Clearfield County Court. DuBois City Police filed charges against... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Relaxed PSA screening guidelines may be leading to more late-stage cancer diagnoses, and the current recommendations updated to address this concern might preferentially serve white men, a new study suggests. One in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their... Read More.
(PARKLAND, Fla.) -- Family members of the 17 students and staff killed in the Parkland high school massacre will have the opportunity to address gunman Nikolas Cruz in court on Tuesday as he's sentenced to life in prison. Last month, a Florida jury rejected prosecutors'... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- New research from New York University found that public school curriculum is falling short in providing “culturally responsive” education, a blind spot that researchers believe could be failing students across the country. The study was released just days after the National Assessment... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The annual meeting of the World Bank, held throughout this week, spotlights the organization’s work to end poverty and support international development. This time around, however, the event coincides with a controversy that has elicited sharp criticism of the group’s climate policies and... Read More.
Harrisburg – The topics of invasive species prevention, fish health, and stocking fish will be discussed at a Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission meeting of the Fisheries and Hatcheries Committee tomorrow in Harrisburg. There has been a lot of recent input regarding a proposal which... Read More.
Bring on a Bring It On sequel. It's been 22 years since the 2000 cheerleading comedy came on the scene and fans still can't get enough of it. And apparently, neither can Gabrielle Union, who appeared in the classic pop culture film as Isis, the... Read More.