As the paramedics wheeled Roger Wagner into the American hospital in Vietnam, all he could hear were moans of soldiers who had lost their limbs, the cries of young men who believed they were going to die.
The head of New Hampshire's Department of Health and Human Services says the agency will continue to work with hospitals to provide timely hearings for psychiatric patients being involuntarily held in hospital emergency rooms.
A Yale University graduate is suing the Ivy League school over allegations she was wrongly removed from campus after she sought counseling for depression as school officials worried about more negative publicity following two student suicides.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mike Espy is telling a gathering of Democratic women that he's a better choice to aid women in Mississippi than Cindy Hyde-Smith, the first woman to ever represent the state in Congress.
Mississippi passed a law in 2014 to legalize a marijuana oil to be used medicinally under tightly controlled circumstances. Grace Darrow said that the law would benefit her son, Brennan Davis, 8, who has suffered from seizures since his birth.